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Academic Periodical

The Quarterly Journal of St. Philaret’s Institute

Abstracts and Reviews

Natalya Adamenko, Research Associate, Mission and Catechesis Research and Methodology Centre (Moscow)
Therefore Go. Book Review: Anastasios (Yannoulatos), Archbishop. Even to the Ends of the Earth : Studies in Mission History. Moscow : Sts. Cyril and Methodius Theological Institute of Postgraduate Studies, 2018. 224 p.
Issue №28, pp. 203–207
Kirill Aleksandrov, Ph.D. in History, Associate Professor, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow, Saint Petersburg)
Disputes over the Ruin
Issue №33, pp. 187–216
Book Review: Zubov B. A. Russia. 1917. The Catastrophe : Lectures on Russian Revolution. Moscow : Ripol Classic Publishing House : Pangloss, 2019. 317, [3] p.
Alexander Kopirovsky, Ph.D. in Education, Associate Professor Head of the Theology Department, Research Fellow, SFI (Moscow)
Вook review: “Khodakov M. A. Chrestomathy on Iconology”. Moscow : 
PSTGU Publ., 2020. 172 p.
Issue №35, pp. 293–298
Viktor Alexandrov, Ph.D. in Medieval Studies, Independent scholar (Hungary, Budapest)

Book review: Protopr. Nikolay Afanasyev. Willow of Edessa and his time

Issue №26, pp. 206–209
Yulia Antipina, Independent scholar (Saint Petersburg)
Book abstract: Sergei Nikolayevich Bulgakov / Ed. A. P. Kozyrev. Moscow : Political Encyclopaedia, 2020. 631 p. : ill. (Philosophy of Russia in the first half of the twentieth century)
Issue №37, pp. 205–207
DOI: 10.25803/SFI.2021.37.1.014
Yulia Balakshina, Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Academic Secretary, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)

Book review: History of church brotherhoods in Russia

Issue №25, pp. 198–202
Yulia Balakshina, Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, Academic Secretary, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)

Book review: St. Petersburg Martyrologue: On the 100th Anniversary of the Beginning of the Persecution against Believers in God in Russia

Issue №24, pp. 170–175
Yulia Balakshina, Doctor of Philology Assistant Professor, Academic Secretary, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Reviewing the Debates
Issue №21, pp. 153–164
DOI: 10.25803/26587599_2017_21_153 

Irina Bulanova, Ph.D. in Psychology, Associate Professor of Psychology Department, Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of Education, Moscow State Pedagogical University (Moscow)
Book review: Psychology of Religion in Russia in XIX and early XXI centuries : [Joint monograph] / Ed. by K. M. Antonov. М. : PSTGU, 2019. 534, [2] p.
Issue №34, pp. 256–260
Dmitry Kalugin, Ph.D. in Philology, Professor, Senior Research Fellow, HSE Campus in Saint Petersburg (Saint Petersburg)
Yulia Balakshina, Doctor of Philology, Academic Secretary, St Philaret’s Institute; Associate Professor, Herzen State Pedagogical University (Moscow; Saint Petersburg)
Book Review: Manchester L., Sdvizhkova D. (eds.) (2019). Faith and Selfhood in a Changing Society: Autobiography and Orthodoxy in Russia in the late 17th and early 20th centuries: [collection of articles]. Moscow : New literary review. 408 p.
Issue №36, pp. 271–275
Sergey Firsov, Doctor of History Professor, UNESCO Chair, A. I. Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University (St Petersburg)
Betrothal to Christ: Orthodox Brotherhoods in Russia. Book review: Orthodox Brotherhoods in the History of Russia: On the 100th Anniversary of Patriarch Tikhon’s Calling to Forge Spiritual Bonds in Community: a collection of research papers : In 2 v. Moscow: Transfiguration Centre for Culture and Education, 2018.
Issue №32, pp. 214–219
Dmitry Gasak, First Vice Rector, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Zoya Dashevskaya, Senior Lecturer, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Book review: The Systemic Problems of Orthodoxy: Analysis, Relaxion, 
Search for Solutions. Materials of the first seminar. Мoscow : “Sobornost” Project, 2020. 104 p.
Issue №37, pp. 190–199
DOI: 10.25803/SFI.2021.37.1.012
Ludmila Komissarova, Independent Scholar (Moscow)
“Old Russian Sects” of the 18th — 20th Centuries: New Data and New Approaches. Review of the thematic issue of the journal “State, Religion and Church in Russia and Worldwide”. 2020. N. 3 (38)
Issue №39, pp. 268–275
DOI: 10.25803/26587599_2021_39_268
Alexander Kopirovsky, Ph.D. in Education, Professor, SFI (Moscow)
Book review: Matveeva Yu. G. Decorative fabrics in Ravenna mosaics. Semantics and cultural and semantic context. Kiev; Kharkiv: Spirit and Litera, 2016 
Issue №27, pp. 174–178
Aleksandr Lavrov, Doctor of History Professor, Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris)
Book review: Vorobyova N. V. Patriarch Nikon: Power, Faith, Image. Moscow, St Petersburg : Centre for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2019. 343 p.
Issue №32, pp. 201–208
Natalya Likvinceva, Ph.D. in Philosophy, Senior Researcher, Alexander Solzhenitsyn House for the Russian Diaspora (Moscow)
Book Review: Ermishin O. T. Philosophy of the Russian Abroad of the XX Century. Мoscow; St Petersburg : Summer garden (“Letniy Sad”), 2019. 303, [1] p.
Issue №33, pp. 226–229
Irina Mochalova, Ph.D. in Philosophy, Associate Professor, Department of the History of Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Saint Petersburg State University (Saint Petersburg)
To Translate Means to Understand (on the Release of the New Russian Translation of Plato’s dialogue “Sophist”)
Issue №33, pp. 217–222
Book Review: Plato. The Statesman / Translation, analysis, comments, annexes by I. A. Protopopova. St Petersburg : Plato philosophical Society, 2019. 261 p.
Larisa Musina,  
Olga Yaroshevskaya
Annotation of the book: Behr J. John the Theologian and his Paschal Gospel: A Prologue to Theology (Beer J. John the Theologian and his Easter Gospel: A Prologue to Theology)
Issue №27, pp. 171–173
Elena Nepoklonova, Ph.D. in Philology, Associate Professor, Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping (St Petersburg)
Book Review: Annenkova E. I. Konstantin Aksakov. The Joyfulness of the Spirit. St Petersburg : Rostok, 2018. 320 p.
Issue №31, pp. 243–253
Konstantin Obozny, Ph.D. in History, Head of the Department of Church History, SFI (Moscow; Pskov)
Book review: O. V. Borisova. Persecuted, but not Abandoned: The Diocese of Tashkent and Central Asia, 1943–1961. Moscow : SFI, 2019. 446 p.: ill.
Issue №29, pp. 156–159
Konstantin Obozny, Ph.D. in History, Head of the Department of Church History, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)

