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Nina Dimitrova is a professor, doctor of philosophy, author of 13 scientific monographs.
Area of Scientific Research: History of Philosophy, Russian Religious Philosophy, History of Bulgarian Philosophical Culture, Philosophy and National Identity, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Anthropology

History of Bulgarian philosophical culture; History of Russian religious philosophy; Philosophical anthropology; Philosophy of religion;

“Spaces of Identity – Reflections on the Bulgarian Philosophical Culture”, Sofia, 2019;издания-на-ибфк/изследвания/
“Existential Dimensions of the New Time”, Proectoria, Sofia, 2014;
“The Prophets of the Possessed. Meaning and Faith in the Russian Religious Philosophy”, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, 2013;

Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie. Die Philosophie der 19. Jahrhunderts (2022 – 2025) [Outline of the history of philosophy. The philosophy of the 19th century]
“Philosophy and Art History: New interpretations of Nikolay Raynov’s work” (2020-2023)
The longing to return /Reflections in Bulgarian philosophy and literature/ (2019 – 2022)
Analysis and philosophical understanding of the role of the Beron family in the spiritual development of Bulgaria and its role in world culture (2018 – 2022)
Bulgarian Voices Abroad: Philosophical Emphases (2016 – 2020)
Democratization, religious identity and fundamentalism in Romania and Bulgaria (2016 – 2018)
Idee wędrowne na słowiańskich Bałkanach (2015 – 2017) [Migrating ideas in the Slavic Balkans]