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The academic magazine of the Institute of Slavic Studies (Russian Academy of Sciences) “Slavic Almanac” (the editor-in-chief is Konstantin Nikiforov) has been published since 1997. Since 2015 it is published in four issues twice a year.

The magazine is one of the leading Russian periodicals dedicated to the problems of Slavic studies. It is an actively growing field that focuses on languages, literature, folklore, material and spiritual culture of the Slavic peoples. The magazine brings together Russian Slavists, it creates and supports their connections with researchers from other countries, informs readers about current problems and achievements of the Slavic studies.

The magazine is included into the Register of leading academic magazines and editions, recommended for publishing main results of Ph.D. and habilitation theses. Since 31.10.2012, the magazine is included into the Russian Academic Quotation Index (RAQI/РИНЦ).

The magazine considers manuscripts only in the Russian language. All materials to be published are to be provided with a resume and keywords in Russian and English.

The magazine meets the “Requirements for peer-reviewed academic editions to be included into the register or peer-reviewed academic editions to publish main results of Ph.D. (and habilitation) theses”, established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, order No 793 on July, 25th, 2014.

The edition is included into the Russian Academic Quotation Index (RAQI/РИНЦ) and submits information about its publications in a three-month timespan after the issue is published.

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2010

 

The 15th volume of the miscellany contains materials of the international research conference “Slavic World: Community and Variety” as well as other research forums which took place during the Days of Slavic Writings and Culture in Moscow in 2010”. Traditional parts of the miscellany include articles on actual problems of history, literature, culture and languages of Slavic peoples from Middle Ages till nowadays. The book is designed both for specialists and for a broad circle of readers.

 

 

Content

 

From Editorial Board

 

Plenary Meeting

Florya B. N. (Moscow). International Life of the Eastern Part of Europe of the 14th – the Beginning of the 15th cent.: the Way to the Battle of Grunwald

Lapteva L. P. (Moscow). I. S. Palmov, Professor of the St. Petersburg Spiritual Academy as a Historian of Foreign Churches

 

History

 

Averyanov К. А. (Moscow). Chronology of Versions of the Life of Sergiy of Radonezh

Danish М. (Bratislava). Slovakian-Russian Scientific Contacts in the 18th cent.

Makarova G. V. (Moscow). Some Archive Strokes to the Biography of a Member of Polish Liberation Movement of the End of the 18th cent. – Joachim Mokossey Denisko

Bushin V. S. (Pavlograd). Typology of Provincial Towns of Novorossiya of the Last Quarter of the 18th – the Middle of the 19th cent.

Lapteva L. P. (Moscow). University Slavic Studies in Russia for the First Century of Their Existence (1835–1935)

Aksionova Е. P. (Moscow). А. V. Florovsky on the Status and Traditions of Slavic Studies among Russian Emigration

Kossik V. I. (Moscow). To the Portrait of the Primate of the Croation Orthodox Church Metropolitan Hermogenes

Mayorova О. N. (Moscow). Position of Washington in Respect to the Events in Poland in 1989 (on the Base of the Materials of the Correspondence of the Embassy of Poland in the U.S.A. and the Foreign Ministry of Polish People’s Republic)

Timofeev А. Yu. (Beograd). Chronology of One Revolution. By the 10th Anniversary of the Events of October 2000 in Serbia

Koloskov Е. А. (Moscow). Macedonian-Greek Polemics on the Name: Aspects, Stages and Searches for a Solution

Osipova А. V. (Moscow). From Separatism to Extremism: the Creation of the Kosovo Liberation Army

 

History of Culture

 

Babalyk М. G. (Petrozavodsk). Old Russian Apocrypha “Conversations of Three Hierarchs”: on Some Folklore Parallels

Leskinen М. V. (Moscow). Linguistic Factor of Ethnic Identification in the Period of Shaping of the Discipline of Ethnography in Russia (18–19th cent.)

Plotnikova А. А. (Moscow). Ambivalence of Evaluation in Traditional Folk Culture (on the Base of the Materials of the “Slavic Antiquities” Thesaurus)

Gushcheva О. I. (Minsk). To the Question of Auto- and Geterostereotypes of Pole at the Border of Poland, Lithuanian and Belorussia

Shchavinskaya L. L. (Moscow). “Kantyczka” of 1914 in the History of Folk Literature of Belorussians

Starikova N. N. (Moscow). The Theme of the Reformation in Slovenian Historical Fiction: “Chronicle of the Mansion of Vysokoe” Novel by I. Tavcar

Shvedova N. V. (Moscow). Surrealism in Literature and Art of Slovakia

 

Linguistics

 

Efimova V. S. (Moscow). A Lexical Criterion of the History of Studying of Monuments of Old Slavic Literature and New Possibilities of its Usage

Vendina Т. I. (Moscow). Lexical Isoglosses in the Slavic Language World: Russian-Serbian Lexical Parallels

Gordievskaya М. L. (Moscow). Abstract Quantitative Concepts in Russian Llanguage (from the Experience of Analysis of Syntactic Connection)

Labrosskaya V. (Skopje). Archaisms in Southeastern Macedonian Dialects: Extreme Southern Borders of the Slavic Language Space

Boronnikova N. V. (Perm’). Deictic Indicators of Macedonian Language as a Way of Organization of Personal Space

Bushuev P. А. (Moscow). Presentation of Topical Vocabulary of Spiritual Culture in a Dialect Dictionary

 

Publications

Shemyakin А. L., Silkin А. А. (Moscow). “Down with Monarchy! Long live King Peter!” (From the Notes by a Serbian Academician)

Edemsky А. B. (Moscow). Tracing the Steps of Secret Consultations in Bryony on November 2–3, 1956

 

Reviews

Kochegarov C. А. (Moscow). General Patrick Gordon and Hetman Ivan Samoilovich in 1679–1680. (A Note on the Publication of the Next Volume of “Diary” of P. Gordon)

Stykalin А. S. (Moscow). A New Research on the History of Soviet-Yugoslavian Relations

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L. (Moscow). In the Creative Laboratory of Ivan Franko

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). A Valuable Work on the History of Orthodoxy of Rusyns

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). A Navigator in the World of Lemkos Studies

Chronicles

Dostal’ М. Yu. (Moscow). The International Research Conference “On the Border of Cultures: Russian Emigration in Czech Republic between World Wars”

Serapionova Е. P. (Moscow). The International Research Conference “Subject Matter of East-West in the Relations of Slovakia and Russia”

 

Information aboutn the Authors

 

 

Summaries

Aksionova Е. P.

А. V. Florovsky on the Status and Traditions of Slavic Studies among Russian Emigration

In his reviews of emigrants’ literature Florovsky accented attention at researches in the field of history and culture of Slavic peoples and designed a circle of problems which Russian scholars met abroad. He also marked a certain progress of the best traditions of Russian studies, its longing for development and readiness to attract research traditions of the countries of residence.

Key words: Slavic studies, Russian emigration, А. V. Florovsky.

 

Averyanov К. А.

Chronology of Versions of the Life of Sergiy of Radonezh

The author analyzes the history of creation of the Life of Sergiy of Radonezh and defines the chronology of its versions in the context of canonization of Sergiy of Radonezh.

Key words: canonization, lives of Russian saints, the Trinity Sergiev Monastery, Sergiy of Radonezh, Epiphany the Wise, Pachomius Logothete.

 

Babalyk М. G.

Old Russian Apocrypha “Conversations of Three Hierarchs”: on Some Folklore Parallels

The author analyzes the interrelations of an Old Russian apocrypha “Conversations of Three Hierarchs” and folklore genres: legends, parables and riddles. The research is based on the unpublished manuscripts of the “Conversation…” of the 17-20th cent.

Key words: written literature and folklore, apocrypha, parables, riddles.

 

Boronnikova N. V.

Deictic Indicators of Macedonian Language as a Way of Organization of Personal Space

The article deals with the phenomenon of personal space, a sphere which a person associates with himself and appropriates in a certain moment. Personal space is a fragment of a naïve picture of the world and it finds its reflection in the language. The basement of the organization of personal space is a deictic triad: I – here – now.

Key words: personal space, Macedonian language, deictic system.

 

Bushin V. S.

Typology of Provincial Towns of Novorossiya of the Last Quarter of the 18th – the Middle of the 19th cent.

The article performs a review of problems of appearance and functional typology of provincial towns of the Ekaterinoslav, Kherson Regions and the northern part of the Tauride Region.

Key words: Novorossiya, provincial town, administrative centres, military town, trade town, agrarian town.

 

Bushuev P. А.

Presentation of Topical Vocabulary of Spiritual Culture in a Dialect Dictionary

The author provides two possibilities to present terminological vocabulary of folk spiritual culture on the example of one of fragments of the New Year/ Christmas cycle of the folk calendar of Lemkos.

Key words: terminological vocabulary, traditional culture, dictionaries, dialect of Lemkos, New Year/ Christmas rites.

 

Danish М.

Slovakian-Russian Scientific Contacts in the 18th cent.

The author observes Slovakian-Russian scientific contacts in the 18th cent., which depended on political, ideological and territorial conditions and were realized deliberately; the scientific contacts were of great importance in the development of enlightenment and culture of the both countries.

Key words: М. Bel, S. Micovini, А. F. Kollar, Т. Z. Bayer, H. Goldbach, I. G. Gmelin, teh St. Petersburg Academy of Science.

Dronov М. Yu.

