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Summer International Symposium
Construction and Deconstruction of National Histories in Slavic Eurasia
From July 10 through 13, 2002
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July 10, 2002
15:00-17:30: Welcoming Remarks by HAYASHI Tadayuki, Hokkaido University (Japan)

Opening Lectures

Vladimir Buldakov (Institute of Russian History, RAS, Russia)

"Attempts of ‘Nationalisation’ of Russian and Soviet History in the Newly Independent Slavic States"

Andreas Kappeler (University of Vienna, Austria)

"The Russian Empire and Its Nationalities in Post-Soviet Historiographies"
17:30- Beer Reception (Room 328 of the SRC)
Juiy 11, 2002
9:30-12:00: Session 1 : Narratives of National Histories in the Post-Communist Era

Victor Shnirelman (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, Russia)

"Constructed Primordialism: The Identity and Ancestry of the North Caucasian Turks in the Soviet and Post-Soviet Milieu"

NAGAYO Susumu (Waseda University, Japan)

"The Paradox of Slovak Historiography: The ‘Hot Potato’ Independent Slovak State, 1939-1945"

Henry Abramson (Florida Atlantic University, USA)

"The End of Intimate Insularity: New Narratives of Jewish History in the Post-Soviet Era"
Discussants: SHIOKWA Nobuaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
OBIYA Chika (Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)
Chair: MATSUZATO Kimitaka (Hokkaido University, Japan)
12:00-13:30: Lunch Break
13:30-15:30: Session 2 : Culture and National History (part 1)

Tomas Glanc (Charles University, Czech Republic)

"Method, Message, Manipulation: Remarks on the Writing of History"

KAIZAWA Hajime (Waseda University, Japan)

" Nationalization of the History of Russian Literature in the Second Half of the 19th Century: A.N. Pypin’s Study of Russian National Literature"
Discussants: KAWABATA Kaori (Kawamura Gakuen Woman's University, Japan)
NONAKA Susumu (Saitama University, Japan)
Chair: UDA Fumio (Sofia University, Japan)
15:45-17:45: Session 3 : Culture and National History (part 2)

Milena Bartlova (Charles University, Czech Republic)

"The Search for Deep Roots: Medieval Art in the Historiographies of the Central European Nations"

Panayot Dimitrov Karagyozov (Charles University, Czech Republic)

"A Survey of Slavic Nationalism"
Discussants: NUMANO Mitsuyoshi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
SUZUKI Michitaka (Okayama University, Japan)
Chair: INOUE Koichi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
18:30-20:30: Reception at Sapporo Aspen Hotel
July 12, 2002
9:30-11:30: Session 4 : Modernization and Nationalism in the Russian Empire

Mikhail Dolbilov (Voronezh State University, Russia)

"The Emancipation Reform of 1861 in Russia and the Nationalism of the Imperial Bureaucracy"

UYAMA Tomohiko (Hokkaido University, Japan)

"The Role of the Russian Colonial Administration in the Formation of the Kazakhs' "Imagined Community" :Dala Walayatining Gazeti (1888-1902)"
Discussants: MATSUZATO Kimitaka(Hokkaido University, Japan)
KOMATSU Hisao (University of Tokyo)
Chair: IEDA Osamu (Hokkaido University, Japan)
11:30-13:00: Lunch Break
13:00-15:00: Session 5 : Islam and State

Allen Frank (USA)

"Islamic Transformation and Russian Rule on the Kazakh Steppe: 1742-1917"

KITAGAWA Seiichi (Tohoku University, Japan)

"Nationalization of Mufiyats in the South Caucasus"
Discussants: John Schoeberlein (Harvard University, USA)
UYAMA Tomohiko(Hokkaido University, Japan)
Chair: HARA Teruyuki (Hokkaido University, Japan)
15:15-17:15: Session 6 : Modernity and National Consciousness in Central and Eastern Europe

Vladimir Paounovsky (Balkan Institute, BAS, Bulgaria)

"Bulgarian Policy on the Balkan Countries and National Minorities: 1878-1912"

SHINOHARA Taku (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)

"Communal Autonomy as a Base of Civil Society: Local Politics and the Building of National Culture in Bohemia in the Nineteenth Century"
Discussants: MINAMIZUKA Shingo (Chiba University, Jpana)
SAHARA Tetsuya (Meiji University, Japan)
Chair: HAYASHI Tadayuki(Hokkaido University, Japan)
July 13, 2002 Excursion: Historical Museum of Hokkaido, Historical Village of Hokkaido