Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Institute of History

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Institute of History

Kindly supported by the

Hungarian Institute of Culture – Sofia



Bulgarian and Hungarian Historiography at the End of the 20th

and in the Beginning of the 21st Century.

(Achievements, Striking a Balance, Contact Research Fields)


27-29 October 2005


Institute of History – BAS




27 October 2005, Thursday


17:30 – 19:30

Seminar: Genealogy in Bulgaria and in Hungary. Past, Present and Future.
Lecturers: Attila PANDULA and Antoaneta ZAPRJANOVA


28 October, Friday

9:30 – 9:45





Chair: Valery STOJANOW


9:45 – 10:00


MOLNÁR Antal (Institute of History, HAS)
The Beginnings of the Bosnian Franciscan Mission in Bulgaria. About some Unknown Letters of Petar Zlojutrič for the Rome Inquisition (1604-1613).


10:00 – 10:15


SPISSAREVSKA, Ioanna (Institute of History, BAS)
Blasius Kleiner’s Archivum Tripartitum. Sources and Publications.


10:15 – 10:30


BÚR, Márta (Institute of Balkan Stidies, BAS)
Sources for Supporting of Christian Communities in Central and South-East Europe in the 16th-18th C.


10:30 – 10:45


MOLNÁR Monika (Institute of Habsburg History)
The Recent Results of Hungarian Investigations of the History of Ottoman Empire.


10:45 – 11:00


PARVEVA, Stefka (Institute of History, BAS)
New Documents about Agrarian History of the Balkans during the 17th-18th C.


11:00 – 11:15


Coffee Break





11:15 – 11:30


RESS Imre (Institute of History, HAS)
Béni Kállay and the Bulgarian Studies in the 19th C.


11:30 – 11:45


HORNJAK Árpád (Pécz University)
The Balkan Federation (1866–1948).


11:45 – 12:00


STOYANOVA, Vanya – GREBENAROV, Alexander (Institute of History, BAS)
Historiographic Problems on the Macedonian Question: Two Viewpoints (History and Politics)


12:00 – 12:15


DEMETER Gábor (Debrecen University)
Criticism and Adjudication of Bulgaria’s Role in 1912–1923 Regarding the Interests of the
Monarchy in the Balkans – in the Press and Literature (Pass and Present).


12:15 – 12:30


SERES Attila (Institute of History, HAS)
A Hungarian Centre for Bulgarian Studies: the History of the Institute of Balkans (1941–1948).


12:30 – 12:45


ZLATEVA, Ana (Institute of History, BAS)
“Lending a Helping Hand beyond Borders”. Hungarian Donors for Bulgaria between 1915
and 1918 in the 20th-21st Century Bulgarian Historiography.


12:45 – 13:00




13:00 – 14:00





Chair: Attila SERES


14:00 – 14:15


MARCHEVA, Iliana (Institute of History, BAS)
The Research in Social and Economic History of Socialism in Bulgaria. Basic Topics, Problems and Perspectives.


14:15 – 14:30


HORVÁTH Sándor (Institute of History, HAS)
Socialist Cities and Everyday Life. Comparative Perspective (Dimitrovgrad, Stalingrad, Stalinstadt)


14:30 – 14:45


MIGEV, Vladimir (Institute of History, BAS)
The Reflection of the 1950–Hungarian Revolution in Bulgaria.


14:45 – 15:00


PANDULA Attila (Budapest University)
Bulgarian–Hungarian Exchange of Orders and Decorations (1919–1945).


15:00 – 15:30


ZAPRJANOVA, Antoaneta (Institute of History, BAS)
Bulgarian Phaleristics after World War II.


15:30 – 15:45


Coffee Break



Chair: Márta BÚR


15:45 – 16:00


VENEDIKOVA, Ekaterina (Institute of History, BAS)
Arabicwritten Epigraphy.


16:00 – 16:10


NJAGULOV, Blagovest (Institute of History, BAS)
The Historiography in Bulgaria between Continuity and Change: a Research and an Inquire.


16:10 – 16:20


PEYKOVSKA, Penka (Institute of History, BAS)
Bulgarian Scholars Researching Hungarian History.


16:20 – 16:40


SZONDY György – PAVLOV, Plamen – JANEV, Jordan :
Presenting A bolgárok rovid története (Napkut, 2005).


16:40 – 17:00


Presenting Books published by the International Center for Minority Studies and International Relations.


17:00 – 18:00


Closing Discussion




Participants are invited to a glass of wine at the Hungarian Institute of Culture (Aksakov Str., 6).




                                    29 October, Saturday


9:00 – 18:00

Excursion to Plovdiv and the Bachkovo Monastery, organized by the Hungarian Institute of Culture – Sofia (only for the Hungarian participants)
Sightseeing Sofia/Vitosha-park.