During the late Soviet and early post-Soviet period there were several distinct movements pushing for a return to the Orthodox Church. Dr. Noble considers these religious currents and how they relate to the institutional church. Also examined is how demographic trends and religious practices illuminate popular Orthodoxy piety in 21st century Russia. Finally, she will examine how these at times come into conflict with the institutional church's relationship to the Russian state.
-Dr. Brittany Pheiffer Noble, expert on 20th century Russian intellectual history and religion
-Prof. David Martin Jones, Director of Research, Danube Institute
Brittany Pheiffer Noble holds a PhD in from the Slavic Department of Columbia University in New York City. Her field of expertise is 20th century Russian intellectual history and religion with a particular focus on Russian emigré thought and culture. She is co-translator of Arab Orthodox under the Ottomans:1518-1831 and resides in Leuven, Belgium.
Date: 22 February 2023, 5.30 p.m.
Venue: Lónyay-Hatvany Villa- 1. Csónak str., 1015 Budapest
(Entrance: Aranybástya - The Golden Bastion Restaurant)
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