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2013 year, number 3

1.
SIBERIA IN MEMOIRS OF THE POLISH EXILES

K. Karolchak
Keywords: Poles in Siberia, memoires, Polish exile

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The paper considers the Polish exiles living conditions as reflected in their memoires. The author analyzes factors that influenced the exiles attitudes towards Siberia; studies how their origin, profession, family status affected their living conditions and relations with local population. Special attention is paid to those Poles who returned to Siberia or stayed there after completion of sentence.



2.
Mieczisłav Lepeckis Reports from Siberia

V. Olshevskiy
Keywords: Poles in Siberia, Mieczisłav Lepicki, Siberia in the 1930s, Novosibirsk

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The paper deals with the Polish military traveler M. Lepeckiys impressions from his journey to Siberia in 1933 and 1936. The travelers evaluation of the ongoing changes is presented along with his descriptions of the city of Novosibirsk as contrasted with other Siberian cities.



3.
TOBOLSK GOVERNOR V.A. ARTSIMOVICH AND HIS ESSAYS ON THE JOURNEY TO THE NORTHERN AREAS OF THE GOVERNORATE

N.P. Matkhanova
Keywords: V.A.Artsimovich, Poles in the Russian civil service, Poles in Siberia, Tobolsk governorate, Beryozo, Obdorsk, Samarovo

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The paper considers the Tobolsk period of life and activities of an outstanding Russian statesman V.A. Artsimovich, whose Description of the journey to Siberian land is introduced into the scientific use. It is shown how his personal impressions from the journey to the North of the Tobolsk governorate influenced his administrative activities.



4.
SIBERIAN WRITER AND ETHNOGRAPHER APOLLON KSAVERYEVICH ORDYNSKIY (1830-1915): NEW MATERIALS TO THE WRITERS BIOGRAPHY

Ye.N. Tumanik
Keywords: Siberian literature, ethnography, Buryats, Poles in Siberia

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The article is devoted to the literary and scientific heritage of A.K. Ordynskiy (1830 1915). He was a writer and ethnographer, very popular in Siberia in the late XIX - early XX centuries, but forgotten nowadays. Ordynskiys literary activity characterizes the Siberian-Polish cultural relations.



5.
CAPTIVE SOLDIERS OF THE POLISH 5 TH RIFLE DIVISION IN THE MINUSINSK UYEZD IN THE EARLY 1920S

R.V. Oplakanskaya
Keywords: Civil war in Siberia, White movement, foreign intervention, Polish 5th rifle division

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The article describes the group of prisoners-of-war from the Polish 5 th Rifle Division who lived in the Minusinsk Uyezd in the early 1920s. The group of Polish captives was characterized by social, cultural and political heterogeneity given the fact that in the pre-war period they belonged to three different countries Austria-Hungary, Germany and Russian empire. The author analyzes educational level, social and professional status of representatives of this group; shows how their labour was used in the regional economy.



6.
THE HISTORY OF MENTALITIES IN THE MODERN SIBERIAN-POLISH HISTORIOGRAPHY

T.G. Nedzeluk
Keywords: history of mentalities, intellectual history, transformation of the ideological stereotypes, Siberian polonistics, Polish sibirika

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The article is devoted to the characteristics of the present stage of the Siberian-Polish academic interaction in historical science. New methodological models in the context of mental history allow expanding the boundaries of human knowledge. The author undertakes analysis of the Soviet scientifi c heritage, reveals a tendency of transition to the new methodological positions, identifies relevant research areas.



7.
ON SOME SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF CITATIONS AND TITLES IN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ESSAYS IN THE 1 ST HALF OF THE XVI CENTURY

L.I. Zhurova
Keywords: Joseph Volotsky, Mitropolitan Daniel, Maximus the Greek, political essays of the XVI century

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The paper determines the level of functionality of citations and titles in the political and social essays of Russian writers in the XVI century in order to reveal specifics of the authors styles.



