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CURRICULUM VITAE
Gail Diane Lenhoff

PERSONAL DATA:

Office: University of California, Los Angeles

Dept. of Slavic Languages & Literatures

318 Humanities, Box 951502

Los Angeles, California 90095-1502

Tel. (310) 825-6974

E-mail: Lenhoff@humnet.ucla.edu


EDUCATION:
1971 B. A. Comparative Literature, University of Michigan

1974 M. A. Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

1978 Ph. D. Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan

EMPLOYMENT:

1993-Present Professor of Russian

University of California, Los Angeles


1989-1993 Associate Professor of Russian

University of California, Los Angeles


1988-1989 Acting Associate Professor of Russian

University of California, Los Angeles


1987-1988 Assistant Professor of Russian

University of Pittsburgh


1986 Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian

Columbia University


1979-1986 Adjunct Assistant Professor of Russian

University of Pennsylvania

1979-1981 Assistant Professor of Russian

Mount Holyoke College


1977-78 Teaching Assistant in Russian

University of Michigan


1974-77 Translator and Associate Editor, Progress Publishing House, Moscow, USSR; Interpreter, ABC News Division, Moscow; Translator, Bulletin of the USSR Copyright Agency and Journal of the Moscow Patriarchate.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2013-present Advisory Board, Cyrillomethodianum, Thessaloniki

2012- present Advisory Board, Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch, Vienna

2009 Organizer, Conference on The Book of Royal Degrees and Russian Historical Consciousness; vetted proceedings, translated 2 articles.

2008- present Editorial Board, Revue des études slaves, Paris

1996--present Organizer, UCLA annual "Winter" Workshop in Medieval Slavic and Byzantine Culture

1994-5, 2001-3 Advisory Board, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

1993-1995 President, Early Slavic Studies Associations

1992 Editorial Board, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

1991-1993 Vice President, Early Slavic Studies Association,

principal investigator on planning committee for

Conference on "Cultural Identity in a Multicultural

State: Muscovy (1359-1584)

1989-1991 Editorial Board, UCLA Slavic Studies

1988-89 Board Member, Early Slavic Studies Association, planning committee for Workshop on Medieval East Slavic Culture

1975-77 Editorial consultant, Bulletin of the USSR Copyright Agency


ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS:

2012 Russian National Fund publication award, Stepennaia kniga, vol. III

2009 Ahmanson Foundation Grant, international conference “The Book of Royal Degrees and Russian Historical Consciousness,” UCLA February 26--28

2007, 2008 Russian National Fund publication award, Stepennaia kniga, vols. I, II

2004 French Academy of Sciences: Visiting Chercheur-Enseignant: EPHE, Paris IV, Sorbonne.

March 17-April 4 2004. To present a course of lectures in French (see #49 of conference papers below) on “Histoire et conscience historique en Russie médievale”

2002-2006 Principal investigator, National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Grant

for a critical edition and commentary of the Stepennaia kniga (with

N. N. Pokrovskii)

2001-2004 Principal investigator, National Council for East European and Eurasian Research Collaborative Grant for a critical edition and commentary of the Stepennaia kniga (with

N. N. Pokrovskii)

1999 CMRS Grant for Interdisciplinary Scholarship (with C. Rapp)

1996,1997, 1998

2002 International Research and Exchanges Board Travel Grant


1994 National Endowment for the Humanities Conference Award,

Social Science Research Council Conference Award

International Research and Exchanges Board, Senior

Scholars Exchange

1992 Howard Foundation Award
1991 International Research and Exchanges Board Travel Grant
1989 National Endowment for the Humanities Travel to Collections Award
1989- present UCLA Senate Research grants (yearly without exception)

1990- present UCLA COR Conference grants (yearly)


1986-87 International Research and Exchanges Board Grant, Young Faculty Exchange (Moscow/Leningrad/Jaroslavl')
1980-81 National Endowment for the Humanities Research Grant
1973 American Council of Learned Societies East European Language Grant (Poland)
1971-73 National Defense Foreign Language Fellowship (Title IV)
COURSES TAUGHT
Undergraduate:

Elementary and Intermediate Russian

Survey of Russian Literature in Translation (to 1800)

Survey of Russian Literature in Translation (1800-1870)

Survey of Russian Literature in Translation (1870-1960)

Russian Civilization

Medieval Russian History (cross-listed with History Dept.)

