Antoaneta Anguelova

Antoaneta Anguelova is an Assistant Professor in Armenian Literature in Armenian and Caucasus Studies at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”. She teaches classes of Old, New and Contemporary Armenian Literature, as well as Armenian Philosophy, Armenian Mythology, Armenian Folklore and a number of other disciplines. She is fluent in Armenian, English, French, and have good command of Russian and Spanish languages.

Antoaneta is an editor of the Stoyanova RS Bulgarian-Russian-Armenian-English Dictionary and prepared and translated a number of published scientific articles such as “Comparability of the More Common Armenian and Bulgarian Phraseologisms , From Linguistics to Semiotics: Trajectories and Horizons in the Study of Communication”, “Armenian Writers Defending Women’s Rights in the XIX-XX Centuries”, “The Fate of Famous Armenian Intellectuals during the Genocide, Crimes against Humanity and Their Impact in the 21st Century“, etc. 

She created the website of the Armenian and Caucasus Bachelor’s Studies Program from scratch, which can be visited at

She has also extensive experience as an EU Translator and has worked in the European Commission in Luxembourg (2006-2008), and for the Translation centre for the bodies of the EU (2013-2014).

She is preparing a literary magazine – Vishap, which will consist of translations of Armenian and other Eastern Literatures into Bulgarian, and articles dedicated to the Armenian and Eastern Literatures and Cultures. The first volume is under construction and most probably will be available in February. The appearance of the website as well as the magazine itself is still experimental.

To contact Antoaneta Anguelova click the link.

Published Translations

Armenian to Bulgarian translations

  • “Goodbye, Bird” Aram Pachyan, novel , Paradox, 2019
  • “The Day” – essay by Naira Pirumyan , Liternet – e-magazine for literature, criticism and humanities , 2016
  • Stories” – Elda Green, Flame magazine issue 3, 2014
  • “Bow’s Tears” Elda Green, short story in the collection “So close, so far”, Avangard Prima, 2014
  • “30 cm” Naira Pirumyan, short story in “Liternet” e-magazine, 2012
  • Stoyanova RS Bulgarian speech etiquette (with equivalents of phrases in Russian, Armenian and English)– review, “Bogianna”, 2012
  • “Armenia – the first Christian state” – article, Synodal Publishing House of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church – “Church Gazette”, 2010
  • “Armenian-Bulgarian relations through the centuries” in the collection “Armenia and Bulgaria – past, present and future”, Yerevan State University, 2009