Book Review: The Way from the Shepherd to the Pastor: Protopr. Vitaly Borovoi: In memoriam.

Issue №26, pp. 200–205
Konstantin Obozny, PhD in History, Head of the Department of Church History, SFI (Moscow)

Petrov I.V. The Orthodox Baltic States of 1939-1953: The period of wars, repressions and international contradictions

Issue №22, pp. 108–110
Olga Orlova, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Theology, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Book review: Dikhanova-Vnukovskaya L. А. “Instead of Miracles or the Gift of Prophecy”: Jesuit Missionary Strategy in Asia in the Sixteenth Century. St Petersburg : Aletheia, 2020. 224 p. : ill.
Issue №37, pp. 200–204
DOI: 10.25803/SFI.2021.37.1.013
Tatiana Pantchenko, Ph.D. in Philosophy, independent researcher (Amsterdam)
Theology of theological academies and theology of the laity? Book Review: Antonov K. M. (2020). How religion is possible? Philosophy of religion and philosophical problems of theology in Russian religious thought of the 19th – 20th centuries: In 2 v. Moscow : PSTGU Publ. V 1. 605, [1] p .; V. 2. 366, [2] p.
Issue №36, pp. 249–270
Irina Protopopova, Ph.D. in Cultural Studies, Associate Professor, Head of the Platonov Research Center, Russian State Humanitarian University; Editor in Chief, Journal “Platonic Investigations” (Moscow)
Book Review: Plato. The Statesman / Translation, analysis, comments by R. V. Svetlov. St Petersburg : Plato philosophical Society, 2019. 212 p.
Issue №33, pp. 223–225
Rodion Savinov, Ph.D. in Philosophy, Senior lecturer, Saint Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine (St Petersburg)
Book review: Vdovina G. V. Intentionality and Life : Philosophical Psychology of Post-Medieval Scholasticism. Moscow, St Petersburg : Centre for Humanitarian Initiatives, 2019. 588 [4] p. (Humanitas)
Issue №32, pp. 209–213
Mikhail Smirnov, Doctor of Sociology, Professor, Pushkin Leningrad State University
Christian churches on the “parabola of politicization”. Book review: Lunkin R. N. Churches in Politics and Politics in churches. How modern Christianity is changing European society: Monograph. Мoscow : IE RAS: Nestor-History, 2020. 504 p.
Issue №38, pp. 281–286
DOI: 10.25803/26587599_2021_38_281
Olga Yaroshevskaya, Ph. D. in Medicine, Associate Professor, Hospital Pediatrics Department, Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU) (Moscow)
Abstract: Hengel M., Schwemer A.-M. Jesus and Judaism. Moscow: St Andrew’s Biblical Theological Institute, 2016. 724 p. (contemporary biblical studies)
Issue №30, pp. 247–250
Gleb Yastrebov, Senior lecturer, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Book review: Kloppenborg J. S. Christ’s Associations: Connecting and 
Belonging in the Ancient City. New Haven; London : Yale University Press, 2019. 536 p.
Issue №37, pp. 186–189
DOI: 10.25803/SFI.2021.37.1.011
Gleb Yastrebov, Senior Lecturer, St Philaret’s Institute (Moscow)
Book review: Tiwald M. The Sayings Source: A Commentary on Q. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer Verlag, 2020. 238 p.
Issue №39, pp. 261–267
DOI: 10.25803/26587599_2021_39_261
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