For citation: Tsvetaeva, Marina Nikolaevna. Ecology of culture: nature, human, civilization in the artistic and information space of the Russian world, in Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana. 2019. № 2. Pp. 240-243.
|Title of the article||Ecology of culture: nature, human, civilization in the artistic and information space of the Russian world|
|In the section||Chronicle / Events|
|Type of article||RAR||Index UDK||Index BBK|
On May 10–12, 2019, the Saint Petersburg state University held a scientific and practical seminar with international participation “Ecology of culture: nature, man, civilization in the artistic and information space of the Russian world”. The seminar included four sections that reflect the trends relevant to modern Humanities: “Archetypes and symbols of the Slavic-Russian world: cultural-historical and religious-philosophical context” (moderated by M. N. Tsvetaeva), “The World of nature in the sphere of cultural-historical logos” (moderated by O. B. Tsvetaeva). Russian Russian culture), “Nature, man, civilization in the space of Russian art culture” (moderated by O. B. Sokurova), “People of the Russian world” (moderated by M. N. Tsvetaeva). The seminar program included 24 reports that brought together Russian and foreign experts from Russian cities – Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov, Syktyvkar, as well as Belarus, France, Germany, and Finland.
|Keywords||ecology of culture, conference, Slavic-Russian world, national culture, symbols, image of the world, meaning of life, sacred images, understanding of history, philosophy of culture, axiology of creativity|
|Full text version of the article.||Article language||Russian|
Tags: conference, Chronicle / Events, events, ecology of culture, Slavic-Russian world, national culture, symbols, image of the world, sacred images, understanding of history, philosophy of culture, axiology of creativity