Bulgarian Folklore
Journal of Folkloristics, Ethnology, Anthropology and Arts

Published by the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum
at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Bulgarian Folklore

Vol. XLVIII, 2022, Issue 4


Editor: Lina Gergova

Executive editor: Valentina Ganeva-Raycheva

Lina Gergova. Submerged Heritage, Lost Places and Landscapes of Memory


Grigor Har. Grigorov. Bulgarian Dams. Policies of Naming


Petar Petrov. Uncertainty during the Displacement and Resettlement from a Dammed Valley


Olga Belova. The Tsimlyansk Sea in the Narratives of the Inhabitants of the Submerged (Relocated) Stanitsi


Georgi Georgiev. Life with the River: an Example from the Village of Draganovo


Lozanka Peycheva, Ventsislav Dimov. “Yovkovtsi Dam Is a Real Treasure”: the Memories of a Hydro Engineer


Iryna Koval-Fuchylo. “Our Moved Cemeteries”: The Concept of a Cemetery in the Narratives about Forced Resettlement



Stanoy Stanoev. Verbal Transformations, Folkloric Expressions. A Collection of Articles in Honour of the Anniversary of Assoc. Prof PhD. Stoyanka Boyadzieva. Ed. by Vihra Baeva, Valentina Ganeva-Raycheva, Vihra Barova, Mariyanka Borisova, Nikolai Vukov. Sofia: Prof Marin Drinov Publishing House of BAS, 2022

Valentina Ganeva-Raycheva. Lozanka Peycheva, Bozhidar Alexiev, Valentin Voskresenski, Elena Alexandrova, Lina Gergova, Mariyanka Borisova, Nikolay Vukov, Stefan Dechev, Tanya Matanova, Yana Gergova. Construction of Bulgarian National Cultural Heritage Abroad. Sofia: IEFSEM – BAS, ‘Paradigma’ PH, 2022

In memoriam

Bozhidar Aleksiev. Prof. D. Sc. Tsvetana Georgieva (1937‒2022)

Content of Bulgarian Folklore Journal, Volume XLVIІІ, 2022

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