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Dr Lyubomir Pozharliev
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstr. 9
04328 Leipzig
Germany

l_pozharliev(at)leibniz-ifl.de​​​​​​​
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-260

Dr. Lyubomir Pozharliev

Researcher

Research Area: Mobilities and Migration
Department: Regional Geography of Europe

Short CV

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At the IfL since October 2020

10/2017 – 04/2021: Research Assistant / Postdoc in the Department of History and Cultural Studies at the University of Giessen (Germany) within the DFG-funded Priority Programme "Transottomanica" (SPP 1981)

06/2018: PhD / thesis title: The Road to Socialism. Transport Infrastructure in Socialist Bulgaria and Yugoslavia (1945–1989)

10/2013 – 07/2018: Scholarship holder / PhD student at the International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC), University of Giessen (Germany). Doctorate with a dissertation on transport infrastructure in socialist Bulgaria and Yugoslavia (1945–1989)

09/2010 – 06/2012: Studies "Comparative History of Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe" at the Central European University of Budapest, Hungary (degree: Master of Arts)

03/2009 – 08/2010: Work at GfK Bulgaria, Marketing Research Institute

10/2004 – 03/2009: Studies of Sociology at the University of Sofia, Bulgaria (Degree: Bachelor)

Memberships

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Member of the International Association for Traffic, Transport and Mobility (T2M) (since 2014)

Member of the Gesellschaft für Technikgeschichte (GTG) (since 2014)

Research interests

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Cultural history of technology and infrastructure; history of Eastern and Southeastern Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries; space and mobility research; communist and totalitarian regimes; modernization theories, nationalism and identity; visual research with a focus on newsreels, propaganda and contemporary witnesses

Publications

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Journal articles

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2020)

State goals and private interests in the development of transport infrastructure in the Russian Black Sea region in the second half of the nineteenth century

In: Journal of Balkan and Black Sea studies, 3 (2020), 5, Seite 71-96

https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/download/article-file/1278003

González, Danae Gallo / Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2017)

On alterities 1968 newsreels : editorial

In: On culture : the open journal for the study of culture, 4 (2017), 11 Seiten

http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:hebis:26-opus-133860

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2017)

Newsreels from 1968 communist Bulgaria : the encompassing Us vs. the different Them

In: On culture : the open journal for the study of culture, 4 (2017), 25 Seiten

http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:hebis:26-opus-133907

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2016)

Collectivity vs. connectivity : highway peripheralization in former Yugoslavia (1940s-1980s)

In: The journal of transport history, 37 (2016), 2, Seite 194-213

https://doi.org/10.1177/0022526616667134

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2010)

Proekcii na socialnoto prostranstvo v praktikite na obživjavane na fizičeskoto prostranstvo [Проекции на социалното пространство в практиките на обживяване на физическото пространство]

In: Godišnik na Sofijskija Universitet "Sv. Kliment Ochridski" / Kniga Sociologija [Годишник на СУ "Св. Климент Охридски", Философски факултет. Книга Социология] = Annuaire de l'Université de Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski" / Livre Sociologie, 102 (2010), Seite 129-160

http://hdl.handle.net/10506/331

Marinova, Svetla / Pozharliev, Lyubomir / Vajsova, Lea (2010)

Socialni neravenstva v transformiraštoto se prostranstvo na edin postsocialističeski sofijski kvartal (slučajat Dragalevci) [Социални неравенства в трансформиращото се пространство на един постсоциалистически софийски квартал (случаят Драгалевци)]

In: Sociologičeski problemi, 42 (2010), 1-2

https://www.ceeol.com/search/article-detail?id=209421

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2006)

Ima li Ženski Bunt v Čalgata [Има ли Женски Бунт в Чалгата]

In: Godišnik na Sofijskija Universitet "Sv. Kliment Ochridski" / Kniga Sociologija [Годишник на СУ "Св. Климент Охридски", Философски факултет. Книга Социология] = Annuaire de l'Université de Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski" / Livre Sociologie, 96-98 (2006), Seite 435-443

http://hdl.handle.net/10506/1159

Book chapters

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2019)

Travma/Vina v Spomenite za "Băzroditelnija proces" [Травма/ Вина в Спомените за ‘Възродителния процес’] : strategii za Spravjane [стратегии за Справяне]

In: Nasilstvenata asimilacija na turcite v Bălgarija 1984-1989 : razmisli vărchu ideologijata, istorijata, posledicite / săstavitelstvo i redakcija Rumen Avramov [Насилствената асимилация на турците в България 1984-1989]. - Sofija : Centăr za akademični izsledvanija. - ISBN 978-954-320-686-5, Seite 168-181

González, Danae Gallo / Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2018)

Martin Luther King's assassination in Spains' NO-DOs and in Bulgaria's Kinopregledi

In: Researching newsreels : local, national, and transnational case studies / Ciara Chambers, Mats Jönsson, Roel Vande Winkel, editors. - Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, Seite 93-117

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91920-1

Monographs and edited volumes

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2019)

The road to socialism : transport infrastructure in socialist Bulgaria and Yugoslavia (1945-1989)

Göttingen, V&R Unipress GmbH. 348 Seiten

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2012)

Nationalism revived: the "revival" process in Bulgaria : memories of repression, everyday resistance and neighborhood relations 1984-1989

Budapest, Central European University. 82 Seiten

http://goya.ceu.hu/search/a?SEARCH=pozharliev&submit=Submit

Other publications

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2017)

A book made of steel: rereading the technological history of Europe's "long 20th century"

In: KULT online, 51 (2017), 5 Seiten

https://doi.org/10.22029/ko.2017.155

Pozharliev, Lyubomir (2016)

Revies of "Warten, hoffen und endlich fahren, Auto und Sozialismus in der Sowjetunion, in Rumänien und der DDR (1956-1989/91) by Luminita Gatejel"

In: The journal of transport history, 37 (2016), 2, Seite 275-277

https://doi.org/10.1177/0022526616666403g