Programme of the Conference "Exploring the Past: New Social History at the Crossroads of Methodological Trends"

22-24 березня

Місце проведення: Центр польських та європейських студій НаУКМА, вул. Волоська, 10, підвальне приміщення 6 корпусу

National University of Kyiv-Mohyla academy

Student Scholarly Society for humanities “Potluck”

Center for Polish and European Studies

Department of History


Thursday, March 22

9.00-10.00 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION [ARRIVAL REFRESHMENTS]
Center for Polish and European Studies
[Anna Romanchenko, Daria Sokolovska]

10.00-10.20 WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Key speakers: Natalia Shlikhta, Olena Betlii, Stepan Blinder

10.30-12.00 Section I HISTORICAL URBANISM: WHAT CITIES CAN TELL AND WHAT THEY ARE SILENT ABOUT?
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Anna Kyrychenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine] 
Discussant: prof. Olena Betlii [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]  

• Historiography of European Urbanism in the XXth century in Publications in Slavic languages [Eng.]
Aliaksandr Shuba [Bauhaus University of Weimar, Germany] 

• The Soviet Food Cards as a Source of Urban Dwellers’ Everyday Life During the WW II (Kyiv’s Case Study) [Ukr.]
Oksana Ovsiiuk [Research Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Ukraine]

• Hidden Landscape: Orthodox Churches in the Urban Space of the Late Soviet Kyiv [Ukr.]
Andrii Fert [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine] 

• Kharkiv at the Beginning of XX century: people, buildings, infrastructure (on the example of Teatralny lane) [Ukr.]
Viktoriia Nesterenko [V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine] 

Discussion 

12.00-12.30 COFFEE BREAK

12.30-14.00 Section II HISTORICAL SOCIOLOGY
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Daryna Podgornova [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine] 
Discussant: prof. Yuri Voloshyn [Poltava V. G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University, Ukraine]

• Social Mobility in Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Contexts: The Case of Late Pre-Modern Korea. [Eng.]
Tomasz Sleziak [School of Oriental and African studies of University of London, United Kingdom] 

• Civil Activity and Kinship: Microsociology of the Hromada movement in Ukraine of the 1860-1890s. [Ukr.]
Volodymyr Shelukhin [Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine] 

• Studies of occupational status mobility in the Netherlands 1856-1918 with micro-data: the role of economic modernization and religious stratification. [Eng.]
Tymofii Brik [Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain] 

• New faces of social history: in search of consumer. [Ukr.]
Iryna Skubii [Kharkiv Petro Vasylenko National Technical University of Agriculture, Ukraine] 

Discussion

14.00-15.00 LUNCH BREAK

15:00 – 16:30 Section III «AD FONTES»: SOURCE BASE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL HISTORY
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Stepan Blinder [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine] 
Discussant: prof. Maksym Yaremenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• Sources for research at the courts of the Gniezno archbishops in the late Middle Ages. [Pol.]
Łukasz Włodarski [University of Nicolaus Copernicus in Toruń, Poland] 

• Russian medieval court records as anthropological source. [Eng.]
Angelina Kalashnikova [Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation]

• Inscriptions in relational books grodsky courts as a source for marriage relations in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the second half of the XVIIth century (based on materials grodsky court of Lublin). [Ukr.]
Marta Znak [Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine]
 
• The Viennese Archive of the Hetman Family Rozumovskys (Razumovskys): the Family History in the Light of the Documents [Ukr.]
Svitlana Potapenko [M. S. Hrushevsky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies of National Academy of Science, Ukraine] 

Discussion

16.30-17.50 VISITING OF THE HISTORY MUSEUM OF THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF KYIV-MOHYLA ACADEMY 
NaUKMA Museum, H. Skovorody st., 2

18.00 GALA DINNER

Friday, March 23

9.30.11.30 Section IV HISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, OR WHAT IS THE PLACE OF HUMAN IN THE «THEATER» OF HISTORY [PART I]
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Stepan Blinder [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: prof. Natalia Starchenko [M. S. Hrushevsky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies of National Academy of Science, Ukraine] 

• The titulature in «Yeven Mezulah» by Nathan Hannover. [Ukr.]
Nazar Biletskyi [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
 
• Substantiation of the illegality of peace treaties with the Turks in the church texts of the second half of the seventeenth century. [Ukr.]
Oksana Poluliakh [National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”, Ukraine]

