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[ 04.10.2018 ] - Starptautiska zinātniska konference "Socio-Political and Religious Ideas and Movements in the 20th – 21st Centuries"

Latvijas Universitātes Filozofijas un socioloģijas institūts, sadarbībā ar Vroclavas Universitātes Starptautisko studiju institūtu (Polija) un Opoles Universitātes Politisko zinātņu institūtu (Polija), Krievijas Zinātņu Akadēmijas Vispārējās Vēstures institūta Reliģijas un Baznīcas vēstures centru un Sanktpēterburgas Universitātes Filozofijas institūtu (Krievija) š.g. 4.-5. oktobrī, Kalpaka bulvārī 4, rīko starptautisku zinātnisku konferenci “Sociāli politiskās un reliģiskās idejas un kustības 20.–21.gs.

Reliģiju pētnieki, politologi, antropologi, filozofi, vēsturnieki un teologi Rīgas zinātniskajā forumā diskutēs par politisko un reliģisko ideju mijiedarbību mūsdienu pasaulē.  Lai izprastu mūsdienu pasaulē notiekošos globālos procesus, tiks aplūkota 20.gs. vēsturiskā pieredze, īpašu akcentu veltījot autoritāro un totalitāro režīmu atstātajam ideoloģiskajam mantojumam.

Konferencē tiksies zinātnieki no Latvijas, Polijas, Krievijas, Lietuvas, Igaunijas, Lielbritānijas, Vācijas, Turcijas, Ukrainas, Indijas un Ungārijas.

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The Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, the University of Latvia

The University of Opole/ The Institute of Political Science

The University of Wrocław/ The Institute of International Studies

The Institute of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State University

The Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences/ Center for the History of Religion and the Church

 

International Scientific Conference

 Socio-Political and Religious Ideas and Movements

in the 20th – 21st Centuries

 

Latvia, Riga, 4 – 5 October 2018

 

Thursday, October 4

Kalpaka bulvāris 4, 1st floor, conference hall

 

9.30 – registration and welcoming coffee

10.00 – 10.30 - opening of the conference

Prof. Maija Kūle, director of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology/ The University of Latvia

 

10.30 – 12.30 - Session I

 

Keynote speakers

Moderator:  Robert Parkin

10.30 – 11.00

Joanna Kulska. Opole/ Poland

Religion as a Source of Peace: Contribution of Religious Factor to Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

 

11.00 – 11.30

Bülent Sönmez. Izmir/ Turkey

Faith, Value, and Violence

 

11.30 – 12.00

Solveiga Krūmiņa–Koņkova. Riga/ Latvia

Liberation Theology and Marxism: the Explanation of Some Myths

 

12.00 – 12.30

Anna Jagiełło –Szostak. Wrocław/ Poland

Joanna Kulska. Opole/ Poland

The Role of Religion in the Reconciliation Process and Peacebuilding – the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Ahmići, Trusina, Bradina)

12.30 – 13.00 – discussions

13.00 – 14.00 – lunch

 

14.00 – 15.30 - Session II

Moderator: Solveiga Krūmiņa-Koņkova

 

Bianca Maria Speidl. Budapest/ Hungary

Resilience as Advocacy for European Islam Today

 

Aleksei Lokhmatov. Cologne/ Germany

Theory in Action: French Personalism on the Intellectual Landscape of Post-war Poland

 

Svetlana Ryzhakova. Moscow/ Russia

Animism vs. Hinduism Today: Theoretical Turn and Ethnographic Practice. Case Study of Possession and Performance in India

 

Anatoliy M. Alekseev-Apraksin. St. Petersburg/ Russia

Boris R. Erokhin. Moscow/ Russia, New Delhi/ India

Network Paradigm in Buddhist Studies

 

Irina Paert. Tartu/ Estonia

The Blood of Martyrs and the Making of the Estonian Orthodoxy: 1917-1919

 

15.30 – 16.00 – coffee break


16.00 – 17.00 - Session III

Moderator: Joanna Kulska

 

Rasa Račiūnaitė-Paužuolienė. Kaunas/ Lithuania

The Reciprocity of Religious Movements of Lithuanian Diaspora and the Role of Religious Institutions in the Post-Secular England Society

 

Dmitriy Weber. Saint-Petersburg/ Russia

Religion and Person in Russian Mediaeval Studies in Russian Empire at the Beginning of the 20th Century

 

Krišjānis Lācis. Riga/ Latvia

The Concept of True Knowledge in the Struggle of the Total State Against the Church: Case of Søren Kierkegaard and Carl Schmitt

