Tag Archives: European studies

Polanyi’s Prophesy: The Promise and The Perils of The Market

Steliyana Yordanova

Learn more about prof. Ivelin Sardamov's new book "Polanyi's Prophesy: The Promise and The Perils of The Market".

AUBG Professors’ Reading Habits Vol. 3

Old Books

Find out prof. Phillips and prof. Dalakov's reading preferences and their recommendations.

Honors Convocation Vol. 24


AUBG students were recognized for their outstanding achievements during the annual Honors Convocation.

A Comradeship for a Professor’s Legacy: ABF’s Communist Posters


A temporary or a permanent communist poster exhibition of the late Dr. Cosmina Tanasoiu? Find the answer with AUBG Daily.

EUROPEAN RE-UNION: Changing the Post-War Idea of United Europe


A discussion on the future of the European Union was held on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at AUBG.

Do We Still Share the Values or Just the Name?


The Dutch Ambassador to Bulgaria, His Excellency Mr. Tom J.M. van Oorschot, arrived on the AUBG campus to discuss the current presidency of the Netherlands over the Council of the European Union.

Exploring Extracurricular Brussels

The Atomium.
Photo is a courtesy of Indira Urazova

Find out how an academic trip can be combined with a memorable tourist experience.

A Weekend in the EU: MEU Blagoevgrad


The first ever Model European Union conference was held on campus this past weekend.

AUBG Students Explore Brussels


The EU Lobbying class at AUBG went on a four-day trip to Brussels during the fall break. Learn more about their experience with AUBG Daily.

Owl in Style


Start the new semester with some freshy-fresh freshman style !

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