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Author: Mamma Margaret
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For these editions, they used the Cyrillic alphabet in its Old Church Slavonic alphabet and style of letters. From about 1912 to 1913, the Russian government planned a wide program for the education of native peoples of the outlying ...
Author: Mark Nuttall
With detailed essays on the Arctic's environment, wildlife, climate, history, exploration, resources, economics, politics, indigenous cultures and languages, conservation initiatives and more, this Encyclopedia is the only major work and comprehensive reference on this vast, complex, changing, and increasingly important part of the globe. Including 305 maps. This Encyclopedia is not only an interdisciplinary work of reference for all those involved in teaching or researching Arctic issues, but a fascinating and comprehensive resource for residents of the Arctic, and all those concerned with global environmental issues, sustainability, science, and human interactions with the environment.
Bukvar (or букварь in Russian) means a collection of Russian letters. It is also known as azbuka (азбука in Russian). NOTES 1. In the former Soviet Union, the notion of a titular nation was advanced to create the Soviet republican and ...
Author: Elinor L. Brown
International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice is an international research monograph series that contributes to the body of inclusive educational policies and practices focused on: empowering society’s most vulnerable groups; raising the ethical consciousness of those in positions of authority; and encouraging all to take up the mantle of global equity in educational opportunity, economic freedom and human dignity. Each themed volume in this series draws on the research and innovative practices of investigators, academics, educators, politicians, administrators, and community organizers around the globe. This volume consists of three sections; each centered on an aspect of gender equity in the context of education. The chapters are drawn from a wide range of countries including: Australia, China, Gambia, India, Italy, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Slovenia, Swaziland, Grenada, Jamaica, Trinidad, Tobago, The United States, and Turkey addressing issues of gender equity, citizenship education, egalitarianism in sexual orientation, and strategies to combat human trafficking. The 15 chapters document both the progress and challenges facing those who strive for gender equity in access to education, the portrayal of women in curricula, and the acceptance of diverse sexual orientations within differing country contexts and provide an overview of promising policies, practices and replicable successful programs.
She laced her corset very tightly pronounced a Russian N as slightly as an N in French, and through the nose. (Pushkin, Eugene Onegin, 21) With the letter H/N potentially pronounced as a letter ...
Author: Erika Mary Boeckeler
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Alphabetic letters are ubiquitous, multivalent, and largely ignored. Playful Letters reveals their important cultural contributions through Alphabetics—a new interpretive model for understanding artistic production that attends to the signifying interplay of the graphemic, phonemic, lexical, and material capacities of letters. A key period for examining this interplay is the century and a half after the invention of printing, with its unique media ecology of print, manuscript, sound, and image. Drawing on Shakespeare, anthropomorphic typography, figured letters, and Cyrillic pedagogy and politics, this book explores the ways in which alphabetic thinking and writing inform literature and the visual arts, and it develops reading strategies for the “letterature” that underwrites such cultural production. Playful Letters begins with early modern engagements with the alphabet and the human body—an intersection where letterature emerges with startling force. The linking of letters and typography with bodies produced a new kind of literacy. In turn, educational habits that shaped letter learning and writing permeated the interrelated practices of typography, orthography, and poetry. These mutually informing processes render visible the persistent crumbling of words into letters and their reconstitution into narrative, poetry, and image. In addition to providing a rich history of literary and artistic alphabetic interrogation in early modern Western Europe and Russia, Playful Letters contributes to the continuous story of how people use new technologies and media to reflect on older forms, including the alphabet itself.
Letters were pronounced in the old style: az, buki, vedi, and so on. From syllables the children progressed to the Book ... Students usually began with an abecedarium (azbuka) or primer (bukvar'). The former consisted of the alphabet, ...
Author: Brian P. Bennett
Church Slavonic, one of the world’s historic sacred languages, has experienced a revival in post-Soviet Russia. Blending religious studies and sociolinguistics, this book looks at Church Slavonic in the contemporary period. It uses Slavonic in order to analyse a number of wider topics, including the renewal and factionalism of the Orthodox Church; the transformation of the Russian language; and the debates about protecting the nation from Western cults and culture.
