Venets (1911) and Venets (2010): About the Past, Present and Future [In Bulgarian]
Authors: B.V. Toshev
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The paper puts in a parallel the old Venets (1911) and the new Venets (2010). This comparison gives the opportunity to describe in details the editorial policy of the new scholarly journal. It is emphasized that Venets will appreciate first of all manuscripts describing small-scale research in its main scientific areas – local history, family history, community history, oral history, rural studies, heritage studies, historical geography, ethnology, etc. The journal will try to bridge the gap between professional and amateur researchers. Another journal’s distinction is its interdisciplinary – indeed transdisciplinary – commitment. Our primary goal is not just to report research, but also to promote it by involving more and more people in this kind of scientific and social activity and rewarding them with the joy of knowledge and discovery for their personal and communal benefit.