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National University “Ostrog Academy” (Ukraine)

Euro-Asian Accrediting Association Resource and Research Center

Institute of Religious Studies of Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Evangelische Theologische Faculteit (Belgium)

European Humanities University (Lithuania)

International University LCC (Lithuania)

St. Petersburg Christian University (Russia)

Pentecostal Theological Institute (Romania)
II INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC-PRACTICAL CONFERENCE

13-15 April 2016, Ostrog (Ukraine)
Informational communication
The Reformation: East European Dimensions
Respected colleagues, we invite you to take part in the work of the Second International Scholarly-Practical conference in the series “Reformation 500.” The conference will take place 13-15 April at National University “Ostrog Academy” (ul. Seminarskaia 2, Ostrog, Rovenskaia obl., Ukraine).

Five-hundredth anniversary of the Reformation

In October 2017 the Christian world will commemorate five hundred years since the beginning of the European Reformation, one of the most important events of world history, which influenced the confessional situation in Europe and determined the direction of the further development of Western civilization as a whole. The celebration of the Reformation’s anniversary presents the opportunity to rethink the historical path of Protestantism and calls us to reevaluate the significance of the Reformation legacy for the contemporary world and examine its creative potential in the search for answers to contemporary challenges for Christian theology. With these factors in mind, the EAAA Resource and Research Center has initiated a cycle of inter-disciplinary scholarly-practical conferences dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In April 2015 the first conference, entitled “The Reformation: History and the Contemporary World,” was held in Vilnius (Lithuania). The next conferences, “The Reformation: East European Dimensions” and “The Reformation and the Humanities” will take place in Ostrog (April 2016) and St. Petersburg (April 2017), respectively.



Conference: “The Reformation: East European Dimensions”

The goal of the conference “The Reformation: East European Dimensions” is the activation of historical research of Reformation movements in the East European context and their role in church transformation and the socio-cultural processes of the post-Reformation period.



Basic directions of the conference’s work

  • Conditions for the Reformation in the Slavic world: social shifts, Renaissance humanism, transformations in Catholicism and Orthodoxy;

  • Specific Reformation processes in the West and East European contexts, the influence of Reformation movements on socio-political, cultural and church transformation in East Europe;

  • Models of the Reformation in the Rzeczpospolita (activity of Orthodox church brotherhoods, Uniate projects) and in the Grand Duchy of Moscow (Non-possessor movement, and others);

  • History of Protestant movements in East Europe, their intellectual potential, national-creative intentions, educational and publishing activity, the contribution of Protestants to the development of Slavic culture;

  • East European directions of later Protestantism and the Reformation: issues of identity, confessional essence, specifics of the appearance of Reformation ideas in the evangelical movement;

  • The European Reformation and historical churches in the East European context: basic aspects of confrontation and mutual influence;

  • The Reformation and the civilization choice of East European peoples;

  • Contemporary concepts of the Reformation in East European theology.

Working languages of the conference: Ukrainian, English, and Russian.

Thematic sections

Conference work is planned according to the following thematic sections:



  • Historical section

  • Theological section

  • Cultural studies section

Preliminary conference schedule

13 April (Wednesday)

10: 00-14.00 – arrival, registration

14: 00-15: 00 – conference opening

15: 00-16: 30 – first plenary session

16: 30-16: 45 – coffee break

17: 00-18: 30 – second plenary session

18: 30-19: 30 - supper

14 April (Thursday)

8: 00-9: 00 - breakfast

9: 00-10: 45 – third plenary session

10: 45-11: 15 – coffee break

11: 15-13: 00 – first sectional session

13: 00-14: 00 - dinner

14: 00-15: 45 – second sectional session

15: 45-16: 00 – coffee break

16: 00-18: 30 – tour of National University “Ostrog Academy”

18: 30-19: 30 - supper



15 April (Friday)

8: 00-9: 00 - breakfast

9: 00-12: 00 – third sectional session

12: 00-13: 00 – closing of the conference

13: 00-14: 00 - lunch

14: 00-17: 00 – excursion around Ostrog

17: 00-19: 00 – celebratory dinner

19: 00-21: 00 – celebratory evening dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation



Publication of papers

Conference participants are invited to present a paper. A thematic issue of the E-AAA journal Bogoslovskie razmyshleniia/Theological Reflections containing materials from the conference will be prepared. Papers must correspond to the theme of the conference and demonstrate originality, relevance, scholarly innovation, and well-based assumptions. Papers may be submitted until 15 February 2016. Authors will be informed by 15 March as to whether their papers have been accepted for the conference or not and also (in the case of acceptance) concerning the place of presentation (whether in a plenary or sectional session). The thematic issue of Bogoslovskie razmyshleniia/Theological Reflections will be published in June 2016.