An essential feature of the Bukvar in contrast to the earlier Azbuka , or typical ABC books and primers in the ... The letters are not introduced in standard alphabetical order which in Russian is A , B , V , G , D , etc. , but in an ...
... who worked as a clerk in Russia's Foreign Office in1672).20 He spoke Dutchand Russian fluentlyasan adult, ... then widely diffused printed primersand glossaries (bukvar',azbuka, azbukovnik,and azbukoviproposi); after this basic ABC, ...
Author: K. Boterbloem
This book investigates Russia's transformation into a European Power by way of the activities of the tsarist translator and official Andrei Vinius, who became an important advisor to Peter the Great. Vinius emerges as an influential conduit of Western culture and technology, who played a key role in transforming Muscovy into Russia.
Author: Caroline Archer-ParréPublish On: 2020-09-30
In this period, civil Cyrillic dominated school teaching: it had a smaller number of characters than ... Bukvar jazika slavenska (Moscow, 1667) and Azbuka rukopisnaja [The Handwriting Alphabet] (Moscow, 1698); Karion Istomin's Načalnoe ...
Author: Caroline Archer-Parré
Publisher: Oxford University Press
During the eighteenth century there was a growing interest in recording, listing and documenting the world, whether for personal interest and private consumption, or general record and the greater good. Such documentation was done through both the written and printed word. Each genre had its own material conventions and spawned industries which supported these practices. This volume considers writing and printing in parallel: it highlights the intersections between the two methods of communication; discusses the medium and materiality of the message; considers how writing and printing were deployed in the construction of personal and cultural identities; and explores the different dimensions surrounding the production, distribution and consumption of private and public letters, words and texts during the eighteenth-century. In combination the chapters in this volume consider how the processes of both writing and printing contributed to the creation of cultural identity and taste, assisted in the spread of knowledge and furthered personal, political, economic, social and cultural change in Britain and the wider-world. This volume provides an original narrative on the nature of communication and brings a fresh perspective on printing history, print culture and the literate society of the Enlightenment.
CHAPTER ONE THE BEGINNINGS (1574–1770) The first Russian books to address children were primers. The earliest example, the Alphabet (Azbuka), published in Lvov in 1574, was composed by Ivan Fyodorov (c. 1510–83), who has commonly been ...
Author: Hellman Ben
Category: Literary Criticism
Russian children's literature has a history that goes back over 400 years. This book offers a comprehensive study of its development, setting Russian authors and their books in the context of translated literature, critical debates and official cultural policy.
A reform of the alphabet that was meant to facilitate secular learning instead achieved largely the opposite . ... Catherine's civil azbuka , and the 100,000 copies of Jankovic's civil Rossiiskii bukvar ' were indeed very important .
Author: Robert P. Hughes
Publisher: Univ of California Press
The acceptance of Christianity in the tenth century is the most significant cultural event in the history of modern Russia, Ukraine, and Byelorussia. Now Slavic specialists, theologians, historians, and literary scholars can turn to a collection that examines the majestic sweep of a thousand years of Slavic Christianity. This three-volume collection brings together essays from two international conferences. The present volume explores cultural history from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. Volume I (published in 1993) examines the history and influences of Christianization from the tenth to the seventeenth century, and Volume III will focus on the literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Bukvar'sostavlen Karionym Istominym gravirovan Leontiem Buninym otpechatan v 1694 godu v Moskve. ... St. Petersburg: Azbuka. Khlebnikov, Velimir. 1989. Letters. In Collected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Vol. 1, Paul Schmidt (transl.) ...
