48th Annual Meeting of the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia

High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, 3-5 January 2007

Wednesday 3 January

1700-1830 Alexei Evstratov (Moscow, Russia): Russian Court Theatre at the time of Catherine II: Ideology, Sociology and Aesthetic

2015-2130 Lena Marassinova (Moscow, Russia): The Concept of подданый: On the Problem of Social Control in Eighteenth-Century Russia

Thursday 4 January

0930-1100 Janet Hartley (London, UK): Russia 1762-1825: a Garrison State?

1130-1300 Philip Longworth (London, UK): Enlightenment as a Tool of Imperial Expansion? The Academy of Sciences and Russia's Annexation of Georgia

1700-1830 Colum Leekey (Virginia, USA): The Decadence of Agriculture. On the History of the Free Economic Society

2015-2130 Business meeting

Friday 5 January

0930-1100 Kirill Ospovat (Moscow, Russia): Towards a Cultural History of the Court of Elizaveta Petrovna

1130-1300 Rodolphe Baudin (Strasbourg, France): Sounds and Noise in Radishchev's Путешествие

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