1 HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY (Taught in Bulgarian) Program overview: The study during the first two years of the program covers general education; training in basic scientific directions in two-term courses: Introduction to Archaeology, Mythology and Religion, Historical Knowledge, History of Bulgaria, Ancient Civilizations, Anthropology, Government and Public Management, Political Science; general education courses in the field of Humanities, Аncient, Medieval, Modern and Contemporary History. Тraining in the third and the fourth year is organized within two modules, which offer specialized classes and extracurricular educational forms thus providing for a professional qualification. Speciality and qualification: Module: History of Bulgaria, Europe and the World Specialty: History Qualification: Historian Module: Archaeology of Eurasia Specialty: Archaeology Qualification: Archaeologist Practical student training: The module "Archeology of Eurasia" includes practical training in excavation, field survey, using principles and methods of archaeology for management of collections of artifacts, practices in archaeological and historical museums as well as working in the University Laboratory of Archaeometry and Experimental Archeology. Practical training in module "History of Bulgaria, the Balkans and the world" includes thematic seminars, travel seminars, practices with archives and internships. International mobility: Within the framework of ERASMUS+ the program provides an opportunity for international student mobility at universities in UK, Belgium, Poland, Turkey, Romania and Hungary. Competence of Graduates: - Understanding the historical processes and development of societies through large scope of historical and archaeological sources from the Stone Age till Modern Times and Contemporaneity; - Ability to explore and analyze historical sources and archival documents, to interpret historical and cultural heritage monuments, to conduct archaeological field research, to analyze and publish results of fieldwork and documentary studies. Occupation and possible positions: - Graduates of module "Archeology of Eurasia" could take positions as: archaeologist; curator; museum officer; head of museum department; inspector in protection of the cultural heritage; consultant in variety of aspects concerning the European cultural heritage and the cultural tourism - Graduates of module "History of Bulgaria, Balkans and the World" are: historian, specialist in the field of historical science in state and municipal administration, media and publications.
2 Departments offering the program: Archeology History
3 FISRT YEAR First semester Required lecture courses Basic courses Mandatory course GENB 022 History of Bulgaria Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D. Compulsory elective course GENB 021 Mythology and Religion Prof. Ivan Marazov, D.Sc., Assoc. Prof. Plamen Botchkov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Theodore Lekov, Ph.D. GENB 011 Anthropology Assoc. Prof. Magdalena Elchinova, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Irena Bokova, Ph.D. GENB055 The Bulgarian Society, Prof. Rumen Daskalov, D.Sc. Practical courses OOOK056 Evolution and Archaeology Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc. OOOK081 The World in Middle Ages Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D. OOOK078 Ancient Egyptian Culture Prof. Sergei Ignatov, D.Sc. Second semester Required lecture courses Basic courses Mandatory course GENB 022 History of Bulgaria Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D. Compulsory elective course GENB 021 Mythology and Religion Prof. Ivan Marazov, D.Sc., Assoc. Prof. Plamen Botchkov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Theodore Lekov, Ph.D.
4 GENB 011 Anthropology Assoc. Prof. Magdalena Elchinova, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Irena Bokova, Ph.D. GENB055 The Bulgarian Society Prof. Rumen Daskalov, D.Sc. Practical courses OOOK136 Roman Civilization Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov Ph.D. OOOK107 Treasures of Bulgaria Assoc. Prof. Zarko Zhdrakov, Ph.D. OOOK086 Arts and Culture in Ancient Anatolia Assoc. Prof. Maya Vassileva, Ph.D. SECOND YEAR Third semester Students choose one of the free OOK classes in foreign language, 150 h, 12 credits Mandatory course GENB 020 Introduction to Archaeology Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. Compulsory elective course GENB 019 Historical Knowledge Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D., Prof. Hristo Todorov, Ph.D. GENB036 Ancient Civilizations Prof. Sergei Ignatov, D.Sc. GENB041 Theories of Transition Prof. Eugene Daynov, Ph.D. Practical courses OOOK165 The Vikings, the Ocean and the World
5 Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. OOOK112 Byzantiium, Known and Unknown Assoc. Prof. Toma Tomov, Ph.D. OOOK 166 Europe and the Bulgarian National Revival Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. OOOK101 Reading the Past Prof. Petar Dimitrov, D.Sc.. OOOK037 History of the Modern World Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D. OOOK 167 The Bulgarian in Power and in Opposition Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D. Fourth semester Mandatory course GENB 020 Introduction to Archaeology Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. Compulsory elective course GENB 019 The Historical Knowledge Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D., Prof. Hristo Todorov, Ph.D. GENB036 Ancient Civilizations Prof. Sergei Ignatov, D.Sc. GENB041 Theories of Transition Prof. Eugene Daynov, Ph.D. Practical courses OOOK013 The World in the 20 th century Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc.
6 OOOK 168 The Unknown of Bulgarian Communism Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., OOOK 169 Bulgarian Communities Abroad Assist. Prof. Zivko Lefterov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. OOOK122 Ancient Civilizations, Languages and Writing Systems Prof. Maria Kitova, Ph.D. OOOK051 Ancient Greek Culture Prof. Petar Dimitrov, D.Sc. OOOK002 Introduction to Philosophy Assoc. Prof. Yasen Zachariev, Ph.D. MODULE "ARCHAEOLOGY OF EURASIA" THIRD YEAR Fifth semester Basic courses ARHB002 Introduction to Prehistory Prof. Ivan Gatsov D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB014 Introduction to Numismatics Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D. ARHB521 Prehistory of the Middle East Prof. Ivan Gatsov D.Sc., Assist. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. ARHB523 Archaeology of Bulgarian Middle Ages Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. ARHB531 Neolithic Balkans Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB011 Classical Archaeology Assoc. Prof. lian Boianov, Ph.D.
