Borders and Crossings

Broj 2 - Godina 10 - 04/2020

Autori

Nadezhda Georgieva-Stankova, Trakia University, Bulgaria

nadyageorgieva@yahoo.com

Nadezhda Georgieva-Stankova I was born in 1974. In 2007 I completed my doctoral education at the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR), Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (IFiS). I defended a dissertation on the topic: "Reconfiguring Ethnic Identity: Romani Ethnogenesis and Cultural Emancipation in the Contemporary Context of Bulgarian Society." Previously, I have also completed MA degrees in Culture and Society at Lancaster University/Central European University (CEU), Department of Sociology (Warsaw, 2002) and the University of Veliko Turnovo (English Philology and British Cultural Studies, 1998). My academic interests include ethnicity, race, gender, nationalism, identity construction, mass media and globalization. I have taught graduate and undergraduate courses in English, cultural studies and mass media at Veliko Turnovo University and Warsaw University, as well as a course on The Roma in Central and Eastern Europe at CEU as Professor Slawomir Kapralksi's assistant. I am currently Chief Assistant Professor at Trakia University (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria) and teach undergraduate courses in economic sociology. Some of my recent publications include: Eliaeson S. and Georgieva, N. (eds.) (2010) New Europe: Growth to Limits? Bardwell Press, Georgieva, N. (2010) "The Role of Myth in Contemporary Processes of Cultural Emancipation of the Bulgarian Roma," Studia Romologica, 2010/3 Tarnow, Poland and Georgieva, N. "Language and Identity: Minority Language Policy, Turkish Soap Operas and Language in the Bulgarian Mediascape" in Pascale, Celine-Marie (ed). Inequality & The Politics of Representation: A Global Landscape. Thousand Oaks: Pine Forge/Sage Publications (forthcoming).

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