Geschichte Osteuropas und Südosteuropas




Eschatology in Eastern and Western Europe

Online-Workshop (Zoom)

05.03.2021 – 06.03.2021

March 5, 2021

I Welcome and Keynote

14:15-14:30 Julia Herzberg (LMU Munich) & David Khunchukashvili (LMU Munich)
                   Welcoming Address

14:30-15:00 Nicolas Pissis (FU Berlin)
                   Eschatology and Knowledge Transfer in the Early Modern Period

II Eschatology in Eastern Europe

                  Chair: Julia Herzberg

15:00-16:00 Uladzimir Kananovich (Kletsk)
                   Doctor Francis Skaryna: In the Signs of the End Times

16:00-16:15 Coffee break

16:15-17:15 Liliya Berezhnaya (WWU Muenster)
                   An Orthodox Purgatory? “The Otherworldly Third Place” in Early Modern
                   Ruthenian: Religious Polemics and on the Last Judgment Icons.

17:15-18:15 Petr Stefanovich (HSE Moscow)
                   Eschatology and Russian Identity in the Works of Old-Believers of the  
                   Late 17th Early 18th Centuries

18:15-18:45 Virtual get-together

March 6, 2021

III Political Eschatology

                   Chair: Damien Tricoire

13:00-14:00 Petra Waffner (FernUniversität in Hagen)
                   Political Prophecy as Strategy in Late Medieval Reform Texts

14:00-15:00 David Khunchukashvili (LMU München)
                   Judicial Astrology and Political Eschatology in Eastern and Western Europe

15:00-15:15 Coffee break

15:15-16:15 András Kraft (Princeton University)
                   The Byzantine Apocalyptic Tradition after Byzantium

IV Eschatology between Time and Eternity

                   Chair: Natalia Sinkevych

16:15-17:15 Benedikt Brunner (IEG Mainz)
                   “…from our spiritual rebirth to the hope of a future life.” Funeral Sermons 
                   as European Means for Conveying Eschatological Imaginary Worlds

17:15-17:30 Coffee break

17:30-18:30 Joseph S. Freedman (Alabama State University)
                   Eschatology in the Context of Time, Duration, Eternity, and the Present
                   with a Primary Focus on Academic Philosophical Writings Published
                   in Central Europe during the Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries

18:30-19:00 Concluding Discussion


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