7 ARHB619 Byzantine archaeology Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. ARHB532 Theory and Methods in Archaeology Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modules ARHB516 Seminar "Topography of Thracian Settlement Complexes" Assoc. Prof. Petar Balabanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. 3 credits ARHB541 Practice "Artifacts processing " Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. 9 credits ARHB544 Individual project "Coin Iconography Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D., 3 credits Sixth semester Basic cources ARHB604 Archaeological Documentation Assist. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB613 Construction and Architecture in Ancient Thrace Assoc. Prof. Petar Balabanov, Ph.D. ARHB637 The Copper Age in Southeast Europe Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB633 Roman Archaeology Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D., ARHB634 Archaeology of Late Antiquity Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. ARHB635 Burial Rites in Ancient Thrace of the 1 st Millenium B.C. Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D.
8 ARHB636 Thracian Archeology Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. ARHB505 Archaeology of Ancient Greece Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modules ARHB650 Practice "Archaeological Research" Assoc. Prof. Petar Balabanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boianov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D., Assist. Prof.Bogdan Athanasov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. 9 credits ARHB651 Seminar "Prehistoric Thrace" Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. 3 credits ARHB654 Seminar "Archaeologia Crass" Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D. 3 credits FOURTH YEAR Seventh semester ARHB722 The Systems of Exchange and Supply in Prehistory Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB730 The Bronze Age in Southeast Europe Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. ARHB632 The Early Iron Age in Southeast Europe Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. ARHB731 The Aegean Civilizations in the Bronze Age Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. ARHB005 The Eastern Balkans in the 1st Millenium B.C. Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. ARHB707 The Bulgarian Medieval Town Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D.
9 ARHB743 Archaeological Aspects of Roman Art Assoc. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D. ARHB748 Thracian Tomb Architecture Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modules ARHB762 Practice "Archaeological sites" Assoc. Prof. Petar Balabanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof.Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. 12 credits Eighth semester ARHB822 Archaeometric Research Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. ARHB727 Rock and Mobile Art in Prehistory Prof. Ivan Gatsov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D. ARHB839 Archaeology of Greece in the Geometric period Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D. ARHB744 Roman Architecture Assist. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D. ARHB830 Greek Colonization Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov Ph.D. ARHB832 Archaeology of the Great Migration of Peoples Period Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modes ARHB858 Practice "Field Archeological Research" Assoc. Prof. Petar Balabanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Boyan Dumanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Ilian Boyanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Petranka Nedelcheva, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Bogdan Athanassov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Uzunov, Ph.D. 18 credits
10 MODULE "HISTORY OF BULGARIA, EUROPE AND THE WORLD" THIRD YEAR Fifth semester HISB314 The Bulgarians during the th century Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. HISB501 The Roman Imperial System: Continuity and Discontinuity Assoc. Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D HISB509 Political Ideology of Byzantium Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D HISB511 Cultural Heritage in the Bulgarian Lands Assoc. Prof. Zarko Zhdrakov, Ph.D. HISB517 Religion, Politics, Personalities: From Wycliffe to Richelieu Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D. HISB536 Ethnic and Religious Communities in the Balkans Assist. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. HISB613 Reforms and Crises in the Ottoman Empire Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. HISB714 History and Its Interpreters Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modes HISB141 Seminar "History and Contemporaneity " - Part I Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D, Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. HISB532 Practice in Archives Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D, Assoc. Prof. Zarko Zhdrakov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. 90 hours, 9 credits Sxth semester
11 HISB502 Europe and the Emergence of Global History: Discoveries and Colonies Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D. HISB505 The Ethnic Origin and National Identity Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc. HISB514 The Ottoman Empire and Europe Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. HISB601 The Byzantine Empire and the Orthodox World Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D. HISB614 Conflicts, Wars and Diplomacy in Modern Europe Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D. HISB616 Art and Culture of the Renaissance Assoc. Prof. Zarko Zhdrakov, Ph.D. HISB617 Institutions of the Ottoman Empire Assoc. Prof. Svetla Ianeva, Ph.D. HISB703 The Modern Times and the Balkan Nations Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modes HISB142 Seminar "Journey to historical and cultural centers" - I part Assoc. Prof. Zarko Zhdrakov, Ph.D., Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D, Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D. HISB533 Practice in Archives Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc., Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. 90 hours, 9 credits Seventh semester HISB604 Emergence of the Modern Party Systems Prof. Roumen Genov, Ph.D.
12 HISB610 Development of the Institutional System in Bulgaria Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D. HISB704 Southeast Europe between the Two World Wars Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D. HISB708 The Great Powers and the Bulgarian National Issues Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. HISB711 The Comintern, the Soviet Union and the Balkans Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D. HISB718 Diplomatic History of Bulgaria Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. HISB719 Prohibited (Forgotten) Knowledge Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D. HISB811 International Relations in the 20 th century Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. Extracurricular learning modes HISB534 Internship Prof. Tsvetana Tcholova, Ph.D, Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. 120 hours, 12 credits Eighth semester HISB537 Bulgaria and the Balkan Status Quo Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. HISB701 The Bulgarian State and the Religious Communities Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D. HISB802 The World of Megamyths: Ideas, Societies, Institutions Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc.
13 HISB803 The Cold War Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., HISB804 The Balkans in the Bipolar World Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., HISB816 History of the Present Assoc. Prof. Vesselin Metodiev, Ph.D., Extracurricular learning modes HISB535 Internship Prof. Plamen Tzvetkov, D.Sc, Prof. Tsvetana Cholova, Ph.D, Assoc. Prof. Lachezar Stoyanov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Zhivko Lefterov, Ph.D., Assist. Prof. Dimitar Gyudurov, Ph.D. 180 hours, 18 credits
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