Tag Archives: History

The Concept of Beauty

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Georgia “Gene” Berryhill was on AUBG campus on Feb. 10 sharing her passion for photography, art and the search for beauty. Find more about it with AUBG Daily.

History, Poetry and Something More: Ilko Drenkov

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Ilko Drenkov - much more than the Hall Director of Skaptopara II.

The “Not So” Hidden Gem of Europe: Prague

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“The City of One Hundred Spires” or simply Prague.

The Movie Industry Comes to AUBG

Nikolai Akimov, Photo Credits: Ralitsa Tsoneva

Everything that I’ve learned, I’ve learned by myself."

Professor Rodrigue Broke the “History is Boring” Stereotype

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Professor John Rodrigue shed some light on one of the most significant events in English history.

Psychiatry in Communist Bulgaria

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Julian Chehirian, an American Fullbright scholar, presented his research on psychiatric practices in Communist Bulgaria.

A Day of Sightseeing in Iasi

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A short guidebook of must-visits in Iasi, Romania, based on a day of sightseeing.

New Film Studies Minor At AUBG

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Тhe Arts, Languages and Literature Department has approved a new minor in film studies.

The History of Radio AURA

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A documentary screening was organized by AUBG Documentary Movie Club and Radio Aura to honor the 22nd birthday of the radio.

History Nights: Traces from the Ottoman Era in Bulgaria

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Learn about a small library in Bulgaria, which hides a rich collection of Ottoman-era books, with translator Boris Deliradev.

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