Topics in Russian Culture (Study Tour of the USSR)

Seminar on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature (in Russian)

Russian Drama

Dostoevsky

Tolstoy


Nabokov
Graduate:

Medieval Russian Literature (survey)

Seventeenth-Century Russian Literature (survey)

Eighteenth-Century Russian Literature (survey)

Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature (the Golden Age)

Introduction to the Analysis of Literary Texts (in Russian)

Proseminar

Greek Foundations of Russian Culture

History and Narrative

The Saints of Kiev and Northeast Rus’

Topics in Muscovite Culture

Topics in Seventeenth-Century Literature


PUBLICATIONS:
BOOKS

Stepennaia kniga po drevneishim spiskam. Teksty i kommentarii v trekh tomakh (with N. N. Pokrovskii). Iazyki slavianskikh kul’tur: Moscow. 2007— 2012. 3 vols. (598 + 562 + 470 pages).

Early Russian Hagiography: The Lives of Prince Fedor the Black. Slavistische Veröffentlichungen Fachbereich Neuere Fremdsprachliche Philologien der Freien Universität Berlin, Band 82. Otto Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden, 1997. (496 pages)

The Martyred Princes Boris and Gleb: A Socio-Cultural Study of the Cult and the Texts. Slavica Publishers: Columbus, 1989. (168 pages).

The Making of the Medieval Russian Journey. Diss. University of Michigan, 1978. (266 pages)
EDITED BOOKS:

Festschrift for Janet Martin. (edited with A. M. Kleimola). Russian History. 42/1. 2015 (148 pp.) .

The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness (with A. M. Kleimola). UCLA Slavic Studies, n. s., vol. VII. Slavica: Bloomington, Indiana, 2012 (348 pp.)

Culture and Identity in Muscovy: 1359-1584 (with. A. M. Kleimola). UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s., vol. III. Itz-Garant Publishers: Moscow, 1997. (606 pages)
ARTICLES AND REVIEWS:

1. “Spectator and Spectacle: The Theater of Okhlopkov.” The Drama Review (March): 9-15 (1973).

2. “Kniga Palomnik: A Study in Old Russian Rhetoric.” Scando-Slavica 23: 39-61 (1977).

3. Klaus-Dieter Seemann. Die altrussische Wallfahrtsliteratur. Theorie eines literarischen Genres (1976). Reviewed in Canadian-American Slavic Studies 12, 1: 601-602 (1979).

4. John Fennell, Ludolf Müller, Andrzej Poppe. Russia Mediaevalis III (1977). Reviewed in Slavic and East European Journal 23, 1: 125. (1979).

5. S. A. Maslix. Russkoe izrascovoe iskusstvo XV-XIX vekov (1976). Reviewed in Slavic and East European Journal 23, 3: 396-397 (1979).

6. “Beyond Three Seas: Afanasij Nikitin’s Journey from Orthodoxy to Apostasy.” East European Quarterly XIII, 4: 431-447 (1979).

7. S. I. Kotkov, Vygoleksinskij sbornik (1977). Reviewed in Canadian-American Slavic Studies 14, 1: 396-397 (1980).

8. “Ignatii Smol’nianin in Constantinople: A Lesson in Muscovite Literary Etiquette.” Russian History VII, 2: 29-46 (1980).

9. “Three Protoexempla and Their Place in a Thirteenth-Century Pilgrim Book.” Slavic Review 4, 4: 603-613 (1981).

1 0. “The Aesthetic Function and Medieval Russian Culture.” The Structure of the Literary Process: Studies Dedicated to the Memory of Felix Vodička (M. Červenka, P. Steiner, R. Vroon, eds.), John Benjamins Publishing Co., 1982: 321-340.

11. “Hellenistic Erotica and the Kiev Cave Patericon `Tale of Moses the Hungarian’.” Russian History 10, 2: 141-153 (1983).

12. “The Liturgical Poetry of Medieval Rus’.” Scando-Slavica 29: 21-43 (1984).

13. “Christian and Pagan Strata in the East Slavic Cult of St. Nicholas.” Slavic and East European Journal 28, 2: 147-163 (1984).

14. “Toward a Theory of Protogenres in Medieval Russian Letters.” The Russian Review 43, 1: 31-54 (1984).

15. “Chronological Error and Irony in Mikhail Bulgakov’s Days of the Turbins.” Russian Literature and American Critics (K. Brostrom, ed.). Michigan Slavic Publications, 1984: 149-160.

16. “Trubetzkoy’s `Afanasii Nikitin’ Reconsidered.” Canadian-American Slavic Studies 18, 3: 377-392 (1984).

