Dr. Zornitsa Grekova

Zornitza Grekova

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. in East Asian Studies

“East Asian politics of Indonesia and China in post-Cold war East Asia” (in Bulgarian language) with academic supervisor ass.prof. Kostadin Grozev, PhD

Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria

- visiting PhD student at University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (2009-2010) with academic supervisor prof. Bart Gaens, PhD

- visiting PhD student at University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia (1.09.2010 – 30.12.2010) with academic supervisor prof. Makmur Keliat, PhD

 

Master’s Degree in Asian philosophy and culture (2009)

Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria

“The divine kingship in Ancient Egypt, Ancient India and Acient China” (in Bulgarian language) with academic supervisor prof. Alexander Fedotoff, PhD

 

Master’s Degree in EU law (2008)

Université de Nancy-2, Nancy, France (Dual degree program with Sofia University)

“The EU foreign policy from 1986 to 2007: EU in ASEM and the Barcelona process” (in French language) with academic supervisor prof. Etien Criqui, PhD

 

Master’s Degree in International Relations – EU law (2008)

Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria (Dual degree program with University Nancy-2)

 

Master’s Degree in International Relations (2006)

Sofia University “Saint Kliment Ohridski”, Sofia, Bulgaria

“Regional foreign policy of Republic of Indonesia at the end of the XXth and the beginning of XXI century” with academic supervisor prof. Hristina Mirtcheva, PhD

- minor in Arabic studies (2003-2005)

- minor in Egyptology and Assyriology (2003-2005)

 

PUBLICATIONS, RESEARCH, and CONFERENCES 

 

Publications:

1. The Judicial system of the European countries, in: The Judicial system in the European Union and in the USA, European Law Institute and USAID, Sofia, 2007, pp. 193-278. (in Bulgarian language)

2. Contemporary relations between the Republic of Korea and the Democratic Public’s Republic of Korea in the post-Cold war period, in: Korea and the World, Sofia, 2008. (in Bulgarian language)

3. Sukarno and the path to the 1965 Coup-d’état (under print) (in Bulgarian language)

4. The East Asian region as an Addressee of the EU Foreign Policy (under print) (in English language)

5. The Chinese Communist Party’s Campaigns in the Early Years of the People’s Republic of China (under print) (in Bulgarian language)

6. The Growing Participation of the People’s Republic of China in the Regional Intergovernmental Organisations in post-Cold War East Asia, in: China: traditions and continuity, Sofia 2010. (in Bulgarian language)

7. Traditions and new trends in the foreign policy of Republic of Indonesia in the post-Suharto period (under print). (in Bulgarian language)

8. The regional foreign policy of Republic of Indonesia (under print). (in Bulgarian language)

9. The bebas-aktif principle in the Indonesian foreign policy, in: SEBUMI3, 2010, ISBN: 978-983-9391-63-3, UKM, Malaysia.

10. The ASEAN Approach to Security (“The ASEAN Way”) and the security in post-Cold war East Asia – in: Bulgarian Journal of American and Transatlantic Studies,  #7/2010-12-15, http://www.jatsbulgaria.org/show.php?type=article&id=79&issue_id=7&head=9

11.  Integrative brotherhoods: ASEAN and ECOWAS in Critical Perspective, in: Towards Afro-Asian Renaissance (forthcoming, November 2011).

 

 

Presentations:

1. “The relations between the two Koreans in the post-Cold war East Asia” at the Academic conference “Korea and the World” – 29th May 2008, organised by the Sofia University and the Centre for Korean Studies in Bulgaria.

2. “Sukarno and the 1965 Coup d’état” at the Annual academic conference in Kyustendil, Bulgaria

3. “East Asia as an Addressee of the EU Foreign policy” at the International academic conference “The Addressees of the EU internal and external policy” – 26-28th September 2008, organised by the Sofia University and the Italian Cultural Centre in Sofia, Bulgaria.

4. “The rumours as source of conflict in the Moluccas” at the Academic conference “Rumours and intrigues in the world history”, Gyoletchitsa, Bulgaria, November 2008.

5. “Literature and mythology in the political mythology of PRC” at the International academic conference “Political mythology and history” (2-4 April 2009), organised by the Sofia University and the Centre of Excellence “Dialogue Europe”, Sofia, Bulgaria.

6. “The relations between PRC and the regional organisations in East Asia” at the Academic conference “China – traditions and contemporaneity” (29th May 2009), organised by the Confucius Institute in Sofia, Bulgaria. 

7. “The relations between PRC and Republic of China as relations of conflicts” at the Annual academic conference in Kyustendil, Bulgaria

8. “Nationalism and Regionalism in the Chinese and Indonesian Foreign policy in post-Cold war East Asia” at the Postgraduate Research Summer School “China Global: Nation State and Ethnicity” (21 - 24 July 2009), University of Oslo, Norway, organised by the White Rose East Asia Centre, UK, financed by the European Union Marie Curie Conferences and Training Courses and in collaboration with the Worldwide University Network (WUN).

9. “Asian Nationalism and Regionalism in post-Cold war East Asia” at the International Convention of Asia Scholars 6 (ICAS6) “Think Asia!” (6-9 August 2009), Daejeon, Republic of Korea.

10. “The Multifaceted Islam in Indonesia” at the Sofia University Summer School “Religion and Culture” (28 August-2 September 2009) in Smolyan, Bulgaria

11. “The Soviet leaders through the Eyes of Mao” at the International academic conference “Russia, Europe and the World” (28-29 September 2009), organised by the Sofia University and the Centre of Excellence “Dialogue Europe”, Sofia, Bulgaria.

12. “The ASEAN Way” at the International academic conference “Crises, conflicts and development: Multifaceted Perspectives to Security” (11-12 February 2010), Helsinki, Finland.

13. “The Path of India towards the East Asian Regionalism” – plenary session paper and PhD presentation at the International academic conference and PhD workshop “Globalising South Asia” (27-29 May 2010), Helsinki, Finland.

14. “The Third Indochina War and the failure of the Communist comradeship in East Asia” at the Annual academic conference in Kyustendil, Bulgaria, 2010.

15. “The Rise of China and the East Asian Regionalism” at the PhD Summer Institute “Asian Regional Integration” (1-8 August 2010), GIARI, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.

16. “The Bebas-Aktif Principle in the Indonesian Foreign Policy” at SEBUMI (12-14 October), Malaysia.

17. “ASEAN as a Model for Sustainable World” – plenary session paper at the International Conference 55 Bandung 55 (25-31 October 2010), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

18. “Sukarno and the ideology of NASAKOM” – PhD Conference at Sofia University (20 January 2011), Sofia, Bulgaria.

19. “Chinese minority and Indonesian presidents” at Nordic Indonesian Studies Network workshop (22-24 September 2011) Copenhagen, Denmark.

20. Relations between USA and PRC during the global crisis (2008-2011), PhD and Post-doc Conference at Sofia University (19 December 2011), Sofia, Bulgaria

 

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