A Valuable Work on the History of Orthodoxy of Rusyns

This review describes and evaluates a new book by Yu. Danilets, a historian from Uzhgorod; the research deals with the history of Orthodoxy among Rusyns of Southern Carpathians in the first half of the 19th cent.

Key words: Greek Catholics, Trans-Carpathian, Carpathian Ruthenia, Rusyns, Orthodoxy.

 

Dronov М. Yu.

A Navigator in the World of Lemkos Studies

There is a review of a new bibliographic research by B. Gorbal, a New York specialist in the history of Lemkos (Rusyns).

Key words: Lemkos, Lemkos studies, “Lemkovshchina”, Rusyns studies, Rusyns.

 

Edemsky А. B.

Tracing the Steps of Secret Consultations in Bryony on November 2–3, 1956

 

It is the first publication in Russian of the most complete variant of writing of the negotiations of Soviet and Yugoslavian leaders before the repeated Soviet intervention to Hungary (November 4, 1956). The writing was made by the Ambassador of the U.S.S.R in the F.P.R.Yu. V.Michunovich. The author of the publication shows the differences from the well-known version by the same V. Michunovsky presented in his memoires.

Key words: J. Broz Tito, N. S. Khrushchev, G. М. Malenkov, Soviet-Yugoslavian relations, Hungarian revolution, 1956, intervention, Socialism, Communism.

 

Efimova V. S,

A Lexical Criterion of the History of Studying of Monuments of Old Slavic Literature and New Possibilities of its Usage

In this article there are results of usage of a lexical criterion in Paleoslavic researches in the historical retrospective; also the author discusses new possibilities of usage of this criterion in the context of recently started publication of “Greek-Old Slavic Index” in Prague.

Key words: Old Slavic writing, Old Slavic language, Old Slavic vocabulary, history of Slavic studies.

 

Florya B. N.

International Life of the Eastern Part of Europe

of the 14th – the Beginning of the 15th cent.: the Way to the Battle of Grunwald

 

The subject of the article is the analysis of the international relations in the eastern part of Europe in the 14th – the beginning of the 15th cent., which led to the Battle of Grunwald and ceasing of activity of the Order state.

Key words: the Crusades, knights’ orders, Lithuanian, Poland, Battle of Grunwald.

Gordievskaya М. L.

Abstract Quantitative Concepts in Russian Language

(from the Experience of Analysis of Syntactic Connection)

In the article there are syntactic ways of expression of such archaic quantitative concepts as “singularity”, “twoness”, “dualistic”, “constellation” as well as “indeterminate”, “small”, “big”, “partitive” multitudes in contemporary Russian language.

Key words: singularity, constellation, multitude (indeterminate, small, big, partitive), syntactic connection.

Gushcheva О. I.

To the Question of Auto- and Geterostereotypes of Pole at the Border of Poland, Lithuanian and Belorussia

The article deals with the reasons of feeble manifestation of the stereotype of Pole at the border of Poland and Belorussia, their dependence on such categories of identity as national, confessional and social ones.

Key words: border region, cultural anthropology, identity, ethnic cultural stereotypes.

 

Koloskov Е. А.

Macedonian-Greek polemics on the name:

aspects, stages and searches for a decision

 

The article deals with the Macedonian-Greek polemics on the name of Macedonia – one of the most complicated and tangled conflicts on the territory of former Yugoslavia.

Key words: Macedonian-Greek polemics, international arbitration, international acknowledgement, former Yugoclavian Republic of Macedonia, identity.

 

 

Kossik V. I.

To the portrait of the Primate of the Croation Orthodox Church

Metropolitan Hermogenes

 

The article is about the life of Metropolitan Hermogenes and his leadership in the newly organized Croatian Orthodox Church in 1942–1945.

Key words: Metripolitan Hermogenes, Croatian Orthodox Church, Pavelic, Oberkniesevic, Kristo, Independent Croatian State (NDH), Piotr Lazic, H. Helm.

Kochegarov C. А.

General Patrick Gordon and Hetman Ivan Samoilovich in 1679–1680.

(A Note on the Publication of the Next Volume of “Diary” of P. Gordon)

 

There is additional information on the relations between P. Gordon and Ukrainian Hetman I. Samoilovich and on the service of that Scotch officer in Kiev.

Key words: Patric Gordon, Ivan Samoilovich, Kiev, Ottoman Empire.

Labrosskaya V.

Archaisms in Southeastern Macedonian Dialects:

Extreme Southern Borders of the Slavic Language Space

This article presents archaisms in Macedonian language on every language level: phonological, morpho-syntaxic and lexical. Those archaisms are a sign of the continual development of Macedonian language as a part of the Slavic languages family.

Key words: Macedonian language, archaisms, phonetic, morphologt, vocabulary, Macedonian dialects, Slavic language family.

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L.

In the Creative Laboratory of Ivan Franko

 

The review observes the first volume of a multivolume publication “Library of Ivan Franko” prepared and edited by a big group of philologists from Kiev and Lvov.

Key words: Ukrainian studies, Ukrainian literature, Ivan Franko.

Lapteva L. P.

I. S. Palmov, Professor of the St. Petersburg Spiritual Academy

as a Historian of Foreign Churches

 

The article deals with the scholarly activity of a serious specialist in Slavic studies – I. S. Palmov.

Key words: I. S. Palmov, history of Slavic studies, history of the Church, St. Petersburg Spiritual Academy.

Lapteva L. P.

University Slavic Studies in Russia for the First Century

of Their Existence (1835–1935)

 

The author observes three stages of the development of Russian university Slavic studies for the first hundred years of their history.

Key words: Universities of Russia, history of Slavic studies.

 

Leskinen М. V.

Linguistic Factor of Ethnic Identification in the Period

of Shaping of the Discipline of Ethnography in Russia (18–19th cent.)

The author analyzes the main trends of interpretation of language as one of the signs of outer (scholarly) ethnic identification on the stage of shaping of ethnography as a special discipline in Russia. The evolution of the meaning of linguistic factor as a marker of ethnic identity is shown, as well as that one as a criterion of the place of ethnos in ethnic linguistic hierarchies and classifications of the epoch.

Key words: history of ethnography in Russia, language codification, ethnic identification, history of linguistic classifications.

Makarova G. V.

Some Archive Strokes to the Biography of a Member of Polish Liberation Movement of the End of the 18th cent. – Joachim Mokossey Denisko

 

The article presents some new details of the biography of Joachim Denisko, an outstanding figure of Polish national movement of the end of the 18th cent. His name is almost completely unknown in Russian historical literature. Archive materials used in the article are introduced to the research community for the first time.

Key words: national movement, Poland, end of the 18th cent., Joachim Denisko.

 

Mayorova О. N.

Position of Washington in Respect to the Events in Poland in 1989

(on the Base of the Materials of the Correspondence of the Embassy of Poland in the U.S.A. and the Foreign Ministry of Polish People’s Republic)

 

There is one of the international aspects of the Polish peaceful revolution of 1989 in the focus of the article.

Key words: 1989, events in Poland, Washington.

 

Osipova А. V.

From Separatism to Extremism: the Creation of the Kosovo Liberation Army

The article is about the history of organization and the first steps of the Kosovo Liberation Army.

Key words: Kosovo Liberation Army (ОАК), Military Forces of the Republic of Kosovo, Ibrahim Rugova, Hashim Thaci, Bujar Bukosi.

 

Plotnikova А. А.

Ambivalence of Evaluation in Traditional Folk Culture

(on the Base of the Materials of the “Slavic Antiquities” Thesaurus)

 

On the example of various types of articles of the thesaurus “Slavic Antiquities”, the author analyses the ambivalence of ideas about nature and artifacts on Slavic folk tradition; she studies imaginary contradictions connected to the valuation actualization of various signs of one phenomenon and real contradictions, the mechanisms of shaping of which are provided with other reasons.

Key words: ethnic linguistic dictionary, Slavic antiquities, folk axiology, traditional spiritual culture, snow, torch, chain, tail, horn, egg, nut, hail, trace, abundance, riches, poverty, happiness, unhappiness.

Shemyakin А. L., Silkin А. А.

“Down with Monarchy! Long live King Peter!”

(From the Notes by a Serbian Academician)

In the publication there are fragments of memoirs by Academician of the Serbian Academy of Sciences I. G. Gritskat-Radulovich. She describes “meeting” of her parents, Russian emigrants, with Serbia which became their second Motherland.

Key words: I. G. Gritskat-Radulovich, Serbia, Yugoslavia, Russian emigration.

Shvedova N. V.

Surrealism in Literature and Art of Slovakia

 

The author studies the phenomenon of Slovakian Surrealism (1935–1949) having played a big role in shaping of national literary process and later manifested itself in 1960-s.

Key words: Surrealism, Slovakian poetry, imagery, antimilitary protests.

 

 

Shchavinskaya L. L.

«Kantyczka» of 1914 in the History of Folk Literature of Belorussians

 

Belorussian written in Latin letters «Kantyczka» of 1914 was a peculiar synthesis of Polish tradition of kantyczka and its specifically Belorussian additions. It is of special interest for Belorussian philology, cultural studies and theology.

Key words: Belorussian studies, folk literature, Christian culture of the 20th cent., kantyczka.

Starikova N. N.

