Blaže Ristovski

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Blaže Ristovski (born in the village Garnikovo, Kavadarci, Macedonia on March 21, 1931) is Macedonian linguist, folklorist and historian. Graduated from Faculty of Philology in Skopje. Ph.D. in Philology. He was director of the Institute of Folklore "Marko Cepenkov" in Skopje. Member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts[1] and honorary member of the Writers' Association of Macedonia.

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  • Krste P. Misirkov (1874 - 1926) (1966)
  • Vardar, scientific and literary and socio-political journal of K. Q. Misirkov (1966)
  • Growers in the development of Macedonian national thought (1968)
  • Macedonian nation and Macedonian national consciousness (1968)
  • Krste Misirkov (1968)
  • Nace D. Dimov (1876-1916) (1973)
  • George M. Pulevski and his books "Macedonian Fairy" and "Macedonian singer" (1973)
  • Macedonian narodnoosloboditelni Poems (1974)
  • Dimitri Cupovski (1878–1940) and the Macedonian scientific literature fellowship in St. Petersburg
  • Contributions to the study of the Macedonian-Russian ties and the development of Macedonian national thought, in two books (1978)
  • Macedonian verse 1900-1944, two books (1980)
  • Manifestations and profiles of the Macedonian literary history, two books (1982)
  • Macedonian nation and Macedonian nation, two books (1983)
  • Koco Racin. Historical and literary studies (1983)
  • Ikonomov Basil (1848–1934) (1985)
  • Krste Misirkov (1874–1926) (1986)
  • Macedonian folklore and national consciousness, two books (1987)
  • Portraits and processes of the Macedonian literature and national history, three books (1989–1990)
  • Sermon on the work of Vaptsarov (1990)
  • Krste P. Misirkov, Selected pages (1991)
  • Racin Macedonian narodnoosloboditelni Poems (1993)
  • Macedonian Chronicles, two books (1993)
  • Macedonia and the Macedonian nation (1995)
  • Gorgija M. Pulevski, landmark in our cultural and national history (1996)
  • Ceko Stefanov Popivanov: Earth, play in three acts (1996)
  • Dimitri Cupovski and Macedonian national consciousness (1996)
  • National Thought in Misirkov (1997)
  • Early manuscripts of Krste P. Misirkov Macedonian (1998)
  • Dimitar Tues Macedonian (1999)
  • History of the Macedonian nation (1999)
  • Macedonian Encyclopedia (2009) editor

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Academician Blaze Ristovski: Process of Christianization in Macedonia took place long before its conquest of Bulgaria". Focus Information Agency. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 29 November 2011.