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Women and the Canon: the Measure which Is Not One

16 January, 2013 от · No comments

Milena Kirova, Ph.D. Photo: “Bagryana and Slovenia” Translated from Bulgarian by Ralitsa Muharska Bulgarian literary history is a well developed scholarly area with traditions going back to the late 19th century. What it still lacks, though, is a comprehensive systematic History of women’s literature. Of course, one could easily claim that the work of women […]

Breeding Inequality: Gender Identities in Bulgarian Advertising

26 March, 2012 от · 3 comments

Prof. Dr. Milena Kirova Translated by: Ralitsa Muharska Photo: Fran Tapia Ads are among the most visible acquisitions of public life in Bulgaria after 1989. They are “like air and water” to the “democratic” Bulgarian: they mostly go unnoticed, but are experienced as an indispensable part of our social habitus. Ads are always-present – all […]