Privilege, Property and Prayer: The Role of the Moskovskii Novodevichii Convent in Muscovite and Early Imperial Russia



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MA & Licentiate Theses and Professional Papers



  1. Abraham, Lorraine Netrick. "Privilege, Property and Prayer: The Role of the Moskovskii Novodevichii Convent in Muscovite and Early Imperial Russia." The Ohio State University, 1996. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




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  1. Jakovljević, Fr. Živoijin. "Linguistic Problems of Hilandar Manuscript 314: A Thirteenth-Century Serbian Služebnik." The Ohio State University, 2000. Columbus, Ohio, USA. Professional paper.




  1. Jeon, Dongsoo. "Selected Topics in the Linguistic Analysis of Martirij Zeleneckij's Autobiography." The Ohio State University, 1996. Columbus, Ohio, USA.

  2. Kalčević, Branislav. "Elisabets Bible: Några aspecter på kyrkoslaviscans historiska och språkliga utveckling -- Till Gennadij Biblens 500-års jubileum." Stockholms Universitet, 1999. Stockholm, Sweden.

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  1. Markley, Patricia Lynn. "Hilandar Monastery Codex 323: A Descriptive Analysis." University of Virginia, 1975. Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.




  1. Milich, Petar. "Beyond Mimesis: A Study in Byzantine-Serbian Acculturation in the Light of Two Hilandar Chrysoboulls." The Ohio State University, 1987. Columbus, Ohio, USA.


  1. Otto, Jeffrey Scott. "A Philological Survey of Late 15th Century Wallachian Educts in the Hilandar Monastery Library." The Ohio State University, 1994. Columbus, Ohio, USA.


  2. Pantcheva, Ekaterina. "The Construction of Space in Some South Slavic Vitae Written in the Style of the 'Embroidery of Words.'" Central European University, 2001. Budapest, Hungary.




  1. Pennington, James Joshua. "If the U Fits: ‘Yusage’ in the Miroslav Gospel." The Ohio State University, 2006, Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Rentel, Rev. Alexander. "An Introductory Study of the Liturgical Diataxis of Dimitrios Gemistos." Pontificio Istituto Orientale, 1999. Rome, Italy. Licentiate thesis




  1. Wilson, John R. "The Geographical Imagination in Early Modern Russia." The Ohio State University, 2000. Columbus, Ohio, USA.



Doctoral Dissertations



  1. Aleksandrov, Victor. "The Slavic Destiny of the Syntagma of Matthew Blastares: Dissemination and Use of the Code from the Fourteenth to the Seventeenth Century." Central European University, 2004. Budapest, Hungary.




  1. Arranz del Riego, Isabel. "Estudio y Edición Interlineal del Relato Sobre la Toma de Constantinopla a Partir de los Manuscritos HM. 281, HM. 280 y HM. 282." University Complutense of Madrid 2013. Madrid-Granada, Spain.




  1. Atanasova, Diana. "Prostrannite mŭchenicheski zhitiia v slavianskite kalendarni sbornitsi ot IX-X v. (po materiali ot NBKM 1039)." Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2007. Sofia, Bulgaria.



  1. Beltkiewicz, Wojciech K. "As it was in the Beginning: The Writing of Imagined Histories of Continuity and the Reshaping of Ruthenian Eastern Christian Communities, 1544-1772." University of Michigan, 2012. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.





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  1. Casas Olea, Matilde. "Edición, tradución y comentario del Codex Slavicus Granatensis." 2 vols. CD. Universidad de Granada, 2003. Granada, Spain.




  1. Caudano, Anne-Laurence. "Let There Be Lights in the Firmament of Heaven': Cosmological Depictions in Early Rus (Tenth to Thirteenth Century)." University of Cambridge, 2004. Cambridge, England.




  1. DeSimone, Peter. "An Old Believer 'Holy Moscow' in Imperial Russia: Community and Identity in the History of the Rogozhskoe Cemetery Old Believers, 1771-1917." The Ohio State University, 2012. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Dykstra,Tom E. "'Josephism' Reconsidered: The Monks of the Iosifo-Volokolamsk Monastery, 1479-1607." University of Washington, 2004. Seattle, Washington, USA.




