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AUBG Faculty Bibliography: Sardamov, Ivelin

Ivelin Sardamov

Associate Professor (PE)

Office: BAC 321

Phone: +359 73 888 495



Sardamov, I. (2017). Mental penguins the neverending education crisis and the false promise of the information age. (1st ed.). John Hunt Publishing. 

Sardamov, I., & Phillips, R. (2011). Power and liberty in the modern state: А reader (1st ed.). Paradigma.

Book Chapter

Sardamov, I. (1996). Mandate of history: Serbian national identity and ethnic conflict in the former Yugoslavia. In J. C. Micgiel (Ed.), State and nation building in East Central Europe: Contemporary perspectives (pp. 17-37). Columbia University.

Journal Articles

Sardamov, I. (2015). Out of touch: The analytic misconstrual of social knowledge. Critical Review, 27(1), 89-126.

Sardamov, I. (2012). From bio-power to neuropolitics: Stepping beyond Foucault. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 16(2), 123-137.

Sardamov, I. (2007). Burnt into the brain: Towards a redefinition of political culture. Democratization, 14(3), 407-24.

Sardamov, I. (2007). Liberal learning in the age of audiovisual pollution. Peer Review, 9(1), 22-23.

Sardamov, I. (2007). Social preconditions for corruption in Southeastern Europe. Administracja Publiczna, 9(1), 77-89.

Sardamov, I. (2005). Civil society and the limits of democratic assistance. Government and Opposition, 40(3), 379-402.

Sardamov, I. (2001). Austrian maps and Bulgarian territorial claims. National Identities, 3(2), 187-89.

Sardamov, I. (1999). Combatants de la cause nationale: Ethnicité et génocide dans les Balkans. Balkanologie, 3(2), 7-22.

Sardamov, I. (1997). Identity's role in the Serbo-Croatian conflict. Peace Review, 9(4), 461-67.

Sardamov, I. (1996). Modern dilemma: Detribalization or ethnic intolerance? Michigan Journal of Political Science, 21, 107-30.

Sardamov, I. (1996). The Turks of Bulgaria: Karpat's excursion into nationalist rhetoric. Nationalities Paper, 24(4), 743-45.

Book Review

Sardamov, I. (1998). [Review of the book Triumph of the lack of will: International diplomacy and the Yugoslav war, by James Gow]. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 4(4), 133-34.