The Theme of the Reformation in Slovenian Historical Fiction: «Chronicle of the Mansion of Vysokoe» Novel by I. Tavcar

This article deals with a novel by Slovenian writer I. Tovcar where one of the most important periods of Slovenian history – the epoch of Reformation – was shown. That period left a bright memory in the mentality of Slovenian people and had a serious influence at the shaping of national identity.

Key words: Slovenian historical fiction, Reformation, religion, national identity.

Stykalin А. S.

A new research on the history of Soviet-Yugoslavian relations

This review evaluates a research by A. B. Edemsky “From Conflict to Normalization. Soviet-Yugoslavian Relations in 1953–1956”, where the author gave a detailed picture of two-sided Soviet-Yugoslavian relations in the moment rather important for the both sides and very eventful.

Key words: the U.S.S.R, Yugoslavia, Stalin, Tito, Khrushchev, conflict, normalization, the 20th Congress of the CPSU.

 

Timofeev А. Yu.

Chronology of One Revolution.

By the 10th Anniversary of the Events of October 2000 in Serbia

 

The article deals with domestic political events and the activity of Western secret services and political technologists leading to the “express revolution” in Yugoslavia.

Key words: Yugoslavia, Serbia, “express revolution”, S. Milosevic, movement “Repulse”.

Vendina Т. I.

Lexical Isoglosses in the Slavic Language World:

Russian-Serbian Lexical Parallels

The article deals with the problem of chronological interpretation of the Serbian-Russian lexical isoglosses, presented on the maps of the All-Slavic Linguistic Atlas.

Key words: linguistic geography, isoglosses, areas, connections.

 

 

 

Information about the Authors

Aksionova Еlena Petrovna – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Research Centre “Russia and Slavic peoples in the Hhistory of Science and Social Thought” of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Averyanov Кonstantin Аlexandrovich – Ph.D. in History, head of the Group of Historical Geography of the Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Babalyk Мarina Gennadievna – teacher of the Department of Literature of Historical Philological Faculty of the Karelian Teachers-Training Academy. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Boronnikova Natalya Vladimirovna – Ph.D. in Philology (Cand.), Docent of the Department of General and Slavic Linguistic of the Perm’ State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Bushin Victor Sergeevich – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), Head of the Department of Social Humanitarian Disciplines of the West Donbass Private Institute of Economic and Management. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Bushuev Pavel Аnatolievich – post-graduate student of the Department of Ethno-linguistic and Folklore of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Danish Мiroslav – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), Docent, Head of the Department of the World History of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bratislava (Slovakia). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Dostal’ Мarina Yurievna – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Research Centre “Russia and Slavic peoples in the History of Science and Social Thought” of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Dronov Мikhail Yurievich seeker of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Edemsky Аndrey Borisovich – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), leading researcher of the Department of Humanitarian Researches of the Russian Institute of Strategic Researches. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Efimova Valeria Sergeevna – Ph.D. in Philology, leading researcher of the Department of Slavic Linguistic of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Florya Boris Nikolaevich – Ph.D. in History, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Department of the Middle Ages of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Gordievskaya Мaria Lvovna – Ph.D. in Philology (Cand.), Docent of the Department of Comparative Language Studies of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Regional Studies of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Gushcheva Оlga Igorevna – Ph.D. in Philology (Cand.), senior teacher of the Department of Theoretical and Slavic Linguistic of the Belorussian State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Koloskov Еvgeniy Аndreevich – post-graduate student of the Department of Southern and Western Slavs of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Kossik Victor Ivanovich – Ph.D. in History, leading researcher of the Department of History of Slavic Peoples of South-Eastern Europe in Modern Period of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Kochegarov Cyril Аlexandrovich – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Slavic Peoples of Central Europe in the Modern Period of the Institute of Slavic Studies РАН. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Labrosskaya Veselinka – Ph.D. in Philology, Director of the Institute of Macedonian Language (Skopje, Macedonia). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Labyntsev Yury Аndreevich – Ph.D. in History, leading researcher of the Department of Eastern Slavs of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Lapteva Liudmila Pavlovna – Ph.D. in History, Professor of the Department of History of Southern and Western Slavs of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Leskinen Мaria Voittovna – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of the History of Culture of Slavic peoples of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Makarova Galina Vassilievna –researcher of the Department of the history of Slavic peoples of Central Europe in Modern Period the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Mayorova Оlga Nikolaevna – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Modern History and Social Political Problems of the Countries of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Osipova Аnastassiya Vadimovna – post-graduate student the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Plotnikova Аnna Аrkadievna – Ph.D. in Philology, leading researcher of the Department of Ethnolinguistic and Folklore of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Serapionova Еlena Pavlovna – Ph.D. in History, Head of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Silkin Аlexander Аlexandrovich – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Shvedova Natalya Vassilievna – Ph.D. in Philology (Cand.), senior researcher of the Centre of the History of Slavic Literatures of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Shemyakin Аndrey Leonidovich – Ph.D. in History, leading researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Shchavinskaya Larisa Leonidovna – Ph.D. in Philology (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Eastern Slavs of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Starikova Nadezhda Nikolaevna – Ph.D. in Philology, leading researcher of the Centre of Studies in the Contemporary Literatures of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Stykalin Аlexander Sergeevich – Ph.D. in History (Cand.), leading researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Timofeev Аlexey Yurievich – Ph.D. in History, researcher of the Institute of the Modern History of Serbia. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

Vendina Тatiana Ivanovna – Ph.D. in Philology, leading researcher of the Research Centre of Area Linguistic of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

 

 

 

 

2011

The 16th volume of the miscellany contains materials of the international research conference “Slavic World: Community and Variety” as well as other research forums which took place during the Days of Slavic Writings and Culture in Moscow in 2011. Traditional parts of the miscellany include articles on actual problems of history, literature, culture and languages of Slavic peoples from Middle Ages till nowadays. The book is designed both for specialists and for a broad circle of readers.

 

 

 

Content

 

From the Editorial Board

 

Plenary Meeting

 

Nikiforov C. V. (Moscow). Historical Slaviс Studies in the System of the Academy of Sciences (by the 65th Anniversary of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences)

Zapolskaya N. N. (Moscow). Church-Slavic Literature: “Christianization” of Text and Language

Artamonov Yu. А., Gippius А. А. (Moscow). Old Russian Inscriptions in the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople

 

History

 

Korzun S. G. (Stuttgart). Heinrich Huyssen and the Struggle of Protestants and Catholics for the Influence on Russian Orthodox Church in the Epoch of Early Enlightenment

Jovanovic М. (Belgrade). Between Common Gens and Enmity: Serbia and Russia in 1804–1878 – Politic, Tradition and Perception

Kirillina L. А. (Moscow). Tendencies of Development of Slovenian Liberalism in the End Nineteenth – Early Twentieth Centuries

Lapteva L. P. (Moscow). One Non-Published Manuscript by V. A. Frantsev on the Czech Historiography of the Second Half of the Nineteenth century

Kotov V. V. (Moscow). Shaping of the Sokol Movement (1861–1862).

Vakh K. A. (Moscow). Italian Architect on Russian Service: Unknown Pages in the History of Russian Palestine

Malakhov V. А. (Moscow). «Polish» and «Russian» Jews of 1850–80-s Through the Eyes of their Contemporaries

Arzhakova L. М. (St. Petersburg). Domestic Polish Studies of the First Decades of the Twentieth Century

Silkin А. А. (Moscow). Delegitimization of Serbian Ruling Circles (1930-s – early 1940-s) as an Inner Political Premise for the «Social Revolution» in Yugoslavia

Belajaz M. (Belgrade). The Army of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1939–1941

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). The «Russkoe Slovo» Newsletter in Prešov (1924–1938) in the Context of the processes of Shaping of Ethnic National Identity of Russins of Slovakia. Statement of a Problem

Alipieva А. (Varna). Contemporary Bulgaria between Myths and Reality

Pivovarenko А. А. (Moscow). Republic of Croatia and Peacemakers of the UN in 1992–1993

Osipova А. V. (Moscow). Escalation of the Conflict in Kosovo in 1998 – March 1999

 

Cultural History

 

Robinson М. А., Sazonova L. I. (Moscow). The Destiny of the Description of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in the Library of the University of Uppsala Composed by N. N. Glubokovsky

Dobias D. (Prague). The Second Life of the Kraledvorskaya and Zelenogorskaya Manuscripts in the Czech Literature of the Nineteenth Century

Sherlaimova S. А. (Moscow). The 20th Congress of the CPSU and the Czech Literary «Thaw»

Starikova N. N. (Moscow). World Poetry in the Mirror of Slovenian Artistic Mentality (a Literary Project of «The Song of Orpheus»)

Janacek P. (Prague). Russak, an Animal, a Kind Soul and an Artist. National Stereotypes of Russians and Russia in Czech Literature of the Early Twenty-First Century

Shat’ko Е. V. (Moscow). The Images of Stt Cyril and Methodius in the Novel The Dictionary of the Khazars by M. Pavic

Marcovic S. (Nis). Painting by Leonid Shejka (from Anti-Art to the Philosophy of All-Unity)

Kosik V. I. (Moscow). Lydia Mansvetova – from the Life on Balkan Stages

Agapkina Т. А. (Moscow). Convergences of Plots in the Field of Healing Spells on the Territory of Russian – Belorussian Border Zone

Kolosova V. B. (St. Petersburg). Names of Pieces of Clothes in Phytonyms (to the Question of Intersection of Codes)

Yakimova А. P. (Moscow). Symbolical Functions of Bulgarian Folk Clothes: Ethnic Linguistic Aspect

Sedakova I. А. (Moscow). Semantic, Magic and Ethic of One Predicate of the Traditional Culture of Slavs: TAIKOM (TAINYI).

