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Министерство культуры Российской Федерации

Государственный музей истории религии



проводит с 11 по 13 декабря 2012 года в Санкт-Петербурге



XIX-е САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКИЕ РЕЛИГИОВЕДЧЕСКИЕ ЧТЕНИЯ



«Сакральный текст в истории и культуре»



Оргкомитет конференции: и.о. директора Л.А. Мусиенко – председатель оргкомитета; зам. директора ГМИР по научной работе, к.ф.н. Е.А. Терюкова – заместитель председателя оргкомитета; заведующая кафедрой философии религии и религиоведения философского факультета СПбГУ, профессор, д.ф.н. М.М. Шахнович; главный хранитель ГМИР, к.ф.н. Е.В. Денисова; д.и.н. Н.В. Ревуненкова; к.и.н. И.Х. Черняк; к.и.н. И.В. Тарасова; А.А. Буров – ответственный секретарь конференции.


В ноябре 2012 г. исполняется 80 лет со дня открытия ГМИР – уникального российского центра по хранению, изучению и экспонированию памятников религиозной культуры. На протяжении многолетней истории музей объединял вокруг себя исследователей религии из разных регионов и стран.

К юбилею Музея приурочено проведение очередных XIX религиоведческих чтений. Тема конференции посвящена вопросам изучения возникновения, бытования и интерпретации сакральных текстов в различных религиозных традициях, искусстве, науке и публицистике, а также проблемам собирания, хранения, реставрации и представления в музейном пространстве памятников сакральной письменности.

Надеемся, что данная тематика вызовет интерес у широкого круга специалистов в области религиоведения, истории, музееведения, искусствознания, литературоведения, культурологии и антропологии. К участию в конференции приглашаются историки, философы, богословы, филологи, этнографы, музееведы, искусствоведы, культурологи, преподаватели и молодые исследователи.


На конференции предлагается обсудить следующие темы:


  • изучение, собирательство, хранение, реставрация и презентация памятников сакральной письменности;


  • происхождение, бытование, интерпретация, священных текстов;


  • проблемы текстологии и новые методы изучения священных текстов;


  • сакральное пространство как текст.





Государственный музей истории религии, 190000, Санкт-Петербург, Почтамтская д.14.

Тел. (812) 571 45 49, 314 58 10. Факс (812) 312 76 69. www.gmir.ru


Для участия в конференции необходимо прислать до 1 ноября 2012 г. заявку, резюме доклада (100 слов) для публикации в «Программе чтений».

В заявке должны быть указаны: фамилия, имя, отчество, место работы и должность, ученая степень и звание, контактная информация (почтовый адрес, телефон, факс, электронный адрес)!

Предполагается предварительная публикация «Программы чтений» и размещение тезисов докладов на сайте музея.


Решение об участии в конференции будет вынесено до 20 ноября 2012 г.

Заявку и тезисы прислать по электронной почте tchteniagmir@yandex.ru:


Проезд, проживание в гостинице и командировочные расходы оплачивает направляющая сторона.



ЗАЯВКА

на участие в конференции:


XIXI-е САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГСКИЕ РЕЛИГИОВЕДЧЕСКИЕ ЧТЕНИЯ

«Сакральный текст в истории и культуре»


(с 11 по 13 декабря 2012 г., Государственный музей истории религии)



Фамилия________________________________________________________

Имя____________________________________________________________

Отчество________________________________________________________


Место работы____________________________________________________

Должность_______________________________________________________

Ученая степень__________________________________________


Название доклада_____________________________________________________


Необходимость заказа места в гостинице_______________________________

Адрес (по которому будет выслано официальное приглашение) _____________________________________________________________

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Номер факса____________________________________

Электронный адрес ____________________________________



Просим полностью и точно указывать все данные и

контактную информацию, необходимую для связи с Вами !


Государственный музей истории религии, 190000, Санкт-Петербург, Почтамтская д.14.

Тел. (812) 571 45 49, 314 58 10. Факс (812) 312 76 69. www.gmir.ru

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Call for Papers


Religion on the Move: How Motion and Migration influence Religion


10th Conference of the SIEF Working Group on Ethnology of Religion

Szeged, Hungary 12-14 September, 2012


In many ways movement is an important aspect of religion and

spirituality. Not only has the significance of motion within the

practice of religion and rituality increased (Coleman & Eade 2004),

but also, through the movement and migration of people all over the

world, religions and religious practices are relocating and changing

(Jenkins 2007).

Movement is significant for the practice of many religions. It seems

that motion has been gaining in importance and that the performative

expression and execution of religious practice play a stronger part

than they used to do. There might be related to the more participative

role of believers in religion and rituality and the enhanced relevance

of individuals 'doing' religion. The popularity of walking the many

pilgrim ways through Europe is an example of that trend, while other

expressions of movement like dancing, meditations, processions and

other rituals also seem to be more in focus.

