Associate Professor Rennie Yotova teaches French language literature in Sofia University, Bulgaria.
Author of /in French/
Jeux de construction : poétique de la géométrie dans le Nouveau Roman, Paris, l’Harmattan, 2006 ;
Écrire le viol, Paris, Non Lieu, 2007 ;
La Trilogie des jumeaux, In Folio, 2011,
Trois pièces d’Agota Kristof (with Sara De Balsi), In Folio, 2016.
Translator from French of fiction and philosophical essays (Gerard de Nerval, Albert Camus, Jacques Ellul, etc.).
Rennie Yotova has written and published many articles on the contemporary literature in French on space, borders, trans-language, violence.
Since 2010 she is Head of the French Regional Center for Central and Eastern Europe of the OIF and since 2017 she is Director of the Regional Bureau for Central and Eastern Europe of the OIF in Bucharest.
Rennie Yotova was decorated with the Ordre des Palmes académiques /Order of Academic Palms/.
BRECO is one of the six regional offices of the OIF in the world, based in Bucharest (Romania) for Central and Eastern Europe.
The International Organisation of La Francophonie represents one of the biggest linguistic zones in the world. Its members share more than just a common language. They also share the humanist values promoted by the French language. The French language and its humanist values represent the two cornerstones on which the International Organisation of La Francophonie is based.