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A quiet afternoon at AUBG Panitza Library!
AUBG’s Balkanski Academic Center bears Minko Balkanski’s family name in recognition of the distinguished family’s support. In AUBG Professor Balkanski found a worthy partner whose values reflect his personal commitment. Professor Balkanski has been one of the biggest supporters of young scientists and talented students. This year he is deservedly nominated for Revival Leader of the Year (Будител на годината). Congratulations!
The AUBG Assistant Director of Admissions Mr. Pavel Topalov about the study opportunities at the American University in Bulgaria during the AUBG Evening in Chicago.
Dr. Diego Lucci, Professor of Philosophy and History at AUBG, gave the inaugural lecture of the 2018-19 Seminar in Jewish History at the Institute of Historical Research – IHR (School of Advanced Study, University of London) Oct. 8.
Professor Lucci’s lecture on “Judaism in John Locke and the English Deists” was attended by a number of faculty members, post-doctoral scholars and graduate students from several colleges and schools of the University of London.
This was Professor Lucci’s third visit at the IHR, where he held a seminar in 2011 and where he was a research fellow in spring 2014. Next semester, Professor Lucci will lecture at various international universities, including Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and the The University of Queensland - UQ in Brisbane, Australia.