59th Annual Meeting of the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia

High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, 3-5 January 2018

Wednesday 3 January

1630-1800 Ricarda Vulpius (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), Russia as an Empire in the Eighteenth Century: Imperial and Colonial Concepts and Practices of the Russian Elite

2000-2100 Business Meeting

Thursday 4 January

0930-1100 Rachel Koroloff (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen), Via the Volga: The Gardens of Moscow and Astrakhan, 1706–50

1130-1300 Liudmila Sharipova (University of Nottingham), The Troubled Career of Sister Asklipiodata, a Convert Nun in Eighteenth-Century Kiev

1630-1800 Anthony Cross (University of Cambridge), Catherine the Great as portrayed during her Reign by British and British-based Artists

Friday 5 January

0930-1100 Viktoria Ivleva (Durham University), Shaping the Body Politic: From Catherine II's Uniform Dresses to Regional Uniforms

1130-1300 Andrew Curtin (University of Essex), Transforming Tradition: The Eighteenth Century in the Early Work of Alexander Ivanov

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