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24 May - Day of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture and of Slavic literature

May 19, 2021

On the occasion of 24 May - Day of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture and of Slavic literature, Panitza library would like to suggest you some e-books on the topic.

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books.

1. Besters-Dilger, J., Dermarkar, C., Pfänder, Rabus, A. (2014). Congruence in contact-induced language lhange : language families, typological resemblance, and perceived similarity. De Gruyter.

2. Clancy, S. J. (2010). The Chain of Being and Having in Slavic. John Benjamins Publishing Co. 

3. Daskalov, R. (2004). Making of a nation in the Balkans. Central European University Press.

4. Duijzings, G. (Ed.). (2013). Global villages : Rural and urban transformations in contemporary Bulgaria. Anthem Press.

5. Garbolevsky, E. (2011). The conformists : Creativity and decadence in the Bulgarian cinema 1945-89. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

6. Kor, C. I. (Ed.). (2013). Current studies in Slavic linguistics. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

7. Kortlandt, Frederik (2011). Selected writings on Slavic and general linguistics. Rodopi.

8. Leafgren, J. (2002). Degrees of explicitness : information structure and the packaging of Bulgarian subjects and objectsJ. Benjamins.

9. Marinow, K., Leszka, M. J., Genova, L., Majer, M., Mękarski, A., & Zytka, M. (2018). The Bulgarian state in 927-969 : The epoch of tsar Peter I: Vol. 1st English edition. Łódź University Press.

10. Mladenova, O. (2007). Definiteness in Bulgarian : Modelling the processes of language change. De Gruyter Mouton.

11. Nicolova, R. (2017). Bulgarian grammarFrank & Timme.  

12. Stepanov, T. (2010). The Bulgars and the steppe empire in the early Middle Ages : The problem of the others. Brill.

Check our Libguide on the topic.

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