H. E. Francesco Puccio, the Ambassador of Italy in Latvia Professor Gvido Straube, Dean of the Faculty of History and Philosophy of the University of Latvia



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University of Latvia
in cooperation with
Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Science and
The branch of the Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Science in Saratov


International scientific conference
”Past, Present and Future of the Italian studies


in the Baltic states and Russia:

In honour of Professor Aleksandra Rolova”
Riga, November 25-27, 2010

Small Hall of the University of Latvia, Raiņa blv. 19


Conference programme

Conference organisational Committee:

Ilgvars Misāns (Riga; head of the committee), Nina Devyataikina (Saratov), Valda Kļava (Riga), Andris Šnē (Riga), Pavel Uvarov (Moscow)
25. 11. 2010.

9.00 Opening of the conference
Professor Mārcis Auziņš, Rector of the University of Latvia

H.E. Francesco Puccio, the Ambassador of Italy in Latvia

Professor Gvido Straube, Dean of the Faculty of History and Philosophy of the University of Latvia
Section I: The Italian studies in the past and present: historiographic sketches

Morning session

9.15–10.30 Chairman: Ojārs Spārītis

Ilgvars Misāns (Riga): Trends and deadlocks in the course of the development of the Italian studies in Latvia within the context of the national historiography
Valda Kļava (Riga): The role of the Western European Middle Age and Early Modern Age in the lectures and scientific research of the historians of the Latvia State University
10.30–11.00 Coffee break
11.00–13.00 Chairman: Nina Revyakina

Nina Ivanovna Devyataikina (Saratov): The Italian studies in Russia in the 20th century: methodologies and research issues, achievements and problems in the study of early Humanism of the Renaissance
Mark Arkadyevich Yusim (Moscow): Multiculturalism and the Italian studies in Russia
Boris Solomonovich Kaganovich (St.-Petersburg): Benedetto Croce and the Italian Studies in Russia

13.00–14.00 Lunch
Afternoon session: Chairman: Pavel Uvarov

14.00–15.15

Sergey Pavlovich Karpov (Moscow): The Russian studies in the Italian archives about the history of the northern coasts of the Black Sea
Marina Samarina (St.-Petersburg): The historical tradition of the Silver Age about Saint Franciscus of Assisi as a forerunner of the Renaissance
15.15 –15.45 Coffee break
15.45 –17.00

Ludmilla Dubyeva (Tartu): The Italian studies of Professor J. F. Shmurlo in his Dorpat period
Mikhail Vladimirovich Kovalyov (Saratov): The Italian studies in circle of the Russian exile (J. F. Shmurlo)
26. 11. 2010

Morning session: Chairman: Sergey Karpov

9.00-11.00

Section I: The Italian studies in the past and present: historiographic sketches
Pavel Yuryevich Uvarov (Moscow): The studies of the Italian Wars of the 16th century on the basis of materials from the archives of Russia
Irina Aleksandrovna Krasnova (Stavropol): The house registers of the Florentine citizens in the historical studies of the second half of the 20th century
Jelena Pavlovna Tel’menko (Stavropol): The characteristics of preacher and prophet in the 20th century historical research on Savonarola
11.00–11. 30 Coffee break
11. 30–12. 45

Tatiana Viktorovna Kushch (Yekaterinburg): The formation of studia graecorum in Italy: the contribution of Manuel Chrysoloras
Ludmila Borisovna Vol’fcun (St.-Petersburg): The Italian Studies in the Russian State Public Library
12.45-14.00 Lunch
Afternoon session: Chairman: Nina Devyataikina

Section II: Renaissance, Humanism and Evangelism

14. 00–16.00
Nina Viktorovna Revyakina (Ivanovo): The views of the Italian humanist Giannozzo Manetti about the human creativity
Ojārs Spārītis (Riga): The role of art and music in the Age of Confessionalism in Riga: how to transcript the iconology of the Italian Humanism to the language of the early Protestantism
Dainora Počūte (Vilnius): The Italian Evangelism and the beginnings of the Reformation in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
16.00-16.30 Coffee break
16. 30–17.45

Section III: The Social and Spiritual History of the Medieval and Renaissance Italy
Nataliya Bronislavovna Sredinskaya (St.-Petersburg): The history of Ferrara through the eyes of history of the Sacrati House (on the basis of cases of the 13th – 14th centuries)
Larissa Mikhailovna Lukyanova (Saratov): The ideas of the Renaissance about the works of tutor and scientist (on the basis of tractate “De remediis utriusque fortunae” by Francesco Petrarca)
17. 45 Final conclusions: Nina Devyataikina and Ilgvars Misāns

Concluding remarks by Professor Aleksandra Rolova

Conference is supported by







COMAO

(Consorzio Mediterraneo Agroalimentare Ortofrutticolo)




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