Slavic-Eurasian Research Center 2019 Winter International Symposium
Together with National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow (HSE)

Царские регионы между литературными воображениями и геополитикой
Tsars’ Regions
between Literary Imaginations and Geopolitics

Date: December 12-13, 2019
Venue: Room 403, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center (SRC), Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
Language: Russian and English
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 Program

 
 Thursday, December 12
   
13:00-13:15 Opening Remarks
 
13:15-15:45 Session 1. Imagined Regions
 

Ekaterina Boltunova (HSE),

Центральная Россия как периферия: историко-географические презентационные модели периода Российской империи
Central Russia as a Periphery: Historical and Geographical Presentation Models in Imperial Russia

Nataliia Gorskaia (Smolensk State University, Russia),

Польша и польские восстания XIX века в воспоминаниях дворян приграничных территорий (на материалах Смоленской губернии)
Poland and Polish Uprisings in the Nineteenth Century as Seen in the Nobles’ Memoirs: Cases from Smolensk Province

Sergei Liubichankovskii (Orenburg State Pedagogical University, Russia),

Образ Оренбургского края в отчетах его гражданских губернаторов (конец XIX – начало XX вв.)
The Image of the Orenburg Region in Civil Governors’ Records at the Turn of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Anatolii Savchenko (Institute of History, Archeology, and Ethnography of Peoples of the Far East, Vladivostok, Russia),

Геополитическая мифология Российского Дальнего Востока
Geopolitical Mythology of the Russian Far East

Discussant:

Yoko Aoshima (Kobe University, Japan)

Chair: David Rainbow (University of Houston, USA)
 
15:45-16:00 Coffee break
 
16:00-18:00 Session 2. Religious Imaginations of Regions
 

Darius Staliunas (Lithuanian Institute of History, Vilnius, Lithuania),

Северо-западный край в ментальных картах имперских властей и не доминирующих этноконфессиональных групп
North-West Region in the Mental Maps of Tsarist Authorities and Non-Dominant Ethno-Confessional Peoples

Norihiro Naganawa (SRC),

Назад в будущее? Путешествие в Закаспию и Бухару в эпоху пара и печати
Back to the Future? Travels to Transcaspia and Bukhara in the Age of Steam and Print

Nikolay Tsyrempilov (Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan),

Москва как Шамбала: взгляд бурятского ламы на коронационные торжества 1896 года
Moscow as Shamballa: One Buryat Lama’s Observation of Coronation Ceremonies in 1896

Discussant: Rozaliya Garipova (Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan / SRC)
Chair: Yoko Aoshima (Kobe University, Japan)
 
18:30- Reception at Sapporo Aspen Hotel
 
  Friday, December 13
10:00-12:00 Session 3. Changing Literary Imaginations
 

Evgeny Dobrenko (University of Sheffield, UK / SRC),

«Чем заплачу я добрым русским людям?»: производство национальных культурных канонов и образов дореволюционного прошлого в сталинском кино
“What Will I Pay to Good Russian People?”: Production of National Cultural Canons and Images of the Pre-revolutionary Past in Stalin’s Cinema

Elena Penskaia (HSE),

Концепт «задворки империи» в русских травелогах конца XVIII - первой трети XIX вв.
The Concept of “Imperial Backyards” in Russian Travelogues at the Turn of the Eighteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries

Yusuke Toriyama (University of Tokyo, Japan),

Литературные образы Российской Империи конца XVIII – начала XIX веков
Literary Images of the Russian Empire at the Turn of the Eighteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries

Discussant: Daisuke Adachi (SRC)
Chair: Kinuyo Miyagawa (Sapporo University, Japan)
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:30 Session 4. Persistent Images of the Great Game in Central Asia (in English)
 

Akifumi Shioya (University of Tsukuba, Japan),  

Great Game and Abolitionism in Khiva: Anglo-Russian Rivalry in Nineteenth Century Central Asia

Ryosuke Ono (Waseda University, Japan),

How the Japanese Attempted to Cut into the Great Game in 1930s? Based on Sultanbek Bakhtiyar’s Odysseys

Nozima Davletova (University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan),

The Great Games of the Small: The Great Illusion Produced by the Karimov Era

Discussant: David Wolff (SRC)
Chair: Norihiro Naganawa (SRC)
15:30-15:45 Coffee break
15:45-17:45 Session 5. Regional Imaginations in the Dusk and Dawn of Empire

Halit Dundar Akarca (Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan),

Курды между Османской и Российской империями во время Первой мировой войны
Kurds between the Ottoman and Russian Empires during the WWI

Gennadii Korolov (Institute of History, NAS, Ukraine / SRC),

В поисках «земли Руской»: образ Украины в представлениях деятелей малороссийского движения (1917-1919 гг.)
In the search of lands of Rus’: Imagination of Ukraine in the perception of Little-Russian Movement (1917-1919)

David Rainbow (University of Houston, USA),

Революция из-за границы: сибирское областничество в 1920-х годах
Revolution from Abroad: Siberian Regionalism in the 1920s

Discussant: Tomohiko Uyama (SRC)
Chair: Ekaterina Boltunova (HSE)


Sponsored by International Laboratory of HSE “Russia’s Regions in Historical Perspective,” JSPS KAKENHI Grant Numbers 18H00697 (Democracy by Violence in the Twentieth Century: A Transnational History) and 19H01243 (A Comprehensive Study on the Melodramatic Imagination in Russian and Former Soviet Culture).
Supported by Japan Consortium for Area Studies (JCAS)
Organizing Committee:
Norihiro Naganawa, Ekaterina Boltunova , Yoichi Isahaya

 

 

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