Rhetoric and Communications Journal – Special Issue 27

Editor’s words

Prof. PhD Maria Stoicheva – Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

Prof. Doc. Hab. Ivanka Mavrodieva – Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. E-mail: mavrodieva@phls.uni-sofia.bg

Assist. prof. PhD NikolinaTsvetkova – Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. E-mail: ntsvetkova@phls.uni-sofia.bg

Communication, Internet Communication and Netizens

Ronda Hauben – Considerations on the Significance of the Net and the Netizens*

Ronda Hauben is a researcher. She is a journalist and a blog columnist taz.de/netizenblog. Ronda Hauben is interested in the impact of the Internet and netizens on society. https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/Netizens%3A+On+the+History+and+Impact+of+Usenet+and+the+Internet-p-9780818677069

Ronda uses the term “netizen journalism.”

Michael Hauben and Ronda Hauben introduced the term “netizen”.

http://c250.columbia.edu/c250_celebrates/your_columbians/michael_hauben.html

For more information see https://re-publica.com/en/session/celebrate-20th-anniversary-netizens-history-and-impact-usenet-and-internet

E-mail: ronda.netizen@gmail.com

 

Ronda Hauben – Ban Ki-moon’s Idea of Leadership or the Candlelight Model for More Democracy?

Ronda Hauben is a researcher. She is a journalist and a blog columnist taz.de/netizenblog. Ronda Hauben is interested in the impact of the Internet and netizens on society. https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/Netizens%3A+On+the+History+and+Impact+of+Usenet+and+the+Internet-p-9780818677069

Ronda uses the term “netizen journalism.”

Michael Hauben and Ronda Hauben introduced the term “netizen”.

http://c250.columbia.edu/c250_celebrates/your_columbians/michael_hauben.html

For more information see https://re-publica.com/en/session/celebrate-20th-anniversary-netizens-history-and-impact-usenet-and-internet

E-mail: ronda.netizen@gmail.com

Introduction

Maria Stoicheva – Political, cultural and linguistic challenges of European identity– Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”

Dr. Maria Stoicheva is a Full Professor at the Department of European Studies. Prior to that, she taught at the Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology. She is the Director of the Master’s Programme “European Projects” at the Department of European Studies since its beginning. Maria Stoicheva was Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy at Sofia University in charge of research, international relations and projects (https://jmonnetmst.wordpress.com/). E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

Articles

            Gilles Rouet – Boundaries and identities

            Gilles Rouet is a professor of History and Management of Education since 2000 at the University of Reims-Champagne-Ardenne. He is a professor at Matej Bel University since 2007. Gilles Rouet holds an “Ad personam” Jean Monnet Chair since 2009. He is attaché for the academic and scientific cooperation at the Embassy of France in Bulgaria. Gilles Rouet is PhD in History. E-mail: gilles.rouet@gmail.com

            Galina Rousseva-Sokolova Europe, seen from India

Galina Rousseva-Sokolova is a lecturer at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” (Indian philology and language). She is Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Classical and Modern Philology.  E-mail: sokol@techno-link.com

Essays

  1. Robin Laurène – Identity proof mobility. Reflection on identity change in the context of Erasmus mobility

Robin Laurène is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

  1. Georgi Dragomanov – The (lack of) participation in the European elections 2014 in Bulgaria – a matter of inherent political culture or a systematic failure?

Georgi Dragomanov is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

  1. Franzi Prost – Termpaper European Identity: Analyzing the European Identity and commenting Habermas’ paper on “Why Europe needs a constitution”

Franzi Prost is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

  1. Louise Toulotte – Independence and globalization

Louise Toulotte is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

  1. Maximilian L. Berkenheide – The concept of European Identity in: “February 15, or What Binds Europeans Together: A Plea for a Common Foreign Policy, Beginning in the Core of Europe” by Jurgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida

Maximilian L. Berkenheide is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

  1. Iveta Trifonova – Spanish identity: the Catalan case of personal identification

Iveta Trifonova is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

  1. Marta Siurek Global, national and ethnic identities European identity empty conception or possible dream?

Marta Siurek is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

  1. Ralena Gerasimova – Religious identity in Bulgaria during the communist regime.
    The case of Orthodox Christianity and Islam

Ralena Gerasimova is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

  1. Anna Angelova – Looking into Bulgaria from the outside: the so-called “stereotypes”. Can we trust them?

Anna Angelova is a student in the course which is a part of the framework of the Jean Monnet Network European identity, culture, exchanges and multilingualism (the fall semester of 2016-2017). See the introduction written my Maria Stoicheva, Jean Monnet Chair. E-mail: stojchevap@phls.uni-sofia.bg

 

Сп. „Реторика и комуникации“, брой 27, март 2017 г., http://rhetoric.bg/

Rhetoric and Communications Journal, Issue 27, March 2017, http://journal.rhetoric.bg/