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III International Scientific Conference "Slepukhins Readings - 2018: World Wars of the Twentieth Century in the Russian Emigrants and Repatriates Ouevre"

October 25–27, 2018 Y.G. Slepukhin Charitable Foundation, Leningrad Regional Universal Scientific Library, Russian Association of Historians of the First World War, All-Russian Museum of A.S. Pushkin, Russian Institute for the History of Arts, St. Petersburg Institute of History of Russian Academy of Sciences, The Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the St. Petersburg Institute of Culture, the Union of Writers of St. Petersburg and the House of Russian Abroad named after A. Solzhenitsyn with the support of the Committee on Culture of the Leningrad Oblast domain conduct III-rd International Scientific Conference “Slepuhinskie readings – 2018: World Wars of the Twentieth Century in the Russian Emigrants and Repatriates Ouevre”.

Location: St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region

Conference Organizing Committee:

Chairperson:

Bazanov Peter Nikolaevich – Professor of St. Petersburg State Institute of Culture, Doctor of Historical Sciences (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Deputy Chairmen:

Kozlov Denis Yuryevich – President of the Russian Association of Historians of the First World War, Doctor of Historical Sciences (Russia, Moscow);

Natalia Slepukhina – General Director of the Y. Slepukhin Charitable Foundation “The Best Books for Libraries” (Russia, Leningrad Region).

Members:

Lyudmila Konstantinovna Blyudova – Director of the Leningrad Regional Universal Scientific Library (Russia, Leningrad Region);

Mikhail Sergeevich Glinka – member of the Writers’ Union of St. Petersburg, chairman of the Council of the Yu.G. Slepukhin Charitable Foundation “The best books for libraries” (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Domnin Igor Vladimirovich – Deputy Director for the Cultural and Historical Heritage of the Alexander Solzhenitsyn House of Russian Abroad (Russia, Moscow);

Ioffe Eleonora – a member of the Association of Scientific Writers and the Union of Finnish Translators, a member of the Writers’ Union of St. Petersburg (Finland, Helsinki);

Kazin Alexander Leonidovich Director of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Moskvin Viktor Aleksandrovich – Director of the Alexander Solzhenitsyn’ House of Russian Abroad, Candidate of Historical Sciences (Russia, Moscow);

Nekrasov Sergey Mikhailovich – director of the All-Russian Museum A.S.Pushkin, doctor of cultural studies (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Polonsky Vadim Vladimirovich – Director of the Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Philology (Russia, Moscow);

Strashkova Olga Konstantinovna – Professor of the Department of Domestic and World Literature at the Humanitarian Institute of the North Caucasus Federal University, Doctor of Philology (Russia, Stavropol);

Tolstoy, Mikhail Nikitich – Associate Research Scientist

St. Petersburg Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Tchaikovsky Evgeny Valerievich – Chairman of the Committee on Culture of the Leningrad Region (Russia, Leningrad Region);

Chernyaev Vladimir Yuryevich – Leading Research Scientist, St. Petersburg Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Candidate of Historical Sciences (Russia, St. Petersburg);

Shumilin Dmitry Anatolyevich – Deputy Director for Research of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts, Ph.D. (Russia, St. Petersburg).

The main issues for discussion:

  1. The scientific contribution of Russian emigration to the understanding of both world wars;
  2. World wars in the destinies of Russian emigrants and repatriates;
  3. World wars in fiction and journalism of the Russian Diaspora;
  4. The Second World War in the life and work of Yu.G.Slepukhin.

 

Other proposals for discussion within the announced issues are also accepted.

The Organizing Committee reviews applications for participation and abstracts (up to 300 words) and decides on the inclusion of reports in the program of the Conference. Duration of reports: 15–20 minutes.

Please send your applications and abstracts to e-mail: slepuhin-fond@yandex.ru

Applications for poster presentations are also accepted (5-7 pages of A-4 format).

Applications are accepted until August 15, 2018. An invitation will be sent to each conference participant.

During the conference participants will provide meals.

It planned to publish the conference proceedings.

Application form

CONTACTS:

Petro Bazanov

Kozlov Denis Yurevich

Slepuhina Natalia

Tel .: + 7 (921) 976-5854; e-mail: slepuhin-fond@yandex.ru

News about the conference, please visit:. www.yslepukhin.ru