60th Annual Meeting of the Study Group on Eighteenth-Century Russia

High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddesdon, 4-6 January 2019

Friday 4 January

1630-1800 Nikolas Pissis (Freie Universität Berlin), 'Petrus Primus Russograecorum Monarcha': On the Multiple Contexts of an Image

2000-2100 Business Meeting

Thursday 5 January

0930-1100 Anastas'ia Lystsova (Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg), The Russian Succession Crisis of 1740-41

1130-1300 Maria Petrova (Higher School of Economics, Moscow), The Investigative Process in Russia in the 1760s (according to the Materials of the Moscow Investigative Expedition)

1600-1700 Matthieu Clément (Université de Lausanne), Shaping History for a Monarch: Frédéric-César de La Harpe’s lessons to the future Alexander I of Russia (1784-1794)

1700-1800 Danièle Tosato-Rigo (Université de Lausanne), Enlightened Education at the Russian Court: La Harpe’s Reports on Alexander and Constantine Pavlovitch's Learning

Sunday 6 January

0930-1100 Margarita Vaysman (University of St Andrews), 'Hussars! Silence!!!': Gender Normativity and Queer Identity in Nadezhda Durova's 'Notes of the Cavalry Maiden'

1130-1300 Ulla Ijâs (University of Turku), Shopping in Eighteenth-Century Northern Baltic Towns

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