• The pecularities of usage of the Lithuanian statute in Hetmanate (by the materials in the Lokhvitsia Town Hall book of the second half of the XVII century). [Ukr.]
Bohdan Horodnytskyi [Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University, Ukraine] 

• Embassies of Kyivan hierarchs to Moscow at the time of Metropolitan Joseph Tukalsky (1663-1675th). [Ukr.]
Mariia Motuz [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine] 

• The Eighteen-Century Danish Diplomats and Their «Portraits»: Naval Officer Just Juel and Theologian Rasmus Aerebo (Based on The Danish Diplomatic Mission in 1709-1711). [Ukr.]
Iryna Papa [Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine] 

Discussion

11.30-12.00 COFFEE BREAK

12.00-13.30 Section V GENDER STUDIES [PART I]
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Mariia Chorna [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: Ph.D., prof. Kateryna Dysa [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• Female movement in XIXth century Britain and France: perceptions in historiography. [Eng.]
Olena Safonova [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• The construction of femininity in twentieth century Bengal: An analysis of magazine adverts between 1935 to 1945. [Eng.]
Namia Akhtar [University of Heidelberg, Germany] 

• Constructing femininity and masculinity during the Thaw: the case of Leningrad House of Models. [Eng.]
Evgeniia Platonova [National Research University “Higher School of Economics” in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation] 

• Constructing the image of a modern woman in the Soviet Woman magazine (1956-1991). [Eng.]
Olha Korniienko [V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine]

Discussion

12.00-13.30 Section VI HISTORY OF EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF ERUDITION
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Anna Kyrychenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: mgr. Yehor Stadny [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• Community of teachers of eparchial women’s schools through the prism of prosopography. [Ukr.]
Svitlana Nyzhnikova [V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine] 

• The History of Art Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Stefan Batory University in Vilnius during the interwar period. [Eng.]
Agnieszka Kania [Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland] 

• The students community of University of Łódź and their problems during Stalinism. [Eng.]
Piotr Budzyński [University of Łódz, Poland]
 
• Gryzelda Missalowa and Janina Schoenbrenner’s “History of Poland” as the example of ideologization of Polish education system in the period of Stalinism. [Eng.]
Maciej Dawczyk [University of Łódz, Poland]

Discussion

13.30-14.30 LUNCH BREAK

14.30-16.00 Section VIІ CHURCH HISTORY AND ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 2
Moderator: Daryna Podgornova [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: prof. Maksym Yaremenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine], Ph.D. Kateryna Budz [Independent researcher, Ukraine]

• Panegyrics of the first half of the XVIIIth century dedicated to Uniate bishops in the light of interdisciplinary studies. [Ukr.]
Yuliana Tatianina [Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine]

• Inscriptions near Worshipped Sacred Objects in Everyday Life of Kyiv Dormition Caves Lavra (Late XVIIIth – Early XXth Century). [Ukr.]
Antonina Kizlova [National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute», Ukraine] 

• Underground today – anthropology of memory of Greek Catholic religious movement of Kosylivtsi in Hutsulshchyna. [Pol.]
Justyna Zynek [University of Warsaw, Poland] 

• Stereotypes about sectarianism in soviet antireligious journals of 1920s – early 1940s. [Ukr.]
Margarita Kucherenko [V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine]

Discussion

16.30-17.30 EVENING OF THE TRADITIONAL UKRAINIAN MUSIC
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1

Guests: music band “US Orchestra
• Yaryna Dron’ – violin
• Serhii Postolnykov – second violin, dulcimer;
• Andrii Levchenko – bass (cello), bubon (tambourine).

17.30 DINNER


Saturday, March 24

9.30-11.30 Section VIII GENDER STUDIES [PART ІI]
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Yulia Nazarenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: prof. Maria Mayerchyk, [National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ethnology Institute]

• Female Founders and Patrons as Intercultural Mediators in the Transottoman Context. [Eng.]
Taisiya Leber [Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany]

• Why woman’s view on the man’s biography is important? [Ukr.]
Liliia Kovshun [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• A Dentist and a Midwife: A Comparative Analysis of Jewish-women Entrepreneurship in Kyiv of 1895-1914. [Ukr.]
Daryna Podgornova [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• «Священича женщино, ой бідна ти чайко!»: The wives of Greek-Catholic Eparchial priests in Galicia in life of community and Church. [Ukr.]
Sofiia Predka [Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Ukraine]

