Programme (ENG)

German Historical Institute

Nakhimovskij Pr., 51/21, Moscow


Thursday, September 25

1800 Presentation and roundtable discussion of a new collected volume on educational projects in Russia from Peter I to Catherine II (edited by Igor Fedyukin and Maya Lavrinovich) (RUS). Presentation will take place at the History Department, Higher School of Economics, Petrovka 12. Should you be interested in attending the presentation, please contact Natalia Nemtseva at no later than 23.09


Friday, September 26

900 – 930 Registration

930 – 1000 Opening

1000 – 1115  Plenary lecture

BOUTIER Jean (Marseille), A European Model of Education of Nobility: Noble Academies in Europe, 1550-End of the 18th Century (ENG)

1115 – 1130  Coffee break

1130 – 1300  I. Educational strategies: What kind of education for what kind of nobility?
Chair: Igor Fedyukin

  1. PROKOPIEV Andrei (St. Petersburg), Between Confessional and Social Standards: Education of the German Nobility in 16th – 17th Centuries (RUS)
  2. BRUTER Annie (Paris), Robe and Sword Nobles in 17th Century France: Two Conflicting Educational Ideals? (ENG)
  3. KARADY Victor (Budapest), Changing Educational Commitment and Strategies of Noblemen in Late Feudal Hungary (cc. 1760-1848) (ENG)
  4. LEHR Stefan (Münster),  ‘L’éducation est le principal objet’. Ideal and Practice of Education in the Noble Families of Princes Golitsyn and Counts Apraxine (1780-1840) (RUS)

1300 – 1400 Lunch

1400 – 1515 I. Educational Strategies: What Kind of Education for What Kind of Nobility?
Chair: Victor Karady

  1. POSOHOVA Liudmila (Kharkiv), Ennoblement of the Hetmanate and Slobodskaya Ukrainian Elite and the Evolution of Educational Models in this Milieu in the 18th Century (RUS)
  2. FIORELLI Vittoria (Naples), Neapolitan Ladies: From Aristocracy to Liberal Upper Class (ENG)
  3. VOISIN Amélie (Lyon), Educate a Duke and Bring Up an Emperor: The Complex and Very Eclectic Education of Francis Stephen of Lorraine (ENG)

1515 – 1630 II. Models, Transfers, Critics and Resistance
Chair: Denis Sdvižkov

  1. CERMAN Ivo (South Bohemia), Moral Education Among the Bohemian Aristocracy (ENG)
  2. GREEN Michaёl (Mainz), Family and Tutorship: Educational Values of the Orange-Nassau Family in the United Provinces (1628-1670) (ENG)
  3. KISLOVA Ekaterina (Moscow), Educational Models Among the Clergy and the Nobility in the 18th Century Russia (RUS)

1630 – 1645 Coffee break

1645 – 1830 II. Models, Transfers, Critics and Resistances
Chair: Denis Sdvižkov

  1. KISELEV Mikhaïl, KRIVORUCHKO Anastasia (Ekaterinburg), ‘According to Their Learning and Their Merit’: Education of Nobles in the Official Policy and in the Press in the Russian Empire in the 1760s (RUS)
  2. SERWANSKI Maciey (Poznań), French Aspects in the Educational Pattern of the Polish Nobility in the 17th Century (ENG)
  3. RJÉOUTSKI Vladislav (Moscow), The Ideal of a Noble’s Education in Russia: Pro and Contra (RUS)

 1830 Conference dinner


Saturday, September 27

930 – 1100  III. Educational Institutions and Educational Models
Chair: Alexandr Kamensky

  1. FEDYUKIN Igor (Moscow), The Education of the Nobility and Disciplinary Institutes: The Making of a Modern School in Russia from 1660 to 1760 (RUS)
  2. KHAVANOVA Olga (Moscow), Innate Nobleness and Erudite Superiority: The Theresianum in Vienna as the Educational Ideal of the Nobility in the Second Half of the 18th Century (RUS)
  3. SINDONI Caterina (Messina), Educational Models for Sicilian Noblemen Between 18th and 19th Century: The Case of ‘Collegio Cutelli’ (ENG)
  4. TUMANIK Ekaterina (Novosibirsk), N.N. Muraviev’s Family as a Model of Education of Nobility in Early 19th Century: From Ostashevo to the School of Military Guides (RUS)

1100 – 1115 Coffee break

1115 – 1245 IV. Trends
Chair: Wladimir Berelowitch

  1. STOGOVA Anna (Moscow), Friendship as a Behavioral Imperative in England and France in the Second Half of the 17th – Early 18th Century (RUS)
  2. BRUSCHI Andrea (Verona/Nanterre), Studying Vernaculars, Studying in Vernaculars: Modern Languages in the Education of the Élites (France, 17th and 18th Centuries) (ENG)
  3. KOSHELEVA Olga (Moscow), Teaching the Art of Speaking Properly Among the Young Russian Noblemen (RUS)
  4. Andrei Andreev (Moscow), The Formation of the Educational System of F.-C. Laharpe: European Ideals and Russian Practice (RUS)

1245 – 1345 Lunch

1345 – 1515 V. What Do Sources Tell Us?
Chair: Maciey Serwański

  1. BURKARDT Albrecht (Limoges), The Origins of the Grand Tour. Travel in the Treatises of Education of the Nobility from the 16th to the Early 17th Century (ENG)
  2. LE CAM Jean-Luc (Brest), The Education of Lutheran German-Speaking Nobility Viewed Through the Prism of Biographic Information in Funeral Sermons (1550-1750) (ENG)
  3. SMAGINA Galina (St. Petersburg), ‘As a Perfect Education’: Plan of Education for a Young Aristocratic Lady by Academician Jacob Staehlin in 1778 (RUS)
  4. BERELOWITCH Wladimir (Paris/Genève), Educational Plans in Private Education in Russia in the Second Half of the 18th Century (RUS)

1515 – 1530 Coffee break

1530 – 1645 V. What Do Sources Tell Us?
Chair: Sandra Dahlke

  1. SOLODIANKINA Olga (Cherepovets), Educational Ideals and Practices in the Sheremetiev Family (18th – Early 19th Century) (RUS)
  2. LAVRINOVITCH Maya (Moscow), ‘… You Will Find in Your Masters Your Protectors and in the Children Entrusted to You – Your Friends’: How a ‘New Breed’ of Governesses for Noble Children was Trained at the Beginning of the 19th Century (RUS)
  3. REDIN Dmitri (Ekaterinburg), How Ivan Vasilievich Was Brought Up (Short Story by V.A. Sollogub ‘Tarantas’) and Noble Education in the Russian Literature of the First Half of the 19th Century (RUS)

1645 – 1700 Final Remarks and End of the Conference


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