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Was there a Russian Enlightenment?

A one-day conference held at Ertegun House, Oxford on Saturday 10th November 2012.

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Was there a Russian Enlightenment? What's the problem and why does it matter? 1/8. Andrew Kahn (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Andrew Kahn 03 Dec 2012
2 Creative Commons Religious dogma versus scientific progress: Enlightenment issues in 18th c. Russia 2/8. Alexander Iosad (Cantemir Institute, Oxford) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Alexander Iosad 03 Dec 2012
3 Creative Commons Picking over the pieces, or Diderot in St. Petersburg: Zeitgeist? accident? or one more bit in a puzzle? 3/8. Marian Hobson (Queen Mary, University of London) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Marian Hobson 03 Dec 2012
4 Creative Commons Voltaire in St Petersburg: The Voltaire Library and the Marginalia Project 4/8. Gillian Pink (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Gillian Pink 03 Dec 2012
5 Creative Commons The Enlightenment in the Correspondence of Catherine the Great and Friedrich Melchior Grimm 5/8. Kelsey Rubin-Detlev (Ertegun House, Oxford) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Kelsey Rubin-Detlev 03 Dec 2012
6 Creative Commons How Should Theatre Work? The Question of Audience 6/8. Alexei Evstratov (Université Paris-Sorbonne) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Alexei Evstratov 03 Dec 2012
7 Creative Commons Intervention in space and affirmation of self: the ethics of improvement 7/8. Andreas Schönle (Queen Mary, University of London) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Andreas Schönle 03 Dec 2012
8 Creative Commons European authors and Russian nuns. An Enlightened girl takes a monastic oath 8/8. Andrei Zorin (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford) delivers a talk for "Was there a Russian Enlightenment?", a one-day seminar held at Ertegun House, Oxford in November 2012. Andrei Zorin 03 Dec 2012