Tunin А. Е. (Moscow). New Greek Riddles about the Sun: Ancient, Balkan and Slavic Motives

 

Linguistics

 

Vendina Т. I. (Moscow). To the Question of Space and Time Interpretation of Slavic Lexical Isoglosses

Ananieva N. Е. (Moscow). The Category of «Beginning» in Russian and Other Slavic Languages

Yasinskaya М. V. (Moscow). Oko and glaz and Their Derivatives in Slavic Dialects

Kokonova А. B. (Moscow). Concepts of Pregnancy in North Russian Dialects

 

Publications

Stykalin А. S. (Moscow). Hungarian Diplomat and Historian on the Russian National Feeling and Soviet Patriotism

Orekhov А. М. (Moscow). The 20th Congress of the CPSU and the Situation in Poland. Soviet and Polish Leaders on the Staraya Square

 

Reviews

Shvedova N. V. (Moscow). The Image of Russia in Slovakia

Uzeneva Е. S. (Moscow). A New Work on Contemporary Ukrainian Dialectology

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L. (Moscow). The First Book of the institute of Ivan Franko

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L. (Moscow). The Kievan Business Trip of A. L. Bem

Chronicle

Churkina I. V., Khavanova О. V. (Moscow). The International Conference «The Role of Church in the Development of Interconfessional, Cultural and Social Contacts between Russia and Foreign Slavs»

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). The Research and Practical Conference «The Slavic World»

Shvedova N. V. (Moscow). The International Research Conference «Russian Man and Russia in Slavic Literatures, Folklore and Documentaries»

Gavriushina L. C. (Moscow). The International Conference «Vectors in the development of history and Culture of Slavs»

 

Information about the Authors

 

 

Summaries

 

Agapkina Т. А.

Convergences of Plots in the Field of Healing Spells on the Territory of Russian – Belorussian Border Zone

The article present elements of plots of East Slavic healing spells typical for the Russian – Belorussian border zone. The author define the volumes of convergences of plots, the territory where they are fixed, the connections of the Russian – Belorussian border zone with othe East Slavic folk traditions.

Key words: folklore, traditional culture, spells, Russian-Belorussian border zone

Alipieva А.

Contemporary Bulgaria between Mythes and Reality

The article describes the problems of Bulgarian identity connected with traditional self-concepts and those changes shaped with the contemporary political and then cultural conjuncture. The author reveals difficulties of identity of «small peoples» in the more and more global world.

Key words: identity, global world, traditional myths, postmodern society

Ananieva N. Е.

The Category of «Beginning» in Russian and Other Slavic Languages

The article is concentrated at the analysis of elements of the category of «beginning» in Polish and Russian languages. The author turns to the problem of desemantization and grammaticalization of the verb which means «beginning».

Key words: concept, beginning, ingression, method of verb action, future tense

 

Artamonov Yu. А., Gippius А. А.

Old Russian Inscriptions in the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople

The article presents an overview of medieval Slavic graffiti in Hagia Sophia, Constantinople (Istanbul). Almost all inscriptions found by now have East Slavic origin and were made by pilgrims, clerics and merchants from Rus’. About a half of them could be dated to the Pre-Mongolian time (11th – early 13th centuries). In certain cases the authors of graffiti can be identified with persons mentioned in Old Russian chronicles.

Keywords: Old Russian, epigraphy, graffiti, inscriptions, Constantinople, pilgrimage

 

Arzhakova L. М.

 

Domestic Polish Studies of the First Decades of the Twentieth Century

 

 

 

The article provides a review of the situation in Russian historical Polish studies in the first decades of the 20th century. The author undertook analysis of works of leading specialists who had worked in the field: А. L. Pogodin, А. А. Kornilov, М. C. Liubavsky. Their typical approach to studying of problems of the history of Poland is revealed.

Key words: Russian historical Polish studies, Polish question, Rzechpospolita, А. L. Pogodin, А. А. Kornilov

 

Belajaz M.

The Army of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1939–1941

This publication presents an overview of activity of the highest political and military leaders of Yugoslavia just before the Hitler’s attack at the country. A special attention was put on the foreign policy manoeuvres of Belgrade including attempts to establish allied relations with the U.S.S.R.

Key words: Yugoslavia, Prince Pavel Karageorgievic, General Milan Nedic, Colonel Zarko Popovic, negotiations with the U.S.S.R., coup d'état on March 27, 1941, April War of 1941

 

Dobias D.

The Second Life of the Kraledvorskaya and Zelenogorskaya Manuscripts in the Czech Literature of the Nineteenth Century

The author analyses the role of the Kraledvorskaya and Zelenogorskaya manuscripts in the shaping of Czech culture of the 19th century. The both manuscripts are perceives as indicators of «Czech identity» typical for a number of literary works of that period. Thorough analysis of perception of the manuscripts in Czech literature of the 19th century is one of the most significant ways of studies for philologists.

Key words: Kraledvorskaya and Zelenogorskaya manuscripts, Czech literature of the 19th century, literary mistification, J. Dobrovski, К. J. Erben, V. B. Nebieski, B. Nemzova

 

Dronov М. Yu.

The «Russkoe Slovo» Newsletter in Prešov (1924–1938) in the Context of the processes of Shaping of Ethnic National Identity of Russins of Slovakia. Statement of a Problem

The article covers the history of the «Russkoe Slovo» newspaper (1924–1938), one of the printed matters of the Greek-Catholic diocese of Prešov. The main attention is put at the position of the newspaper in the question of ethnic national identity of Russins, as well as to interpretations of national-language politic of the «Russkoe Slovo» by researchers and writer of political essays of nest decades.

Key words: Greek Catholic Church, identity, «Moscowphiles», «narodovtsy», Diocese of Prešov, Russinohiles, Russins, Russophiles, «Russkoe Slovo», Slovakia, «tuteshniaki», Ukrainophiles

 

Janacek P.

Russak, an Animal, a Kind Soul and an Artist. National Stereotypes of Russians and Russia in Czech Literature of the Early Twenty-First Century

 

The author analyses the main principles of depiction of Russians and Russia in compositions by well-known Czech writers created in the recent decade. The method of analyses is based on the conception of national stereotype as a cognitive scheme with which they express ideas on their own and other peoples.

 

Key words: Russians, Russia, Czech prose, 1968, «velvet revolution», stereotypes, images, traditions, modernity

Jovanovic М.

Between Common Gens and Enmity: Serbia and Russia in 1804–1878 – Politic, Tradition and Perception

The text covers Russian-Serbian relations in 18041878. A special attention is put on the analysis of various ideas on those relations existing in historiography till nowadays. Also, the author makes an attempt to reconstruct them and to interpret historical range of problems.

Key words: Russia, Serbia, politic, traditions, perception

 

Kirillina L. А.

Tendencies of Development of Slovenian Liberalism in the End Nineteenth – Early Twentieth Centuries

The article presents typical features of the development of the theory and practice of liberalism in Slovenian lands; the author analyses reasons of the general weakness and unpopularity of the Slovenian liberal movement of the early 20th century.

Key words: liberalism, political program, national question, Slovenian lands


Kokonova А. B.

Concepts of Pregnancy in North Russian Dialects

The author analyses concepts of pregnancy in North Russian dialect.

Key words: dialectology, ethnic libguistic, popular speech culture

Kolosova V. B.

Names of Pieces of Clothes in Phytonyms (to the Question of Intersection of Codes)

The article covers the problem of reflection of the subject code of traditional culture (on the material of names of pieces of clothes) in the plant code – names of plants and folk texts about them. The author observes linguistic and geographic differences of such group of phytonyms at various groups of Slavs.

Key words: ethnic botanic, ethnic linguistic, phytonyms, folklore, codes of traditional culture

 

Korzun S. G.

Heinrich Huyssen and the Struggle of Protestants and Catholics for the Influence on Russian Orthodox Church in the Epoch of Early Enlightenment

The article is concentrated on the role of H. Huyssen , a German Enlightener, a tutor of Tzarevich Alexey, in the struggle of Protestants and Catholics for influence in Russia in the epoch of Peter the Great.

Key words: history of the Church, mediator, mediation, Germany, Russia

 

Kosik V. I.

Lydia Mansvetova – from the Life on Balkan Stages

It is a survey of the creative life of great Russian actress and director Lydia Mansvetova who came into the history of the art of drama of Balkan peoples. Significant attention is put to her work in a theatre in Saraevo between the wars.

Key words: Mansvetova, actress, director, theatre, performance, drama, Saraevo, play

Kotov V. V.

Shaping of the Sokol Movement (1861–1862)

Key words: сокольство, чешские земли, Турнферайн, Мирослав Тырш, Йиндржих Фигнер.

The article deals with the origin of the Sokol movement in the years 1861–1862 in the Czech lands of the Habsburg monarchy, reveals direct and indirect causes of its emergence and describes the beginning of Sokols’ activity.

Keywords: Sokol movement, Czech lands, Turnverein movement, Miroslav Tyrš, Jindřich Fügner

 

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L.

The First Book of the institute of Ivan Franko

It is a review of the first issue of a new periodical collection of articles «Ivan Franko: Texts. Facts. Interpretations» published by a collective of the recently organized Institute of Ivan Franko in the system of the National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine.

