Julia Kristeva was a State Security Associate
The world-renowned philosopher, psychologist, linguist and researcher, Julia Kristeva, was a collaborator of the First State Department of Foreign Intelligence with the alias Sabina, reports Capital.
This is clear from a Commission decision on Tuesday's dossiers. Kristeva has been checked since she was a member of the Editorial Board of Literary Journal. It is clear from the announcement that the commission has made its decision on the basis of documents drawn up by staff members contained in her personal work, which is two volumes, and her work, which is preserved.
Julia Kristeva was registered as a collaborator in June 1971, or five years after going to Paris with a scholarship from the French government. She has been registered by Lieutenant Ivan Bozhikov and has collaborated with Departments III (European countries) and IV (USA, England and Canada).
Julia Kristeva was born in 1941 in Sliven. In 1966, two years after graduating French philology in Sofia, she moved to France, where she became part of the leading philosophical and literary circles. She holds PhD studies in semiology and linguistics and teaches at the Diderot University in Paris. In 1997 she received the Order of the Legion of Honor of France. In 2004 she was awarded the Holberg Award.
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