  1. Forbes, Sophie. "The Syntactic Expression of Time in Old Church Slavonic: A Comparison with New Testament Greek." 2 vols. The Ohio State University, 1995. Columbus, Ohio, USA.



  1. García de la Puente, Inés. "Perspectivas indoeuropeas en la "Crónica de Néstor": Análisis comparado de su contenido con el de otras tradiciones indoeuropeas. Incluye traducción al español." Universidad Complutense, 2005, Madrid, Spain.





  1. Gonzales Almarcha, Patricia. "The Reception of the Proverbs Attributed to Menander in the Slavic Medieval Milieu." Universidad Complutense, 2010. Madrid, Spain.




  1. Ivanova, Tanya. "Semantic and Pragmatic Factors in Medieval Translation Praxis." The Ohio State University, 2005. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Izmirlieva, Valentina. "The Christian Art of Listing: Listing God in Slavia Orthdoxa." 2 vols. University of Chicago, 1999. Chicago, Illinois, USA.




  1. Jakovljević, Fr. Živoijin. "Editing in a Sixteenth-Century Serbian Manuscript (HM.SMS.280): A Lexical Analysis with Comparison to the Russian Original." The Ohio State University, 2011. Columbus. Ohio, USA.




  1. Jeon, Dongsoo. "The Use of Dual forms: Scribal Practices in a Morpho-syntactic Actualization (Patterns in Selected Old Russian Gospel Manuscripts (14th through 17th Centuries)." The Ohio State University, 2002. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Kuiumdzhieva, Svetlana. "Vŭzzvatelnite stikhove v balkanskata pravoslavna muzika (po rŭkopisi ot XIV- nachaloto na XIX v.)." Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1995. Sofia, Bulgaria.




  1. Kyrychenko, Alexander. "The Acts of the Apostles in the Old Slavic Version." Abilene Christian College, 2003. Abilene, Texas, USA.



  1. Lebo, Maxine Evelyn Lowe. "The Hilandar Serbian Povest' o Varlaame i Ioasafe." 2 vols. University of Washington, 1979. Seattle, Washington, USA.





  1. [Matejic, Predrag]. Mateich, Predrag. "Bŭlgarskiiat khimnopisets Efrem of XIV-iia vek: delo i znachenie." Sofia University "Kliment Okhridski," 1978. Sofia, Bulgaria.




  1. Matejic, Predrag. "Manuscript Attribution through Paper Analysis: Hilandar Monastery in the Fourteenth Century (A Case Study)." The Ohio State University, 1987. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. McDaniel, Gordon Lawrence. "The Lives of the Serbian Kings and Archbishops by Danilo II: Textual History and Criticism." University of Washington, 1980. Seattle, Washington, USA.




  1. McLellan, Francis Ronald. "The Hilandar Gospel and Its Place in the Textual History of the Church Slavonic Tetraevangelion." Brown University, Rhode Island, 1996. Providence, New York, USA.




  1. Nikolov, Angel Nikolov. "Bŭlgarskite politicheski idei (864-971) g.)." Sofia University "Sv. Kliment Okhridski," 2002, Sofia, Bulgaria.




  1. Parpulov, Georgi R. "Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters." University of Chicago, 2004. Chicago, Illinois, USA.




  1. Paul, Michael C. "’A Man Chosen by God’: The Archbishops of Novgorod, Russia (1165-1478)." University of Miami at Coral Gables, Florida 2003. Coral Gables, Florida, USA.



  1. Pileva, Stefka. "An Important Witness to Old Slavonic Monastic Miscellanies: Krka 4 (1346)." Central European University, 2003. Budapest, Hungary.





  1. Rentel, Rev. Alexander. "The 14th Century Patriarchal Liturgical Diataxis of Dimitrios Gemistos. Edition and Commentary." Pontifico Istituto Orientale, 2004. Rome, Italy.




  1. Reeves-Ellington, Barbara. "'That Our Daughters May Be As Corner Stones': American Missionaries, Bulgarian Nationalists, and the Politics of Gender, 1832-1872." State University of New York at Binghamton, 2002. Binghamton, New York, USA.




