The Bulgarian Society for British Studies (BSBS) and the Bulgarian-American Studies Association (BASA) are pleased to host a joint annual conference on
TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS IN A CHANGING CULTURAL CONTEXT in Varna, Bulgaria,
on 22-24 October 2004.
What is happening in, and to, the ‘North Atlantic area’? Are the Old World and the New World linguistically and culturally converging, or are they drifting apart? What are the relationships, contrasts, similarities, conflicts or complementary developments that shape the civilization(s) on both sides of the Atlantic? Are there illuminating transatlantic phenomena to indicate where the modern world is heading? Perspectives from, but not necessarily limited to, linguistics, cultural studies, anthropology, literary criticism and theory, history, sociology and political science are welcome.
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