Format for papers

The text of the papers (up to 12 pages) must be submitted in MS Word, A4, Times New Roman, 12-point (footnotes 10-point), left side justified, 2 centimeter margins top and bottom, 2.5 centimeter left margin, 1.5 centimeter right margin, page numeration at the bottom right. Footnotes must be formulated through the Menu: References, Insert footnote. On the first page halfway down, center the title of the paper; above the title to the right, place the surname and initials of the author, academic degree(s) (without abbreviations), academic title, current position, place of work (or study), city and country of residence. Following the title add a summary of the paper (14 point, italics), in no more than 500 characters in Ukrainian or Russian and 900 to 1500 characters in English, and also a list of key words (in Ukrainian, Russian, or English, as appropriate).

Quotations and references are to be formulated according to the Notes and Bibliography of The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed. (http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html). The transliteration of words in Cyrillic is to correspond to the system of the Library of Congress (USA) (http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html). Authors are to present a brief summary of information about themselves both in the language in which the paper is written and also in English. The organizing committee reserves the right to decline papers that do not correspond to the announced theme, the necessary scholarly level, or to the requirements for formulation.

Conditions of participation

To register for the conference, participants must submit a registration form by 15 January 2016 (http://bit.ly/Reformation2Ostroh2015). Participants must pay a registration fee of 200 hryvnias. The registration fee includes the cost of a registration packet, housing, meals, coffee breaks, and cultural events. Travel expenses are the responsibility of the participant. Participants who do not pay the registration fee may register on the site reformation500.e-aaa.info and participate as guests (without the accommodations offered to conference participants).

Conditions for participation by scholars living abroad will be decided individually.

Participants whose papers are accepted for publication will be paid an additional 100 hryvnias and will receive an author’s copy of the journal.

Payment of the registration fee and payment for the publication of materials will be made at registration on the first day of the conference.

Organizing committee


  • Sergei Viktorovich Sannikov, President E-AAA; Doctor of Ministry; President of the Organizing Committee.

  • Nadezhda Georgievna Stokolos, Chairperson of the Religious Studies and Theology Faculty of National University “Ostrog Academy”; professor; Doctor of History.

  • Heinrich Hoffman, Professor of the Jagiellonian University; Doctor of Philosophy.

  • Roman Pavlovich Soloviy, Director of the E-AAA Resource and Research Center; Doctor of History; Corresponding Secretary of the conference.

  • Taras Nikolevich Diatlik, Director of the E-AAA Department of Educational Development; doctoral student in theology.

  • Evert van de Pol, Professor of the Evangelical Theological Faculty; Doctor of Theology.

  • Yuri Olegovich Bachishche, Assistant Professor of the Department of History, European Humanities University; Doctor of History.

  • Mikhail Mikhailovich Mokienko, Academic co-worker of the E-AAA Resource and Research Center; Doctor of History.

  • Tat’iana Kirillovna Nikol’skaia, Chairperson of the Department of History, St. Petersburg Christian University; Doctor of History.

  • Svetlana Vasil’evna Filipchuk, Assistant Professor of the Department of Religious Studies and Theology, National University “Ostrog Academy”; Doctor of History.

  • Ekaterina Igorevna Iakunina, Senior Instructor of the Department of Religious Studies and Theology, National University “Ostrog Academy”; Doctor of History.

  • Aleksandr Petrovich Kravets, Instructor of the Department of Indo-European Languages, National University “Ostrog Academy.”


Information

For more information concerning preparations for the conference, see http://reformation500.e-aaa.info.



The organizing committee may be contacted by e-mail at: romansoloviy@e-aaa.info.
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