HSEM110 Самостоятелна работа: Етническа принадлежност и национално строителство в Югоизточна Европа
COURSE ANNOTATION AND AIMS:
Individual work aims to deepen knowledge on a particular topic. Understanding the details and the details of the historical event or issue.
Create interest in the research and creation of basic skills for performing in.
Topics are chosen by the student and agreed with the teacher. They are related to the issues of the course HISE105 Ethnic Origin and National Identity in in South Eastern Europe.
проф. Румен Генов д-р
проф. Цветанка Чолова д-р
доц. Светла Янева д-р
Описание на курса:
After completing successfully this course the students will:
After completing the course students will have a basic knowledge about the origins and present state of the Southeastern European nations and about what is unique and what is universal of the nation building in the region.
2)are capable of:
Students will be also capable of a critical approach to a number of scholarly interpretations and theories, usually considered as axiomatic truths.
Students should have the following knowledge and/or skills:
English language proficiency
Background in Humanities or related field
Форми на провеждане:
Език, на който се води курса:
Теми, които се разглеждат в курса:
Course Syllabus (THEMATIC PLAN)
1.Ethnicity and Nation: World, European and Balkan Aspects.
2.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Albanians.
3.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Greeks.
4.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Romanians.
5.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Bulgarians.
6.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Hungarians.
7.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Slovenes.
8.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Serbs.
9.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Croats.
10.Ethnic Origin and National Identity of the Turks.
11.The Montenegrin Case.
12.The Macedonian Case.
13.The Moldovan Case.
Литература по темите:
Crampton, R.J. Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century (London and New York: Routledge, 1994)
Jelavich, B. History of the Balkans. Vols.1-2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983)
Fine, John V. A. The Early Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Sixth to the Late Twelfth Century. University of Michigan Press, 1991
Fine, John V. A. The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest University of Michigan Press, 1994
Tzvetkov, Pl.S. A History of the Balkans: A Regional Overview from a Bulgarian Perspective. Vols.1-2 (San Francisco: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1993)
Средства за оценяване:
SHARE (IN OF THE VARIOUS FORMS OF EVALUATION IN THE FINAL GRADE
FORMS OF EVALUATION CURRENT CONTROL COMBINED EVALUATION FINAL EXAM
COURSE WORK 80% 80% 80%
consultation with professor 20%