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Confessional Fluidity and the Byzantine Inheritance In Ruthenia

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Confessional Fluidity and the Byzantine Inheritance In Ruthenia


This conference is devoted to the political, religious and cultural re-visioning that fundamentally reordered the early modern Ruthenian world (pre-modern Ukraine) to accommodate the multiple cultural and historic forces that coalesced in the formation of personal, local, transcultural and ecumenical identities of Ruthenians.
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PROGRAMME:

9.00-11.00 Session I: Literature, print culture and confessions, part 1
Natalia Sinkevych (Kyiv), The 17th-century historical and hagiographical narrative, between Rome, Constantinople, Moscow and Warsaw
Florent Mouchard (Rennes), Jakub Jan Susza’s hagiographic narrative: Confessional fluidity as a rhetorical strategy
Simon Franklin (Cambridge),Discussant

11.30-1.00 Session I: Literature, print culture and confessions, part 2
Laurent Tatarenko (Paris/Lublin), Linguistic pluralism and confession building in the Ruthenian clergies of the 17th century
Vera Tchentsova (Oxford), Shifting confessions: Orthodox co-religionists from abroad in Moscow in the first half of the 17th century
Ralph Cleminson (Oxford), Discussant

2.30-5.00 Session II: Art and ritual
Maria Takala-Roszczenko (Joensuu), Ruthenian hymnography and ritual and the construction of confessional identities
Nazar Kozak (Lviv), ‘Dumb as Fishes’: The Akathistos hymn and visual polemics in the 16th-century Kyivan metropolitanate
Olenka Pevny (Cambridge), ‘Kiouia nostra coelom est’: Petro Mohyla’s re-visioning of Rus monuments in Kyiv
Ágnes Kriza (Cambridge University)

EVENT SPONSORED BY: La Maison française d’Oxford & Cambridge Ukrainian Studies
Convenors: Olenka Pevny (Cambridge University), Vera Tchentsova (MFO), Vivien Prigent (MFO)



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