The school in Sofia has made scholars familiar with special, less known and remote collections like the unique collection of Greek, Arabic and Slavonic manuscripts in Centre Dujčev, the Zographou manuscripts collection, which is not accessible in situ to female researchers; and also with the history of Bulgarian Church and religious literature and the history of the oldest and biggest Bulgarian monastery and its role for preserving the religious identity of the Bulgarian population.
Exhibition In the Beginning was the Word
Digital Resources for Studying the History of Old Bulgarian (Old Church Slavonic)
How to Identify and Analyze Medieval Theological Fragments
Zographou (Zograf) Monastery Digital Resources at Sofia University
The Old Bulgarian (Old Church Slavonic) as a Lingua Sacra of the Orthodox Slavonic World
The Research Centre for Slavic and Byzantine Studies and Its Manuscript Collections