Shtelian Dimitrov Shterionov

Personal data:

14.04.1960 ă. Sozopol

Phone: 979 30 30

e-mail: shterionov@yahoo.com

Academic career

Education

1984 – MA - Faculty of History at Veliko Tarnovo University "Kiril i Metodij", Bulgaria

1993 PhD thesis: “The Marine Economy of the Southern Bulgarian Black Sea during the Revival” scientific adviser Prof. DSc, PhD Velko Tonev

 

Employment

1984-1989 – Teacher

1989-1997 – Curator in the Regional Historical Museum - Kyustendil

1997-2001 – Research associate in the research group in the Regional Historical Museum - Kyustendil

1998-2003 – Scientific secretary in the research group in the Regional Historical Museum - Kyustendil

2001-2003 – Associate professor in the research group in the Regional Historical Museum - Kyustendil

2003 – Associate professor in the Center for Population Studies in BAS (continue)

2006 – Head of the Research unit “Economic and Historical Demography” (continue)

Academic qualifications

Scientific degree and titles

1993 – PhD

2001 – Associate Professor

2007 – DSc thesis: “The Greeks on the Bulgarian Lands in the Period 18th – 19th Century (up to 1878)”

 

Memberships in scientific organisations and associations

2003-up to now Member of the Scientific Council of CPS, BAS

2004-up to now Member of the National Commission of Marine History, BAS

 

Memberships in editorial Boards and publishers Scientific

2005 ă. – Member of the editorial board of the Studia Pontica

 

Specialisations abroad

1992-1993 – specialisation assignment at the Aristotel University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

1999-2000 – specialisation assignment at the IKI, Greece.

 

Participation in joint research projects

1994: The UNESCO program for researching the traditional shipbuilding and shipping on the East Mediterranean Seaside

1998: The Aristotel University of Thessaloniki research program IANE

Research program “Marine History of Bulgaria”, financed by the National fund for scientific researches (2003);

Research project: “The Greeks in Bulgaria”, financed by the commission for the minorities (2003);

Research project: “Greeks Old Printed Books from the Rila, financed by the Aristotel University of Thessaloniki, Greece (2003);

Research project: “Greeks Documents in the Bulgarian Archives, financed by the Aristotel University of Thessaloniki, Greece (2003);

Research project: “The Traditional Marine Culture and the Cult of St. Nikola”, financed by the Varna Free University “Chernorizetz Hrabar” (2004);

Research project: The Christian heritage in the Rhodope – churches and monasteries”, financed by the FAR, Historical Museum Smolyan and IMHA Thessaloniki, Greece (2004)

Research project: “Monasteries between the river Struma and the river Maritza”, financed by the scientific research group from Athos Mountain, Greece (2006)

Scientific research project of CPS - BAS: “The Greeks on the Bulgarian Lands in the Period 18th – 19th Century (up to 1878). Historical Demographical Review” (2003-2005);

Scientific research project of CPS - BAS: “The Migrations of the Greeks Inhabited Bulgarian Lands in the Period 18th – 19th Century (up to 1878)” (2006-2008).

Scientific research project of CPS - BAS (joint with research associate PhD Daniela Angelova): “Introduction in Historical Demography of the Bulgarian Lands during the Revival” (2008-2010).

 

Professional interests

- History of the Bulgarian Lands during the Revival;

- Historical demography;
- Economic history;
- Marine history and traditional marine culture;

 

Teaching activities

2002-2003 – University courseHistorical Demography in the Philology-Historical Department of the Plovdiv University.

 

Language skills

Greek, Russian, English

PUBLICATIONS

Monographs:

1. The Southern Black Sea seaside during the Renaissance (economical-historical characteristic). S., 1999, 232 p. (in Bulgarian).

2. The Greeks on the Bulgarian Lands in the period 18th-19th century (up to 1878) (Historical Demographic review). S., 2008, 624 p., (in Bulgarian).

3. Migration of the Greek Population Inhabited Bulgarian Lands during the 18th and 19th Centuries (till 1878). S., 2009, (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

4. Co-authorship with A. Djonev in: Documents for Bulgarians in Macedonia condition at the beginning of 20th century. Kjustendil, 2001, 216 p. (in Bulgarian).

5. Co-authorship with K. Porozhanov, I. Prokopov. Maritime Traditional Folk Culture of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast Population. S., 2009, (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

6. Co-authorship, editing, preface, notes and appendix in the first Bulgarian edition of the K. Papaioanidis bookThe History of the Apolonia Pontiks Sozopol (from the beginning till today”. S., 2004, 206 p. (in Bulgarian).