8.
SOME SOCIOCULTURAL FACTORS OF DEVELOPMENT OF HAGIOGRAPHY IN THE MODERN AGE (BY THE EXAMPLE OF ST. INNOCENT OF IRKUTSK)

N.K. Chernyshova
Keywords: hagiography, life story, historical essay, Spiritual Regulation, St. Innocent of Irkutsk, St. Dimitriy of Rostov, textual analysis, manuscript, biography, version, copy

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The article reveals factors of creation and existence of hagiography monuments of the Modern Age: specifics of canonization of saints in the Modern Age; the impact of Peter the Greats «Spiritual Regulation as a document that determined the contents of hagiographic literature; the role of historical science in transformation of hagiographic literature; specifics of studying hagiographical monuments of the Modern Age.



9.
OLD RUSSIAN TESTAMENTS OF THE XVXVII CENTURIES IN HAGIOGRAPHIC NARRATION

T.V. Panich
Keywords: testaments, clerical hierarchs, hagiographic texts

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The article is devoted to the function of Old Russian testament genre in the hagiographical writings. The peculiarities of testaments are analyzed, their role in hagiographic narrations is defi ned. Testaments of famous clerical hierarchs of the XIV XVII centuries attached to their biographies are used as the material of research.



10.
ISAAC THE SYRIAN`S TEXT AS PERCEIVED BY THE URAL-SIBERIAN OLD-BELIEVER ARTIST OF THE LATE XIX CENTURY

V. A. Yesipova
Keywords: paleography, Old-Believers, Isaac the Syrian, miniatures, monk practices

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The aim of this article is to find interrelation between the text and illustrations in Ascetical Homilies of Saint Isaac of Syria, the manuscript dated from the end of XIX century and illustrated by an Ural-Siberian Old-Believer artist. The author describes illustrations, shows how they are related to the texts provided with the miniature paintings; comes to conclusion that these paintings reflect interrelations within the system monk the outside world as well as main monk practices (pure prayer, withdrawal into silence, etc.).



11.
On the Prefaces to the Collected Works of Old-Believers

N.S. Guryanova
Keywords: Church reform, schism, Old Believers, manuscript collections, prefaces

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The author studies forewords to the Old-believers collected works coming to conclusion that defenders of the Old Rite used these prefaces in order to achieve the integrity of the text and help the reader adequately perceive the works included in these collections or fragments from the Holy Writ or patristic writings.



12.
THE TUMEN OLD-BELIEVER I.R. LEGOSTAEV AND RUSSIAN CHRONOGRAPH OF 1620

M.V. Pershina
Keywords: Old-Belief, traditionalism, Christian history, Chronograph of 1620

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The article considers the sources of cosmogonical and historical ideas of the Tumen Old-Believer I.R. Legostaev. The author comes to conclusion that Legostaevs narration of the Creation of the World was based on the introductory texts of the Russian Chronograph of 1620.



13.
RISIS OF THE PROVISIONAL SIBERIAN GOVERNMENT IN SEPTEMBER 1918: REARGUARD BATTLE IN KRASNOYARSK

V.I. Shishkin, D.L. Sheremetjeva
Keywords: Provisional Siberian Government, Council of Ministers, political crisis, Yeniseisk provincial commissar, the Socialist-Revolutionaries, newspapers

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In the paper the documents containing key information about the second phase of the political crisis of the Provisional Siberian Government in September 1918 are introduced into the scientifi c circulation.



14.
SAMIZDAT AS A FORM OF SPIRITUAL RESISTANCE TO THE SOVIET REPRESSIONS OF THE 1940SEARLY 1950S

Ye.N. Savenko
Keywords: samizdat, uncensored literature, handwritten book, deportation, spiritual resistance, Siberia

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The article analyzes reasons for publication and distribution of illegal national and religious literature under the conditions of deportation of Soviet citizens in the 1940s - 1950s. It characterizes subject areas and forms of existence of uncensored works in the Siberian and Far Eastern region.



15.
Publication of Books for Children in Siberia and the Far East (1990s)

I.V. Lizunova, E.V. Bulgakova
Keywords: book publishing, publishing-houses, books for children, adolescents and youth, childrens reading, Siberia and the Far East

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The article highlights the transformation of childrens publishing in Siberia and the Far East in the fi rst post-Soviet decade, identifies its main stages. Structural changes in the repertoire of childrens books are characterized. The peculiarities of the childrens books in certain areas of the region are revealed. The author emphasizes the need for every kind of assistance to the regional leaders of the book industry in the field of childrens literature publication.



