Bulgarians in the Ottoman Empire, 19th century: Concepts, structures, persons. Collected papers
Language: Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian with summaries in English


Table of contetns /summries/

V. Racheva. Introduction

O. Todorova. Bulgarian and International Historiography on Slavery in the Late Ottoman Empire: Resemblance and Divergence

D. Boteva. From Etropole to Rome and Back: About the Archives and their Misuse

I. Parvev. The Bulgarians and Central Europe in the Nineteenth Century

M. Baramova. Habsburg Trade in the Balkans as a Public Discourse, 17181740

A. Leontyeva. The Ottoman Rear during the War of 17351739 (According the to Data from a Country Town Sicil)

I. Rusev. The Modern Commercial Terminology in the Bulgarian Space during the National Revival  from Foreign Influence to a Bulgarian Style

I. Naydenov. The Puliev Family from Karlovo in Bulgarian Historiography: Between the Syndrome of Historiographical Scarcity and Underestimation

A. Zlatanov. Unpublished Memoirs about Michał Czajkowski  Sadık Pasha

V. Racheva. The Bulgarians in the Ottoman Empire, the Reforms and the Russian Imperial Policy, or How in the Mid-1840s Monk Became a Politician

M. Jagodić. Puyo’s Revolt from 1849 in the Sancak of Vidin

A. Chankova. Russian Policy of Influence over Bulgarians in the Period after the Crimean War (18521856). Following the Example of One Teacher

O. Mazhdrakova. Montenegro and the Bulgarians: A Beginning of Bilateral Interest and Relations (18531861)

A. Kirilova. Dorotey, Bishop of Vratsa and Metropolitan Bishop of Sofia – A Bulgarian Archpastor in the Hierarchy of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and in the Bulgarian Ecclesiastical Struggles

S. Krasteva. A Ferman for the Construction of the “Holy Trinity” Church in the Village of Koshava, Vidim Region

N. Manolova. Orphan Fund in the Town of Tran (18721875)

O. Dubovik. The Eastern Crisis (18751878) in Stefan Stambolov’s Perceptions

M. Kiprovska. Power and Society in Pleven on the Verge of Two Epochs:the Fate of the Mihaloğlu Family and its Pious Foundations (waqf) during the Transitional Period from Imperial to National Governance

G. Atanasova. Pleven on the Brink of the Epochs (18641885) Traced through a Biographical Sketch

H. Berov. Social profiles of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs in Bulgaria in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century

D. Grigorov. “Your Voice is My Voice. Do not Forget It!” Ottoman Influences on Kemal Atatürk’s Cult of Personality

The Authors

Българите в османската империя, XIX век: Понятия, структури, личности

Publisher St. Kliment Ohridski University Press
Language Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian with summaries in English
Pages 502
Illustrations b/w and color figures
Binding hardback
ISBN 978-954-07-4352-3
Creation date 2017
Size 16 х 24 cm

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