7. Co-authorship with G. Mihova and M. Belcheva in compose and editing of the symposiumThe European Future of the Bulgaria and the Development of the Population. S., 2005, 494 p., (in Bulgarian).

8. Co-authorship in: Shipbuilding and Ships in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 18th and 19th centuries. Athens, 1995, 146 p. (in Greek) .

9. Σ.Ζιώγου-Καραστεργίου, Σ.Βαχάρογλου, Δ.Πολίτης, Β.Φόυκας, Β.Καραστέργιος, Δ.Στεριόνοφ. Ελληνικά βιβλία και μεταφράσεις «θύραθεν παιδείας» στη Βιβλιοθήκη της Μονής Ρίλας. Πνευματικές σχέσεις Ελλήνων και Βουλγάρων κατά το 18ο και 19ο αι. Tessaloniki, 2006, 470 p. (in Greek).

10. I Voreoanatoliki akti tis Trakis kata ton 18 kai 19 eona. Tessaloniki. (In the press), (in Greek).

 

Papers and articles:

1. The Shipbuilding and the Navigation on the Southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast from the Middle of the 18th up to the Middle of the 19th Century Students Researches, Veliko Tarnovo (VT), 1984, pp. 23-57 (in Bulgarian).

2. Harbours and Harbour Installations along our South Black Sea Coast during the Period from mid. 18th to mid. 19th century. – Proceeding of the National Museum of History, vol. V˛˛˛, S., 1989, pp. 107-121 (in Bulgarian).

3. To the Problem of the Historical and Ethnographical Characteristics of the Village Garlyano. – Proceeding of the Museum of History Kyustendil (PMHK), vol. 2, Kyustendil, 1990, pp. 93-101 (in Bulgarian).

4. The Place of Millery in the Economic Structure of Dolno selo Parish during the End of the 19th Century to the Twenties of the 20th Century. – PMHK, vol. 3, Kyustendil, 1991, pp. 115-133 (in Bulgarian).

5. Shipbuilding on our Southern Black Sea Cost during the National Revival Period.Historical Review, 6, 1992, pp. 44-60 (in Bulgarian).

6. Essence and Peculiarity of the Traditional Marine Culture – Folk-art of the Balkan Peninsula – Tradition and Present, Troyan, 1994, pp. 33-35 (in Bulgarian).

7. The Trade the Southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast during the Revival. Bulgarian Historical Review, 1994, 3, pp. 47-76 (in Russian).

8. Demographic dimensions of the economy attitude on the Southern Black Sea seaside during the Renaissance - The notion for "The Other one" on the Balkans. S., 1995, p.107-113 (in Bulgarian).

9. The Fishery on the Southern Bulgarian Black Sea during the Renaissance - Bulgarian Ethnology, 1995, 4, pp. 84-99 (in Bulgarian).

10. The Traditional Shipbuilding Process on Southern Bulgarian Black Sea. - Bulgarian Ethnology, 1996, 2, pp. 78-90 (in Bulgarian).

11. For the question about the ethnical basis of the political and cultural attitude on the Southern Black Sea seaside during the Renaissance - The other one in history. Kjustendil, 1996, p.45-53 (in Bulgarian).

12. Emigrations from the 30ths years of XIX century and their effect on the historical development of the southern Bulgarian Black Sea seaside. – Bulgarians in the North Black Sea seaside. vol.V, V. Tarnovo (VT), 1996, p.263-273 (in Bulgarian).

13. The Common Levant Aspects in the Technology and in the Typology of the Traditional Shipbuilding on Southern Bulgarian Black Sea during the Revival. - Bulgarian Ethnology, 1997, 3-4, pp. 157-177 (in Bulgarian).

14. The Marine Trade Relations between the Southern Bulgarian Black Sea and the Northern Black Sea Coast during the 19th Century. Bulgarians in the North Black Sea seaside. vol.VI, VT, 1997, pp. 217-231 (in Bulgarian).

15. On the Question of some of the Preconditions for the Struggle about the Independent Church. – The Culture, the Church and the Revolution   during the Revival, Sliven 1998, pp. 212-216 (in Bulgarian).

16. To the Question of the Ecclesiastical Taxation of Kamenitsa during the Fifties of the 19th century. – PMHK, vol. 5, Kyustendil, 1998, pp. 219-229 (in Bulgarian).

17. For some of the premises of the Greek education in the Southeast Bulgarian territories during the Renaissance. Blagoevgrad Historical Museum Bulletin (BHMB), vol.I, Blagoevgrad, 1999, pp. 33-40 (in Bulgarian).