Key words: Ukranian studies, Ukrainian literature, Ivan Franko, Institute of Ivan Franko

 

Labyntsev Yu. А., Shchavinskaya L. L.

The Kievan Business Trip of A. L. Bem

The book at the revies is a catalogue of Ukranian publications acquired by A. L. Bem in the spring of 1919 in Kiev for the Slavic Department of the Libraray of the Academy of Sciences.

Key words: Slavic studies, Ukranian studies, Slavic Branch of the Library of the Academy of Sciences


Lapteva L. P.

One Non-Published Manuscript by V. A. Frantsev on the Czech Historiography of the Second Half of the Nineteenth century

The article provides a characteristic of an unpublished manuscript by Russian specialist in Slavic studies V. A. Frantsev which is kept in the personal archive of the researcher in Prague. The manuscript covers a process of the development of historiography in Czech in the second half of the 19th century.

Key words: V. А. Frantsev, historiography, Czech Republic, F. Palatzki, J. Goll


Malakhov V. А.

«Polish» and «Russian» Jews of 1850–80-s Through the Eyes of their Contemporaries

The article deals with the image of tPolish Jews in the eyes of their contemporaries in 1850–80s. The author examines how the Jews of Congress Poland were perceived by various groups of population of the Russian Empire, what was the meaning of the term «Polish Jew», and what was the difference between Polish and Russian Jews.

Keywords: Polish Jews, Congress Poland, Russian Empire.

 

Marcovic S.

Painting by Leonid Shejka (from Anti-Art to the Philosophy of All-Unity)

The article covers the creativity of an artist of Serbian avant-guard, Leonid Shejka, a participant and an inspirer of the first vanguard groups in Serbia, who brought a considerable contribution to philosophy of painting.

Key words: avant-garde, art, artist, Art Nouveau, chaos and order, «Pomoika», «Zamok», «Komnata», Dada

 

Nikiforov C. V.

Historical Slaviс Studies in the System of the Academy of Sciences (by the 65th Anniversary of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences)

The article describes the development of historical Slavic studies in the Institute of Slavic Studies in the activity of which the author defines three stages. Two of them coincided with the work of D. F. Markov and V. C. Volkov as Directors of the Institute. Nowadays, there is the fourth period which is featured with energetic publication activity.

Key words: Institute of Slavic Studies, historical Slavic studies, historiography

 

Orekhov А. М.

The 20th Congress of the CPSU and the Situation in Poland. Soviet and Polish Leaders on the Staraya Square

This is a publication of a document which appeared in the context of a specific political situation in Poland in the second half of October 1956 which transformed into an acute political crisis involving all social groups and parties of the state. The document has never been published before and has not been cited anywhere.

Key words: 20th Congress of the CPSU, Soviet-Polish relations, Council of Economical mutual assistance, United Peasants Party, N. S. Khrushchiov, N. А. Bulganin, E. Ochab, Z. Novak, А. Zavadsky, J. Cyrankiewicz

 

Osipova А. V.

Escalation of the Conflict in Kosovo in 1998 – March 1999

The article deals with an important but less studied period of the Kosovo crisis just before the NATO bombardments of Yugoslavia when in Kosovo and Metohija the guerilla war passed into armed conflicts between the Kosovo Liberation Army and Serbian police and army.

Key words: Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), Orachovac, Rachak, Drenica, Adem Jashari, Hashim Thaçi, Ramush Haradinaj


Pivovarenko А. А.

Republic of Croatia and Peacemakers of the UN in 1992–1993

The author analyses the interrelations of the peacemakers forces of the UN (UNPROFOR) and opposing sides of the Croatian war of 1991-5 – Croatians and Serbians of Krajina. Unavailability of the both sides for a peace agreement defined the continuity of the fight in spite of the presence of international mediators.

Key words: Croatia, Republic of Serbian Krajina, UNPROFOR, Franjo Tuđman, Milan Babic, Slobodan Miloshevic, the plan of Vance

Robinson М. А., Sazonova L. I.

The Destiny of the Description of Manuscripts and Early Printed Books in the Library of the University of Uppsala Composed by N. N. Glubokovsky

On the base of the archive materials, the authors provide facts which have not been known before about the biography of N. N. Glubokovsky, Russian theologian. Exactly, there are episodes connected with his business trip to Sweden in 1918 and his work over the description of Slavic manuscripts and early printed books from the collection of the library of the University of Uppsala.

Key words: Glubokovsky, Uppsala, description of manuscripts and early printed books, collection of Sparfwenfeldt, archive documents

 

 

Sedakova I. А.

Semantic, Magic and Ethic of One Predicate of the Traditional Culture of Slavs: TAIKOM (TAINYI).

The article deals with the analysis of one of meaningful elements of traditional culture (taikom – by secret): the author reveals its structural and semantic connections, defines the spheres of relevance and specifies its axiological parameters.

Key words: ethnic linguistic, ethic, value, family rites, witchcraft and magic

 

Shat’ko Е. V.

The Images of Stt Cyril and Methodius in the Novel The Dictionary of the Khazars by M. Pavic

The article covers the analysis of images of Stt Cyril and Methodius on the base of the novel by Serbian writer Milorad Pavic. They are not the central images of the book but they provide a possibility to understand an artistic structure of the novel The Dictionary of the Khazars, an approach of the author to history and polysemantic functionality of images.

Key words: M. Pavic, The Dictionary of the Khazars, Stt Cyril and Methodius, Khazar polemic

 

Shvedova N. V.

The Image of Russia in Slovakia

It is a review of a book by Slovakian historians about Russian-Slovakian cultural and political relations from the end of the 19th tille the end of the 20th centuries, where changes of opinions about Russia are shown, as well as their dependence on positions of certain social groups and political conditions in the both countries.

Key words: imagology, stereotypes, Russia, Slovakia

 

Sherlaimova S. А.

The 20th Congress of the CPSU and the Czech Literary «Thaw»

The article deals with the processes in Czech literature after the 20th Congress of the CPSU when the reformation movement of the «Prague Spring» was shaped in Czechoslovakia. Writesr were often initiators of that movement.

Key words: 20th Congress of the CPSU, 2nd Congress of Czechoslovakian writers, «thaw», «Kweten» Magazine, «Literarni Noviny» Newspaper, М. Kundera, J. Škvorecký

 

Silkin А. А.

Delegitimization of Serbian Ruling Circles (1930-s – early 1940-s) as an Inner Political Premise for the «Social Revolution» in Yugoslavia

The author analyses the process of gradual loss of stability in the positions of the ruling elite of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1930s, which promoted the change of the authoritarian monarchic regime during the WWII to the totalitarian Communist one. The author observes the content of domestic politic of the «dictatorship of 6th January».

Key words: King Alexander Karageorgievic, dictatorship of the 6th January, crisis of authoritarianism, delegitimization of regime, Sebia, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

 

Starikova N. N.

World Poetry in the Mirror of Slovenian Artistic Mentality (a Literary Project of «The Song of Orpheus»)

The article offers the analysis of a Slovenian publication of The Song of Orpheus. An Anthology of World Poetry in the Selection by Slovenian Poets (1998) compiled by national authors and reflecting a reception of world poetry in contemporary Slovenian literature. The anthology gives an idea what compositions enrooted in the Slovenian “soil” and left a trace in the mentality and culture of Slovenians by the end of the 20th century.

Key words: world poetry, perception of compositions in verses, problems of translation

 

Stykalin А. S.

Hungarian Diplomat and Historian on the Russian National Feeling and Soviet Patriotism

The main object of the publication is an archive document of 1946 – a report by a Hungarian envoy in the U.S.S.R. Dula Sekfu to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of his native country where the diplomat pointed at the evolution of the ideology of the Soviet regime happened during the war period – from revolutionary internationalism to protection of great-power values.

Key words: Hungary, WWII, victory of the U.S.S.R., Soviet patriotism, Communist ideology

 

Tunin А. Е.

New Greek Riddles about the Sun: Ancient, Balkan and Slavic Motives

The article deals with the description and analysis of the main mythic and poetical signs of the Sun in New Greek riddles. A part of images can be traced back to the ancient times, some of them could be found in South Slavic and Balkan traditions and others, perhaps, are New Greek innovations.

Key words: Greek folklore, Balkan and Slavic folklore, Balkan studies, riddles

Uzeneva Е. S.

A New Work on Contemporary Ukrainian Dialectology

It is a review of the description of contemporary Galich dialect of the Pre-Carpathian village of Kovalivka.

Key words: Ukrainian language, dialectology, accent, dictionaries, vocabulary, text, grammar

 

Vakh K. A.

Italian Architect on Russian Service: Unknown Pages in the History of Russian Palestine

This article provides the first attempt of analysis if the role of Italian architect E. Pierotti in acquiring land spots in Jerusalem by Russia; later, they built the first Russian churches and pilgrims' hostels on them. On the base of new archive material, the author makes a conclusion on the direct participation of Pierotti in the process of searching for appropriate land and acquiring it, he reveals the fact of the service of Pierotti in the Russian Consulate in jerusalem. All the material is presented for public for the first time.

Key words: Jerusalem, Russian Palestine, Russian Spiritual Mission, pilgrimage, diplomatic service, Turkey, archaeology, topography

 

Vendina Т. I.

