7th International Hilandar Conference: "Preserving and Accessing Medieval Slavic Manuscripts"

August 15, 2017
Friday, June 15, 2018 - 9:30am to Sunday, June 17, 2018 - 12:00pm
Thompson Library 165 and Pfahl Conference Center 302
Manuscript

Announcing:

The 7th International Hilandar Conference:

“Preserving and Accessing Medieval Slavic Manuscripts"

June 15-17, 2018

at The Ohio State University 

Columbus, Ohio

 

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Hilandar Room 

and recognizing the contributions of Professor Predrag Matejic to medieval Slavic studies

Co-sponsored by the Resource Center for Medieval Slavic Studies, the Hilandar Research Library, the College of Arts and Sciences, University Libraries, Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and the Center for Slavic and East European Studies at The Ohio State University.

Friday, June 15, 2018

William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, Room 165

 
9:30-9:45 am     Welcome 
    Damon E. Jaggars, Vice-Provost and Director, University Libraries 
    Angela Brintlinger, Professor, Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, College of Arts & Sciences
 
9:45-11:00 am          Panel 1
 
   Hilandar and Khrabŭr - Roland Marti, Germany
 
   Monk Panteleimon, Prohegumenos of Hilandar Monastery 
    - Margaret Dimitrova, Bulgaria
 
   The Term “Menologium” Covers a Variety of Things 
    - Francis J. Thomson, Belgium
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11:00-11:15 am         Break
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11:15-12:45 pm         Panel 2
 
   Shifting Focus: From Manuscript to Text - William Veder, The Netherlands
 
   Liturgical Source as Musical Book: Chanting Practices in Slavia Ortho-
   doxa–Revelations from Newly-Accessed Material - Greg Myers, Canada
 
   Textual Transmissions of Alexandriada: Aims and Principles of  a Modern 
   Edition - Antoaneta Granberg, Sweden
 
   A Critical Edition of Hilandar’s Alexandria - Susana Torres Prieto, Spain
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12:45-2:00 pm         Lunch
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2:15-3:45 pm           Panel 3
 
   Two Documents from the Hilandar Research Library and their Digital    
    Footprint - Mihailo Popović, Austria
  
   Printing of the Hilandar Edicts and Issues Posed by Textual Normaliza-
   tion - Tom  Elvins, USA
 
   Teaching Diplomatics in an Undiplomatic Age: A Prolegomenon on 
   Preservation of Interest in Hilandar’s Edict Collection 
    - Petar Milich, USA
 
    Accessing Slavic Manuscripts in American Libraries 
    - Anna Arays, USA 
 

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Pfahl Conference Center, Room 302

 
9-10:15 am               Panel 4
      
   Medieval Moldavian Tetraevangelia and Their Afterlives 
    - Alice Isabella Sullivan, USA
 
   Swedish Collections of Medieval Slavic Manuscripts - Per Ambrosiani, Sweden
 
   Watermarks in the Swedish Collections of Medieval Slavic Manuscripts
    - Antoaneta Granberg, Sweden
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10:15-10:30 am         Break
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10:30-12:15 pm         Panel 5
 
   Palaeoslavic Sources and Legacy in Scholarly Projects of the Ceraneum     
   Centre at the University of Łódż - Ivan Petrov, Poland
   
   Chants from the Orthodox Soul: Textual Formation, Production and Per-
   formance Contexts of Slavic Spiritual Verses - Matilde Casas Olea, Spain
       
   The Translation Work and Legacy of Jerolim (Jerko) Grskovic (1889- 1943) 
   -  Jerome Grskovic, USA
 
   Liturgical Sermons of Kievan Metropolitan Gregory Tsamblak in the 
   Context of Byzantine Literary Legacy - Adelina Angusheva (via Skype), UK
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12:15-1:30 pm         Lunch
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1:45-3:00 pm           Panel 6
 
   Russian Princely Service: Particularities and Stages in its Development  
    - Victoria Legkikh, Austria
 
   The Figure of the Prince Martyr in the East Slavic Hymnography in the   
   Centenary of the Murders of Tsar Nicholas II and the Imperial Family 
    - Enrique Santos Marinas, Spain
 
   The Second Redactions of the Vita of St. Nil Stolbenskii: Dating and 
   Authorship - Isolde Thyrêt, USA
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3:00-3:15 pm         Break
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3:15-4:30 pm         Panel 7
 
   The Circulation and Use of Church Slavonic and Romanian Translations of   
   the Psalter in Moldova, Wallachia and Transylvania in the Sixteenth 
   Century - Constanta Burlacu, UK
 
   Translation of Byzantine Culture along the Preslav-Kiev Route: A Case
   Study of the Izbornik of Svyatoslav 1073 - Özlem Eren, USA
 
   Translating Sex in Slavic Medical Literature - Rosie Finlinson, UK
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6pm-8pm     Reception in honor of Predrag Matejic
                    Pfahl Conference Center, 3rd floor break area
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Sunday, June 17, 2018

Pfahl Conference Center, Room 302

 
9-10:30 am             Panel 8
 
   Old Church Slavonic Hymnography between Translation and Original 
   Composition - Sergejus Temčinas, Lithuania
   
   Priest Gerasimus’s Hand and Its Greek Prototypes 
    - Georgi Parpulov, Bulgaria
 
   Spiritual Brotherhoods: A Comparison of Slavic and Byzantine Manuscript 
   Traditions - Nick Mayhew, UK
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10:30-10:45 am        Break
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10:45-Noon              Roundtable on Future Directions of Medieval Slavic Studies
 
Noon                        Conference ends

 

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