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По на запад, най на запад - Япония
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05 May 2001

Westmost: Japan

The author of the book, the gaidjin Ivan Ilchev prefers telling about Japan not as an historian (what he actually is), but as a dilettante: according to his words, the dilettante is much closer to the unknowing person, who can easier assume him as his friend.

The specialists, says the author, are too righteous, they understand everything and they are far too serious about the object that interests them.

Ivan Ilchev refers to Japan with curiosity and no prejudice, with both admiration and skepticism, smiling at the country`s oddities. He skillfully mingles the serious with the comic and serves us his impressions and personal interpretation of everything he saw in the land of the rising sun.

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Ivan  Ilchev

The book is written by the prominent Bulgarian historian Ivan Ilchev. He has lectured in Ohio State University, Wilson Center in Washington D.C., the University of Chiba, Japan, the universities of Leipzig, Thessaloniki, Oxford, Chicago and many other famous educational centres.

Ivan Ilchev was born on 25th of June 1953 in Sofia. He is a full professor in Modern Balkan History at the Sofia University. He teaches modern history of the Balkans (18th-20th centuries), social history of the Balkans, history of Bulgaria, international relations in the Balkans, theory and history of propaganda, history of advertising in Bulgaria, history and theory of nationalism in the Balkans.

At the beginning of November 2007, professor Ilchev was elected rector of the Sofia University. He is a corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences as well.

Ivan Ilchev was a member of the Supreme Certifying Commission (1997-2002), Dean of the Faculty of History at the Sofia University and Chairman of the Scientific Board of the Faculty of History.

He has published thirteen books, two of them in co-authorship with other academics. The Rose of the Balkans is among the most renowned of them.

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