To the Question of Space and Time Interpretation of Slavic Lexical Isoglosses

 

The author studies the problem of interpretation of lexical isoglosses from the point of view of their temporary stratification. On the base of materials of the General Slavic Linguistic Atlas, the author offers space criteria for their chronological layering.

Key words: linguistic geography, lexical isoglosses, space and time interpretation

 

Yakimova А. P.

Symbolical Functions of Bulgarian Folk Clothes: Ethnic Linguistic Aspect

The article deals with the symbolic function of garments: napkins, shirts and outerwear in the mainstream of Bulgarian folk tradition. Culturally relevant features of clothing are considered on examples from Bulgarian folk traditions; special attention is paid to the meaning of color.

Key words: Bulgarian folk clothes, symbolic function of clothing, culturally relevant features clothing.

 

Yasinskaya М. V.

Oko and glaz and Their Derivatives in Slavic Dialects

The article covers the problem of dissemination of lexemes oko and glaz and their derivatives in Russian dialects in the general Slavic context with involvement of data of lingvogeography, etymological, historical and dialectological dictionaries.

Key words: lingvogeography, Slavic dialects, etymology, Russian exclusives, derivatives, diminutives, desemantization, stylistic, somatic vocabulary, eye, vision

 

Zapolskaya N. N.

Church-Slavic Literature: «Christianization» of Text and Language

The article deals with the problem of ideologically marked semantic burden of Church Slavic texts and Church Slavic language.

Key words: literature, Church Slavic language, semantic, ideosemantic


Information about the Authors

Agapkina Tatiana Alexeevna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of Ethnolinguistics and Folklore of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Alipieva Antoaneta – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), Docent of the Shumen University «Bishop Constantine of Preslavl» (Bulgaria). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

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2012

The 17th volume of the miscellany contains materials of the international research conference “Slavic World: Community and Variety” as well as other research forums which took place during the Days of Slavic Writings and Culture in Moscow in 2012. Traditional parts of the miscellany include articles on actual problems of history, literature, culture and languages of Slavic peoples from Middle Ages till nowadays. The book is designed both for specialists and for a broad circle of readers.

 

 

 

Content

From the Editorial Board

 

Plenary Meeting

Petrukhin V. Ya. (Moscow). The Invitation of Varangians and the Tradition of St Cyril and Methodius

Pervushin M. V. (Moscow). On the Missionary Methods of St Cyril Equal to the Apostles

Efimova V. S. (Moscow). On the Problem of Differentiation of the Old Slavonic Lexical Inventory (in the Search for Translations by St Cyril and Methodius)

 

History

Turilov А. А. (Moscow). On the Dating and Provenance of Two Serbian Parchment Copies of the Book of Canons (Kormchaya) of St Sabas

Akimova О. А. (Moscow). A Model of Shaping of the State Authority in the Written Documents of the Early Medieval Slavic States in the West of the Balkans

Nemensky О. B. (Moscow). St Cyril and Methodius as the Baptizers of Russia in Orthodox and Unitarian Ideas of Rzech Pospolita in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century

Zapolsky I. А. (Moscow). «Those Who Do Not Go for a War are Treated as Dishonourable Cowards»: the Specific of the Uskoks’ Self-Perception in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century

Baranska А. (Lublin). Fedor Kuzmich – the Siberian Life after the Death of Emperor Alexander I. The History of the Legend

Molnar L. V. (Budapest). Hungary in the Travel Notes of Russian Travellers of the Epoch of the Napoleonic Wars

Vashchenko М. S. (Moscow). Russia in 1880s from the Point of View of Franjo Rački and Lajos Thallóczy

Strunina N. G. (Moscow). From the History of the Russian-Montenegrin Relations: Visits of Nikola Petrović-Njegoš to Russia

Zhdanovskaya А. А. (Moscow). The Image of Germans in the Czech Satirical Publications (1880s–1890s)

Lapteva L. P. (Moscow). G. А. Iliinsky on the Slavophilism

Shemiakin А. L. (Moscow). «Party of a New Type». The Specific of Serbian Radicalism (the End of the Nineteenth – the Early of the Twentieth Century)

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). On the Ethnocultural Image of Greek Catholic Clergy on the Territory of the Contemporary Slovakia (the Nineteenth – the Early Twentieth Century)

Rakityansky О. V. (Moscow). The Ukrainian Military Organization: in the Search for the «Author»

Shkarovsky М. V. (Saint Petersburg). The Influence of the Russian Clerical Emmigration on the Slavic Countries in 1920-1940s

Timofeev А. Yu. (Beograd). The Activity of the «Union of Soviet Patriots» in Serbia in the Period of the Second World War

Novoseltsev B. S. (Moscow). The Yugoslav-American Relations in the Early 1960s

Maiorova О. N. (Moscow). The Growth of the Protest Potential in the Polish Society in the First Half of 1970s

Valeva Е. L. (Moscow). The State Politic of Bulgaria to the Turkish Ethnic Community (1980s)

 

History of Culture

Frolova М. М. (Moscow). The Moscow (Chertkov’s) Copy of «The History Slavic-Bulgarian» by Paisius of Hilandar

Shchavinskaya L. L. (Moscow). «Put… an Attention of Those Belorussians»

Starikova N. N. (Moscow). On the Certain Features of Postmodernism in Southern Slavic Literatures

Lunkova N. А. (Moscow). Narratives of 1970s and Short Stories of 1990s by Stanislaw Stratiev: on the Problem of Genre

Amelina А. V. (Moscow). The Works by Jan Weiss and the Approaches to Its Studying

Agapkina Т. А. (Moscow). The Symbolism of Trees in the Traditional Culture of Slavs: Yew (Taxus baccata)

Vashchenko (Anisimova) D. Yu. (Moscow). The Comparative Analyses of Ethnolinguistic Materials from Hungarian Villages of Fedémes and Sáska

 

Linguistics

Vendina Т. I. (Moscow) The Contemporary State of Slavic Dialects in the Perspective of the New Data of the All-Slavic Linguistic Atlas

Sinitsa N. A. (Ekaterinburg). The Image of Cleric in the Russian and Polish Language Traditions (Rus. pop, Pol. ksiądz)

 

Publications

Stykalin А. S. (Moscow). The Hungarian Lands in 1814 from the Point of View of a Russian Officer. From the Travel Notes of А. I. Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky

Sokolovskaya О. V. (Moscow). Letters by Greek Queen Olga to Emperor Alexander III

Ganin А. V. (Moscow). Bulgarians – Graduates from the Nicholas Military Academy in the Civic War in Russia

 

Reviews

Uzeneva Е. S. (Moscow). Sketches on the Bulgarian Ethnolinguistics

Serapionova Е. P. (Moscow). A New Research of the Life and Activity of N. L. Okunev

Korolkova P. V. (Moscow). The Literary Vocabulary of the Southern Slavic Peoples

 

Chronicle

Bilek J. (Prague). The Conference «The Slavic World –Community and Variety»

Sedakova I. А. (Moscow). The Jubilee Conference in Sofia: 70 Years of the Institute of Bulgarian Language named after Liubomir Andreichin

Dronov М. Yu. (Moscow). The Fourth Meeting of the Commission of Historians of Russia and Slovakia. International Conference «The Social Consequences of Wars and Conflicts of the Twentieth Century: the Historical Memory»

Information about the Authors

 

 

Summaries

Agapkina Т. А.

The Symbolism of Trees in the Traditional Culture of Slavs: Yew (Taxus baccata)

The article deals with believes, folk motives, ritual and magical acts and common day regulations connected with yew and known in the traditional culture of Montenegro, Western Serbia. Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as in the Carpathian Mountains.

Key words: symbolism, trees, Slavs, traditional culture, folklore, ritual, yew

 

Akimova О. А.

A Model of Shaping of the State Authority in the Written Documents of the Early Medieval Slavic States in the West of the Balkans

The article is centered at the specific of political ideology and legitimization of authority in the Early Medieval states in the west of the Balkans – in Croatia, Zahumlje, Dukla and Serbia.

Key words: Early Middle Ages, South Slavic states, Dalmatia, Roman Catholic Church, Bizantium, social thought

 

Amelina А. V.

The Works by Jan Weiss and the Approaches to Its Studying

The article is about the evolution of the perception of the works by Czech writer Jan Weiss by researchers and readers; he entered the literature between two world wars with stories of legionaries, he was rejected by Communist critics but later became the official author of that regime. In the 21st cent., he is considered to be one of the founders of the Czech science fiction.

Key words: Jan Weiss, Czech literature between the World Wars, utopia, antiutopia, science fiction, Czech legionary prose

 

Baranska А.

Fedor Kuzmich – the Siberian Life after the Death of Emperor Alexander I. The History of the Legend

The author studies the history of the legend about a mystical transformation of Emperor Alexander I into a hermit known as Fedor Kuzmich. She makes a review of the court and the folk versions of the legend and its interpretations in pre-revolutionary, Soviet, emigrants’, western and contemporary Russian historiography.

Key words: Alexander 1, hermit Fedor Kuzmich, legend, Russian historical literature, Soviet historiography, historians-emigrants

 

Dronov М. Yu.

On the Ethnocultural Image of Greek Catholic Clergy on the Territory of the Contemporary Slovakia (the Nineteenth – the Early Twentieth Century)

On the base of available sources, the author analyzes the ethnocultural image of the Greek Catholic clergy of Slovakia in the 19th – early 20th cent.

Key words: Hungarians, Greek Catholic church, clergy, Magyarization, Ruthenes, Slovaks, Slovakia

 

Efimova V. S.

