IV: Academic Cultures in the Interwar BSR

Milena Angelova and Sergii Glebov, eds. 2022. Academic Cultures between Dependencies and Independencies in the Interwar Black Sea Region. Blagoevgrad: Blagoevgrad University Press.

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Sergii Glebov – Preface

Kristina Popova – The Concept of the “Two Sciences” in the Soviet Science Politics and its Implementations

Irada Baghirova – Azerbaijan Science during the Great Terror in the 1930s and the 1940s

Stefanos Kordosis – Tracks of Knowledge across Time and along the Black Sea Shores. The Case of Vasílios Vatátzis’ History of Nadir Shah (Persica)

Iliya Nedin – Keeping Identity and Nationhood through Ethnography during the Interwar Period of Soviet Era: the Case of Armenia

Ilko Drenkov – Intellectuals of the Macedonian Liberation Movement in the Foreign Office Documents (1919-1941)

Manuchar Loria and Tamaz Phutkaradze – Ethno-Cultural Aspects of Soviet Cinematography through the Prism of Soviet Ideology in the 1930s

Marijana Piskova – The Movies that were expected to take off the Chador from the Face of the “Exotic East”. The Cinema of Transcaucasia in the 1920s and 1930s

Shamil Rahmanzade – “Elimination” of Illiteracy among Women in Soviet Azerbaijan in the 1920s and 1930s as a Part of Soviet Literacy Politics

Anastasiya Pashova and Petar Vodenicharov – The Movement for New Education in the Interwar Period. Women’s Access to Science and Culture

Biljana Ristovka-Josifovska – Emerging of Institutional Structures in the Interwar Period as Predecessors of the Macedonian Academic Institutions. The Role of Emigration Communities in the Exchange of Knowledge

Maria Mateoniu-Micu – Romanian National Museums in the First Part of the 20th Century: Between Western Influences and Local Particularities

Milena Angelova – The “Model Village” Program, Agrarian Sociology and Transformation of the Peasantry in Bulgaria: International Patterns and National Specifics (1920s-1940s)

Markus Wien – Transfer of Technology and Ideology. The Role of German Know-How and the Nazi Agrarian Ideology in the Bulgarian “Model Farm” Program