• Control over femininity: women’s middle education in Russian Empire as the Panopticon. [Ukr.]
Mariia Chorna [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• The Missing Soviet Gender and Sexual Histories: Uncovering “un-recorded” histories. [Ukr.]
David Kurkovskiy [Yale University, USA]

Discussion

11.30-12.00 COFFEE BREAK

12.00-14.00 Section IX HISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, OR WHAT IS THE PLACE OF HUMAN IN THE «THEATER» OF HISTORY (PART IІ)
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Daryna Podgornova [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: Ph.D., prof. Natalia Shlikhta [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• Implementation of interdisciplinary methodology in historical research (on the example of late XIXth – early XXth century terrorism: Irish and Ukrainian cases). [Ukr.]
Iryna Mysiv [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• Transformation of the images of Hero and Heroine during the First World War (on the materials of Kyiv press). [Ukr.]
Anna Isaieva [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• The image of the soldier of the SS Division «Galicia» on the pages of the newspaper «Lvivski Visti»: racial aspect. [Ukr.]
Vasyl Sych [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• The «new Soviet man» in the memoirs of the DniproHES workers (1930s). [Ukr.]
Oksana Klymenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• “Enthusiast, the hero’s son?”: Сhanges in the Labor Ethics in the Late-Soviet Time (the example of machine-builders of Donbass). [Ukr.]
Olena Ostapchuk [Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University, Ukraine]

Discussion

12.00-14.00 Section X ALLTAGSGESCHICHTE (THE HISTORY OF EVERYDAY LIFE)
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 2
Moderator: Yulia Nazarenko [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussant: Olha Martyniuk [National Technical University of Ukraine «Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute», Ukraine]

• Representative spendings of the magistrate in 1577-1583. On the example of Lviv weekly-expenditures books. [Ukr.]
Nazarii Levus [Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine]

• Peasants face animal disease: responses to and the represenations of cattle plague in the second half of XIX century Russian empire. [Eng.]
Stanislav Mohylnyi [Central European University, Hungary]

• Hygiene and hygienists in Lviv in the late XIXth – early XXth centuries: protagonists, popularization and examples of embodiment. [Ukr.]
Vira Trach [Ukrainian Catholic University, Ukraine]

• Not Foucault alone: history and theory of medicalisation. [Ukr.]
Kateryna Kostohryz [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]

• To experience the history – everyday life in contemporary, educational video games. [Eng.]
Martyna Bakun [Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland]

Discussion  

14.00-15.00 LUNCH BREAK

15.00-17.30 Section XI ORAL HISTORY: (BIASED) WITNESS OF THE PAST
Center for Polish and European Studies, aud. 1
Moderator: Mariia Chorna [National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine]
Discussants: prof. Tetiana Pastushenko [Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine], prof. Olena Stiazhkina [Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University, Ukraine]

• The specificks of oral history research in the activities of the Center for Documentation of Deportations, Expulsions and Resettlements. [Pol.]
Alicja Natalia Śmigielska [Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland]

• Participatory Projects in Oral History: Possibilities and Limitations. [Ukr.]
Natalia Otrishchenko [Center for Urban History of East Central Europe, Ukraine]

• How I learned to stop worrying and love the Oral History. [Ukr.]
Martin Kisly [University of Michigan, USA]

• Private History of Industry in Autobiographical Narratives of Former Coal Mine Workers from Upper Silesia Region in Poland. [Pol.]
Małgorzata Katarzyna Pawlak [Warsaw School of Economics, Poland]

• Field, Community, Vocation: (Re)interpretation of Soviet Past in Memories of Ukrainian Zoologists. [Ukr.]
Olena Sobolieva [Research Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Ukraine]

• Group of Rescue of Monuments in Leningrad: from the Soviet Informal Action to the Post-Soviet Administrative Positions. An Oral History Research. [Eng.]
Aleksandr Korobeinikov [Central European University, Hungary], Margarita Pavlova [National Research University “Higher School of Economics” in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation]

Discussion

18.30 AFTER-PARTY



ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE


Natalia Shlikhta [head]
Maksym Yaremenko [academic advisor]
Olena Betlii [academic advisor]
Kateryna Dysa [academic advisor]
Stepan Blinder [executive secretary]
Martin Kisly
Daryna Podgornova
Vasyl Sych
Mariia Chorna
Snizhana Diachenko
Yulia Nazarenko
Oleksandra Oberenko
Anna Kyrychenko


 

 

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