18. Greek ethnical society in Kjustendil in XIX century (in the period of liberation) and its place in the economical structure of the region. Kjustendil Historian Museum Bulletin (KHMB), supplement I, Kjustendil, 2000, p.28-36 (in Bulgarian).

19. The Development of Shipbuilding and the Origin of Capitalistic Relations in the region of the Southern Black Sea coast during the Renaissance. – Works of the Scientific Group Museum of History Kyustendil (WSGMHK), vol. ˛, Kyustendil, 2001, pp. 51-61 (in Bulgarian).

20. General Levantine Dimensions of the Maritime Traditional Culture along Our Southern Black Sea coast during the Enlightment. – In: Year Book of the Department of Art in Southwestern University “Neofit Rilski”, vol. I, Culture and the Challenges of the New Century, Blagoevgrad, 2001, pp. 216-219 (in Bulgarian).

21. Greek documents on Church Taxation in the area from the middle of the 19th century – PMHK, vol. 6, Kyustendil, 2002, pp. 263-273 (in Bulgarian).

22. The Greek Ethnical Presence in the Region of Dupnitza and Samokov during the Renaissance. – WSGMHK, vol. I˛, Kyustendil, 2002, pp. 59-71 (in Bulgarian).

23. Two Unpublished Renaissance Manuscripts from the Kjustendil Historian Museum’s Fund. – PMHK, vol. 7, Kyustendil, 2003, pp. 85-91 (in Bulgarian).

24. Contradictions in Greek and Bulgarian Historiography about the Greek Ethnical Presence in Bulgarian Lands during the Bulgarian Renaissance. – Population, 2003, No. 1-2, pp.98-123 (in Bulgarian).

25. The Greek Ethnical Presence in Nevrokop-Gorna Djoymaya Region during the National Revival. – In: Doino Doinov – 75 years science, wisdom and dignity collected in one live. Symposium in Honour of prof. D. Doinov, S., 2004, pp. 199-209 (in Bulgarian).

26. Bulgaria’s census questionnaires after the liberation from Ottoman domination. – Population, 2004, No. 1-2, pp. 114-129 (in Bulgarian).

27. The Greeks in the town Melnik in Bulgarian national revival – demographic movement. – PMHK, vol. 10, Kyustendil, 2005, pp. 415-425 (in Bulgarian).

28. The Greek Ethnical Presence in Pazrdjik Region during the Renaissance. – Population, 2005, No. 1-2, pp. 170-185 (in Bulgarian).

29. The Greek Ethnical Presence in Haskovo Region during the National Revival. – Scientific researches of Plovdiv University “Paisii Hilendarski” (History), vol. 1, 1, 2006, pp. 323-333 (in Bulgarian).

30. Historical Demography of the Bulgarian Lands during the Revival – Problems and Tasks. – In: Historical Science in Bulgaria – Status and Perspectives. Institute of History at BAS, S., 2006, pp. 226-240 (in Bulgarian).

31. The Greeks in the region of Veliko Tarnovo during the Revival. – Population, 2006, No. 1-2, pp. 166-191 (in Bulgarian).

32. On the Question for the Demographical State of Vratza in the Second Half of the 19th Century. – History, Patriotism, dondr. Vratza, 2006, pp. 50-66 (in Bulgarian).

33. Co-authorship with I. Gavazki, D. Angelova. Some aspects of the retrospective forecast and its place in history – demographical researches in Bulgarian lands through the renaissance. – Population, 2006, No. 3-4, pp.19-29 (in Bulgarian).

34. Territorial Orientation of the Migration Movements of the Greek Population Inhabited Bulgarian Black Sea during the Revival. – In: XII Pont’s readings. History of the road. Black Sea between East and West. Varna, 2007, pp. 256-266 (in Bulgarian).

35. Territorial orientation of the migration movements of the Greek population inhabited Bulgarian lands during 18th 19th centuries. – Population, 2008, No. 1-2, pp. 118-144 (in Bulgarian).

36. The Greeks in Northern Bulgarian Black Sea during the Revival. WSGMHK, vol. I˛I, Kyustendil, (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

37. The Demographical Development of the Bulgaria in the period 1919-1944. – History of Bulgaria, vol. IX (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

38. Territorial Orientation of the Migration Movements of the Greek Population Inhabited Southwestern Bulgarian Lands during 18th - 19th centuries (up to 1878). – PMHK, vol. 15, Kyustendil, (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

39. Quantitative Methods in Studying the Ethnical Structure in Bulgarian Lands during the 19th Century (up to 1878). – XIII Kyustendil readings. Ethnic and co-existence in the European History. Kyustendil, 2006 (in the press), (in Bulgarian).

