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Главная English version International Symposium was held in Nicholo-Ugreshskaya seminary
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15.10.2016 00:00

 

The international symposium "Russia and Greece: the unity of spirit, the unity of faith, the unity of tradition" was held on October 15, 2016, in Nicholo-Ugreshskaya seminary. It was dedicated to the history of Russian-Greek diplomatic and church relations, modern theology and history of the Orthodox Church.

Русская версия: В Николо-Угрешской семинарии состоялся международный симпозиум

Greek version: στο Νικολο-Ουγκρέσκα πνευματικό σεμινάριο πραγματοποιήθηκε το διεθνές συμπόσιο

 

The symposium has been held in Nicholo-Ugreshskaya seminary within the international conference "Russian-Greek Relations", which takes place from October 10 to 22, 2016, in Moscow, Athens and Thessaloniki owing to the 1000 anniversary of the Russian presence in the Mount Athos. In the beginning of the symposium the Rector of the seminary Hegumen Ioann welcomed all the participants. Then the Most Reverend George, Mitropolitan of Kitros, Katerini, and Platamon (Church of Greece), the President of the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki, gave his blessing to all the attendees. Rector of Orenburg seminary Hegumen Nicodemus (Shushmarchenko) arrived at the symposium and delivered the greeting message from the Most Reverend Benjamin, Metropolitan of Orenburg and Saraktash.

The partners and special guests expressed good wishes to the conference:

• Ksenia A. Klimova, Ph.D., the representative of the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology of Lomonosov Moscow State University,

• Anna A. Toropova, the representative of the MGIMO University,

• Mary Iv. Repina, the vice-chairman of the Movement "Orthodox Russia", the CEO of the Charity Foundation of Social Initiatives «People’s enterprise»,

• Mikhail Asmus, the priest, the representative of the Department for External Church Relations of the Russian Orthodox Church.

The session of the symposium began with the presentation of the project "Erasmus+", presented by Archpriest Gregory Stamkopulos, associate professor of the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki. The program "Erasmus+" is the European program which supports cooperation in the education sphere. The Nicholo-Ugreshskaya Seminary and the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki have joined the program and are now able to organize the international exchange of their students and teachers. The ceremony of signing of the cooperation agreements under the program "Erasmus+" was held within the symposium.

During the symposium the participants presented the results of their research on Russian-Greek relations: Michael Asmus, the priest (the Department for External Church Relations of the Russian Orthodox Church), Marina S. Krutova, the Doctor of philology, the professor (Russian State Library), Irina V. Mokletsova, the Doctor of philology, the professor (Lomonosov Moscow State University). Also very illustrative historical examples of Russian-Greek cooperation were submitted by Alexey A. Kascheev (Russian State Library), Ekaterina Yu. Perova, PhD in culturology, the associate professor (Moscow State Linguistic University), Nicholas Scheglov, the priest (Nicholo-Ugreshskaya Seminary).

As a part of the symposium there was held the presentation of the book "The Athonite archive of the XX century. Papers of Russian St. Panteleimon Monastery", published by Russian Emigration Archive in 2014. The book contains rare historical materials and photos.

Within the conference valuable gifts were granted to the seminary: a book "The Athonite archive of the XX century. Papers of Russian St. Panteleimon Monastery" (Moscow-Brussels, 2014), as well as a number of copies of the book of Olga V. Sokolovskaya "Queen Olga of Greece: Under the hammer of the fate" (M., 2016). The latter book was dedicated to the granddaughter of Nicholas I the Emperor of Russia - Grand Duchess Olga Konstantinovna Romanova, who for many years in XIX and XX centuries was the Queen of Greece and played a huge role in the development of Russian-Greek relations. It is noteworthy that there is a street named after her in Thessaloniki, and furthermore in 2016 the monument to Queen Olga was opened in this city. In the near future the publication of this book in Greek is planned.

The symposium was concluded with the excursion to the Nikolo-Ugreshsky monastery for all participants and attendees.

Agenda of the finished international symposium: download.

 

Nikolo-Ugreshskaya Theological Seminary
Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology of
Lomonosov Moscow State University
MGIMO University
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki

International symposium

RUSSIA AND GREECE:
THE UNITY OF SPIRIT, THE UNITY OF FAITH, THE UNITY OF TRADITION:

within the international conference «Russian-Greek relations»

(Moscow, Athens, Thessaloniki. October 10–22, 2016)

15 October 2016

Time limits: greeting 5 min., speech 15 min., questions and discussion 5 min.

Opening remarks, greeting 10.00-10.20

Hegumen Ioann (Rubin), PhD in theology, the Rector of Nikolo-Ugreshskaya Theological Seminary

The Most Reverend George, Mitropolitan of Kitros, Katerini, and Platamon (Church of Greece), the President of University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki

Greeting from the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Philology of Lomonosov Moscow State University

Greeting from MGIMO University

Honoured guests

Hegumen Nikodim (Shushmarchenko), the Rector of Orenburgskaya Theological Seminary

Mary Iv. Repina, the CEO of the Charity Foundation of Social Initiatives «People’s enterprise»

Presentation of the project «Erasmus+» 10.20-10.40

Gregory Stamkopulos, the archpriest, the associate professor of the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki (The Church of Greece);

Hegumen Ioann (Rubin), PhD in theology, the Rector of Nikolo-Ugreshskaya Theological Seminary

Session 10.40-14.00

10.40-11.00. Gregory Stamkopulos, the archpriest, the associate professor of the University Ecclesiastical Academy of Thessaloniki (The Church of Greece)

The future of the ecclesiastical education
within common Russian-Greek tradition

11.00-11.20. Michael Asmus, the priest (the Department for External Church Relations of the Russian Orthodox Church)

Holy mount Athos as the intersection
of Greek and Russian orthodox traditions

11.20-11.40. Marina S. Krutova, the Doctor of philology, the professor (Russian State Library, Nikolo-Ugreshskaya Theological Seminary)

The Athonite Slavic manuscripts of XI–XIX centuries
in the в Department of manuscripts of Russian State Library

11.40-12.00. Irina V. Mokletsova, the Doctor of philology, the professor of the Department of Comparative Studies in Literatures and Cultures of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Area Studies (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Russian-Greek interrelations
in the creative heritage of A.N. Muraviev

12.00-12.30. Tea Break

12.30-12.50. Alexey A. Kascheev, Head of the preventive conservation division of the Department of the Restoration of Library Stocks (Russian State Library)

«Taking the Holy Athos away»: on the materials from the archive of
archimandrite Leonid (Kavelin)

12.50-13.10. Ekaterina Yu. Perova, PhD in culturology, the associate professor of the Department of World Culture of Moscow State Linguistic University

The subject of suffering in the ascetic heritage of
Saint Silouan the Athonite and Saint Paisios of Mount Athos

13.10-13.30. Nicholas Scheglov, the priest, the master of theology, PhD (Nikolo-Ugreshskaya Theological Seminary)

Co-working of the Russian Church and the Soviet government in the deed of the preservation of the Russian presence in Athos in the 80s of the XX century (culturological aspect)

13.30-13.40. Elena N. Egorova, the lead research officer of Central Economics and Mathematics Institute RAS, the member of the Union of Russian Writers, head of the literary society «Ugresha», the member of the Board of Guardians of the Russian Emigration Archive (Brussels), the publishing editor of the Archive

The presentation of the book of Russian Emigration Archive
«The Athonite Archive of the XX century. Papers of
Russian St. Panteleimon Monastery» (М., 2014)