ДепартаментПолитически науки

гл. ас. д-р Кирил Аврамов

гл. ас. д-р Кирил Аврамов



Департамент: Политически науки

Телефон: 0877 730 959

E-mail: k.avramov@nbu.bg

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Професионална автобиография:

Education

04/2008 – Ph.D., Political Science, University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Dissertation thesis:”Success strategies of the Bulgarian Economic Elite 1990-2001”.
Regular course (awarded state scholarship for the whole duration of the study).
Academic adviser: Assoc. Prof. Alexander Tomov
Dissertation defended with unanimous vote at public defence procedure (cum laude).

08/2005-2006 – Doctoral Support Program (DSP) at the Department of Political Science.
Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Hungary.
Recipient of full tuition scholarship from the University.
Academic adviser: Prof. Nenad Dimitrijevic.

2004- M.A., Jewish Studies / Problems of the Middle East.
Studies in progress (in final stages before thesis submission).
New Bulgarian University, (NBU), Sofia, Bulgaria.
Academic adviser: Assoc. Prof. Mira Mayer.

2001-02- M.A., Diplomacy & International Relations.
Department of Political Science, New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Thesis: “The Epidemic Infectious Disease as an Element of
the Stability of the International Security”
Academic adviser: Dr. Ivan Nachev.
Thesis defended cum laude.

1995-99- B.A., Political Science, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, (MN), U.S.A.
Department of Political Science, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, (MN)
Thesis:”NATO Enlargement in Eastern Europe
– Political and Strategic Consequences”.
Count Folke Bernadotte Memorial Scholarship recipient.
Academic Adviser: Prof. Richard Leitch.

1997/8 – Academic exchange year at the University of Aberdeen.
Departments of Political Science and Economics.
Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom.


Academic affiliation

06/2005 – 10/2010 – Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science.
University of Sofia. Sofia, Bulgaria.

10/2004 – present – Lecturer at the Department of Political Science
New Bulgarian University. Sofia, Bulgaria.

10/2002 – present – Teaching Assistant at the Department of Political Science.
New Bulgarian University. Sofia, Bulgaria.


Teaching Experience

10/2002 – present – Teaching assistant in Political Economy.
Second year BA students at University of Sofia.

3/2003 – 10 /2010 – Teaching assistant in International Political Economy.
Third year BA students at the University of Sofia.

10/2004 – 06/2006 – Teaching assistant in Political systems.
Second year BA students at New Bulgarian University.

3/2005 – 06/2005 – Teaching assistant in Globalization and economic development.
First year MA students at New Bulgarian University.


Публикации:

Publications

Kostova, D., Avramov, K. “Political Science in Bulgaria: Legacy of Discontinuity”, in Eisfeld, Rainer / Pal, Leslie (Eds.), Political Science in Central-East Europe. Diversity and Convergence. Barbara Budrich Verlag. June, 2010.

Mayer, M., Avramov, K. “The Bulgarian Public about Racism and anti-Semitism in 1937 and 2006” (in Bulgarian), in Notebooks of Political Science Department of New Bulgarian University, 2008.

Mayer, M., Avramov, K. “Analysis of elites’ sentiment about Racism and anti-Semitism in 2006”, (in Bulgarian), in Notebooks of Political Science Department of New Bulgarian University, 2008.

Avramov, K. “Post-socialist economic elites in transition through the prism of Political Economy”, (in Bulgarian) in Anniversary Yearbook, 20 Years of Bulgarian Political Science, University of Sofia Press, 2006.

Avramov, K. “Spray Can Politics: Strengthening Party Identity in Post-Socialist Sofia”. Eastbound Journal, 2006 /1 vol.

Avramov, K. “The Bulgarian 'Nationally Responsible Capital' on the eve of EU integration" in Gyorgy Lengyel (ed.), Cohesion and Division of Economic Elites in Central and Eastern Europe Workshop Proceedings, Budapest 4-5 Sept. 2004, Corvinus University, Centre for Empirical and Social Research, reprinted in

Avramov, Kiril Alioshev, "The Bulgarian 'Nationally Responsible Capital' on the eve of EU integration". Historia Actual On-Line, 6 (2005), ISSN: 1696-2060. University of Cadiz (Spain).