Issue XLIII (2019), 2

Articles: 

XVI International Congress of Slavists, 20–27 August 2018, Belgrade
Plenary Report
  • Svetlina Nikolova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Contemporary Cyrillo-Methodian Studies in Europe – Directions, Results, Perspectives, p. 3–18. PDF

Thematic panel: The Translated Literature of the Slavic Middle Ages,
22 August 2018
  • Svetlina Nikolova (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Translated Literature of the Slavic Middle Ages, p. 19–22. PDF
  • Klimentina Ivanova, Tsvetomira Danova (Sofia, Bulgaria). An Attempt at Systematization of Rhetoric Traditions in the South-Slavonic Calendar Collections (On the Basis of the Contents of the Balkan Triodion Panegyrika), p. 23–46. PDF
  • Marco Scarpa (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Oldest Slavic Manuscript Tradition of the Ascetic-Monastic Works of Gregory Sinaites in the 14th Century, p. 47–66. PDF
  • Tatyana Pentkovskaya (Moscow, Russia). Muscovite Translations of Biblical Texts from Polish in the Second Half of the 17th Century: at the Junction of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period, p. 67–74. PDF
Survey and book reviews: 
  • Maria Yovcheva (Sofia, Bulgaria). Professor Georgi Popov at 75, p. 75–81. PDF
  • Marzanna Kuczyñska (Poznañ, Poland). Prof. Klimentina Ivanova in “Krakowsko-Wileńskie Studia Slawistyczne”, p. 82–85. PDF
    Klimentina Ivanova. Rakopisi. Avtori. Tvorbi (= Krakowsko-Wileńskie studia slawistyczne. T. 14). Kraków, 2018, 564 s.
  • Barbara Haggh-Huglo (College Park, USA). The Earliest Music Book of Eastern Christianity, p. 86–94. PDF
    Svetlana Kujumdzieva. The Hymnographic Book of Tropologion. Sources, Liturgy, and Chant Repertory. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK 2018. IX + 184 p.
  • Veselka Zhelyazkova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Nations without books are naked, p. 95–104. PDF