Author: Sara Pankenier Weld
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Category: Literary Criticism
An Ecology of the Russian Avant-Garde Picturebook takes a new approach to interpreting 1920s and 1930s picturebooks by prominent Russian writers, artists, and intellectuals by examining them within the ecological environment that, first, made them possible and, then, led to their demise. It argues that naturalistic models of the complex interactions of dynamic systems offer effective tools for understanding the fraught interrelations of art and censorship in the early Soviet period. Through illustrative case studies, it mounts a close analysis of word and image and their synergistic interplay in avant-garde picturebooks, while also recontextualizing them within the ecology of their original environment where extraordinary countervailing forces played out a drama of which these books survive as telling artifacts. Ultimately, it argues that the Russian avant-garde picturebook offers a uniquely illustrative example of literary ecology that sheds light on issues of creativity and censorship, politics and art, more broadly as well.
Slightly more advanced than the Stages of Youth was the Russian Bukvar published by Ivan Fedorov in Lvov in 1574. It came in two parts. The first was an ABC (Azbuka) to give command of the alphabet and some of the basics of grammar and ...
Author: R.A. Houston
The new edition of this important, wide-ranging and extremely useful textbook has been extensively re-written and expanded. Rab Houston explores the importance of education, literacy and popular culture in Europe during the period of transition from mass illiteracy to mass literacy. He draws his examples for all over the continent; and concentrates on the experience of ordinary men and women, rather than just privileged and exceptional elites.
Language instruction always began with mastering the Azbuka ( Alphabet Book ) . ... and write in seventeenth - century Russia - peasant and royal child alike — the steps of learning , after the Azbuka ... 18 Azbuka or Bukvar ' , printed ...
Russian Culture in Modern Times Robert P. Hughes, Irina Paperno ... The new public primary schools, Catherine's civil azbuka, and the 100,000 copies of Jankovic's civil Rossiiskii bukvar' were indeed very important.
Author: Robert P. Hughes
Publisher: University of California Press
This publication in three volumes originated in papers delivered at two conferences held in May 1988 at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies in Washington, DC. Like many other conferences organized that year in the United States, Europe, and the Soviet Union, they were convened to commemorate the millennium of the acceptance of Christianity in Rus'. This collection of essays throws light on the enormous, truly unique role that the Christian tradition has played throughout the centuries in shaping the nations that spring from Kievan Rus'—the Russians, Ukrainians, and Belorussians. Although these volumes devote greater attention to Russian culture, the investigation of the issue in the history of Christianity in Ukrainian and Belorussian cultures occupies an important and integral part of the project. Volume ISlavic Cultures in the Middle AgesEdited by Boris Gasparov and Olga Raevsky-Hughes Volume IIRussian Culture in Modern TimesEdited by Robert P. Hughes and Irina Paperno Volume IIIRussian Literature in Modern TimesEdited by Boris Gasparov, Robert P. Hughes, Irina Paperno, and Olga Raevsky-Hughes This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1994.
writing') from Russian paleographic works because our albums are more concerned with printing types or their blueprints in ... (The best tables on skoropis' and on Novgorodian birch bark letters are probably those to be found in L. V. ...
The reform provides for the gradual transfer of six - year - old children to mass - based formal instruction over a ... Primer [ Bukvar ) and ABC Book ( Azbuka ) , Reader ( Kniga dlia chteniia ) , Russian language [ Russkii iazyk ) ...
Among the examples of Cyrillic - alphabet volumes from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries are : a ... ranging from facsimile editions of Ivan Fedorov's Azbuka ( L'vov , 1574 ) and Korion Istomin's Bukvar ' to the early standard ...
Slightly more advanced was Russian Bukvar published by Ivan Fedorov in Lvov in 1574. It came in two parts . The first was an ABC ( Azbuka ) to give command of the alphabet and some of the basics of grammar and orthography , including ...
Author: Robert Allan Houston
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman Limited
Drawing material from all European languages and concentrating on the experiences of ordinary people, this book provides a social and historical analysis of how a largely illiterate population in Europe in the 16th century became by 1800 one of mass literacy.