The Sociology of Emotions: Basic Theoretical Arguments
Historical Research on the Self and Emotions
Emotions, identity, literature and national mythology: Bidirectional bonds
The emotions in the poetry of the Bulgarian National Revival: Implicated and explicated publicity
On the banks of the Danube
National Revival Anger and Satisfaction about a Political Principle, Or: How did the Bulgarians Experience the Establishment of Their Early State Borders?
La traduction comme miroir du rapport à l’identité nationale et à l’altérité en France et en Bulgarie
Social identity and social action in Wales: The role of group emotions
Emotional content and politics of national identity
The Use of Emotions: Glimpses from the Bulgarian Texts, 18th-mid-19th century
Dramatic/Dramaturgic Passions and Medieval Bulgaria
Religion and national identity - a fading relationship?
Between Pride and Shame
The significance of emotions in Bulgarian historical film
Education in History and Emotions
Sites of memory: debates and myths
Invented emotions and practical reason
Invented emotions and practical reason
Once more on the Porosity of the Walls between the Identities
Emotional uses of the past The National Revival Period as Golden Age
Judas’ treachery figure of memory
Emotional responses to the Bulgarian Question: the case of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem
The ill-fated library of the Catholic University of Louvain
Lieux de memoire: Bulgaria and Serbia
Trauma and heroism
Easter in Alexandria
Penelope Delta’s Fairy Tale and the Secrets of the Macedonian Struggle
Self reflection: Image of Europe in Turkish school books