Bulgarian places of memory, memorial celebrations in the Republic of North Macedonia and their media reflections Cover Image

Български места на памет, възпоменателни чествания в Република Северна Македония и техните медийни отражения
Bulgarian places of memory, memorial celebrations in the Republic of North Macedonia and their media reflections

Author(s): Lozanka Peycheva, Lozanka Peycheva, Lozanka Peycheva
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Christian Theology and Religion, Politics, History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Social Sciences, Theatre, Dance, Performing Arts, Language and Literature Studies, Economy, Literary Texts, Education, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Cultural history, Foreign languages learning, Psychology, Music, Photography, Architecture, Poetry, General Reference Works, Geography, Regional studies, Visual Arts, Regional Geography, Civil Law, International Law, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Archiving, Classification, Electronic information storage and retrieval, Education and training, Fiction, Applied Linguistics, Semiology, Aesthetics, Social Philosophy, Civil Society, Governance, Public Administration, Public Law, Communication studies, Sociology, Comparative history, Diplomatic history, Ethnohistory, History of ideas, Theology and Religion, Comparative Studies of Religion, Religion and science , Film / Cinema / Cinematography, Philology, Source Material, Socio-Economic Research, Sociology of Art, Sociology of Religion, Geopolitics, History of Religion, Rhetoric, History of Art, Comparative Law
Published by: Факултет по журналистика и масова комуникация, Софийски университет „Св. Кл. Охридски”
Keywords: Bulgarian places of memory; commemorative celebrations; media reflections; Northern Macedonia; Mara Buneva

Summary/Abstract: The research focuses on commemorative practices around the figure of Mara Buneva and her memorial plaque in the center of Skopje, which can be interpreted as a Bulgarian place of memory. The study tracked only online reporting of the practices, without observing the corresponding offline events. Online versions of electronic media and agencies (TV, radio, news agency websites); online media (information websites) and social ‘we-media’ (video sharing websites, blogs, social networks, etc.) were researched. The studied materials reveal the care of some communities to establish the memorial plaque as a special Bulgarian place of memory in Northern Macedonia and the efforts of other groups seeking complete amnesia and ultimate delegitimization of the past related to Mara Buneva.

  • Issue Year: 2021
  • Issue No: 10
  • Page Range: 106-127
  • Page Count: 22
  • Language: Bulgarian