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Conferences

The Dutch institute organises conferences with the intention of connecting Dutch and Russian researchers. These conferences cover a range of subjects and take place in Russia. Here you can find a list of the current and recent conferences organised by the Dutch institute.

Bridge Builders: Dutch Studies in Russia and Russian Studies in the Netherlands from a Historical Perspective

June 4-5, 2021

Through the ages, the relations between the Netherlands and Russia have been marked by major fluctuations. During two conferences – one in St. Petersburg and one in Amsterdam – there will be presented a number of cases from the fourteenth till the beginning of the twenty-first century, with regard to institutional as well as non-institutional Dutch studies in Russia and Russian studies in the Netherlands. The focus will be on the twentieth century, when Dutch and Slavic departments have been founded at Russian and Dutch universities respectively. Apart from institutional history and the work of important slavists and scholars in Dutch studies, we will pay attention to the history of Russian-Dutch lexicography and to literary translation. Both conferences will also leave room for lectures intended for a broader audience.

 

 

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Polylogue and synthesis of the arts: history and modernity, theory and practice

March 4th-5th, 2019

International academic conference

Lezing Nieuw Stage

The Russian influence on Dutch cultre

June 23rd, 2017

International academic conference

Expert meeting Cutting Edge/Eastbound

31 januari en 1 februari 2019

Conference on the spread of Dutch and Flemish literature to the east (Germany, Central and Eastern Europe and Russia).

SPBGAU

Vegetable Garden with bare hands

20th of April 2018

Conference about a charity project organized by the the University of Wageningen in cooperation with Saint-Petersburg State Agrarian University: green activities and education for young disabled people at Orphanage no. 4 in Pavlovsk.