The Book—Our More Sensual Present
The book is an ingenious invention of thinking man. It stimulates the spiritual activity of the people. The book helps us keep our identity and recognize the identity of others. The book is a starting point for communication, empathy, and interaction not only between people but between cultures. The book may be used as a reaction against the dehumanization in the globalized reality. The book is our more sensual present. The State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (SULSIT) always had an engagement to achieve the construction of a complex, creative, and innovative environment, including relevant support of communication infrastructures and deployment of heterogeneous social capital by nature. As a scientific, educational, and cultural institution, our university has a mission to stimulate spiritual activities of young people. The SULSIT started many initiatives that have a purpose to develop a policy for reading and increasing the prestige of the book. The article also presents a project, “New Policies for Stimulating the Reading. Research of Bookcrossing Practices in Bulgaria.” The article presents a dialogue, openness, tolerance and awareness of the Book and the global phenomenon bookcrossing.
||Books, Reading, New Politics, Bookcrossing
The International Journal of the Book, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp.19-27.
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Assistant Professor, Department of Library Management, State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
Lubomira Parijkova has been working as the Assistant Professor of Department of “Library management” in State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies since 2008.
She graduated in Philosophy from the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” in 1996. Dr. Parijkova has obtained her PhD degree in 2008 from Centre for Science studies and History of Science – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Her Dissertation’s theme’s: „Globalization of the R&D activities. The practice of outsourcing in Bulgaria”.
So far Lubomira Parijkova leads the project “New policies for stimulating the reading. Researching of the bookcrossing practices in Bulgaria” funded by Fund “Scientific research” – Young researchers.
She creates 5 different disciplines – “Contemporary tendencies in Philosophy”, “Rhetoric. Communication”, “Metamorphoses of the Book”, “Knowledge management”, “Knowledge management and media”.
Lubomira Parijkova has been involved as project planner and coordinator of the projects “Week, dedicated to World Book Day and Copyright” and “Days of the Book and Copyright in State University of Library Studies and Information Technologies”. The projects are funded by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education, Youth and Science. She has developed and coordinated partnerships with more institutions in Bulgaria.
Dr. Parijkova is an author of more than 30 articles and a monography “Outsourcing of R&D Activities”.
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