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On 25-26 November, the 12th International Academic Conference – Mikhoels Readings Will Be Held at RSAL

On 25-26 November, the 12th International Academic Conference – Mikhoels Readings Will Be Held at RSAL

The 12th International Mikhoels Readings ‘National Theatre in the Context of Multinational Culture’ will be held on 25-26 November 2021, and will raise issues of intercultural interaction, primarily, those facing national theatres in a foreign culture.

The readings focus on the history and current state of national theatre. Participant reports are devoted to the study of the theatre-related collections of libraries, archives, and museums. The discussion in RSAL brings together book and theatre scholars, culturologists, philologists, historians, and publishers, as well as specialists from libraries, museums, archives, and institutes.

 

The 12th International Mikhoels Readings

‘National Theatre in the Context of Multinational Culture’

25–26 November 2021

 

 

Link to the Zoom conference: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/6857880969?pwd=ZFk2MW9Eb2JLL3hCaUVXMFVzaTdqZz09

 

Conference ID: 685 788 0969

Access code: 0DLwHL1

 

Online broadcast on RSAL’s YouTube channel:

https://youtu.be/cXjaB34UgLg

 

 

Programme

 

24 November, 12:00 – 18:00 — Rehearsal for participants presenting online

 

25 November

 

09:30 – 10:00 — Registration of conference participants, check connections

 

10:00 — Session 1

The Readers Museum

 

Moderator — Ada Aronovna Kolganova, PhD Philological Sciences, Director RSAL

 

Elena Eduardovna Goryunova, Professor Lomonsov Moscow State University, PhD Art History, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation (Moscow)

The Cultural Phenomenon of the Personality and Creativity of Mikhail Gluz in the Context of Multinational Cultures

 

Sergey Anatolyevich Golomazov, Artistic Director of the Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre, (Riga/Moscow)

Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre — Russian Theatre Abroad

 

Faust Petrovich Mindlin, actor, director, independent researcher (Odessa)

On the History of the Ban on Jewish Theatre in the Russian Empire. Archival Finds

 

Vasili Schedrin, Professor of Jewish History, Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)

Roman Freud, actor, director (New York)

Archive on Stage. Work on the Play, The Adventures of Solomon or Singing Windmills

 

Elena Ivanovna Strutinskaya, PhD Art History, Lead Researcher of the State Institute for Art Studies (Moscow)

Stage Architecture of Isaac Rabinovich on the Stage of GOSET and MXAT

 

12:00 – 12:15 — Coffee break

 

Lyubov Solomonovna Oves, PhD Art History, Associate Professor, Senior Researcher at the Russian Institute of Art History (St Petersburg)

The Pale of Settlement as a Supplier of the Scenographic Cadre. New People at Film Studios and Petrograd-Leningrad Theatres: Biographies and Fates

 

Inna Pavlovna Gerasimova, PhD Historical Sciences, independent researcher (Wiesbaden, Germany)

From Folk to Professional. From the History of the Puppet Theatre of Eastern European Jews (1920–1930s)

 

Galina Arkadyevna Eliasberg, PhD Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theology of Judaism, Biblical Studies, and Judaica of RSUH

Theatrical Productions and Film Adaptations of Sholem Aleichem’s Novel, Wandering Stars

 

13:45 – 14:45 — Break, lunch

 

Presentation of contemporary graphics exhibition

‘Israel: Other Subjects

Exposition organised in partnership with the Embassy of Israel in the Russian Federation.  Exhibition Curator — Irina Gershman (Krasnoyarsk, AinArta Gallery)

 

Blue Hall

15:15 — Session 2

The Readers Museum

 

Moderator —Abram Ilyich Reitblat, PhD Pedagogical Sciences, Chief Bibliographer of RSAL’s Department of Archival Materials (Moscow)

 

Leonid Fridovich Katsis, ScD Philology, Head of the Department of Theology of Judaism, Biblical Studies, and Judaica of RSUH (Moscow)

On the Early Biography of Chaim Tokar, Chronicler of GOSET, and his Correspondent David Zaslavsky

 

Stefan Mashkevich, PhD Historical Sciences, PhD Physical and Mathematical Sciences (Kyiv/New York)

On the History of the Kunstwinkel Jewish Theatre in Kiev (1922–1928)

 

Zlata Rakhmanovna Zaretskaya, PhD, researcher of Israeli culture. Israeli Independent Academy for Development of Sciences (Eshkolot, Israel)