40. Az ujjaszuletes-kori bolgar teruleteken elt dorodok demografiajanak problemai a bolgar tortenetirasban (Allapotrajz es perspektiva). – In: Nations and Minorities in Central and Southeastern Europe / Nemzetek es kisebbsegek Kozep- es Delkelet-Europaban. S., 2007, pp. 56-61 (in Hungarian).

41. Demographic dimensions of the Greek ethnic community in Plovdiv during the Renaissance. – Θεσσαλονίκη και Φιλιππούπολη σε παράλληλους δρόμους: Ιστορία, Τέχνη, Κοινωνία (18ος – 20ος αιώνας), Θεσσαλονίκη, 2000, pp. 139-163. (in Bulgarian).

42. Ναυπηγικά κέντρα στην νότια Βουλγαρική Μαυροθάλασσα κατά τον 18ο και 19ο αιώνα. – Shipbuilding and Ships in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 18th and 19th centuries. Chios, 1999, pp. 97-103 (in Greek).

43. Γενικά μεσογειακά στοιχεία στην παραδοσιακή βαλκανική ναυπηγική τεχνολογία κατά τον 18ο και 19ο αιώνα. – Πρώτες ύλες και Τεχνολογία από τους Προϊστορικούς χρόνους ως σήμερα. Θάσος, 1999, pp. 433-439 (in Greek).

44. Demographic Dimensions of Greek Education in the Bulgaria of the 18th and 19th Centuries. – Education in the Balkans: From the Enlightenment to the Founding of the Nation-States. Thessaloniki, 2000, pp. 297-314.

45. Η ελληνική παρουσία. – Ιστορικά, Ελευθεροτυπία, 102, 09.2001, pp. 16-21 (in Greek).

46. Demographic status and economic potential of the Greek ethnic community in Plovdiv in 19th century (1800-1878) - Τα Μαράσλεια σχολεία στη Ν.Α.Ευρώπη: Εκατό χρόνια λειτουργίας του Μαράσλειου Διδακτηρίου Θεσσαλονίκης (1905-2005). Θεσσαλονίκη, 2006, pp. 139-161.

47. Δημογραφική και οικονομική ανάπτυξη των ελλήνων της Ανατολικής Ρωμυλίας κατά τον ΧΙΧ αι. (μέχρι το 1878). – 1ο Πανελλήνιο συνέδριο Ανατολικής Ρωμυλίας (Βόρειας Θράκης), Κομοτηνή, 2008 (in the press), (in Greek).

48. Δημογραφική παρουσίαση του ελληνικού στοιχείου στην περιοχή της βόρειας βουλγαρικής ακτής της Μαύρης Θάλασσας κατά την περίοδο της βουλγαρικής εθνικής αφύπνισης (18-19 αι.) – “The Aegean region and the Black Sea. From time of the Argonautic Expedition to the Intereuxenian Cooperation today”, Volos, (in press), (in Greek).

49. Typological peculiarities of the traditional small sailing boat (gemiya) built in the south-western of the Black Sea coast during 17-19 centuries. – In: The revolution of wooden shipbuilding in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 18 and 19 centuries. Dubrovnic (in press).

Scientific informations, opinions and reviews:

1. Βλασσοπούλος, Γ.Σ. «ΟΔΥΣΣΕΑΣ» ένα καράβι της Ιθάκης 1837-1841. Αθήνα, 1992, σ. 375. – Etudes balkaniques,  1994, 3, pp. 141-142 (in French).

2. International Symposium on Traditional Shipbuilding and the Navigation organized on the Chios, Greece. – Historical Review, 1, 1994-5, pp. 194-5, (in Bulgarian).

 

Catalogues

1. Co-authorship in work on the catalog for the exhibition Old Photographs from Mount Athos”, Kyustendil, 2001, 36 p. The text is bilingual Bulgarian and English.

2. Co-authorship in work on the catalog for the exhibition Το Βαλκανικό αστικό φαινόμενο. Θεσσαλονίκη-Φιλιππούπολη: Όμοιες Πόλεις; - Balkan City Phenomenon. Thessaloniki and Plovdiv: Resemble Cities? Θεσσαλονίκη, 2000, 127 p. The text is bilingual Bulgarian and Greek.

3. Co-authorship in work on the catalog for the exhibition “The Christian heritage in the Rhodope – churches and monasteries”. Smolyan, 2004, 16 p. The text is in three languages – Bulgarian, English and Greek.

 

Others:

1991-2003: Many reports, taking part at many national conferences and international symposia - Chios, Greece (1994); Dubrovnik, Croatia (1995); Thasos, Greece (1995); Thessaloniki, Greece (1999, 2000 and 2005); Volos, Greece (2004); Komotini, Greece (2008).