Ivaylo Naydenov

Member of CEHR

History teacher (9-12 Grade)

at 32 Secondary Language School “St. Kliment Ohridski”,

Sofia

 

Assistant Professor

at the Institute for Historical Studies ,

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Section “Bulgarians, the Ottoman empire and Europe”

 

Phone: 0888398636
E-mail: ivo_ngdek@abv.bg

History teacher (9-12 Grade) at 32 Secondary Language School “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia
April 2018 – Assistant Professor at the Institute for Historical Studies , Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Section “Bulgarians, the Ottoman empire and Europe”

Education
A PhD fellowship at the University of Sofia, Department of Bulgarian history (February 2013 – February 2017). Thesis defense – June 2017
Thesis title: ” Pulievi’s entrepreneurial activity between tradition and modernity ( Commercial practices and strategies during the Bulgarian National Revival Period)”
Supervisor: Prof. Plamen Mitev

An MA at the University of Sofia (Department of Bulgarian history (2010 – 2012) thesis title: “Trade and socio-political activity of Krustich brothers from Svishtov as an example of the modernization in the Balkans during the “long” 19th Century ”
Supervisor: Associate professor Plamen Mitev

A BA in History at Sofia University, Faculty of History (2006-2010)

Specialization: The Bulgarian people under ottoman rule (15th – 19th Century)

Secondary education: National High School for Ancient Languages and Cultures “St. Constantine Cyril Philosopher” (September 2001 – May 2006)

Work experience: history teacher (9-12 Grade) (September 2011 – till now) at 32 Secondary Language School “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia
April 2018 – Assistant Professor at the Institute for Historical Studies , Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Section “Bulgarians, the Ottoman empire and Europe”

Languages: English; Modern and Ancient Greek, Old Church Slavonic

Research interests:
Bulgarian National Revival Period (18th -19th Century) – economic and social history (trade, merchants, commercial houses, social/mercantile networks; crafts, artisanal production; socio-cultural aspects of the Bulgarian entrepreneurship – merchants as subscribers of books and their role as local distributors of newspapers and periodicals )

Conferences, seminars and public lectures:
Participation in 12 scientific events (conferences, seminars and public lectures at Sofia University, South-West University Neofit Rilski – Blagoevgrad, Institute of Balkan Studies and Centre of Thracology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the University of Economics in Varna). An author of 9 articles (published or under press) related to the PhD thesis.

List of publications:

Pulievi’ Subscription activity during the Revival period. – History , 2014, 6, 626-647.

Pulievi’s entrepreneurial activity between tradition and modernity (1839-1853). – In: Conference Proceedings from seminar on “INITIAL STUDIES ON ECONOMIC HISTORY AND THE HISTORY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC IN SOUTHWEST BULGARIA”, Blagoevgrad, 2014, 228-249.

The Puliev Family during the Bulgarian Revival period: its genealogy and economic activity. – Genealogia, 2015, 1-2, 182-204.

Mercantile Networks and Contacts: Pulievi’s Example (1830s-1860s). – Conference Proceedings from seminar on “STUDIES ON ECONOMIC HISTORY AND THE HISTORY OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC IN SOUTHWEST BULGARIA”, Blagoevgrad, 2015, 230-253.

The scope of the Pulievi’s activity in the Stara Planina region (30s – 60s. of the XIX century.). – Proceedings of the Regional Historical Museum in Gabrovo, Gabrovo, Volume 3, 2015, 130-146.

Ivan Todorov Puliev (Goran) between historiographical insufficiency, underestimation, and stigma.- History , 2016, 3, 231-252.

The Merchant Network of the Puliev Family in the First Half of the 19th Century)”. – Etudes balkaniques, 2016, 2, 265-281. Abstract

In the world of the Revival merchants Pulievi: entrepreneurial practices, mercantile ethics and mentality. (Under press in a conference proceedings from a doctoral conference )

Artisanal production in the Bulgarian lands through the eyes of the brothers Pulievi (30s – 60s of the 19 c.). – In: Proceedings of Centre for Economic History Research, Volume 1. The Urban Economy in the Bulgarian Lands through the Ages. Varna, 2016, 2016, 235-253. See online

Commercial Entrepreneurship during the Bulgarian National Revival Period: the Case of Pulievi Brothers (1839-1868). See

The Puliev family from Karlovo in Bulgarian historiography: between the syndrome of historiographical scarcity and underestimation.

The role of institutions in the entrepreneurial activity of Pulievi brothers (1839-1868). In: Proceedings of CEHR, Vol.3, 2018, 258-269

Commercial entrepreneurship during the Bulgarian Rational Revival period: the case of Pulievi brothers (1839- 1868). – AU NORD ET AU SUD DU DANUBE/NORTH AND SOUTH OF THE DANUBE: Dynamiques politiques, sociales et religieuses dans le passe/ political, social and religious aspects of the past. Sous la direction de/ edited by Snezhana Rakova et Gheorghe Lazar. Muzeul Brailei “Carol I”/ Editura istros. Braila, 2018, 133-150 (UNDER PRESS)

The economic life of the Bulgarians in the 19th century, reflected in the documentary heritage of the Pulievi brothers and their relatives Georgievi. – Historical Review, 2018, 2, 35-65

Prerequisites for the emergence and factors of the entrepreneurial elite’s activity during the Bulgarian National Revival period (introductory remarks). – History, 2019, 2, 134-150