On the Problem of Differentiation of the Old Slavonic Lexical Inventory (in the Search for Translations by St Cyril and Methodius)

The article deals with the problem of differentiation of the Old Slavonic lexical inventory. A considerable part of it was created by St Cyril and Methodius, their disciples and followers. The author tries to identify new bookish vocabulary and to separate it from the «old» vocabulary borrowed from primitive Slavic discourse.

Key words: St Cyril and Methodius, Old Slavonic language, lexical inventory

 

Frolova М. М.

The Moscow (Chertkov’s) Copy of «The History Slavic-Bulgarian» by Paisius of Hilandar

On the base of archival materials, the author clarifies the circumstances of the provenance and dating of the Moscow (Chertkov’s) Copy of «The History Slavic-Bulgarian» by Paisius of Hilandar in the context of the Russian-Bulgarian cultural relations in the 19th cent.

Key words: «The History Slavic-Bulgarian», Paisius of Hilandar, Zheravna Copy, Moscow (Chertkov’s) Copy, V. Aprilov, N. N. Murzakevich, А. D. Chertkov, V. I. Grigorovich, G. S. Rakovsky, R. Zhinzifov

 

Ganin А. V.

Bulgarians – Graduates from the Nicholas Military Academy in the Civic War in Russia

There is a publication of documents from archives of Russia, the Ukraine and the U.S.A. on Bulgarian members of the General Staff  who entered their military service in Russia and were involved into the events of the Civic War 1917–1922.

Key words: Russia, Bulgaria, Civic War, General Staff, military elite, repressions

 

Korolkova P. V.

The Literary Vocabulary of the Southern Slavic Peoples

The Vocabulary of the Southern Slavic Literatures is a result of work of a group of authors which is of a great interest either for specialists and researches in the field of the literatures of Sothern Slavic peoples, or for everybody longing to know about Slavic culture. For the first time in Russia these literatures are a special object of research as a literary integrity.

Key words: Southern Slavic literatures, Slovenian literature, Bulgarian literature, Macedonian literature, Serbian literature, Croatian literature, Montenegrin literature, literature of Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

Lapteva L. P.

G. А. Iliinsky on the Slavophilism

The article characterizes ideas of Slavicist G. A. Iliinsky on the Slavophilism – from one hand, as a trend of the social thought reflecting sympathy to Slavic peoples, from the other hand, as a theory of national-ethnical exceptionality. The author compares positions of Westerners and Slavophils.

Key words: G. A. Iliinsky, Slavophilism, Westerners, Slavic peoples, Khomiakov, the Aksakov brothers, Lamansky, Danilevsky


Lunkova N. А.

Narratives of 1970s and Short Stories of 1990s by Stanislaw Stratiev:

on the Problem of Genre

The article performs the main stylistic and genre-shaping features of the prose by Bulgarian author Stanislaw Stratiev. The focal point is the analyses of narrative and short storey as principal genre models of the prose by Stratiev: functions of the author and a narrator, compositional characterizes of the texts and the structure of their motives.

Key words: Bulgarian literature, prose, Stanislaw Stratiev, genre, genre stylistic


Maiorova О. N.

The Growth of the Protest Potential in the Polish Society in the First Half of 1970s

The article characterizes moods in the Polish society of the first half of 1970s; the author shows that, in spite of the significant political stabilization achieved by the team of Gierek, the protest potential was constantly growing.

Key words: Poland, 1970s, social moods, protest potential

Molnar L. V.

Hungary in the Travel Notes of Russian Travellers of the Epoch of the Napoleonic Wars

The article is about the travel notes of such Russian travellers as Th. Glinka, A. Turgenev, W. Broniewsky and others; these compositions are of historical and literary-artistic value and they give testimonies of teh Russian-Hungarian contacts in the early 19th cent.

Key words: War 1812, foreign campaigns of the Russian Army, Hungary, Napoleon, Alexander I, Russian literature of the early 19th cent., travel notes

 

Nemensky О. B.

St Cyril and Methodius as the Baptizers of Russia in Orthodox and Unitarian Ideas of Rzech Pospolita in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century

The author traces the process of shaping and the evolution of historical interpretations of the mission of St Cyril and Methodius in the discussion between Orthodox people and members of the Uniat Church happened in Rzech Pospolita after the Church Union of Brest 1596. A special attention is put on the versions of the direct participation of the Slavic First-Teachers in the Christening of Russia.

Key words: ecclesiastical-confessional polemic, Orthodox-Uniate polemical literature, Church Union, mission of St Cyril and Methodius, Church Union of Brest, Rzech Pospolita, Kievan Metropole, Constantinople Patriarchate, Christening of Russia

 

Novoseltsev B. S.

The Yugoslav-American Relations in the Early 1960s

The article focuses on the circumstances of the Yugoslav-American relations in the early 1960s. The author tries to explain the causes of the deterioration of the Yugoslav-American relations in the period under review and to analyze the activity of the two parties in the attempts to overcome this situation.

Key words: Yugoslavia, Non-Aligned movement, foreign policy, the U.S.A., most favored nation treatment, Josip Broz Tito.

Pervushin M. V.

On the Missionary Methods of St Cyril Equal to the Apostles

The aim of the article is to prove that typical missionary features shown in the Life of St Cyril the Philosopher can be interpreted the way different from those ones dominating in previous researches.

Key words: literature, language, life, person, author, St Cyril, mission, polemic

Petrukhin V. Ya.

The Invitation of Varangians and the Tradition of St Cyril and Methodius

The article deals with the history of the name Rus’ (Russkaya zemlya) which is neutral in the ethnic sense. This name is a stable «concept» in the history of Eastern Europe thanks to it cultural and cult components. «Russian faith» and Russian language based on the tradition of St Cyril and Methodius helped to preserve that name and the self-consciousness.

Key words: Varangoans, tradition of St Cyril and Methodius, Primary Chronicles

Rakityansky О. V.

The Ukrainian Military Organization: in the Search for the «Author»

The article is about the problem of shaping of the Ukrainian military organization and the role of Е. Konovalets and Е. Petrushevich in its further formation.

Key words: Ukrainian military organization, Ukrainian nationalists, Е. Konovalets, Е. Petrushevich

Serapionova Е. P.

A New Research of the Life and Activity of N. L. Okunev

The review of J. Jancarkova’s book about the Russian art historian N. L. Okunev, who lived in emigration in Prague, describes the contents of the book paying a special attention to the Russian and the emigrant periods of his life and to the professional analysis of his research heritage.

Key words: N. L. Okunev, history of Russian culture abroad, Byzantine studies, Old Russian art, medieval Armenian art, Serbian art and architecture

 

Sinitsa N. A.

The Image of Cleric in the Russian and Polish Language Traditions (Rus. pop, Pol. ksiądz)

The article provides the analysis of the semantic derivatives Rus. pop, Pol. ksiądz in the Russian and Polish language traditions (common language and dialects), phraseology and paremiology with these words. On the base of this analysis, the author highlights the main features of the linguistic image cleric in both languages: the characteristic appearance, moral and ethical characteristics, especially domestic order and other ones. There is a note of similarities and differences in the perception of cleric in these two language cultures.

Key words: Slavic lexicology, semantic reconstruction, comparative semasiology, ethnolinguistics, folk religion, traditional culture


Sokolovskaya О. V.

Letters by Greek Queen Olga to Emperor Alexander III

There is the first publication of letters from the Queen of Hellenes Olga to her cousin, Tsesarevich Alexander, who became Emperor Alexander III in 1881; the letters are about various matters of the life of the imperial family in 1866–1884.

Key words: the Romanovs dynasty, meetings of royal relatives in Denmark, character of Alexander III, friendship of Olga Konstantinovna with Empress Maria Fedorovna, Greece


Starikova N. N.

On the Certain Features of Postmodernism in Southern Slavic Literatures

Acknowledgement with ideas of postmodernism began in Southern Slavic literatures at the edge of 1970s–1980s. Literatures of Bulgaria and Yugoslavia modified the artistic model formed in America and Europe by the third quarter of the 20th cent. Opposite to the West, Slavic postmodernism was a reaction of literature at the ideological non-freedom in the period of late totalitarianism and then at the fall of the socialist system.

Key words: Southern Slavic literatures, postmodernism, poststructuralism, intertextuality

Strunina N. G.

From the History of the Russian-Montenegrin Relations: Visits of Nikola Petrović-Njegoš to Russia

 

The article deals with the history of the Russian-Montenegrin relations in the reign of Nikola Petrović-Njegoš. On the base of archival documents, the author studies his visits to Petersburg the result of which was a broad help to Montenegro from Russian.

Key words: Montenegro, Nikola Petrović-Njegoš, the Romanovs, Russian-Montenegrin relations, dynasty marriages, Balkan union, Russian subsidies to Montenegro, Serbia, the Balkans

Stykalin А. S.

The Hungarian Lands in 1814 from the Point of View of a Russian Officer. From the Travel Notes of А. I. Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky

 

Alexandr Mikhailovsky-Danilevsky, an officer close to the Russian Emperor Alexander I, and later a well-known expert in the Russian military history, visited the main Hungarian cities Buda and Pest in 1814 with his Emperor in the months of the Congress of Vienna. The Hungarian realities of the epoch of the Napoleonic Wars were reflected in his notes which are a valuable source for researchers.