17. Wolf-Heinrich Schmidt, ed. Gattungsprobleme der älteren slavischen Literaturen (1984). Reviewed in Slavic Review 44, 1: 575-576 (1985).

18. Boris Gasparov. Poetika `Slovo o polku Igoreve’ (1984). Reviewed in The Russian Review 45, 1: 47-49 (1986).

19. H. Birnbaum, M. S. Flier, eds. Medieval Russian Culture (1984). Reviewed in Russian History 45, 1: 49-51 (1986).

20. “The Ordering of Old Russian Narrative: Po rjadu versus Nekako i Smutno.Studia Slavica Mediaevalia et Humanistica Riccardo Picchio Dicata (M. Colucci, G. Dell’Agata, H. Goldblatt, eds.). Edizione Dell-Ateneo, 1986): 413-423.

21. “Categories of Early Russian Writing.” Slavic and East European Review 31, 2: 259-271 (1987).

22. “Problems of Medieval Narrative Typology: the Exemplum.”Gattung und Narration in den älteren slavischen Literaturen (K.-D. Seemann, ed.). Otto Harassowitz, 1987: 109-118.

23. “East Slavic Hagiographical Paradigms and Transformations.” Semiotica 75, 3-4: 355-358 (1989).

24. B. M. Kloss, ed. Matematika v izučenii srednevekovyx povestvovatel’nyx istočnikov. Sbornik statej (1986). Reviewed in Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 37, 1: 116-117 (1989).

25. “The Commercial and Cultural Context of Afanasij Nikitin’s Journey Beyond Three Seas.” (With Janet Martin). Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 37, 3: 321-344 (1989).

26. Muriel Heppell, trans. The Paterik of the Kievan Caves Monastery (1989). Reviewed in Slavic and East European Journal 35, 1: 138-139 (1991).

27. “La litterature de la Russie kievienne.” Histoire de la litterature russe (E. Etkind, G. Nivat, I. Serman, V. Strada, eds.). Fayard, 1992: 29-58, 742-748, 815-817.

28. “La litterature de la Russie du nord-est.” Histoire de la litterature russe (E. Etkind, G. Nivat, I. Serman, V. Strada, eds.). Fayard, 1992: 125-148, 752-758, 818-820.

29. “Die nordostrussische Hagiographie im literarischen Prozess: die Vita des Fürsten Fedor Černyj.” Gattung und Genologie der Slavisch-orthodoxen Literaturen des Mittelalters (Dritte BerlinerFachtagung, 1988). (K.-D. Seemann, ed.). Otto Harrassowitz, 1992: 63-104.

30. “Canonization and Princely Power in Northeast Rus’: The Cult of Leontij Rostovskij.” Welt der Slaven 37, 2: 359-380 (1992).

31. Simon Franklin, ed. and trans. Sermons and Rhetoric of Kievan Rus’ (1991). Reviewed in Slavic and East European Journal 36, 3: 86-87 (1992).

32. “Torgovo-xozjajstvennyj i kul’turnyj kontekst Xoženija za tri morja Afanasija Nikitina.” Trudy Otdela drevnerusskoj literatury 47: 95-120 (1993).

33. “The Ermolin Chronicle Account of Prince Fedor the Black’s Relics and the Annexation of Iaroslavl’ in 1463.” The Frontier in Russian History (Proceedings of the Conference held at the University of Chicago, May 29-31, 1992). In: Russian History 19, nos. 1-4 (1992). Ed. Richard Hellie: 155-168.

34. “The Notion of Uncorrupted Relics in Early Russian Culture.” Christianity and the Eastern Slavs. Volume 1: Slavic Cultures in the Middle Ages. (B. Gasparov, O. R. Hughes, eds.). The University of California Press, 1993: 252-275.

35. Paul Hollingsworth, ed. and trans. The Hagiography of Kievan Rus’ (Harvard Library of Early Russian Literature, 1992. Reviewed in The Catholic Historical Review (April): 332-333 (1994).

36. Marcia Morris. Saints and Revolutionaries: The Ascetic Hero in Russian Literature (1993). Review in Zeitschrift für SlavischePhilologie 54, 1: 224-226 (1994).

37. Andreas Ebbinghaus. Die altrussischen Marienikonen-Legenden (Slavistische Veröffentlichungen, 1990). Reviewed in Slavic Review 54, 4: 137-1040 (1995).

