Dear readers of H-EarlySlavic,
here are some recent academic position annoucements that partially cover our field of research (Slavic Studies prior to 1725).
- University of Texas - Austin, The Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies (DSES) in collaboration with the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Texas, Associate/Full Professor in History or Cultural Studies
#4 Webinar: J. Koryl (Jagiellonian University), Philosophies of Reformation: Socinian Metaphysics of Presence
Centre for the Study of the Reformation (Faculty of „Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw) and Koło Kultury Staropolskiej would like to invite you to the last e-seminar in the series of lectures, presenting Polish interdisciplinary research achievements in the broadly understood religious studies.
8 October: Jakub Koryl (Jagiellonian University)
"Philosophies of Reformation: Socinian Metaphysics of Presence"
RESILIENCE Webinar #3: A. Skolimowska, Corpus of Ioannes Dantiscus’ Texts and Correspondence (dantiscus.al.uw.edu.pl) – opportunities and perspectives
Centre for the Study of the Reformation (Faculty of „Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw) and Koło Kultury Staropolskiej wish to invite you to a series of online seminars. The meetings are aimed at presenting interdisciplinary Polish research on broadly understood religious studies. Each week the invited experts will discuss their chosen issues:
Dear H-Net Community,
Charles J. Halperin and Coming to Terms with Ivan the Terrible
Halperin, Ivan the Terrible: Free to Reward and Free to Punish. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019.
Brian J. Boeck, The Lady Vanishes: The Death of Anastasiia and Ivan's Regression to Ancestral Evil
Sergei Bogatyrev, Ivan the Terrible and Philip the Prudent
Paul Bushkovitch, The Trojan War at the Court of Ivan the Terrible
Humanities Bulletin Journal - Call for papers
Submission Deadline: October 25, 2020
Vol. 3, No. 2 - November, 2020
[Crosspost from the Byzantine Studies Assocaition of North America which might interest some members of H-Early Slavic.]
In the Spring issue of Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History there are a number of articles on Political Concepts in 18th-Century Russia, as well as a paper concerning Fasting in Muscovy. See the full ToC below.
Reposted from H-Russia:
Kritika, Volume 21, Number 2 (Spring 2020) Contents
FROM THE EDITORS
On Red-Baiting, Then and Now . . . 229
Fellowship CFA: “Rethinking Premodern Jewish Legal Cultures” 2021-22 Katz Center/University of Pennsylvania