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Ivayla Stoeva

Department of Political Science, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria

Ivayla Stoeva
From 7 May 2017 to 14 May 2017, Secialization Divided Societies: Memory Wars , Croatia
From 2012 to 2016, Doctorate in Political Science , Bugaria
From 1999 to 2007, Master in Law , Bulgaria
From 2005 to 2006, Master in Economics (European Integration) , Bugaria
From 1998 to 2002, Bachelor in International Relations , Bulgaria
Work Experiences
From 2008 to 2019, Assistant Professor , University of National and World Economy, Bulgaria
From 2010 , Member of the governing body , Albano-Bulgarian Association, Bulgaria
From 2004 to 2006, XX Century Political Thought - Lessons for Bulgaria
From 2005 to 2006, National and European Identity in the Context of the Treaty establishing Constitution for Europe
From 2009 to 2011, Political sciences in UNWE facing the Business
From 2010 to 2011, The Political Science as Academic Discipline and Science in Bulgaria: State, Problems, Perspectives
From 2010 to 2013, New Forms of Political Participation
From 2014 to 2015, What knowledge of Politics do the students ofEconomics need at the UNWE?
From 2016 to 2017, Raising the INterest to the Political Sciences ot the UNWE
Journal Articles
Stoeva, I. (2018) The resurgence of populism in Europe, In: Economic Alternatives, UNWE. Under publication.
Tsakova, I. & Stoeva, I. (2018) Civic education at school in postdemocracy, In: Research papers at UNWE, T.2, UNWE, pp. 13-51.
Stoeva, I. (2018) New European Nationalism – years ofdemagogy, In: International Relations, No 2,pp. 63-72.
Stoeva, I. (2017) Europe – the enemy within, In: Political horizons, No 5, 2017, pp. 44-52.
Stoeva, I. (2009) Identity conflicts on the Balkans, In: Universum Journal. Revistë shkencore, No 3, pp. 183-188.
Stoeva, I. (2008) Construction of European identity – myth or reality? In: International relations, No 2, pp. 15-24.
Conference Papers
Stoeva, I. (2018) EU civic education, In: Global challenges of contemporary issues, Lardy Publishing House, Paris, pp.146-150.
Stoeva, I. (2018) Government in times of populism, In: Problems of modern science, Fadette editions Namur, Belgium, pp. 147-151.
Stoeva, I. (2018) Civic education in the EU: European dimensions and national specifics, In: Europe on crossroad. Western Balkans”, Veliko Tarnovo, pp. 146-157.
Stoeva, I. (2017) Demagogue aspects of the patriotic/nationalistic discourse in European Bulgaria, Sofia, pp. 239-248.
Stoeva, I. (2017) Education for “Good citizens”, In: Raising the interest to the political science at the UNWE, Sofia, pp.135-142.
Stoeva, I. (2017) Just Europe on several speeds, In: Moral and ethics of Justice in the contemporary Bulgarian society, Sofia, pp.80-87.
Stoeva, I. (2016) The refugee crisis and the new European nationalism, In: The Geostrategic situation and refugee waves – between the aggression and humanism, Sofia, pp. 171-178.
Stoeva, I. (2016) New dilemmas facing the EU, In: The Political Science facing the Global and National Challenges in XXI century, Sofia, pp. 140-145.
Stoeva, I. (2016) New dilemmas facing the EU, In: The Political Science facing the Global and National Challenges in XXI century, Sofia, pp. 140-145.
Stoeva, I. (2015) The political parties between the tradition and necessity of change (conclusions for Bulgaria), In: What knowledge of politics do the students of economics need at the UNWE?, Sofia, pp. 120-130.
Stoeva, I. (2014) Europe of the elite vs. Europe of the citizens, In: EU at a crossroad, Sofia, pp. 77-86.
Stoeva, I. (2011) The Economic and Social Council in Bulgaria – European model of mediation between the interests of the organized civic society and the state, In: Political sciences at UNWE facing the Business, Sofia, pp. 191-201.
Stoeva, I. (2010) Trust in the Euro institutions – a possibility for the Bulgarian democracy and the Bulgarians, In: The Bulgarian democracy in XXI century, Veliko Tarnovo, pp. 250-255.
Stoeva, I. (2007) Instruments for preserving the Bulgarian cultural identity on the cultural market, In: The Bulgarian culture between state and market, Sofia, p.188-191.
Stoeva, I. (2006) Crisis of the Bulgarian national identity – risk or challenge?, In: XX century political thought – lessons for Bulgaria, Sofia, pp. 300-305.
Stoeva, I. (2006) Identity politics, In: XX century political thought, UNWE, Sofia.
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