38. “Medieval Russian Saints’ Lives in Socio-Cultural Perspective.” Russian Literature 39. Special Issue “Old Russian Literature.” Ed. W.-H. Schmidt: 205-222 (1996).

39. “Kanonizacija i knjažeskaja vlast’ v Severo-Vostočnoj Rusi: kul’t Leontija Rostovskogo.” Jaroslavskaja starina, vyp. 3: 13-22 (1996).

40. “Introduction.” (with Ann Kleimola). ”Culture and Identity in Muscovy: 1359-1584. UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s., vol. III. Itz-Garant Publishers, Moscow, 1997: 7-10.

41. “Unofficial Veneration of the Daniilovichi in Muscovite Rus’. ”Culture and Identity in Muscovy: 1359-1584. UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s., vol. III. Itz-Garant Publishers, Moscow, 1997: 391-416.

42. “Vsja svjatyja pomjanuvše…”: Strategies of Biographical Reconstruction in Muscovite Saints’ Lives.” Sprache—Text—Geschichte. Festschrift für Klaus-Dieter Seemann. Eds. A. Guski and W. Kosny. Specimina Philologiae Slavicae, Supplementband 56. Otto Sagner, Munich, 1997: 161-173.

43. "Istočnik rasskaza ob otkrytii moščej jaroslavskix knjazej v L’vovskoj i Sofijskoj II letopis’jax.” Russian History 25, 1-2: 79-88 (1998).

44. “The Cult of Saint Nikita the Stylite in Pereslavl’ and Among the Muscovite Elite.” Fonctions sociales et politiques du culte des saints dans les societes de rite grec et latin au Moyen Age et a l’epoque moderne. Approche comparative. LARHCOR, Warsaw, 1999: 331-346.

45. “The ‘Stixiry Ivana Groznogo’ as a Cultural Myth.” Essays in Poetics, Literary History and Linguistics. Presented to Vjačeslav Vsevolodovič Ivanov on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday. OGI, Moscow, 1999: 45-54.

46. Aleksandr V. Pigin. Aus der Geschichte der russischen Dämonologie des 17.Jahrhunderts: Erzählung der besessenen Frau Solomonija. Untersuchung und Texte (1998). Reviewed in Slavic Review: 928-930 (1999).

47. “Marfa Boretskaia, Posadnitsa of Novgorod: A Reconsideration of her Legend and her Life.” (With Janet Martin). Slavic Review 59, 2 (2000): 343-368.

48. “How the Bones of Plato and Two Kievan Princes Were Baptized: Notes on the Political Theology of the Stepennaja kniga.” Welt der Slaven 46, 2 (2001): 315-332.

49. “The Tale of Tamerlane in the Royal Book of Degrees.” The Place of Russia in Eurasia. Lorand Eotvos University Press, Budapest, 2001: 120-129

50. Evgenii G. Vodolazkin. Vsemirnaja istorija v literature Drevnej Rus (na materiale chronografičeskogo i palejnogo povestvovanija XI-XV vekov). (2000). Reviewed in Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 48 (2000).

51. “Novgorod’s Znamenie Legend in Moscow’s Stepennaia kniga.” Moskovskaia Rus’: Spetsificheskie cherty razvitiia Muscovite Russia: Peculiarities of its Development. Lorand Eotvos University Press, Budapest, .2004, 178-186.

52. “Temir Aksak’s Dream of the Virgin as Protectress of Muscovy.” Die Welt der Slaven 49/1 (2004): 39-64.

53. “The `Stepennaja kniga’ and the Idea of the Book in Medieval Russia.” Germano-Slavistische Beiträge. Festschrift für Peter Rehder zum 65.Geburtstag Ed. Milos Okuka and Ulrich Schweier. Die Welt der Slaven. Sammelbände.Сборники. Band 21. Munich: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2004, 449-458.

54. Vladimir Vodoff. Autour du mythe de la Sainte Russie: Christianisme, pouvoir et société chez les slaves orientaux (Xe-XVII siècles) (2003). Reviewed in Slavic 63/2 ( 2004): 400-401.

55. “Book of Degrees.” Encyclopedia of Russian Histor. Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 1. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 163-164.

56. “Boretskaya, Marfa.” Encyclopedia of Russian History. Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 1. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 164.

57. “Chronicles.“ Encyclopedia of Russian History. Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 1. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 255-256.

58. “Dmitry Donskoy.” Encyclopedia of Russian History, Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 1. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 408-409.

