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Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum. Biblia 1688 (une monumentale édition critique) | 189 Ordre de parution des volumes : Paul Miron, Alexandru Andriescu, Vasile Arvinte, Ioan Caproşu (dir.), Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum. Biblia 1688, Iaşi, Editura Universităţii ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, 1988-2004 [Pars i. Genesis, 1988 ; Pars ii. Exodus, 1991; Pars iii. Leviticus, 1993 ; Pars iv. Numeri, 1994 ; Pars v. Deuteronomium, 1997 ; Pars xi. Liber Psalmorum, 2003 ; Pars vi. Iosue, Iudicum, Ruth, 2004]. Gabriela Haja (dir.), Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum. Biblia 1688, Iaşi, Editura Universităţii ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, 2008 [Pars vii. Regum i, Regum ii]. Eugen Munteanu (dir.), Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum. Biblia 1688, Iaşi, Editura Universităţii ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, 2009-2015 [Pars ix. Paralipomenon i, Paralipomenon ii, 2011 ; Pars xxii. Iosephus ad Machabaeos, 2012 ; Pars x 2 . Iob, 2012 ; Pars viii. Regum iii, Regum iv, 2014; Pars xiv. Ieremia. Lamentationes Ieremiae, 2014 ; Pars xx. Sapientia, Ecclesiasticus, Susanna, De Belo sive Dracone Babylonico, 2014 ; Pars x 1 . Esdrae i, Nehemiae (Esdrae ii), Esther, 2015; Pars xii. Proverbia, Ecclesiastes, Canticum Canticorum, 2015; Pars xiii. Isaias, 2015 ; Pars xv. Ezechiel, 2015 ; Pars xvi. Daniel, 2015 ; Pars xvii. Osee, Ioël, Amos, Abdias, Ionas, Michaea, 2015 ; Pars xviii. Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggaeus, Zacharias, Malachias, 2015 ; Pars xix. Libri apocryphi : [Psalmus 151], Tobias, Iudith, Baruch, Epistola Ieremiae, Laudes trium iuvenum, Esdrae iii, 2015 ; Pars xxi. Machabaeorum i, Machabaeorum ii, Machabaeorum iii, 2015 ; Pars xxiii. Novum Testamentum i : Evangelia, 2015 ; Pars xxiv. Novum Testamentum ii : Actus Apostolorum, Pauli Epistolae, Catholicae Epistolae, Iudae, Apocalypsis Ioannis, 2015.] Les livres sont disponibles par correspondance (éditions de l’Université ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’ de Iaşi, Str. Pinului nr. 1A, 700109, Iaşi, Roumanie) et sur commande en ligne : http://www.editura.uaic.ro/colectii.php?colectie=monumenta_ linguae_dacoromanorum Email : editura@uaic.ro

190 | Confessional Fluidity and the Byzantine inheritance in Early Modern Ruthenian Society (Conference) Confessional Fluidity and the Byzantine Inheritance in Early Modern Ruthenian Society Conference 24 November 2017, La Maison française d’Oxford In the late 16 th and 17 th centuries, the Ruthenian lands — the former southern and western medieval Orthodox Rus principalities with the ecclesiastic centre of Kyiv—formed part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. Though multiconfessional and multi-ethnic, by the early seventeenth century, the retreat of Protestantism and Orthodoxy among the noble citizens who formed the Commonwealth’s ruling elite, ensured that Roman Catholicism dominated its high politics and its institutions. The religious upheaval of the Reformation and Counter- Reformation spanned the Commonwealth and its Ruthenian lands, and the influx of values, concepts, mentalities and innovations associated with early modernity reformed Ruthenian Orthodox culture. After 1596, the formation of the Uniate Church and the consequent outlawing of the Orthodox Church until 1632 posed fundamental questions concerning Ruthenian religious identity, and a period of considerable confessional fluidity ensued. In Ruthenian lands, Orthodox, Uniate, Catholics and Protestants competed for souls in a process that simultaneously strengthened confessional identities and stimulated the development of syncretic elements among them. Cultural hybridity became manifest in families, communities, and Ruthenian society as a whole. The focus on Ruthenian religious identity raised issues about the position of the Ruthenians within the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and propositions were put forth to transform the commonwealth of two nations into a Commonwealth of Three Nations. This conference is devoted to the political, religious and cultural re-visioning that fundamentally reordered the early modern Ruthenian world to accommodate the multiple cultural and historic forces that coalesced in the formation of personal, local, transcultural and ecumenical identities of Ruthenians. It explores how the Orthodox landscape formed by traditions derived from the past of Kyivan Rus was remapped to accommodate new political and ecclesiastical realities, and how the past was moulded and restaged in the invention of new traditions and identities. Session i. Literature, print culture and confessions, part 1. 9.00 am - 9.15 am: Arrival. 9.15 am: Introduction. Venue: La Maison française d’Oxford 2-10 Norham Rd, Oxford OX2 6SE 9.30 am - 10.00 am: Natalia Sinkevych (Museum of history of Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra – National Kyiv-Pechersk historical and cultural reserve). The 17th-century historical and hagiographical narrative, between Rome, Constantinople, Moscow and Warsaw. 10.00 am - 10.30 am: Florent Mouchard (Université de Rennes). Jakub Jan Susza’s hagiographic narrative: Confessional fluidity as a rhetorical strategy. 10.30 am - 11.00 am: Discussant: Simon Franklin (Cambridge University). 11.00 am -11.30 am: Coffee break. Session i. Literature, print culture and confessions, part 2. 11.30 am - 12.00 Laurent Tatarenko (Paris-CERCEC/Lublin-IESW). Linguistic pluralism and confessional building in the Ruthenian clergies of the 17th century. 12.00-12.30 Vera Tchentsova (Maison française d’Oxford). Shifting confessions: Orthodox co-religionists from abroad in Moscow in the first half of the 17th century. 12.30 am - 1.00 pm: Discussant: Ralph Cleminson (Oxford) 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm: Lunch. 2. Session ii. Art and ritual. 2.30 pm -3.00 pm: Maria Takala-Roszczenko (Joensuu, University of Eastern Finland). Ruthenian hymnography and ritual and the construction of confessional identities. 3.00 pm - 3.30 pm: Nazar Kozak (Lviv University). ‘Dumb as Fishes’: The Akathistos hymn and visual polemics in the 16th-century Kyivan metropolitanate. 4.00 pm - 4.30 pm: Olenka Pevny (Cambridge University). ‘Kiouia nostra coelum est’: Petro Mohyla’s re-visioning of Rus monuments in Kyiv. 4.30 pm - 5.00 pm: Discussant: Ágnes Kriza (Cambridge). 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm: Drink. Convenors: Olenka Pevny (Cambridge University), Vivien Prigent (MFO), Vera Tchentsova (MFO).

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