Critique & Humanism | 41 | 2013 | People and Civil Society as Resources of Democracy
Issue editor: Boyan Znepolski
Special issue, 2013, pp.300, ISSN:0861-1718
Discussion I: How could collective mobilizations help us better understand and reform our society?
public discussion with the participation of Ivaylo Ditchev, Mariya Ivancheva, Meglena Kuneva
Sofia, 9 February 2012
Discussion II: Why do we protest against ACTA?
public discussion with the participation of Ivaylo Dinev, Georgi Zahariev, Svetoslav Malinov, Nadege Ragaru, Antonyi Todorov
Sofia, 23 February 2012
Discussion III: Civic protests: Media images, ideological biases
public discussion with the participation of Petya Kabakchieva, Veselin Stoynev, Boyan Znepolski
Sofia, 8 March 2012
Discussion IV: Legitimacy of civic protests? Solidarity with civic protests?
public discussion with the participation of Petya Lazarova, Daniel Smilov
Sofia, 22 March 2012
Discussion V: Bulgarian education: The role of protests, the paths of reforms
public discussion with the participation of Anastas Guerdjikov, Alexander Kertin, Lyutvi Mestan, Tania Petrova
Sofia, 4 April 2012
Discussion VI: In defense of immigration, against immigration
public discussion with the participation of Svetla Encheva, Anna Krasteva, Zvezda Vankova
Sofia, 20 June 2012
Introduction to Counter-democracy: Politics in an Age of Distrust
Après les nouveaux mouvements sociaux (After the new social movements
The unbearable lightness of politics
Trust the People! Populism and the Two Faces of Democracy
Populism: What’s in a name?
Why nationalism is omnipresent, pluralistic and still a danger?
Voting for Party “Ataka” in Bulgaria. Reshaping the symbolic boundaries after socialism
Teachers, economists and private individuals or how did the market capture our imagination
an analysis of the mass strike of Bulgarian school teachers in 2007
On the movement against the implementation of the technology “hydraulic fracturing” in Bulgaria
on the ecological protests in the autumn and winter of 2011-2012
Occupy “Orlov Most”: The structural transformations of the public sphere
On the ecological protests in June 2012