Milena Katsarska is Lecturer in American Studies at the University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Her publications are in the areas of culture studies, politics of cultural translation, as well as history, sociology and politics of institutional academic spaces and subject areas in relation to English and American studies in Bulgaria. Among them are a number of co-edited volumes in these areas; the book-length Comprehensive Bibliography of Prefaces/Afterwords to American Literature in Bulgarian Translation 1858-2010 (2014); “The Bulgarian Connection in Harry Potter” in Gupta, Re-Reading Harry Potter (2009, 2nd ed.); “English Studies in Non-Anglophone Contexts: Bulgaria” in Georgieva and James eds., Globalization in English Studies (2010); “Student Perceptions of English Studies in Bulgaria” in the Nordic Journal of English Studies (Vol. 10, 2011); and “The ‘Un-American’ Activities of Viktor Sharenkov” in Plovdiv University Research Papers series (2014). Milena has been involved in international research projects on issues of marginalization (national, ethnic and gender identities), minority and migration representations in Bulgarian textbooks and media, and studies in socio-cultural relations between Bulgaria and the USA.