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DEGREE FORMATION:
• M.A. History, Sofia University, Bulgaria, 1978
• Ph.D. History, Moscow State University “V. Lomonosov”, Moscow, Soviet Union, Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of Soviet Union, 1985
• Senior research worker in the Institute for History, Foreign Policy of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of R. Bulgaria, May 1997
• Associate Professor, History of the International Relations, Varna Free University, 1997
• Professor at the Varna Free University, History of International Relations, Academy Council of Varna Free University, April 2001
• Professor of International relations, April 2007
• Dr. Habil. in economical sciences (managment and security), May 2009

 

PRESENT POSITION AND EMPLOYMENT RECORD:
• July 2000 - Head of Department of International Relations and Political Sciences”, Varna Free University
• July 2000 - Member of Faculty Council at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Varna Free University
• January 2000 - Member of Bulgarian Association for Military History
• October 1999 - Member of Professional Women Advisory Board of ?merican Bibliographical Institute (ABI)
• November 1998 - Member of Board of the Union of Bulgarian Scientists
• April 1999 - Member of the Council of Macedonian Institute, Sofia
• June 1998 - Head of Section of History, Union of Bulgarian Scientists
• November 1997 - Head of Department International Relations, Varna Free University
• June 1996 - Secretary of Bulgarian-Russian Commission for History
• 1986-1992 – Assistant in Sofia University

SPECIALIZATION:
History and Theory of International Relations; Russia, the Balkans and Eastern Question ?I? and ?? Century; Russian ?mpir?, Soviet Union and Russian Federation in International Relations- doctrine and practice.

THEACHING UNDERGRADUATE COURSES; COURSES TAUGHT AND DEVELOPED:
• History of Russia in the 19th and the Beginning 20th Century
• Diplomacy History of Bulgaria 1878-1919
• History of the International Relations
• Russia in the International Relations
• Russian Diplomacy – priority and alternatives
• Theory of International Relations

GRADUATE COURSES AND CURRENT RESEARCH:
• History of the International Relations
• Russia in the International Relations
• Foreign Policy after Cold War (conception and alternatives)
• Russian Diplomacy – priority and alternatives

THESIS AND RESEARCHES ADVISED:
• USA – from Regionalism to Globalization, Department International Relations and Political Science, Varna Free University, October 2002
• Macedonia after Cold War, Department International Relations and Political Science, Varna Free University, October 2002
• Bulgarian Orthodox Church and “National Democracy” (1944-1953). Monography of D. Kalkandieva Sofia, 2002
• Russian Orthodox Church and Soviet Power (first half of the 20th Century, Department of History, Tarnovo University (Assoc. Prof.) Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of R. Bulgaria, May 2002
• Russian Liberalism during the 80s and 90s Years the 19th Century, Department of History, Sofia University (PhD of History) Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of R. Bulgaria, March 2002
• War and Political Aspects of the Cold War until 1975, Department International Relations and Political Science, Varna Free University, February 2002
• Russian Priority in the Foreign Policy of the Russian Empire, Soviet Union and Russian Federation (comparative analysis), Department International Relations and Political Science, Varna Free University, February 2002
• USA Foreign Policy to Europe in the End 20th Century (Concepts, Priority, Alternatives), Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of R. Bulgaria, November 2001
• European Policy of Bulgaria after the Cold War – defend a dissertation, (PhD of Politology), Supreme Attestation Commission, Government of R. Bulgaria, October 2001
• Bulgarian Foreign Policy Priorities in Caucasus and Central Asia. Department International Relations and Political Science Varna Free University, October 2000

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
• Editor-in-chief of “The World between cooperation and terrorism”, Varna, 2005
• Editor-in-chief of “21th Century – Inheritance and Alternatives”, Varna, 2004
• Editor-in-chief of “Elites and Doctrines”, Varna, 2001
• Expert of the Textbook for 10 Class “Contemporary History”. Authors G. Markov, B. Marinkov, R. Kusheva, 2001
• Editor-in-chief of “20th Century – Past and Perspectives”, Varna, Volume Articles, November 2000
• Head of Department of International Relations and Political Sciences”, Varna Free University, July 2000
• Member of the Editorial Board of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Varna Free University, July 2000
• Member of Bulgarian Association for Military History, January 2000
• Member of Professional Women Advisory Board of ?merican Bibliographical Institute (ABI), Washington, USA, October 1999
• Editor of Annual Journal “Historical Archive” – Review of the Section “History” of the Union of Bulgarian Scientists, September 1999
• Member of the Editorial Board of Macedonian Institute, Sofia, April 1999
• Member of Board of the Union of Bulgarian Scientists, November 1998
• Head of Section of History, Union of Bulgarian Scientists, June 1998
• Head of Department International Relations, Varna Free University, November 1997
• Secretary of Bulgarian-Russian Commission for History, June 1996
• Expert of the Textbook for 11 Class for History of Bulgaria. Authors Al. Foull. V. Mutafchieva, R. Gavrilova 1996
• Expert of the Textbook for 9 Class “New World History”. Authors A. Pantev and B. Gavrilov. 1995
• Editor-in-chief of “The General and the Specific in the Balkan Cultures in the End 19th Century”., Sofia, 1994

LECTURES ABROAD:
• The Russian Policy in Europe and in the Balkans during the last Quarter of 19th and the Beginning of 20th Century, History faculty of the Lodz University, Poland, May 1995
• Bulgaria on the path of transition, History faculty of the Lodz University, Poland, May 1995
• The Balkan in the Russian Policy during the last Quarter of 19th Century, Moscow University “M.B. Lomonosov”, February 1997
• Bulgaria and Russia during the 80s of the 19th Century, Moscow University “M.B. Lomonosov”, November 1997.
• South-East Europe – Past and Alternatives – Faculty of Politology, University in Lodz, Poland, October 2000 ?.
• Russia and the Black Sea Region in the Twenty–first Century – Contemporary and Perspectives – Faculty Politology of the Loyola University, New Orleans, USA. November 2001
• The Condition of Women in Post-Communist Bulgaria - Faculty of Politology of the Loyola University, New Orleans, USA. November 2001
• Eastern Europe in the Cold War - Faculty of Politology of the Loyola University, New Orleans, USA. November 2001

AWARDS:
• First award for humanities of the Year 1998 of the Union of Bulgarian Scientists
• Nomination for the title Woman of the Year 1998 of ABI
• Nomination for the title Woman of the Year 2004 of ABI
• First award for social sceinces of the Year 2008 of the Union of Bulgarian Scientists

 

 
 

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