Rather short notice, but this just appeared on the Early Slavic list and
may be of interest to someone:
> From: "Gail Lenhoff" <lenhoff@...>
> Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 4:19 PM
> Subject: Medieval Workshop/UCLA
> NINTH ANNUAL WINTER WORKSHOP IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN
> SLAVIC STUDIES
> 1648 Hershey Hall
> Friday, February 25, 2005
> I. Byzantine, Kievan, Regional and Comparative: Session 1:
> 9:30-10:45 Gail Lenhoff, UCLA, Welcoming remarks Norman W.
> Ingham, U. Chicago "Riurik: History or Legend?" Christian
> Raffensperger, U. Chicago "What was a kniaz'?" Donald
> Ostrowski, Harvard, "The Account of Volodimir's Conversion in
> the Povest' vremennykh let: A Chiasmus of Stories."
> Break 10:45-11:00
> Session 2: 11:00-12:15
> David Prestel, Michigan State, "How should we read the Slovo
> o knjazjax?" (12th c.) Julia Verkholantsev, U. Penn. The
> Protestant Source of the Ruthenian Sibylline Prophecy" Robert
> Romanchuk, Florida State U. "Empiricism or natural
> contemplation? Serbian medical treatises in the books of
> Kirillov Monastery."
> Break: 12:15-2:00
> II. Muscovite and Early Modern: Session 1: 2:00-3:45
> Michael Paul, U. Miami "Changes and Continuity in the Office
> of Novgorodian Archbishop After 1478" Janet Martin, U. Miami,
> "The Pomest'e System Revisited" Ann M. Kleimola, U. Nebraska
> "Emergence of an Icon Cult: Postanovka Voprosa"
> Break 3:45-4:00
> Session 2: 4:00-5:00
> Daniel Kaiser, Grinnell, "Domestic Icons in
> Eighteenth-Century Moscow Testaments" Elise Kimmerling
> Wirtschafter, Cal-Poly Pomona, "Religious Instruction in
> Eighteenth-Century Russia: Platon Levshin's `Discourse on
> Melchizedek' and Tsarevich Paul's Response (1764)"
> Sponsored by UCLA's Center for Medieval and Renaissance
> Studies, Center for European and Eurasian Studies, and
> Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
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