16.
SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT IN BIBLIOGRAPHY AND LIBRARY SCIENCE AS A FACTOR OF THE RUSSIAN LIBRARY COMMUNITYS PROGRESS (APPROACHES, METHODS, MODELS)

L.A. Kozhevnikova
Keywords: scientific schools, library science, bibliography, communications, regions, professional printing

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The article is devoted to the nature and specifics of scientific schools of bibliography and librarianship, defining their place in maintaining a professional level of library science. It characterizes methods in researching cognitive and social communications in these sciences, underlying the interactions of scientists.



17.
Surgut Dwellers as an Ethnographic Group of Russians in the XIX Early XX Centuries

M.S. Litvinchuk
Keywords: local ethnographic groups of Russian, Siberian frontier, North of the Ob River, Surgut, Surgut dwellers

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The article is devoted to the characteristics of the Surgut population in the XIX early XX centuries as a local ethnographic group of Russians. Formation of this group is studied from the perspective of frontier theory as interpreted by M.V. Shilovskiy. Based on the contemporary descriptions the author reveals anthropological, linguistic and household features of Surgut dwellers.



18.
Magical and Religious Practices of the Russian Peasants in Siberia during Natural Disasters

G.V. Lyubimova
Keywords: natural disasters, magical and religious practices, Russian peasants in Siberia

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The paper deals with traditional ways of natural disaster prevention practiced by the Russian peasants in Siberia in the late XIX early XX centuries. Based on the archival and published data as well as the authors field work materials the article examines various methods used by the peasant commune for rainmaking, ceasing of drought, protecting crops from thunderstorm, hail and other calamities. Special attention to the traditional remedies against mass epidemics and epizootics is paid.



19.
The Status Symbolism of the Sayan-Altai Turkic Peoples Traditional Female Adornments

M.V. Moskvina
Keywords: traditional womens adornment, Sayan-Altai, age and gender symbolism

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The paper is devoted to designation problem of status symbolism in the traditional set of female adornment. Based on the materials of the Turkic peoples of the Sayan-Altai the author creates a marking scheme of a womans age and gender status through various combinations of adornments; shows their role in the process of womans transition from one age group into another, as well as in the situation of changing family status. Status symbolism of adornments has remained in the Turkic cultures of the Sayan-Altai region up to the present time.



20.
Kazakh Patterned Felt Carpets: Traditions and Innovations

I.V. Oktyabrskaya, S.K. Surganova
Keywords: traditional culture, Kazakh culture, popular art, designed felt

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The paper describes contemporary manufacturing of the artistic felt carpets by Kazakhs and characterizes this practice fr om the viewpoint of unity of traditions and innovations. On the basis of the eld studies data, the authors dene the main trends in development of this kind of handicrafts in Kazakhstan and in a wider perspective among the Kazakh people living outside the country (diaspora). Analysis of the conditions of felt carpet production in various districts of Kazakhstan, Altai, Mongolia and West Siberia has shown that production of homemade felt carpets was characterized by the local-specic variations in shape, color and ornamental patterns. Currently, this individual production has been changing into semi-industrial handicraft production wh ere traditions and authors innovations merge.



21.
Russians of Uzbekistan: Modern Ethno-Cultural Processes (the Case of Angren)

Yu. N. Tsyryapkina
Keywords: Russians, Tatars, identity, titular population, socio-cultural environment, migration

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This paper is focused on analysis of the main features of sociocultural life in small towns of Tashkent oblast in the post-Soviet period. The object of research is population of Angren, its subject main characteristics of Russian-speaking commune during the post-Soviet period and problems of its adaptation to the social and political life in Uzbekistan. While studying this group the author comes to conclusion that the Russian-speaking population, even being a minority, continues to play a significant role in the sociocultural life in the cities of Tashkent oblast.



22.
KOREAN RUSSIANS IN NOVOSIBIRSK OBLAST AND STRATEGIES OF TRANSNATIONAL COOPERATION OF REPUBLIC OF KOREA

E.V. Kim
Keywords: Korean Russians, migrations, adaptation, diaspora, transnational relationships, inter-ethnic relations

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The early XXI century is marked by actualization of relationships between diasporas, host and home countries. This article reviews that kind of relationships through the example of Korean Russians. Korean Russians have had a big experience of transnational activity, they have been living in Russia for a long time, and during the last decade they have been participating in diasporic strategies of Republic of Korea. This paper examines these strategies of transnational relationships with the home country.



