Volume 4: "Women's Memory of the Russo-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878", edited by Milena Angelova & Evelina Kelbecheva
Full Issue soon available also on CEEOL, Balkanistic Forum 01/2016
Evelina Kelbecheva - Introduction. Women in War - Mechanisms of Oblivion and Remembrance
Interview with Georgeta Nazarska: Women in War - Mechanisms of Oblivion
Kristina Popova - The War Resistance and the Russo-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878. Bertha von Suttner and her Memoirs
Olga O. Chernyshova - The Female Face of War. The Sisters of Mercy During the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 - 1878
Anastasiya Pashova & Petar Vodenicharov - Between the Magic Word "War" Pronounced and the War is a Terrible Evil: The Beginning of the Female War Memoirs During the Russo-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878
Bülent Bilmez - Hero Women in the Turkish Popular Memory of the Russo-Ottoman War (1877 - 1878): Presentation of Nene Hatun as an Eternal Heroine in the Popular Media
Milena Angelova & Anastasiya Pashova - "The Heroine from Shipka Who Took Part in Four Wars and Helped Thousands of People." The Russo-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878 as Symbolic Capital in the Female Biography
Nurie Muratova & Kristina Popova - Lady from Radilovo Village
Mariyana Piskova - "Yuliya Vrevskaya" - The Other Movie about the Russian-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878
Grigor Aghanyan, Karine Bazeyan & Tatevik Muradyan - The Participation of Women in the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 - 1878. An Analysis of the Newspaper "Mšak"
Tamaz Phutkaradze & Ketevan Phutkaradze - Muhajir Resettlement and Women's Memory of the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877 - 1878
Exhibition: Nurie Muratova's and Kristina Popova's "Women Faces of the Russian-Ottoman War 1877 - 1878"