59. “Hagiography.” Encyclopedia of Russian History. Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 2. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 623-625.

60. “Afanasy Nikitin.” Encyclopedia of Russian History. Ed. James R. Millar. Vol. 3. Macmillan Reference USA: New York, 2004: 1055-1056.

61. “The Cult of Metropolitan Iona and the Conceptualization of Ecclesiastical Authority in Muscovy.” Speculum Slaviae Orientalis: Muscovy, Ruthenia and Lithuania in the Later Middle Ages. Ed. V. V. Ivanov and Julia Verkholantsev. UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s. 4. Novoe izdatel’stvo: Moscow, 2005: 122-143.

62. “Divine Patronage and Dynasty: Notes on a 1568 Gospel.” Novye napravleniia i resul’taty v mezhdumarodnykh issledovaniiakh rusistiki. Ruszisztikai Könyvek XVI. Budapest, 2005: 52-60.

63. “Five Theological Subtexts of Stepennaia kniga.Slavia Orthodoxa & Slavia Romana. Essays Presented to Riccardo Picchio by his Students on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday. Ed. Harvey Goldblatt et. al. Yale Center for International and Area Studies. New Haven, Conn., 2005: 177-189.

64. “The Construction of Russian History in Stepennaja kniga.” Revue des études slaves 76/1 (2005): 31-50.

65. “O bibleiskikh i sviatootecheskikh podtekstakh predisloviia k Stepennoi knige.” Obshchestvennaia mysl’ i traditsii russkoi dukhovnoi kul’tury v istoricheskikh i literaturnykh pamiatnikakh XVI-XX vv. Sbornik nauchnykh trudov. Ed. E. K. Romodanovskaia. Izd. SO RAN: Novosibirsk:, 2005, 181-189.

66. “Stepennaia kniga: zamysel, ideologiia, adresatsiia.” Stepennaia kniga tsarskogo rodosloviia po drevneishim spiskam. Izd. Iazyki slavianskikh kul’tur: Moscow, 2007, 120-144.

67. “The Economics of a Medieval Literary Project: Direct and Indirect Costs of Producing the Stepennaia kniga.” Russian History 34, №s 1-4 (2007): 219-238.

68. “Iz istorii pochitanii velikoi kniagini moskovskoi Evdokii.” Dukhovnyi put’ Moskovskoi Rusi. Materialy nauchnoi konferentsii, posviashch]ennoi 600-letiiu so dnia blazhennoi konchiny prepodobnoi Evdokii-Evfrosinii velikoi knqgini Moskovskoi. Izd. Fond Evdokii Moskovskoi: Moscow, 2007, 79-87.

69. Tom E. Dykstra. Russian Monastic Culture: “Josephism” and the Iosifo-Volokolamsk Monastery, 1479-1607. (2006). Reviewed in SlavicReview 67/2 (2008): 484-485.

70. “The Chudov Monastery and the Stepennaia kniga.” Religion und Integration im Moskauer Russland. Konzepte und Praktiken und Grenzen 14.-17. Jahrhundert. Ed. Ludwig Steindorff. Harrassowitz Verlag: Wiesbaden, 2010, 97-116.

71. Pierre Gonneau. À l’aube de la Russie moscovite. Serge de Radonège et André Roublev. Légendes et images (XIVe-XVIIe-siecles). (2007). Reviewed in Slavic Review 68/ 3 (2008): 690-691.

72. “Evangelie ot Ivana Groznogo.” Mesto Rossii v Evrope i Azii. Sbornik nauchnykh trudov. Ed. Gyula Szvak. Tsentr rusistiki Budapeshtskogo Universiteta: 2010, 122-135.

73. “Politics and Form in the Stepennaia kniga. The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness (with A. M. Kleimola). UCLA Slavic Studies, n. s., vol. VII. Slavica: Bloomington, Indiana, 2011, 157-174.

74. “Uchrezhdenie Kazanskoi eparkhii i proekt sozdaniia Stepennoi knigi.” Drevniaia Rus’. Voprosy Medievistiki 4 (50) (Dekabr, 2012): 95-107.

75. “Current Research on the Stepennaja kniga: Consensus, Controversies, Questions.” Jahrbücher für Geschichte



Osteuropas 61/3 (2013): 438-44.

76. “Le Livre des degrés ou l’ècriture hagiographique de l’histoire (1555-1563).” Écrire et réécrire l’histoire russe d’Ivan le Terrible à Vasilij Kljucevskij, 1547-1917). Ed. Pierre Gonneau et Ecatherina Raj. Institut d’études slaves: Paris, 2013, 21-31.

