This book hopes to further the understanding of the field of Homo Academicus in Bulgaria in the context of postsocialist transformation. The analysis of the deconstruction of the Bulgarian field of higher education is based on Pierre Bourdieu''s reflexive sociology, the key concepts of which are highlighted in the first chapter of this book. In the second chapter I reflect on the morphological changes that took place in the Bulgarian field of Homo Academicus between 1990 and 1995. The scope of analysis in the third chapter is limited to the Bulgarian legislative reform in higher education. In the final chapter I will conclude that despite the transformation of the institutional codes of the university field less formalized practices and representations inherited form the past continued to reproduce. The analysis should be especially useful to professionals in Sociology of Education, policy makers, or anyone else who may be considering utilizing Peirre Bourdieu''s analytical framework for the analysis of the university field.