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. XLIX, 2023, Issue 1


Editors: Vladimir Penchev, Jaroslav Otčenášek

Executive editors:Katya Mihaylova, Valentin Voskresenski, Stanoy Stanoev

Jaroslav Otčenášek. Czech Television Advertising and Folklore – Methods of Media Use of Folk Traditions


Nevena Dimitrova. Tradition and Innovation (How Folklore Culture in Czech Republic and Bulgaria Finds a New Way in the Medias during and after the 2020 Pandemic)


Eva Šipöczová. Internet Memes as Part of Political Communication and Participation on the Example of the Slovak Platform Zomri


Angelina Ilieva. Fake News – Functions and Interpretations in the Bulgarian Media Space


Fieldwork Notes

Vladimir Penchev. Festivals Referring to Tradition (Some Observations of Their Media Coverage)

Book Reviews

Jaroslav Otčenášek. The Political Joke in the Second Half of the 20th Century and Today

Ivana Srabkova. The Czech and the Slovak Traces in Bulgaria


Rayna Rozhdestvenska. International Slavic Scientific Conference “Interdisciplinary Study of Sources for Language and Spiritual Culture: Slovak-Slavic Interconnections”

In memoriam

Vladimir Penchev. A Distinguished Researcher of the Bulgarian Community in the Czech Republic Left us Forever. Miriam Moravtsová (1931–2023)

Vladimir Penchev. A Researcher of the Slovak Folklore in Bulgaria Departed This Life. Viera Gašpariková (1928–2023)

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