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Eldarov, S., Katolistite v Balgaria, 1878-1989 (Les catholiques en Bulgarie), Sofia : IMIR, 2002.

Evstatiev, S. and Makariev P., ‘Islam and Religious education in Bulgaria : Local tradition vis-à-vis Global Change’, in Jorgen S. Nielsen (ed.), Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol. 2, Leiden : Brill, 2010, p. 635–661.

Georgieva, Ts., ‘La culture bulgare entre islam et chrétienté : Une culture de mélange’ in J. Bonnet and A. Carenini (eds.), Frontières visibles et invisibles : L’Europe de régions ou des aires culturelles. 2e Atelier PACT-Eurethno, Strasbourg : Conseil de l’Europe, 1991, vol.2, p. 215-222.

Gruev, M. and Kalyonski A., Vazroditelniyat protses : Myusyulmanskite obshtnosti i komunisticheskiya rezhim (Le “processus de renaissance" : les communautés musulmanes et le régime communiste), Sofia : CIELA, 2008.

Gruev, M., Mezhdu petolachkata i polumesetsa : Balgraskite myusyulmani i politicheskia regime (1944–1959) (Between the Five-pointed Star and the Crescent : The Bulgarian Muslims and the Political Regime, 1944-1953), Sofia : IK “Kota,” 2003.

Kalkandjieva, D., “Approaches to Religious Education in Post-Communist Bulgaria” in Culture Dialogue and Civil Consciousness : Religious dimensions of the intercultural education, Tbilisi : CIPDD, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2010, p. 51-62.

Kalkandjieva, D., “Bulgarian Orthodoxy and the European Court of Human Rights : The Case of Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church (Metropolitan Inokentiy” in Evert van der Zweerde, Alfons Brüning (eds.) Orthodox Christianity and Human Rights, Leuven : Peeters, 2012, p. 315-334.

Kalkandjieva, D.‚ ‘Religion und Wohlfahrtsstaat in Bulgarien’, in Karl Gabriel, Hans-Richard Reuter, Andreas Kruschat und Stefan Leibold (Hg.), Religion und Wohlfahrtsstaatlichkeit in Europa, Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2013, s. 27-55.

Kalkandjieva, D. ‘The Bulgarian Orthodox Church’ in L. Leustean (ed.), Eastern Christianity and the Cold War, London, New York : Routledge, 2010, p. 76-95.

Kalkandjieva, D. ‘The Consent of State and the Blessing of Church : A Case Study on the New Bulgarian Denominations Act’, Romanian Journal of Political Science, 2006, 6 (2), p. 101-114.

Kalkandjieva, D., Balgarskata pravoslavna tsarkva i darzhavata, 1944-1953 (The Bulgarian Orthodox Church and the State, 1944-1953), Sofia : Albatros, 1997.

Kalkandjieva, D., ‘‘Secular Orthodox Christianity’ versus ‘Religious Islam’ in Postcommunist Bulgaria’, Religion, State and Society, 2008, 36 (4), p. 423–434.

Kanev, K. and Cohen E., ‘Religious Freedom in Bulgaria’, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, vol. XXXVI, 1999, 1-2, p. 243-263.

Krasteva, A., Les Bulgares musulmans, une identité crucifiée, Cahiers Balkaniques, 1998, 25, p. 27-39.

Mancheva, M., ‘Image and Policy : The Case of Turks and Pomaks in Inter-war Bulgaria, 1918-44 (with special reference to education)’, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 2001, 12 (3), p. 355–374.

Metodiev, M., Mezhdu vyarata i kompromisa : Balgarskata pravoslavna tsarkva I komunistiqeskata darzhava (1944-1989 g.) (Between faith and compromise : The Bulgarian Orthodox Church and the Communist State, 1944-1989), Sofia : CIELA, 2010.

Peteva, J., ‘The Legal Status of Church and Religion in the Republic of Bulgaria’, in F. Messner (ed.), The Status of Religious Confessions of the States Applying for Membership to the European Union, Giufre Editore, Milano, 2002, p. 223-250.

Petkoff, P., ‘Church-state relations under the Bulgarian Denominations Act 2002 : Religious pluralism and established Church’, Religion, State and Society, 2005, 33 (4), p. 315- 337.

Petkoff, P., ‘Freedom of religion or belief in the jurisprudence of the Bulgarian Constitutional Court’, Religion, State and Society, 2008, 36 (3), p. 225- 250.

Petkoff, P., ‘Religion and the Secular State in Bulgaria’ in Martínez-Torrón, J. and W. Cole Durham, Jr., Religion and the Secular State / La religion et l’État laïque (Interim National Reports / Rapports Nationaux Intermédiaires issued for the occasion of The XVIIIth International Congress of Comparative Law / Le XVIIIe Congrès international de droit comparé), Provo, Utah : The International Center for Law and Religious Studies, Brigham Young University, 2010, p. 145-182.

Petkoff Peter, "Freedom of Religion or Belief at the Worplace – Legal Framework and Current Legal. Developments in Bulgaria” in RODRÍGUEZ BLANCO Miguel (ed.), Law and religion in the workplace, Proceedings of the XXVIIth annual conference of the European Consortium for Church and State Research, Alcalá de Henares, 12-15 November 2015, Granada, Comares, December 2016, p. 107-116.

Yalamov, I., “The ‘renaming’ : Consequences and how to overcome them”, in Ekaterina Popova and Marko Hajdinjak (eds), Forced Ethnic Migrations in the Balkans : Consequences and Rebuilding of Societies. Conference Proceedings 22-23 February 2005 (Sofia : IMIR and Meiji University, 2006), p.105-116.

Zankow, S., 1939. ‘Balgarskata pravoslavna tsarkva ot Osvobozhdenieto do nashi dni’ (The Bulgarian Orthodox Church from the Liberation to nowadays), Godishnik ha Sofiyski Universitet – Бogoslovski Fakultet (Annual Book of Sofia University – Theological Faculty), 1938/1939, vol. XVI, Sofia University Press, p. 1-399.

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