BULGARIAN SOCIETY FOR THE CHEMISTRY EDUCATION AND HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF CHEMISTRY (CE&HPC).
On 29 September 2005, the Bulgarian Society for the Chemistry Education and History and Philosophy of Chemistry (CE&HPC) was constituted.
The main objective of this Society is to foster interest both in chemistry education and history and philosophy of chemistry with their social and cultural dimensions and influences. The Society wishes to provide a forum for discussion and to promote scholarly research in these fields. The Society will pursue these objectives through publications in Khimiya/Chemistry. The Bulgarian Journal of Chemical Education ISSN 0861-9255, by the support of other forms of scholarly publication, by the organization of scientific and public meetings, by fostering the career developments of its members and by cooperation with other learned and scientific research units and societies.
ANY PERSON WHO WISHES TO FURTHER THE STATED OBJECTIVES OF THE SOCIETY IS ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP. FOR CITIZENS OUTSIDE BULGARIA THE MEMBERSHIP IS FREE. Please contact:
Professor B.V. Toshev University of Sofia 1 James Bourchier Blvd. 1164 Sofia Bulgaria tel.: +359.2.8629049 e-mail: [email protected]
Of the founding 100 members of the Bulgarian Society for Chemistry Education and History and Philosophy of Chemistry (CE&HPC), 78 are from Bulgaria, one is from Argentina, two are from Canada, one is from Czech Republic, two are from FR Macedonia, two are from Germany, three are from Greece, one is from India, one is from Israel, one is from Lithuania, two are from Sweden, two are from the U.K. and four are from the U.S.
Prof. B.V. Toshev, President
Members: Ms. Margarita Yotova – teacher (Sofia); Dr. Juliana Kavalova – teacher (Varna); Professor Ivelin Kuleff (University of Sofia); Dr. Mihail Igov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences); Academician Evgeny Golovinsky (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences); Dr. Liliana Boyanova – treasurer.
This provisional council is supposed to govern the Society and to organize its First Annual Conference at Varna in the autumn 2006 where the council will be officially confirmed or changed.
Ms. Yotova and Dr. Kavalova both represent the Bulgarian teachers in chemistry. Dr. Boyanova will be a treasurer of the Society. The basic components in the activity of the Society will be realized by: Prof. B.V. Toshev – links to similar research units/societies abroad; Prof. Ivelin Kuleff – history of chemistry; Dr. Mihail Igov – philosophy of chemistry; Prof. Evgeny Golovinsky – public relations and links to the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.