Thirteenth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, U of Chicago, April 23

The following is a preliminary program for the 13th Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop and is subject to change.

Thirteenth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop

University of Chicago, April 23rd, 2010

9:30 am – 3:00 pm

Preliminary Program

9:30-10:00

Valentina Pichugin

“Medieval Russian Literature in Post-Soviet Russia”

10:00-10:30

Bill Darden

“Ungrammatical sentences in original East-Slavic religious writing produced by imitation of bad translations from Greek”

10:30-11:00

William Veder

“There is a Rift in Likhachev’s Textology”

11:00-11:30

David J. Birnbaum, Quinn Dombrowski, Predrag Matejic

“Adventures in Digital Filigranology”

11:30-12:00

Andy Dombrowski

“Orthography and the Jer shift in the Novgorod birch-bark Letters”

12:00-1:00  LUNCH  BREAK

1:00-1:30

David Miller

“The growth of everyday literacy reflected in land documents of the Trinity-Sergius monastery 1400-1600”

1:30-2:00

Christian Raffensperger

“Russian-Polish Dynastic Marriages: A Consanguineous Mess”

1:30-2:00

Brian J. Boek

“Congenital Cruelty or Hereditary Curse: The Divorce of Vassilii III and the Origins of Ivan the Terrible”

2:00-2:30

Elena N. Boek

“Trials of the Three-Handed Mother of God: Framing and Reframing the Miraculous from Serbia to Russia”

2:30-3:00

Ann Kleimola

“Convent, Cossacks, and Local Community: A Tangled Social Relationship”

Contact: Valentina Pichugin, vpichugi@uchicago.edu

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