Intellectual Culture of Romanticism
Head of the seminar: Dr. Piotr V. Rezvykh
Piotr Rezvykh is the historian of the XIX century philosophy, specialist on Schelling. His research seminar unites young researchers (including some of IGITI faculty), representing various disciplines and branches of study in the Historic and Humanities Cycle. The discussion is shaped in the form of an all-round dialogue between historians of philosophy and specialists in other branches of humanities. The tramlines of philosophic and scientific thought of the end of the XVIII century through the first third of the XIX century that defined the outlook of the “the epoch of romanticism” in the history of western culture, are analyzed from the standpoint of the special context of History of philosophy and History of science, and from another standpoint, i.e. as a source of methodological reflection of contemporary humanities that have common historical background. At this seminar we also discuss mutual integration of research paradigms and methods of those Humanitarian disciplines that have the period between the end of the XVIII century through the first third of the XIX century as one of the most significant in the intellectual prehistory of modernity, and, in particular, as the critical stage of their own historical formation. The goal of this seminar is an attempt to create an integrated picture of the intellectual culture of Romanticism.
Graffiti and Street Art In Cultural Cityscape
Head of the seminar – Dr. Natalia Samutina.
People and Public Space in Contemporary Moscow: A Research of Cultural Transformations
Head of the seminar – Dr. Natalia Samutina. Teachers – Dr. R. Abramov, Dr. B. Stepanov
The research workshop was organized in 2008. Now it functions in the framework of the project «People and Public Space in Contemporary Moscow: A Research of Cultural Transformations (Case study: State Museum-Reserve Tsaritsyno)». The main purpose of the workshop is to encourage a development of complicated theoretical perspective according to characteristics of the case. It presupposes the usage of interdisciplinary methodological approaches, such as visual sociology, social anthropology, cultural studies, media studies, theories of contemporary photography. Participants of the workshop discuss theoretical issues and empirical data related to three main fields of study: problems of historical heritage, different aspects of visual organization of space in Tsaritsyno and modes of social interaction and communication occurring in the park and museum areas. The workshop is open to anyone interested in these subjects.
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