A second strand of movement is connected to migration for, by moving,

people bring faiths and religious practices to other places in the

world where they were not previously known or practised. Nowadays,

through mass migrations, refugees, displacements because of war and

other translocations, religions and beliefs can expand both spatially

and quantitatively. These are processes in which the faiths which are

moving are being transformed, and the religion(s) of the areas in

which people and their religion are newly settled are likewise

affected (examples include Islam in Europe and the new Christians from

Africa in Europe). Sometimes beliefs are appropriated through tourism

or by 'spiritual seekers'; aspects of Eastern religion and esoterism

have been imported to Western society. In that regard the Internet has

become a migratative instrument, in its capacity of 'posting' religion

all over the globe and into people's homes, regardless of what

religion is practised there. The extension of religion through

(digital) migration has an impact on social, cultural and political

contexts (Woodhead et al. 2002). The movement of religion might lead

to an adaptation to new circumstances, to inculturation, but also

potentially to a transformation in the religious constituents of the

local culture as well. Sometimes there is openness and religion finds

new host communities. Evangelical, Pentecostal, neo-Pentecostal

churches have spread across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe (Coleman

2007) and so have Afro-American religions, as Candomblé, Umbanda, or

Santeria cubana (Capone 2004; Saraiva 2010). Sometimes the members of

the host country become involved in such new practices, but movement

may also lead to segregation within host communities and contested

situations.

Papers connected to these two research strands on movement and

religion are welcomed; one could for example think of the following

topics:

The influence of migration on religion

Movement as constituative element in religion and rituality

Effects of globalisation and transnationalism on religion

Changes in religion through digital movement, via the Internet.

Movement and spatiality related to the practice of religion



Format: the conference takes place over two days, followed by an

excursion on the third day. Paper presentations are limited to 20

minutes each, followed by ten minutes of discussion. In total 20 paper

presenters will be selected. Colleagues who do not present a paper are

welcome to participate in the conference and its discussions. A

business meeting of the SIEF Working Group on Ethnology of Religion

will be held during the conference.


Organizers: the conference is organized by the Department of Ethnology

and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Szeged together with

the Bálint Sándor Institute for Research on Religion and the

International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF).


Venue: University of Szeged and Gál Ferenc Theological College of Szeged


Fee: the conference fee is 60 €, including conference materials,

reception, coffee, brunch, excursion.

Participants are responsible for travel and accommodation; there is no

funding for expenses available.


Application: submit an abstract of your paper of maximum 300 words,

together with your name, position, and institutional affiliation to

Dr. István Povedák povedak@yahoo.com<mailto:povedak@yahoo.com> by March 15, 2012. The selection

of the papers will be done in collaboration with the Board of the SIEF

Working Group on Ethnology of Religion. The final selection will be

communicated by April 1, 2012.


Contacts: povedak@yahoo.com<mailto:povedak@yahoo.com>; peter.jan.margry@meertens.knaw.nl<mailto:peter.jan.margry@meertens.knaw.nl>


Dr. Povedák, István (PhD)

Research Fellow

Bálint Sándor Institute for the Study of Religion

H-6720 Szeged

Egyetem u. 2.

0036-62-544-216

http://www.gfhf.hu/bsvi/

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University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, September 7, 2012
Deadline: Apr 15, 2012

Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC) Conference: 'On the
Spiritual in Russian Art'

Date: 7 September 2012
Location: Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Keynote Speakers:
Professor Wendy R. Salmond (Chapman University, CA)
Dr Oleg Tarasov (Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of
Sciences, Moscow)

Convenors:
Louise A. Hardiman (lah45@cam.ac.uk)
Nicola Kozicharow (nlek2@cam.ac.uk)
(Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge)

The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC) was founded in May
2011 on the joint initiative of Dr Rosalind Blakesley of the Department
of History of Art, University of Cambridge and Professor John Milner of
The Courtauld Institute of Art, London. Arising from significant
research over many years among faculty and graduate students in both
institutions, it aims to stimulate debate, support collaborative work,
and generate and disseminate research on all aspects of the visual
arts, architecture, design, and exhibitions in Russia and the Soviet
Union.

This conference, CCRAC's first in Cambridge, takes as its theme the
concept of the 'spiritual tradition' in Russian art, in celebration of
the centenary of Vasilii Kandinskii's seminal text, Über das Geistige
in der Kunst (On the Spiritual in Art) (1910-12) – arguably one of the
most influential works of Russian artistic thought in the context of
international modernism. We propose this banner as a stimulus for a
broader discussion of the intersection between spirituality and Russian
art, which ranges beyond the extensive and enduring impact of
Kandinskii's well-known manifesto for new directions in art. Through
such exploration, we aim to highlight the current diversity and depth
of Russian and Soviet art scholarship in Britain and overseas, while
also providing a forum for the reassessment of one of its most
frequently recurring and critical themes.

