北海道大学スラブ・ユーラシア研究センター 2024 夏期国際シンポジウム

The Crucible of a New World?

Russia’s Borderlands at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century

日時:2024年7月18日(木)-19日(金)

会場: 北海道大学 スラブ・ユーラシア研究センター 4階大会議室(403室)
開催方式:対面参加のみ

使用言語: 英語(通訳なし)
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参加申込はこちらから(締め切り:7月7日)

 
  7月18日 (木)
 
9:20- 9:30(GMT+9) Opening Remarks
   
 
9:30-11:30(GMT+9) Session 1: “Tradition and Modernization”
 
Speakers: Tetsu Akiyama (Hokkaido University of Education)

“Nomadic Central Asia Facing “the Age of Nationalism”: A Comparative Analysis of Qazaq and Qirghiz Elites”

  Andrei Cusco (Romanian Academy)

“The Orthodox Church, the National Question, and the Spectre of 'Separatism' in Early Twentieth-Century Bessarabia (1905-1914)”

  Masumi Isogai (Chiba University)

“Cooperation on the "Morality" of Muslim Women among Muslim Intellectuals and the Islamic Religious Administration in Russia”

Discussant: Jin Noda (SRC/Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)【Online】
Moderator: Motoki Nomachi (SRC)
 
13:00-15:00(GMT+9) Session 2: “Nationality Issues in the New Context”
 
Speakers: Darius Staliūnas (Lithuanian Institute of History)

“Successes and failures of the tsarist nationality policy in the late imperial period (the case of Lithuania and Belarus)”

  Yoko Aoshima (SRC)

“Private and elementary schools in the Baltic and Polish provinces after 1905”

  Ivan Sablin (Heidelberg University/Institute of Contemporary History, Ljubljana)

“Community Building in (Post)Imperial Parliaments: Buryat Deputies and Imperial Transformations”

Discussant: Tomohiko Uyama (SRC)
Moderator: Viktoriia Antonenko (SRC)
 
15:30-18:00(GMT+9) Session 3: “Globalization: Society, Economy, Infrastructure”
 
Speakers: Jennifer Keating (University College Dublin)【Online】

“Pastoralists, global markets and frictions of empire in early twentieth century Central Asia: A view from the Karkara valley”

  Yukimura Sakon (Kyushu University)

“The Arrival of Globalization in the Russian Far East: The Russian Empire and Traffic Changes on the Eve of World War I”

  Anton Kotenko (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)

“Peripheral Modernity: Cities of the Romanov Borderlands as Hubs of Innovations”

  Akifumi Shioya (University of Tsukuba)

“Khan, Entrepreneurs and Empire: Imperial Russian Developement Projects in Khiva, 1908-1917”

Discussant: David Wolff (SRC)
Moderator: Hyunjoo Naomi Chi (Hokkaido University)
 
  7月19日 (金)
 
10:00-12:00(GMT+9) Session 4: “Protest, Conflict, Violence”
 
Speakers: Sarah Slye (Independent scholar)

“Cross-Border Networks of Rebellion in the Caucasus, 1900-1916”

  Anke Hilbrenner (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)

“About Jews and other anarchists: Terrorism in the southwestern borderlands of the Russian Empire and the revolution of 1905”

  Stephanie Ziehaus (University of Vienna)

“The Blagoveshchensk Anti-Chinese pogroms 1900 and beyond: the role of Baikal Cossacks in the Amur region”

Discussant: Norihiro Naganawa (SRC)
Moderator: Daisuke Adachi (SRC)
13:30-15:30(GMT+9) Session 5: “From Russia's Borderlands to the World”
 
Speakers: Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky (UC Santa Barbara)

“Muslim Displacement from Late Tsarist and Early Soviet Central Asia”

  Roman Katsman (Bar-Ilan University)

“Ukraine – Siberia – The Land of Israel: Avraham Vysotsky in 1908-1920”

  Catherine Gibson (University of Tartu)

“Bounds of Empathy: Intra-Imperial Humanitarianism in the Baltic Provinces”

Discussant: Taro Tsurumi (University of Tokyo)
Moderator: Akihiro Iwashita (SRC)
16:00-18:00(GMT+9) Session 6: “New Political Projects”
 
Speakers: Wiktor Marzec (University of Warsaw)【Online】

“Post-imperial Statehood and Interface Peripheries of the Russian Empire”

  Mirlan Bektursunov (Kyoto University)

“Seeing Soviet Through Lineage: Kyrgyz Lineages and Early Soviet Rule”

  Oleksandr Polianichev (Södertörn University)

“A Ukrainianizing Empire? Tsarist Governance and “Little Russian” Patriotism in the North Caucasus, 1906–1917”

Discussant: Sayaka Kaji (Iwate University)【Online】
Moderator: Jasmina Gavrankapetanović-Redžić (SRC)


 

 Sponsored by:
・ JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Melting Empire: Modernizing State and Destabilized Society in the Borderlands of Late Imperial Russia"
・ Platform for Explorations in Survival Strategies at the Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University
・ NIHU Transdisciplinary Project “Area Studies Project for Northeast Asia”
・ Research Unit for Ukraine and Neighboring Areas

 

 Supported by:
 Japan Consortium for Area Studies (JCAS) 

 

    
  Contact:Yoko Aoshima  yoko.aoshima[at]slav.hokudai.ac.jp ([at] reads as @) 

 

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