Monday, February 25 | 7:30 p.m. | Center for Business 111

MSUM will present a free public talk entitled “Bulgarian Archaeology: A Century in Review,” by Ivan Vasilev, an adjunct professor at New Bulgaria University and founder and CEO of the Balkan Heritage Foundation, Monday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m. in the Center for Business 111.

Vasilev’s research interests include medieval Balkan archaeology and history; medieval studies; architecture and arts of the Christian East; neolithization of the Balkans; and management of cultural heritage.

The Balkan Heritage Foundation’s mission is to support the protection, conservation, management and promotion of cultural and historical (both tangible and intangible) heritage of Southeastern Europe as a precondition for sustainable development of the region.

Sponsored by MSUM’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences; History, Languages, Critical Race & Women’s Studies Department; and the School of Art. 

Ivan Vasilev to speak on Bulgarian Archaeology: A Century in Review.