The Phenomenon of Israeli Theatre

 

Leonid Univerg, PhD Historical Sciences, Philobiblio Publishing House (Jerusalem);

Lyubov Lipina-Univerg, Independent Researcher (Jerusalem)

Jerusalem Russian Library. Review of the collection and cultural programmes of the S. Mikhoels Art Library’s theatre section (on the pages of the two-volume Jerusalem Russian Library: Pages of History. For the 30th-Anniversary of the Library)

 

 

26 November

 

 

09:30–10:00 — Registration of participants, verification of connections

 

10:00 — Session 3

The Readers Museum

 

Moderator — Inna Alexandrovna Vaganova, PhD Technical Sciences, Deputy Director of RSAL

 

Tatyana Moiseevna Bartele, ScD History, Lead Researcher at the Riga Higher School of Economics, Art and Technology (Riga, Latvia)

Jewish Theatrical Life of Riga, 1919–1925

 

Tatyana Kuzminichna Shor, Candidate of Philological Sciences, independent researcher-archivist (Tartu, Estonia)

Jewish Plays on the Estonian Stage, 1920–1930

 

Anastasia Grigorievna Gai, Director of the Saint-Petersburg State Theatre Library (St Petersburg)

Estonian Dramaturgy in the Collection of Book Masterpieces «Censorship in Dramaturgy”

 

Ekaterina Borisovna Morozova, PhD Art History, Senior Researcher at the State Institute of Art History (Moscow)

National Tradition in Forming a Stage Language in Modern Theatre

 

Tamara Tikhonovna Burlakova, PhD Pedagogical Sciences, Department Head of the Scientific and Methodological Work of the A.A. Bakhrushin State Tretyakov Centre (Moscow)

The Internet Portal ‘Theatre Museums and Archives of Russia and the Russian Diaspora’ as an Inter-ethnic Project

 

11:45 – 12:15 Coffee break

 

Joanna Thomas Thomou, Graduate of Archaeology and History of Art, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki, Greece)

Theatre of the Interwar Period in Greece: The Impact of the Catastrophe of Asia Minor and Comparison with Ancient and Modern Theatre

 

Violetta Vladimirovna Gudkova, ScD Art History, Lead Researcher of the State Institute of Art Studies (Moscow)

Mikhail Bulgakov’s Plays on National Stages in 1920–1930

 

Maxim Mikhailovich Gudkov, film and stage actor, senior lecturer at Saint Petersburg State University (St Petersburg)

Vakhtangov’s Ideas Across the Ocean: Later Plays by Maxim Gorky in Artef Theater, New York

 

13:00 – 14:00 Break, lunch

 

14:00 — Session 4

The Readers Museum

 

Moderator — Violetta Vladimirovna Gudkova, ScD Art History, Lead Researcher of the State Institute for Art Studies (Moscow)

 

Darya Vladimirovna Lavrova, Senior Researcher, A.A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum (Moscow)

The First State Polish Theatre in Kiev 1930–1933. Photos from the A.A. Bakhrushin State Theatre Collection

 

Viktor Vitalyevich Borzenko, PhD Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

Riga’s First Theatre Newspaper, Rigisches Theaterblatt, 1815

 

Violetta Yegorovna Golovchiner, ScD Philology, Professor, Chief Researcher of the Department of Russian Literature of TSPU (Tomsk); Oksana Nikolaevna Yurchenkova, PhD Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Literature of TSPU (Tomsk)

Hans Christian Andersen’s Motifs as Developed by Evgeny Schwartz (‘The Princess and the Swineherd’ [‘The Swineherd’], ‘The Naked King’ [‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’]): for the 125th-Anniversary of the Playwright’s Birth

 

Olga Alexandrovna Tikhovskaia, Editor of Inter-Class Centre (Chisinau, Moldova)

Moldavian National Theatre in 1950–1970s, in the Creative Career of the Director and Teacher B.E. Zahava

 

Abram Ilyich Reitblat, PhD Pedagogical Sciences, Chief Bibliographer of RSAL’s Department of Archival Materials (Moscow)

Oleg Leonidov as a Propagandist of Dramaturgy of the Peoples of the USSR

 

Tatyana Yurievna Chaban, Department Head of RSAL’s Archival Materials (Moscow)

Musical Theatre in Y.B. Sherling’s Archive: from RSAL’s Collections

 

Tea, coffee, discussion