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“ENCOUNTERS AND INTERWEAVINGS IN CAUCASUS A LONG-TERM HISTORY OF CROSS-CULTURAL TRANSFERS ”

Conférence


Dernière modification : 15 septembre 2017

KHAZAR UNIVERSITY, BAKU
NOVEMBER 7-9, 2016.

Programme :

November 7, 2016
9:30 Opening remarks
Hamlet ISAKHANLI – Michel ESPAGNE – Shahin MUSTAFAYEV
10:10 - 11:10
Session I (Moderators : Michel ESPAGNE and Mehmet KALPAKLI)
Bertille LYONNET (France) : Ways of exchanges between Caucasian mountains and Mesopotamian countries at Neolithic times.
Daniel PETIT (France) : Genetic and areal classification in Ancient Anatolia and beyond.
11:10 - 11:40 Coffee Break
11:40 - 12:40
Vakhtang LICHELI (Georgia) : The first Caucasian script of the 7th century B.C.
Farda ASADOV (Azerbaijan ) : Caucasian Albania as a contact zone of sedentary population and state with nomadic people (5-7 centuries CE).
12:40 - 14:00 Lunch
Session II (Moderators : Sophie BASCH and Ekaterina DIMITRIEVA)
14:00 - 15:30
Anca DAN (France) : In the footsteps of Prometheus : perceptions and
representations of the Caucasus mountains, from the Greeks to Douglas FRESHFIELD.
Rafael HUSEYNOV (Azerbaijan ) : Diverse cultural milieu of Caucasus in Nizami
Ganjavi’s poetry.
Nino PIRTSKHALAVA (Georgia ) : Multicultural world in the poetry of Shota Rustaveli.
15:30 -16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 - 18:00
Mehmet KALPAKLI (Turkey) : The Caucasus and Anatolia : A Common Cultural
Heritage in the Light of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Shahin MUSTAFAYEV (Azerbaijan ) : Mongol political supremacy and cultural
interaction in the Caucasus (13-14 centuries CE).
Georges DEPEYROT (France ) : Currency circulation in South Caucasus.
19:00 Dinner
November 8, 2016
9:30 -10:30
Session III (Moderators : Farda ASADOV and Anca DAN)
Svetlana GORSHENINA (Switzerland ) : Early photography in the Caucasus and Central Asia : transfers of a technology of the modernity in imperial Russia.
Hamlet ISAKHANI (Azerbaijan ) : Friederich BODENSTEDT on the ethnic and cultural diversity of Caucasus.
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 -13:00
Ekaterina DIMITRIEVA (Russian Federation ) : The oriental question in Russia (1820-1920) through the prism of Tynianovs Smert’ Vazir Muhtara.
Gilles AUTHIER (France ) : Lexical identity and structural convergence in languages of Azerbaijan.
Boris KHARSIEV (Republic of Ingushetia, Russia ) : Cultural transformation in the North Caucasus in the XIX - XX centuries (by the example of the culture of Ingush people)
13:00 -14:30 Lunch
Session IV (Moderators : Nino PIRTSKHALAVA and Georges DEPEYROT)
14:30 - 16:00
Haji Murad DONOGO (Republic of Dagestan, Russia ) : Sheykh SHAMIL and spiritual unity of North Caucasian people in 19 century.
Irada BAGIROVA (Azerbaijan ) : Baku as a center of crosscultural interactions in 19-early 20 century.
Nino CHIKOVANI (Georgia ) : Tbilisi as a center of crosscultural interactions in 19-early 20 century.
16:30 -17:00 Coffee Break
17:00 - 18:30
Sophie BASCH (France ) : Lev NUSSIMBAUM-KURBAN Said : Girl from the Golden Horn.
Pascale RABAULT-FEUERBAHN (France ) : Multilayer identity and the polyphony of multiculturalism in Samir Naqqash’s novel "Shlomo al Kurdi” (2004).
Michel ESPAGNE (France ) : From Julius KLAPROTH to Friedrich BODENSTEDT : German scholars of the 19th century discovering Caucasus.
19:00 Dinner
November 9, 2016
9:00 -14:00 Baku city tour

  • Alley of Martyrs
  • Highland Park
  • Baku State Philharmonic Hall
  • The Governor’s Garden
  • Vahid Garden
  • Shirvanshakh Palace
  • Baku Museum of Miniature Books
  • Istiglaliyyet Street
  • Institute of Manuscripts of Azerbaijan
  • Ismaliyya Building
  • Sabir Garden
  • Gosha Gala Gate
  • Maiden Tower
  • Baku Boulevard
  • Puppet Theatre
  • Nizami Museum of Azerbaijani Literature and the statue of Nizami
  • Fountains Square
  • Malakan Garden
    14:00 - 15:00 Lunch
    16:00 Concert Program (122, Bashir Safaroglu campus)