We invite papers on a wide range of subjects, periods, artists and
media which engage with the subject of religiosity or spirituality in
Russian and Soviet art. These could include topics such as:

- the icon tradition and its ongoing significance;

- the intersection of religious art and the secular tradition in
Russian painting;

- the twentieth-century resurgence of interest in icons and the
engagement with the icon tradition in avant-garde art;

- the religious tradition and the decorative arts, including folk art
and the revival of interest in pagan Russia;

- religiosity and Soviet art;

- artists for whom the religious or spiritual aspects of their art
assumed particular significance (e.g. Ivan Kramskoi, Nikolai Ge,
Mikhail Nesterov, Nikolai Rerikh, Nataliia Goncharova, Vasilii
Kandinskii);

- new perspectives on significant works of Russian religious art (e.g.
Andrei Rublev's Holy Trinity, Alexander Ivanov's The Appearance of
Christ to the People);

- religiosity in contemporary Russian art (e.g. religion and
spirituality in Soviet non-conformist art; Mikhail Epstein's concept of
the "religious unconscious" in Russian post-modernism);

- the relevance of the spiritual tradition to the reception of Russian
art, e.g. the Western perception of, and/or responses to religiosity in
Russian art.

We invite submissions for 20 minute papers from established scholars,
independent researchers and postgraduate students in all disciplines
relating to the theme of the conference. Papers will be grouped into
panels, organised thematically.

Abstracts of up to 300 words should be sent to Louise Hardiman
(lah45@cam.ac.uk) and Nicola Kozicharow (nlek2@cam.ac.uk) by 15 April
2012. Please include the title of your proposed paper, your name,
institutional affiliation and full contact information (address, phone
number, and email).

The conference is supported by generous funding from the British
Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) and the
Department of History of Art, Cambridge.

http://www.hoart.cam.ac.uk/events/spiritualinrussianart

Reference / Quellennachweis:
CFP: On the Spiritual in Russian Art (Cambridge, 7 Sep 2012). In:
H-ArtHist, Feb 26, 2012. <
http://arthist.net/archive/2789>.

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Subject: CONF: Byzantine, Ottoman, and Persian Art (Istanbul, 3 Mar 12)


Bogazici University, Istanbul, March 3, 2012


WORKSHOP


MAKING AND REMAKING IMAGES IN BYZANTINE, OTTOMAN,

AND PERSIAN ART


Imposing rigid boundaries of inquiry between contiguous periods and

lands has been a perennial tendency in art historical scholarship.

Even today, art historians often have to scale walls erected long ago

in order simply to gain a vision of fields adjacent to their own. This

workshop aims to counteract the effects of such categorization between

the neighboring but separated fields of Byzantine, Ottoman and Persian

art in the medieval and early modern periods. The chosen theme of

images and image-making is particularly fertile for a common dialogue

on representational modes, whether shared or distinct. The

resourcefulness of artists who continuously made and remade a dynamic

world of images in interrelated traditions calls for a joint effort to

bring about intersections in perception, contemplation and

interpretation. The workshop is organized as part of the Connecting

Art Histories initiative of the Getty Foundation hosted by the

Department of History at Bogazici University.


PROGRAM


10:00 - 10:15 Welcome remarks

10:15 - 10:45 Tulun Degirmenci (Pamukkale University, Denizli)

Remaking the Past: The Images of Selim I in Seventeenth-Century Ottoman

Painting

10:45 - 11:15 Anestis Vasilakeris (Bogaziçi University)

Changing Constantine: The Emperor's Image in Time


11:15 - 11:30 Break


11:30 - 12:00 Serpil Bagci (Hacettepe University, Ankara)

Safavid and European Inspirations in Ottoman Album-Making: Ahmed I

Album


12:00 - 12:30 Tolga B. Uyar (UMR 8167 Orient Méditerranée, Paris)

Thirteenth-Century 'Byzantine' Art in Cappadocia and the Question of

Greek Painters at the Seljuk Court


13:00 - 14:30 Lunch


14:30 - 15:00 Simon Rettig (Freie Universität, Berlin)

Fantastic Creatures and "Angels from the Unknown World": Depicting the

Marvelous in Persian Illuminations


15:00 - 15:30 Oya Pancaroglu (Bogazici University)

Hierarchy, Geometry and the Human Image


15:30 - 16:00 Break


16:00 - 16:30 Lale Uluc (Bogazici University)

Kaba Images in Shiraz Manuscripts


16:30 - 17:00 Ivana Jevtic (Koc University, Istanbul)

Narrativity in Late Byzantine Painting: Devices, Effects and the

Questions They Raise about Sacred Images


17:00 - 17:30 Discussion


Reference / Quellennachweis:

CONF: Byzantine, Ottoman, and Persian Art (Istanbul, 3 Mar 12). In:

H-ArtHist, Mar 1, 2012. <http://arthist.net/archive/2813>.

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TOC: Russian Anti-Westernism VI (Russ. 'Forum' 8:2, 2011)

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