23.
THE MISSIONARY PRIEST IN SIBERIA: IDEAL AND REALITY (ON THE MATERIALS OF RELIGIOUS PERIODICALS OF THE 2 ND HALF OF THE XIX EARLY XX CENTURY)

N. A. Zemlyakova
Keywords: Siberian missionary, ideal, religious periodicals

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The paper characterizes an ideal image of a missionary priest in Siberia, which was constructed on pages of the religious orthodox periodical press. Its studying allowed to understand what qualities a missionary priest acting in Siberia had to possess and which goals could be achieved owing to those qualities. The ideal constructed by the orthodox periodical press not always coincided with reality, but it impelled a missionary priest to long for self-perfection necessary for his successful activity.



24.
SACRED MOUNTAINS OF KHAKASSIA: PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION AND MUSEUMIFICATION

L.V. Yeremin
Keywords: objects of religious worship, cultural heritage of Khakassia, museumification, conservation

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Notions of the sacred significance of mountain peaks and their inhabitants, mountain spirits, are one of the best preserved parts Khakassian traditional culture. Data on more than three hundred religious objects connected with the worship of mountains in Khakassia have survived to the present day. One of the main problems connected with protection of the objects of religious worship is their unclear legal status in the regional legislation of Khakassia. However, the open-air museums of Khakassia have accumulated positive experience in the sphere of museumification of religious objects of worship. The paper deals with analysis of these practicies. Specific character of these practices lies in the fact that preservation and actualization of such objects is a contributing factor to the ethnic groups consolidation of, the incentive to strengthen its ideology.



25.
ON THE CRITICAL APPROACH TO STUDYING THE RUSSIAN CHRONICLES (XVIII - 1 ST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY)

K.B. Umbrashko
Keywords: Russian chronicles, Russian historians, critical approach

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The article traces formation of critical approach to studying the Russian chronicles in the XVIII - 1 st half of the XIX Century)



26.
PUBLISHING ACTIVITIES OF THE LEFT-WING RADICAL POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS IN RUSSIA (the Last Decade of the XX the First Decade of the XXI Century)

N.S. Matveeva
Keywords: publishing, Russia, press, communist parties

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The article considers the history of edition of printed materials by the Left-wing radical political organizations in Russia in the last decade XX the first decade of the XXI century is considered. It highlights specifics of contents and forms of release of the ultra-communist press in the modern context.



27.
THE LAST SURVIVOR: HISTORY OF THE KRASNOYARSK LIBRARY COLLECTOR IN THE REFORM ERA (19912012)

Olga N. Alshevskaya
Keywords: book trade, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the library header, acquisition of libraries, social and cultural activities

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The article considers activities of Russias oldest bookselling enterprise - Krasnoyarsk library collector during the post-Soviet period (19912012). It describes the history of successful survival of the former socialist enterprise (one of the Krasnoyarsk Regional Bookstores units) in the transition to the market economy.



28.
Rec. ad op.: A.Yu. Petrov. Natalya Shelikhova at the Origins of Russian America. Moscow: Publishing House Vyes Mir, 2012 320 p. (A.Yu. Petrov. Natalya Shelikhova u istokov Russkoy Ameriki. - M.: Izd-vo Vyes Mir, 2012 320 s.)

V.P. Shakherov



29.
Rec. ad op.: Old-Believers Hectographic Editions of the Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Last Quarter of the XIX First Quarter of the XX Century. Catalogue of Editions and Selected Texts / Compiled by N.Yu. Bubnov. Spb., 2012. 459 p., ill. (Staroobryadcheskiye gektographirovanniye izdaniya Biblioteki Rossiyskoy Akademii nauk. Poslednyaya chetvert XIX pervaya chetvert XX v. katalog izdaniy I izbrannyye teksty / Sost. N.Yu. Bubnov. Spb., 2012. 459 s.: il.)

N.D. Zolnikova



30.
Scientific Conference Problems of Russian-Polish History and Dialogue of Cultures (Novosibirsk, April, 23-24, 2013 )

Ye.N. Tumanik



31.
Report on the International Conference in Kazan

V.V. Vvedenskiy