 

17.00 – 17.15 - discussions

 

17.15 – 18.00

Presentation of book Orthodoxy in the Baltics: religion, politics and education. 1840s-1930s, editor: Irina Paert, Tartu/Estonia

 

18.30 – social evening

 


Friday, October 5

Kalpaka bulvāris 4, 3rd floor, room 327

 

10.00 – 13.00 - Session IV

Keynote speakers

Moderator: Irina Paert

 

10.00 – 10.30

Robert Parkin. Oxford/ England

How Świebodzin Got its Statue: Reflections on Sacred Spaces and Religious Tourism

 

10.30 – 11.00

Michał Gierycz. Warsaw/ Poland

On the “New Paradigm of Catholicity” and its Possible Consequences for Socio-Political Role of Catholic Church

 

11.00 – 11.30

Natalia Shlikhta. Kiev/ Ukraine

Adaptability as a Survival Strategy Under Communism: Reconsidering the Approach of the Russian Orthodox Church

 

11.30 – 12.00

Dalia Marija Stančienė. Klaipėda/ Lithuania

Inter-Confessional Dialogue in Post-Secular Society

 

12.30-13.00

Evgenia Tokareva. Moscow/ Russia

Catholics in Russia: Facing the New Political Regime: 1917-1921

 

13.00 – 13.30 – discussions

13.30 – 14.30 – lunch

 

14.30 – 16.00 - Session V

Kalpaka bulvāris 4, 3rd floor, room 322

Moderator: Aleksei Lokhmatov

 

Anna Alieva. Moscow/ Russia

Russian Religious Life in Beyond-Parish Brotherhoods and Methods of Studying It.

 

Irina Gordeeva. Moscow/ Russia

The Religious Roots of the Pacifist Movement in the Russian Empire and the USSR in the 20th century

 

Ivan Petrov. Saint-Petersburg/ Russia 

Christian Seminar: An Attempt to Comprehend the Persecution of the Church and Technique of Resistance to Bolshevism

 

Liudmila Artamoshkina. Saint Petersburg/ Russia 

White Kerchiefs’ Against Atheism

 

Margarita Shilkina. Moscow/ Russia

Beyond-Parish Brotherhoods in the Russian Orthodox Church and Exemption from the Communist Ideology

 

Discussions

 

14.30 – 16.00 - Session VI

Kalpaka bulvāris 4, 3rd floor, room 327

Moderator: Rasa Račiūnaitė-Paužuolienė

 

Laine Kristberga. Riga/Latvia

The Appropriation of Religious Context in Latvian Performance Art in the Period of Late Socialism

 

Nadežda Pazuhina. Riga/Latvia

Discovering the Alternative Past: Christian History on the Pages of Old-Believers’ Periodicals in Latvia 

 

Ojārs Stepens. Riga/ Latvia

The Heritage of the Totalitarian Control: the Problem of the KGB Heritage in the Cultural Sector of Nowadays Latvia

 

Galina Sedova (sister Euphrosyne). Daugavpils/ Latvia

Life of the Riga Diocese During the Stalin Period (1944-1952)

 

Māra Kiope, Inese Runce. Riga/Latvia

Secularization in the Soviet Latvia: Tendencies, Methods and Experiments

 

Mārtiņš Mintaurs. Riga/Latvia

A Pastor in Politics. Andrievs Niedra (1871–1942) and Construction of Latvian Nationalism in 1905–1915

 

Discussions

16. 00 – 16.15 - coffee break

 

16.15 – 16.45 - Session VII

Keynote speech (in Russian)

Kalpaka bulvāris 4, 3rd floor, room 327

Moderator: Dalia Marija Stančienė

 

Boris Philippov. Moscow/ Russia

Exiting the Socialist System: the Problems of Churches in the Post-Soviet State

 

16.45 – 17.15 – Conclusion of conference

18.00 – optional social evening and Latvian beer tasting

 


The Organization Committee

1.       Solveiga Krūmiņa–Koņkova/ The University of Latvia

2.      Joanna Kulska/ The University of Opole

3.      Anna Jagiełło–Szostak/ The University of Wrocław

4.      Evgenia Tokareva/ The Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences

5.      Irina Paert/ Tartu University

6.      Nadežda Pazuhina/The University of Latvia

7.      Inese Runce/ The University of Latvia;

8.     Laine Kristberga/ The University of Latvia

 

 

 

 

 

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