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Поредица »Софийски диалози«
Sofia Dialogues Series

Publishing House: Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société (Sofia)
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Frequency: irregular and other
Status: Active

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  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2015
  • 2016
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Short Description

The Sofia Dialogues International Forum, launched in 1996, is held on annual basis. Each year the Forum is oriented around an influential social science scholar and the themes elaborated by him or her. The Forum’s thematic policy is developed in close cooperation with EHESS (Paris). Institutionally, the Forum is the product of trilateral Bulgarian-French-German academic cooperation, but researchers from other countries in Western Europe, the Balkans and North America are also invited to participate. The Forum is held in Sofia and its popularity among university lecturers and students, representatives of the public sector and the media is really considerable, attracting specialized audience of some 300 to 400 persons every year. It not only introduces major, internationally established figures into the Bulgarian academic and public community but also provokes academic debates on their research and methodology in variable sociocultural and geographic context. All this has won Sofia Dialogues the reputation of one of the most significant initiatives in the field, and its popularity transcends the boundaries of Bulgaria. The Sofia Dialogues Series contains the papers and lectures presented under the Sofia Dialogues Forum, as well as monographs and selected volumes by authors whose work is being debated among the invited scholars. The published works are all in Bulgarian.