Nations, Protonationalism and Nationalism in Christian cultures, 10th through 20th Centuries

Date: 
October 5, 2007 - 10:00 - October 6, 2007 - 18:30
Event type: 
Workshop
Event audience: 
Open to the Public

Center for Ukrainian and Belorussian Studies, Moscow Lomonosov State University
Institute for Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
Centre for History of Religions, Institute of Universal History, Russian Academy of Sciences

October 5-6 and 12-13. 2007

Institute for Slavic Studies
Leninski p-t, 32а, floor 8, room 907

Conference Program

October 5, Friday, room 907

10.00 - 10.30
Dmitriev M. V. (Moscow State University). The problems of the international research project "Confessiones et nationes" and its work results (2003-2007)

10.30 - 10.50
Vediushkina I. V. (Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences). The “Russian” discourse in the Old Russian sources of the XI - XII Centuries.

11. 00 - 11.20
Dobrowolski D. A. (Russian State University for Humanities) The Parentage as the main part of the russian identity of the Old Russian authors in the XI – first half of the XII Centuries.

11.30 - 11.50
Lukin P. V. (Institute of the Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences) Chritianization and the formation of the identity of the Old Russian nobles.

12.00 - 12.20
Polyvianny D. I. (Ivanovo State University). Demetrios Chomatianos, the archbishop of Ohrid and the confessional, imperial and proto - ethnical discussions in Balkans after the fall of Constantinople in 1204

12.30 - 13.00

Makarova I. F. (Institute for Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences) Orthodoxy and the notion on the protonational identity in Bulgaria in the XV- XVII Centuries.

13.10 - 13.30

Shukurov R. M. (Moscow State University) “Turks” and “Romei” in Byzantium in the XII- XV Centuries.

13.40 - 14.30 –discussion

14. 30 - 15.30 - lunch

15. 30 - 15.50
Chumicheva O. V. (Russian National Library, St. Petersburg) Non-Christians, Foreigners, Heretics, non-Russian as the heresy in the identity’s discourse in Russia in the end of the XI – the first half XVI Centuries.

16.00 - 16.20
Alekseev A. I. (Russian National Library, St. Petersburg). Did the heresy of „Judaizers” have attitude to Anti-Semitism?

16.30 -16.50
Konotop A. B. (Moscow State University). The Russian idea on the New Israel in the Russian narrative and iconographic sources of the XVI Century.

17.00 - 18.00 – discussion

October 6, Saturday, room 907

9.30 - 9.50
Kovalev V. N. (Moscow State University) Natio, gens, lingua in the Czech and Polish sources of the XIII-XIV Centuries.

10.00 -10.20
Melnikov G. P. ( Institute for Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences). „Biblical” and “National” components in the Husite ideology and propaganda.

10.30 - 10.50
Zhuk S. I. (Ball State University, USA) "The Chosen People ". Religion and nationality in Britain America of the XVII Century: Theology as the historical basis of the USA.

11.00 - 11.30 - discussion

11.30 - 11.50
Erusalimski K. J. (Russian State University for Humanities) The Repentance’ Convocations and the problem of the formation of the proto-national discourses in Russia of the XVI Century.

11. 50- 12.10
Poloznev D. F. (The University of Jaroslavl). The Imagine of the „All Russia” and the beginnings of the “nationality” of the Jaroslavl’ citizens in the notions and events during “Smuta” (havoc)

12.20 - 12.40
Dmitriev (Moscow State University) „Russian”and „Orthodox” in the proto-national discources of Moscovite Russia in the beginnings of XVII Century.

12.50 -13.10
Oparina T. A. (University of Novosibirsk). "Russian" in the context of the baptism of the foreigners

13.10- 14.00 - discussion

14.00 - 14.40 - lunch

14.40 - 15.00
Arzhakova L. M. (University of St. Petersburg). Ethnical and Confessional aspects of the religious conflicts in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Russian pre-revolution historiography.

15.10 - 15.30
Rusina E. V. (National Academy of Scienses, Ukraine) “Rus”, „Ruski narod” and „rus’” in the ukrainian-belorussian sources of the XV Century.

15.40 - 15.50
Filushkin A. I. (University of St. Petersburg) Russian discourse in the culture of Great Duchy of Lithuania in the XV – XVII Centuries.

16.00 - 16.20
Nemenski O. B. (Institute for Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences) "Russian" and Orthodox in the proto-national discourses in Polish-Lithuanian Russia of the XVI Century.

16.30 - 16.50
Lukashova S. S. (Institute for Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences) The Lwow’s brothers and their struggle for the defense of „Russian people in the end XVI – the first half of the XVII Centuries.

17.00 -17.20
Tairova – Jakovleva T. G. (University of St. Petersburg). The formation of the national identity in Ukraine Getmanat.

October 12 - 13. 2007

Institute for Slavic Studies (Leninski p-t, 32а, floor 8), room 827

Program
  • Turij O. J. (Greco-Catholic University of Lwow). Greco-Orthodox Church and the national identity of the citizens of Galicja in the second half of the XIX Century.
  • Klopova M. E. (Institute for Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Confessional and National in the texts of the Galician Russophiles and their Russian accomplices (the end XIX – the beginning of XX Centuries).
  • Dmitriev M. V. (Moscow State University). Confessional and National in the identity of the Galician emigrants to Canada in the end XIX – beginning of the XX Centuries.
  • Kuprijanov P. (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences). National versus Confessional: Russian traveler and the search of identity in the beginning of the XIX Century.
  • Polunov A. J. (Moscow State University). Orthodox, Russian and Imperial in the views of K. P. Pobedonoscev.
  • Buganov A. V. (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences). “Orthodox” and “Russian” in the auto=perception of the Russian peasants in the XIX Century.
  • Beglov A. L. (Institute of General History Russian Academy of Sciences) The Transformation of the national auto-perception of the Russian peasants in the 1920’s -1940’s.
  • Brovkina L. N. (Institute of General History Russian Academy of Sciences). Protestant ideology and Nazism in Germany in the 1920 ‘s - 1940 ‘s.
  • Firsov E. F. (Moscow State University) National auto-perception of Slovaks in Chechoslovakia and Catholicism (Russian view of the beginning of 1930’s).
  • Karasev A. V. (Institute for Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences) Orthodox Church and Nationalism in Serbia in the XIX Century.
  • Grishyna R. P. (Institute for Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences). Orthodox Church and Nationalism in Bulgaria in 1920’s -1930’s.
  • Marchukov A. V. (Institute of Russian history, Russian Academy of Sciences). Nationalism and the Orthodoxy in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the 1920’s.
  • Bezpalko B. The Modern Ukrainian nationalism and the Christianity.