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Очерки по истории и культуре староверов Эстонии III [Studies on the history and culture of Old Believers in Estonia III]

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Book Series: Acta Slavica Estonica ISBN: 9789949321520 9789949321988 Year: Pages: 337 + 16 pages of co DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_432175 Language: Russian|Estonian
Publisher: University of Tartu Press
Subject: Sociology --- Social Sciences --- Religion --- Linguistics --- Arts in general --- Languages and Literatures
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Acta Slavica Estonica is an international series of publications on current issues of Russian and other Slavic languages, literatures and cultures. This volume continues the tradition of publishing studies on the history and culture of the Old Believers in Estonia. It includes research papers on the topic, as well as transcripts of recorded texts from the Old Believers. The special focus of the volume is on the island Piirissaar, its history, architecture, people and their language, customs and traditions.

In memoriam Zdeněk F. Oliverius

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Book Series: Specimina philologiae Slavicae ISBN: 9783876903064 Year: Pages: 100 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
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The Bibliography in this publication presents Oliverius as one of the most versatile scholars in the field of Russian linguistics. With no difficulty one can trace here the imprint of his four brief years in Australia between December 1968, and September 1972. Here he was one of the first scholars in Russian studies of truly high calibre, with a unique international reputation. And yet as the first President of the Australian and New Zealand Slavists' Association he was realistic enough not to impose on the local scene a standard model usual on other continents and involving a wide range of Slavic languages. The purpose o f this volume is to focus attention on Oliverius's scholarly activities in this country, reviewing their climax during the period from 1969 to 1972 as well as the prelude and aftermath during his Prague years. This publication, in which six Slavists from both Melbourne departments have taken part, is the first publication attempting to examine the roots and sources of Slavic studies in Australia.

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