Scholars and students from the faculty participate in university, national and international projects on a wide range of problems within the contemporary humanities. The following annual conferences are held traditionally: Cyril and Methodius Symposium, Symposium Slavistics, Annual Conference of the Faculty of Slavic Studies, etc.
Joint project of the Faculty of Slavic Studies and University Library. It started in 2002 and is supported by Foundation "Open Society" and UNESCO. The project introduces the works of mediaeval men of letters, and their original texts, offers a detailed description of the oldest writing systems in the Orthodox tradition accompanied by bibliographies and the comments of leading specialists.
(traditions, language, folklore of Bulgarian Paulicians from Serbian Banat)
Funded by The National Science Fund (contract № 1842/7.11.2007)
2007 – 2010
Digital Archive "Bulgarian Manuscript Book"
The Portal of Digital Archive "Bulgarian Manuscript Book" is now online. Here, you will find a source of information about the activities of the this project, about Bulgarian and Slavonic manuscripts, and about the collection they are kept in. You can contribute in this project by sending us information and pictures from the manuscripts, by participating in our forum, or by providing us with other valuable information, links or resources.
Littera et Lingua
Problems of electronic publications in the area of Slavistics (electronic magazine Littera et Lingua)
Within the interuniversity agreements the Faculty of Slavic Studies participate in programmes in cooperation with universities from Germany, Greece, Spain, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, Romania, etc.Our students specialize in Poland, Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Serbia, Croatia, Slovene, Romania, Albania and Greece. Scholars from the Faculty of Slavic Studies deliver lectures in Romania, Albania, Greece, France, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, and USA. They also participate in lectureships in Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Slovene, Croatia, India, etc.