The Subculture of the 1980’s and the 1990’s

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
December 06th
Auditorium, BAC

Embark on a captivating journey into the subcultures of two distinct yet enthralling periods – the 1880s and the 1990s – through an engaging lecture and concert hosted by the renowned musician and university professor, Angel Angelov-Dzhendema.

Angel Angelov – Dzhendema, PhD in philological sciences, dissertation on "Linguistic human rights and social responsibility in Europe, the Balkans and Bulgaria (For an ecolinguistic approach in the conditions of glocalization)" and is currently teaching Bulgarian language at the Faculty of Slavic Philology of the Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". Dr. Angelov is the author of books and articles in the field of sociolinguistics and chairman of the "Miladinovi Brothers" foundation, former secretary and librarian of the Macedonian Cultural House and the Macedonian Scientific Institute in Sofia and a teacher at the "Lomonosov" technical school, he also published poems and short stories.

This event is organized by AUBG History Professor Evelina Kelbetcheva and the AUBG Literature Professor Vladimir Levchev.