77. “Smolensk After the Mongol Invasions: A Reconstruction.” (With Janet Martin) Die Welt der Slaven LIX (2014): 111-136.

78. “Rus’-Tatar Princely Marriages in the Horde: The Literary Sources.” Russian History 42, 1 (2015): 16-31.

79. “The Byzantine Logos for the Fifth Saturday of Lent, Dedicated to the Akathistos, and the Russian Logos for the Presentation of the Theotokos.” Proceedings of the 2013 conference on “Cyril and Methodius: Byzantium and the World of the Slavs”. Thessaloniki, 2015.
CONFERENCE PAPERS:
l. "A Survey of Old Russian Travel Literature," Slavic Colloquium, University of Michigan, 1977.

2. "The Lord's Prayer as a Model of Medieval Russian Prosody," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (hereafter AAASS), Annual Convention, 1978.

3. "The Exemplum in Medieval Russian Literature," Pre-1600 Seminar, Mount Holyoke College, 1979.

4. "The Case Against Afanasij Nikitin," AAASS Annual Convention, 1981.

5. "Aleksandr Nevskij's Life and the Medieval Russian Concept of Genre," AAASS Annual Convention, 1982.

6. "Cosmogony and Aesthetic Values in Medieval Russia," Conference on Literature and History, University of Pennsylvania, 1983.

7. "Saints' Lives and the Lives of Saints: On the Typology of Early East Slavic Hagiography," University of Michigan, 1984.

8. "The Unmarked Moralistic Tale in Medieval Russia," Conference on Medieval Slavic Narrative Genres, Berlin, 1984.

9. "Folklore and Medieval Writings: Kievan Saints Boris and Gleb," Medieval Seminar, University of Pennsylvania, 1985.

10. "Categories of Early Russian Writing," Freie Universität, Berlin, 1986.

11. "Putešestvie v Ordu jaroslavskogo knjazja Fedora," USSR Academy of Sciences, Institute of Russian Literature (Puškinnskij dom), Leningrad, 1987.

12. "Writing a Saint's Life: Case Studies from Northeast Rus'," UCLA, 1987.

13. "The Notion of Uncorrupted Relics in Early Russian Culture," Conference on Christianity and its Role in the Culture of the Eastern Slavs, UC Berkely, 1988.

14. "Gender and Demonology in Greek and Russian Hagiography: Some Preliminary Observations," UCLA Byzantinist's Colloquium, 1989.

15. "Geschlecht und Däumonglaube in der griechischen und russischen Hagiographie," Colloquium of the Forschungsgruppe, "Ältere slavische Literaturen," Freie Universität, Berlin, 1989.

16. "Russo-Tatar Relations in Northeast Russian Hagiography," AAASS Annual Convention, November 2-4, 1989.

17. "The Semiotics of Russo-Tatar Relations," Conference on East and West: Contacts and Contrasts in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, UCLA November 29, 1989.

18. "The Byzantine Contribution to Kievan Russian Culture," Conference on Byzantine Civilization and the Slavic World, sponsored by the Alexander S. Onassis Center for Hellenic Studies, UCLA, January 11-13, 1990.

19. "Hagiographical Narrative and Imperial Ideology in the Muscovite Book of Degrees (1560-1563)," Second Byzantine Colloquium, UCLA, April 21, 1990.

20. "Liturgical Sources in the Study of Pre-Muscovite Saints," Workshop on Medieval East Slavic Culture, sponsored by the Social Science Research Council and the Joint Council for Soviet Studies, UCLA, June 2-7, 1990.

21. "Real Behavior versus Literary Behavior in the Lives of the Saints," IV World Congresss for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, England, July 21-26, 1990.

22. "Bakhtin's Aesthetic and Kant's Epistemology," (Commentary to Wlad Godzich, "Correcting Kant: Bakhtin and Intercultural Interactions"), Seminar for Critical Studies and the Human Sciences, UCLA, Fall, 1990.

23. "Paganism and Orthodoxy in Kievan Rus': The Case of the Martyred Princes Boris and Gleb," Friends of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (UCLA), Spring, 1991.

24. "Demons in Northeast Russian Hagiography: the Cult of Nikita Perejaslavskij," Conference on Daemons, UCLA, Fall of 1991.

