INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Routes of literary communication of Eastern and Southern Slavs in the 11th-20th centuries

21-22 November 2019, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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SOUTH AND EAST SLAVS:

DIVERSITY AND INTERACTION OF WRITTEN CULTURES 11TH‐20TH C.
VIRTUAL MUSEUM

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SOUTH AND EAST SLAVS:

DIVERSITY AND INTERACTION OF WRITTEN CULTURES 11TH‐20TH C.
VIRTUAL MUSEUM

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SOUTH AND EAST SLAVS:

DIVERSITY AND INTERACTION OF WRITTEN CULTURES 11TH‐20TH C.
VIRTUAL MUSEUM

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SOUTH AND EAST SLAVS:

DIVERSITY AND INTERACTION OF WRITTEN CULTURES 11TH‐20TH C.
VIRTUAL MUSEUM

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project

SESDiva

SESDiva aims at creating a virtual museum of written culture in relation to the social, religious, cultural, and ideological environment and relations between the South and East Slavs throughout the centuries from the 11th to the beginning of the 20th century. A web portal is created to visualize milestones of the exchange of written artifacts and the attitude towards them.

Project acronym: SESDiva. Project No. 156
Duration: 2018-2020
Program: ERA.Net RUS Plus Call 2017 ‐ S&T Projects

Project consortium

Coordinator
  • Bulgaria, Institute for Literature, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Prof. Anissava Miltenova
Participants
  • Russia, Institute of Slavic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof. Igor Kaliganov - project leader
  • Belgium, Department of Languages and Cultures, Ghent University, Prof. Dieter Stern - project leader

Financial support

  • Bulgarian National Science Fund, BNSF (Bulgaria), contract No. DO 02/2/12.06.2018.
  • Russian Foundation for Basic Research, RFBR (Russia), contract No. 18-512-76004/01.02.2018.
  • Research Foundation – Flanders, FWO (Belgium)

Institute for Literature, BAS

Institute of Slavic Studies, RAS

Department of Languages and Cultures

team

WHO WE ARE

•  Institute for Literature
of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
•  Institute of Slavic Studies
of the Russian Academy of Sciences
•  Department of Languages and Cultures,
Section Slavic and East‐European Studies,
Ghent University

virtual rooms

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Room 1

The oldest and most famous written heritage 11th-16th c.

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Room 2

Migrating books, texts, ideas: a literary and cultural exchange between Southern and Eastern Slavs.

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Room 3

Centres of communication throughout the centuries (Mount Athos, Moscow, Odessa, Rila monastery, etc.)

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Room 4

National Slavic Revival in the Balkans and Russia (Reception of the Balkan writers of 18th-19th c. in Russia).

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