Лѣтопись: 11-13 April 1981: Columbus, OH. Hilandar Monastery and Other Repositories of Medieval Slavic Manuscripts: Research Needs and Opportunities
Creators:Matejic, Very Rev. Dr. Mateja
Thomson, Francis J.
Baar, Anton H. van den
Contributors:Veder, William R.
Keywords:First International Hilandar Conference
Hilandar Research Project
Hilandar Monastery (Mount Athos, Greece)
Tsamis, Demetrios, Professor (Governor of Mount Athos)
Medieval Slavic Studies
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Other Titles:Chronicle: 11-13 April 1981: Columbus, OH. Hilandar Monastery and Other Repositories of Medieval Slavic Manuscripts: Research Needs and Opportunities
Publisher:William R. Veder, Vakgroep Slavistiek, Katholieke Universiteit, Postbus 9103, 6500 HD Nijmegen (Holland)
Citation:Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures 5 (October 1981): 43-90.
This feature "Chronicle" reports on recent events in the field of Early Slavic, e.g., celebrations, conferences, symposia, etc. On April 11-13, 1981 a working conference entitled "Hilandar Monastery and Other Repositories of Medieval Slavic Manuscripts: Research Needs and Opportunities" was held at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. This announcement contains an outline of the history of the Hilandar Research Project at the Ohio State University, country reports by various scholars on the state of research pertaining to Slavic studies, and recommendations of scholars in attendance for the future of the Hilandar Research Project. The announcement finishes with a list of the conference participants.
1. The Hilandar Research Project at the Ohio State University by Matejic Matejic, Director, pp. 43–45; 2. Country Reports, pp. 46–85: Belgium by Francis Thomson, Bulgaria by Petur Dinekov, Canada by Richard Pope, Croatian Glagolitic Manuscripts–A Survey of Their Repositories by Anica Nazor, France – reference to report by Vladimir Vodoff, Italy by Mario Capaldo, Macedonia by Lidija Slaveva, Netherlands by Anton Van den Baar, Serbia by Dimitrije Bogdanovic, United States by Riccardo Picchio; 3. Recommendations Made by the Working Groups, pp. 86–88; 4. Appendices to the Recommendations, p. 89: Appendix 1–Proposed Scholarly Transliteration of Cyrillic, Appendix 2–Proposed Transliteration for Computerization of Medieval and Modern Cyrillic; 5. List of Participants, p. 90: Julia Alissandratos, Bert Beynen, Dimitrije Bogdanović, Mario Capaldo, Matej Cazacu, Petǎr Dinekov, Aksinija Džurova, Ivan Dujčev, John Fine, Sharon Fullerton, Charles Gribble, David Huntley, Priest-monk Ioannikios of Holy Trinity Monastery, Edward Kasinic, Stefan Kožuharov, Kujo Kuev, Maxine Lebo, Horace Lunt, Mateja Matejić, Predrag Matejić, Ladislav Matejka, Robert Mathiesen, Gordon McDaniel, Vera Mutafčieva, Olivera Nedić, Aleksandr Naumow, Hugh Olmsted, Ricardo Picchio, Paul-Hubert Poirier, Richard Pope, Andrej Robinson, David Robinson, Jerzy Rusek, Krumka Šarova, Philip Shashko, Lidija Slaveva, Benjamin Stolz, Antoine-Emile Tachiaos, Francis Thomson, Leon Twarog, Anton van den Baar, William Veder, Bojana Velčeva, Daniel Waugh and Dean Worth.
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