25. "Colonialism and Culture in Medieval Rus'," Conference on the Text and Texture of History, UCLA, Spring, 1992.

26. "Prince Fedor the Black's Relics and the Annexation of Jaroslavl' in 1463," Conference on the Role of the Frontier in Rus', University of Chicago, Spring, 1992.

27. "Early Russian Necrologies," Conference on Medieval Slavic Genres, Freie Universität, Berlin, Summer, 1993.

28. "Regional Hagiography in the New Muscovite Lands," Conference on Cultural Identity in a Multicultural State: Muscovy 1359-1584, sponsored by the NEH and the Social Science Research Council , UCLA, Spring, 1994.

29. "Byzantine Emperors and Muscovite Genealogy," Byzantine Colloquim, UCLA, Spring, 1994.

30. “The Canonization of Dmitrij Donskoj.” AAASS Annual Convention, Philadelphia. November, 1994.

31. "The Social and Political Uses of St. Nikita of Perejaslavl'-Zalesskij's Cult," colloquium "Fonctions sociales et politiques du culte des saints dans les societes de rite grec et latine au Moyen Age et au debut de l'epoque moderne. Approche comparative" sponsored by the University of Warsaw's Institute of History and the Labratoire de Recherches sur l'Histoire des Congregations et Ordres Religieux (LARHCOR). Wroclaw/Breslau, May 15-18, 1997.

32. "Ivan the Terrible's Paranoia Revisited." AAASS Annual Convention, Seattle, November, 1998.

33. "Marfa Boretskaia, Posadnitsa of Novgorod," Her Legend and Her Life." Second Annual Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago, May 14, 1999.

34. "Dr. Zhivago Revisited." UCLA Russian Club. May 18, 1999.

35. "Texts and Pretexts in Medieval Russian Literature." Slavic Seminar, University of Groningen, Netherlands. May 8, 2000.

36. "The Tale of Tamerlane in the Royal Book of Degrees." The Conference on "The Place of Russia in Asia," Lorand Eotvos University. Budapest, Hungary. May 22-23, 2000.

37. "Platos Taufe in altrussischen Quellen." Slavic and Theological Seminars of the Martin Luther University. Halle, Germany. June 13, 2000.

38. "Vozniknovenie poniatija knigy v Drevnoj Rusi." Conference on "Semiotika Teksta, načala i konca," Russian Academy of Sciences, Institut Jazykoznanija. Moscow, Russia. June 15, 2000.

39. “Prophecy, Providence and Dynastic Legitimation in the Stepennaia kniga, 1156-1568.” Harvard Seminar for Early Russian Studies, Cambridge, Mass. February 9, 2001.

40. “Temir Aksak’s Dream of Mary in Muscovite istoHiHistoriography, 1520-1563.” UCLA Conference on Language and Identity in Eastern/Central Europe (14th-17th Centuries). February 22-23, 2001.

41. “Plato’s Baptism in Old Russian Sources.” CMRS Roundtable. UCLA. February 28, 2001.

42. “Politics and Theology in Medieval Discourse.” Commentary to Richard Anderson’s Paper on “Discourse and Self-Interest in Medieval Politics” presented at the Conference: “The Rules of the Game of Politics in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.” March 1, 2001.

43. “Plato’s Baptism and the Book of Royal Degrees.” Third Annual Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. May 11, 2001.

44. “Vom Leben und Sterben und Weiterleben des Grossfürsten und russischen Zaren Dmitrij Ivanovic.” University of Basel. June 20, 2001.

45. “The Legend of the Novgorod Virgin of the Sign in the Book of Royal Degrees. ” Panel on: Ecclesiastical and Cultural Politics in Novgorod.” AAASS Annual Convention. Arlington, Va. November, 2001.

46. “The Cultural Mythology of Dmitrii Donskoi.” University of Kiel, May 7, 2002.

47. “Rewriting Novgorod’s History for the Stepennaia kniga.” The Conference on "Muscovite Russia" Lorand Eotvos University. Budapest, Hungary. May, 2002.

48. “The Image of Kievan Princess Ol’ga in Muscovite Rus’,” Fifth Annual Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago, May 2, 2003.

49. Four lectures on « Histoire et conscience historique en Russie médiévale » : 1) « Chronologies et mentalités comparées (Kiev, Novgorod, Vladimir-Suzdal’-Moscou) » ; 2) « L’historiographie et l’hagiographie du Haut Moyen Age moscovite » ; 3) « Les mythes fondateurs de l’histoire collective » ; 4) « Les récits dissidents et le problème de la continuité culturelle ». Sponsored by the French Academy of Sciences. Paris, Sorbonne. March 17-April 4, 2004.