Key words: War 1812, Napoleon, Alexander I, the Congress of Vienna, foreign campaigns of the Russian Army, Hungary in the early 19th cent.

Timofeev А. Yu.

The Activity of the «Union of Soviet Patriots» in Serbia in the Period of the Second World War

 

On the base of archival materials and memories of the members of the events, the author makes an attempt to reconstruct the activity of the «Union of Soviet Patriots» – an anti-fascist organization of Russian emigrants in Yugoslavia.

Key words: Union of Soviet Patriots, Russian emigration in Serbia, the Second World War in Yugoslavia, the guerillas movement

Turilov А. А.

On the Dating and Provenance of Two Serbian Parchment Copies of the Book of Canons (Kormchaya) of St Sabas

The article is about the exact dating and provenance of two parchment copies of Kormchaya translated in Athos, in the milieu of St Saba of Serbia about 1219. On the base of studying of two handwritings the author establishes the connection of the first manuscript with the Archbishop’s scriptorium of the first third of the 14th cent, and that one of the second manuscript with the royal scriptorium of the same period.

Key words: Nomocanon (Kormchaya) with commentaries in the Serbian translation of the 13th cent., early parchment copies, problems of dating and attribution of handwritings

Shemiakin А. L.

«Party of a New Type». The Specific of Serbian Radicalism (the End of the Nineteenth – the Early of the Twentieth Century)

The author analyses the organization, political culture and inner ethos of the Serbian Radical party – the biggest political structure of the independent Serbia. He comes to the conclusion on the similarity of the party of Serbian radicals with a «party of the a new type», i.e. Russian Bolsheviks.

Key words: Serbian Radical Party, Nikola Pashich, Russian Bolsheviks

Shkarovsky M. V.

The Influence of the Russian Clerical Emigration on the Slavic Countries in 1920s–1940s

The article deals with the history of the Russian clerical emigration and its influence at the cultural, social and ecclesiastical life of the Slavic countries of Eastern Europe in 1920s – 1940s.

Key words: Russian clerical emigration, Slavic countries, Europe, missionary activity, spiritual education

Shchavinskaya L. L.

«Put... an Attention of Those Belorussians»

On the base of rich sources of the first quarter of the 19th cent., including documents of personal archives of eminent persons of the period, the author clarifies the initial steps in the process of setting a question of shaping a special discipline – Belorussian philology.

Key words: Belorussian studies, Belorussian philology, К. F. Kalaidovich

Uzeneva Е. S.

Sketches on the Bulgarian Ethnolinguistics

The review performs the analyses of a new book on the Bulgarian ethnolinguistics where a cultural and linguistic interpretation of certain fragments of the traditional culture of Bulgarians is given.

Key words: ethnolinguistics, Bulgarian language, folk calendar, folk etymology, concept, family

Valeva Е. L.

The State Politic of Bulgaria to the Turkish Ethnic Community (1980s)

The article deals with various turns of the state politic of the Communist regime of Bulgaria in its relation to the Moslem national minority and an attempt of the final assimilation of Bulgarian Turks in 1984–1985, as well as the opposition to that campaign from the Moslem ethnical community.

Key words: «Restoration process», national minority, ethnic community of Turks, Communist regime, civil rights activists, Т. Zhivkov

 

Vashchenko М. S.

Russia in 1880s from the Point of View of Franjo Rački and Lajos Thallóczy

This article is devoted to a description of Russia in the early 1880s which is contained in the travel notes by Croatian historian and politician Franjo Rački and Hungarian economist and official Lajos Thallóczy.

Key words: Russia, Austria-Hungary, Croatia, travel notes, Slavic mutuality, Russian economy

Vashchenko (Anisimova) D. Yu.

The Сomparative Analyses of Ethnolinguistic Materials from Hungarian Villages of Fedémes and Sáska

There is a comparative analyses of two Hungarian ethnic and cultural traditions – Palocky and Middle Danube ones. A special attention is put on the terminological vocabulary of the folk spiritual culture. The author compares the calendar rites, wedding rituals and folk mythology. She finds general features in these traditions and difference between them, she describes lexemes with local attachment.

Key words: ethnic and cultural tradition, calendar rites, family rites, folk mythology

Vendina Т. I.

The Contemporary State of Slavic Dialects in the Perspective of the New Data of the All-Slavic Linguistic Atlas

The article is on the analyses of the linguistic prognosis about the dying out of dialects in the situation of social integration and industrialization of the society.

Key words: Slavic dialects, the All-Slavic Linguistic Atlas, traditional spiritual culture

Zhdanovskaya А. А.

The Image of Germans in the Czech Satirical Publications (1880s–1890s)

The article deals with the analyses of the process of shaping of the images of Austrian Germans and the German Empire on the base of materials of the Czech satirical weekly «Humoristickie Listy» of the end of the 19th cent. The author describes how did Czechs perceive a typical German, how did images of Austrian-German politicians are constructed, what was the concept of the German Empire and its first persons from common Czech point of view.

Key words: Czech-German relations, Austria-Hungary, ethnic stereotypes

Zapolsky I. А.

«Those Who Do Not Go for a War are Treated as Dishonourable Cowards»: the Specific of the Uskoks’ Self-Perception in the Second Half of the Sixteenth Century

The article is focused at the less studied problem of the self-identification of the Uskoks – Slavs migrated from the territory of the Ottoman Empire to the Balkan lands of the Habsburgs and the Republic of Venice in the early 16th cent., who took part in battle against Turks. The author studies the terms of shaping and the specific of their self-consciousness.

Key words: Uskoks, self-identification, the Ottoman Empire, military codex

 

 

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Agapkina Тatyana Alexeevna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of Ethnolinguistics and Folklore of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Akimova Оlga Аnatolievna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of the Medieval History of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Amelina Аnna Vyacheslavovna – junior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Literatures of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Baranska Anna – Dr.Hab. in Hist., Prof. of the Liublin Catholic University (Poland). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Bilek Jan – Historian and Philologist, researcher of the Institute of Masarik of the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, teacher of the University of Gradec Kralow (Czech Republic). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Dronov Мikhail Yurievich. – junior researcher of the Department of Eastern Slavs of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Efimova Valeria Sergeevna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of Slavic Linguistics of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Frolova Мarina Мikhailovna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of South-Eastern Europe in the Modern Times of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Ganin Аndrey Vladislavovich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), Editor of the Department of Military History in the ‘Rodina’ magazine, senior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples in the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Korolkova Pauline Vladimirovna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Cand.), researcher of the Department of the History of Culture of Slavic Peoples of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Lapteva Liudmila Pavlovna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), Prof. of the Department of the History of Southern and Western Slavs of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Lunkova Natalia Аlexandrovna – junior researcher of the Department of Contemporary Literatures of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Maiorova Оlga Nikolaevna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Contemporary History of the Countries of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Molnar Laslo V. – Ph.D. in Hist. (Hungary). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Nemensky Оleg Borisovich – researcher of the Department of the History of the Meddle Ages of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Novoseltsev Boris Sergeevich – post-graduate of the Department of the History of Southern and Western Slavs of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Pervushin Mikhail Victorovich – Ph.D. in Phil. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Old-Slavic Literatures of the Institute of World Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Petrukhin Vladimir Yakovlevich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of the Medieval History of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Rakityansky Оleg Vladimirovich – senior teacher of the Financial University Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Sedakova Irina Alexandrovna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of Typology and Comparative Linguistics of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Serapionova Еlena Pavlovna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), Chief of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples in the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Sinitsa Natalia Alexandrovna – lab.assistant of the Department of Russian Language and General Linguistics of the Uralian Federal University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Sokolovskaya Оlga Vladimirovna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of South-Eastern Europe in the Modern Times of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript .

Starikova Nadezhda Nikolaevna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), Chief of the Department of Contemporary Literatures of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Strunina Natalia Grigorievna – junior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of South-Eastern Europe in the Modern Times of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Stykalin Аlexander Sergeevich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), leading researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples in the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Timofeev Аlexey Yurievich – Ph.D. in Hist., researcher of the Institute of the Contemporary History of Serbia (Republic of Serbia). Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Turilov Аnatoly Аrkadievich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), leading researcher of the Department of the Medieval History of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Shchavinskaya Larissa Leonidovna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of Eastern Slavs of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Shemiakin Аndrey Leonidovich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples in the Period of the World Wars of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Shkarovsky Mikhail Vitalievich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Doctor), Prof. of the St. Petersburg Spiritual Academy, leading researcher of the Central Archives of St. Petersburg. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Uzeneva Еlena Semenovna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Cand.), Research Secretary of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Valeva Еlena Ljubomirovna – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), senior researcher of the Department of the Contemporary History of the Countries of Central and South-Eastern Europe of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Vashchenko Mikhail Sergeevich – Ph.D. in Hist. (Cand.), junior researcher of the Department of the History of Slavic Peoples of Central Europe in the Modern Times, researcher of the Research Centre of the History of the Multi-National Austrian Empire of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Vashchenko (Anisimova) Daria Yurievna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Cand.), researcher of the Department of Slavic Linguistics of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Vendina Тatiana Ivanovna – Ph.D. in Phil. (Doctor), leading researcher of the Research Centre of the Areal Linguistics of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Zapolsky Ilya Аlexeevich. – post-graduate of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

Zhdanovskaya Аnastasia Аlexandrovna – post-graduate of the Department of the History of Southern and Western Slavs of the Historical Faculty of the Moscow State University. Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript

 

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