(October 15, 2012) 100 years after the beginning of the Balkan Wars, Professor Rositsa Gradeva talks about their political and economic consequences for Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, and other affected nations. Professor Gradeva goes through the causes for the two wars and concludes with an analysis of the contemporary effect the wars had. Professor Rositsa Gradeva is an Associate Professor of History at the American University in Bulgaria. Her research interests are centered on Ottoman and Balkan history and she teaches courses on these topics at AUBG.
This presentation was kindly organized by the Political Science club at AUBG.