49th Annual Meeting of the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia

High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, 7-9 January 2008

Monday 7 January

1700-1830 Joachim Klein (Leiden, Netherlands): Karamzin and the 'Art of Living' (Letters of a Russian Traveller)

2015-2130 Jan Hennings (Cambridge, UK): The Honour of Peter the Great and the 'Defects of the English Constitution': Early Modern Ambassadorial Ceremonial and International Law

Tuesday 8 January

0930-1100 Marianna Murav'ieva (St Petersburg, Russia): Forms and Methods of Violence against Women in Eighteenth-Century Russia: Law Against Morality

1130-1300 Mikhail Velizhev (St Petersburg, Russia): Мысли о России: An Unearthed Essay of Iakov Ivanovich Bulgakov (1743-1809)

1700-1830 Ed Weeda (Netherlands): Enlightenment’s Gateway to Darkness: Vadim Novgorodskii and the Discussion about Autocracy

2015-2130 Business Meeting

Wednesday 9 January

0930-1100 Mikhail Suslov (St Petersburg, Russia): >The Origins of Russian Political Utopia in the late Eighteenth & Early Nineteenth Century

1130-1300 Michela Venditti (Italy): Похвала комару Державина: интертекстуальность и автотематичность

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