The church in the cultural space of modern Russia: constructive ideas and their implementation

Pyotr Mangilev, Konstantin Kostromin, Marina Nechayeva, Andrey Shamanayev, Oksana Ivanova

Abstract


The materials published below are a result of a discussion that followed a conference organized by the Yekaterinburg Metropolis of the Russian Orthodox Church and Ural Federal University. The participants of the discussion were archpriest Pyotr Mangilev, PhD (History), senior academic administrator at the Yekaterinburg Orthodox Seminary; archpriest Konstantin Kostromin, PhD (History), Doctor of Theology, lecturer at the Saint Petersburg Ecclesiastical Academy; Marina Nechayeva, PhD (History), senior researchfellow at the Institute of History and Archaeology (Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences); Andrey Shamanayev, PhD (History), associate professor at Ural Federal University; Oksana Ivanova, master’s student of St Philaretus Orthodox Christian Institute (Yekaterinburg).They discussed issues relating to the interaction of religious educational establishments and state universities, the collaboration of eparchial structures with museums, and forms of joint cultural events, as well as the background of the establishment of church museums, archives and libraries in the Yekaterinburg Metropolis and Saint Petersburg Eparchy.


Keywords


church and culture; religious enlightenment; Yekaterinburg Seminary; Saint Petersburg Ecclesiastical Academy; academic connections of the church; church museums.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15826/qr.2016.1.153

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