Tag: bulgaria

Racism, Islamophobia and Decoloniality on the Balkans. Interview with Piro ...

A conversation with Piro Rexhepi about some of the key ideas and motivations driving the research for his new book 'White Enclosures' (Duke UP 2023).

“Police and law are two different things.” An interview with ...

An interview with David Correia by Stanislav Dodov about anti-police movements in the US and their relevance to the Bulgarian context.

Еpidemiology must be a mass movement

This article by Raia Apostolova looks at two historical moments from the development of epidemiology in socialist Bulgaria.

Taking stock: the struggle continues!

The struggle continues - these are our demands ahead of the protest against the violence against women, which will take place on 26 November 2018 in the Bulgarian cities of Sofia and Varna.

Solidarity messages sent to ~levfem

…so far We are thankful to all of you who sent us messages so far in response to our Call for International Solidarity with the upcoming protest against violence against women which will take place on Monday, the 26th of ...

The Struggle and the City. Introduction to dVERSIA’s 6th issue

Introduction to dVERSIA's sixth issue, published in Bulgarian in October 2016. Text by guest editors Jana Tsoneva and Pavel Yanchev.

‘Change is good for everyone!’. On the history of Varna’s ...

An article by Petar Dobrev from dVERSIA's sixth issue dealing with the history of Varna's Sea Baths and their most recent refurbishment.

In the Threshold of the Semi-actual: The Economic Migrant ...

An article by Raia Apostolova for dVERSIA's sixth issue, in which she offers a critical reappraisal of categories such as 'refugee' and 'economic migrant' and focuses especially on temporary accommodation facilities for foreigners in Bulgaria.