Miglena DIKOVA-MILANOVA

Miglena Dikova-Milanova is a lecturer of Bulgarian language and culture at the Department of Languages and Cultures at Ghent University.

She holds a PhD in Philosophy from KU Leuven, 2008. Her research interests and publications include Russian and Bulgarian classic and contemporary literature, in particular M. Bulgakov, L. Tolstoy, A. Popov and G. Gospodinov, literary history and criticism, philosophy of culture and aesthetics.

Miglena Dikova-Milanova is the author of two poetry books, "Будна вода" (“Wake water”,1992) and “4(four)2(two)на” (2021).

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