50. “Metropolitan Iona and the Construction of Cultural Memory in Muscovy.” Conference on New Directions in International Russistics. Lorand Eotvos University. Budapest, Hungary. May 15-19, 2004.

51. “Stepennaia kniga: What We Know and What We’d Like to Know.” Harvard Seminar for Early Russian Studies, Cambridge, Mass. Oct. 28, 2005.

52. “New Paradigms for Medieval Russian Literature.” AAASS Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, November, 2005.

53. “The Staircase of Succession as a Historical Metaphor.” Medieval Slavic Workshop. University of Chicago. April 21, 2005.

54. “Orthodox Historical Vision and Literary Art in the Stepennaia kniga.” Stanford University, Oct. 18, 2006.

55. “Iz istorii pochitaniia velikoi kniagini moskovskoi Evdokii, v inochestve Evfrosinii.” Conference on the Anniversary of St. Evdokiia’s Passing and on the Role of Women in the Historical Formation of the Russian State, sponsored by the Moscow Patriarchate and City Government., April 11, 2007.

56. “The Chudov Monastery and the Stepennaia kniga (1555 -1563).” Conference on Religion und Integration in Moskauer Russland. Kiel, Germany. May, 2008.

57. “Stepennaia kniga’s Concept of the Russian State.” Conference on “The Role of the State in Muscovite Russia" Lorand Eotvos University. Budapest, Hungary, May 2008

58. “Muscovite Church Sources on Tatars Who did not Convert.” Roundtable on New Paradigms for Treatment of Turks and Tartars in Muscovy, AAASS Annual Convention. Philadelphia, November, 2008.

59. “The Book of Royal Degrees: Its Provenance and Political Theology.” Conference on The Book of Royal Degrees and Russian Historical Consciousness. UCLA. Febr. 26-28 2009.

60. “Kremlevskii Chudov monastyr’ i representatsiia verkhovnoi vlasti v Stepennoi knige (1555-1563). Conference on “Verkhovnaia vlast’, elita i obshchestvo v Rossii XIV-pervoi poloviny XIX vv. Moscow, November, 2009.

61. “The Kazan’ Bishopric and the Idea of a Multi-National Orthodox State.” Medieval Slavic and Byzantine Winter Workshop. UCLA. February 12, 2010.

62.`“The Career of Prince Fedor of Smolensk and Iaroslavl’ (1280-1299): Economic and Dynastic Politics After the Mongol Conquest. AAASS Annual Convention. Los Angeles, November 19, 2010.

63. “Writing Academic Commentary: the Pre-Petrine period,” round table on Commentary, AATSEEL Annual Convention. Seattle, Washington, January 2012.

64. “Smolensk in the 1280s: New Models for Rus’ Accommodation to the Mongols,” CMRS Medieval workshop, Los Angeles, Febr. 2011.

65. “The Stepennaia kniga and the Illuminated Chronicle: A Comparative Study,” for conference on: “Die Illustrierte Chronikhandschrift des Zaren Ivan IV. Groznyj. Ein Schlüsselwerk der Moskauer Historiographie und Buchkunst zwischen Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit und seine Stellung im gesamteuropäischen Kontext, ” Bayrische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Dec. 7-9, 2011.

66. “Rewriting Russian History in Ivan the Terrible’s Reign,” for conference on: “ Ecrire et réécrire l’histoire russe, d’Ivan le Terrible à V.O. Ključevskij. ” Sorbonne-Paris IV/Fondation Singer/Polignac, May 2012.

67. “ Kogda i zachem byla napisana Stepennaia kniga.” Lecture delivered to Philological Faculty, Moscow State University, October 29, 2013.

69. “Slavic Translations of Lenten Triodion Readings: `In Hymnum Acathistum/O nesedalnom,” for conference on “Cyril and Methodius: Byzantium and the World of the Slavs,” City of Thessaloniki, November 28-30, 2013.

70. “Liturgical Readings as Models for Old Russian Texts: The Tale of Temir-Aksak,” Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago, April 18, 2014.

71. “The Beginnings of Consciousness of the Bible as a Book in Rus’,” The Bible in Slavic Cultures, Florence, February 9-13, 2015.



72. “Reconstructing the Lives of Medieval Russian Saints and their Textual Histories,” Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago, April 18, 2014.




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