  1. Rodríguez Polo, Mario. "A Diachronical Analysis of ‘Iurodstvo’ (‘Fools for Christ’) as a Sociocultural Phenomenon in Russia." University Complutense of Madrid 2013. Madrid, Spain.




  1. Rogers, Douglas J. "An Ethics of Transformation: Work, Prayer, and Moral Practice in the Russian Urals, 1861-2001." University of Michigan, 2004. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.




  1. Rock, Stella. "Russian 'Double Belief': Text, Context, Concept." University of Sussex, 2000. Brighton, UK.




  1. Romaniello, Matthew Paul. "Absolutism and Empire: Governance on Russia's Early-Modern Frontier." The Ohio State University, 2003. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Santos Marinas Enrique. "Mechanisms of Borrowings: Adaptation and Nominal Calque Formation in the Translation of the Gospels in Old Church Slavonic." Complutense University of Madrid, 2004. Madrid, Spain.


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  1. Spock, Jennifer B. "The Solovki Monastery 1460-1645: Piety and Patronage in the Early Modern Russian North." Yale University, 1999. New Haven, Connecticut, USA.




  1. Tadich, Matthew A. "The Orthography of 'Mstislavovo Evangelie.'" The Ohio State University, 1996. Columbus, Ohio, USA.




  1. Todorov, Boris Atanasov. "The Bulgarians between the Two Romes: the Discourse of Power in Medieval Bulgaria." UCLA, 2007. Los Angeles, California, USA.

  2. White, Monica M. "Military Saints in Byzantium and Rus, 900-1200." University of Cambridge, 2004. Cambridge, England.




  1. Yoo, Syeng-Mann. "A Corpus-Linguistic Analysis of Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Rjazanian Legal Documents." The Ohio State University, 2001. Columbus, Ohio, USA.



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  4. Ambrosiani, Per. “The Novgorod Occupation Archives in Stockholm: A Unique Historical and Linguistic Source.” In Monastic Traditions: Selected Proceedings of the Fourth International Hilandar Conference (The Ohio State University, 14-15 August 1998), edited by Charles E. Gribble and Predrag Matejic, 1-10. Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica Publishers, 2003.

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  9. Angusheva-Tikhanova, Adelina, and Margaret Dimitrova. “Medieval Slavonic Childbirth Prayers: Sources, Context and Functionality.” S
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  10. Angusheva-Tikhanova, Adelina. “Ancient Medical Knowledge of the Woman's Body in the Medieval Slavic Context: The Case of the Prague Manuscript IXF 10.” Wiener Slavische Jahrbuch 51 (2005): 7-20.

  11. Angusheva-Tikhanova, Adelina. ”Predi Cookipedia i sled tova: gotvarski retsepti ot rŭkopis 680 ot bibliotekata na Hilendarskiia manastir.” Bŭlgarski folklor 1 (2010): 141-150.

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  13. Angusheva-Tikhanova, Adelina, Margaret Dimitrova, and M. A. Johnson. “Atonskata redaktsiia na bibleĭskite perikopi i slovoto na Kiril Aleksandriĭski za Prorok Daniil v tvorbata na Tsamblak za trimata otrotsi v peshtta i Daniil.” (“The Athonite Redaction of the Old Testament Lections and the Homily on the Prophet Daniel by Cyril of Alexandria in Gregory Camblak's ‘Homily on the Three Youths in the Furnace and Daniel’.”) In Penie Malo Georgiiu: Sbornik v chest na 65-godishninata na prof. dfn Georgi Popov, edited by Mariia Ĭovčeva et al., 308-335. Sofia: "Boian Penev," 2010.
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  18. Atanasova, Diana. “Mŭchenieto na Sv. Areta i khristiianskite mu sŭmishlenitsi v slavianskite staroizvodni cheti-minei.” In “...Niest' ouchenik" nad" ouchitelem’ svoim”."Sbornik v chest na Prof. Dfn Ivan Dobrev, chlen-korespondent na BAN i uchitel,” edited by Anna-Mariia Totomanova and Tatiana Slavova, 275-297. Sofia: "Sv. Kliment Okhridski," 2005.
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  20. Atanasova-Pentcheva, Diana [Diana Atanasova]."Cheti-mineite i praktikite na chetene prez slavianskoto srednovekovie." In Love of Learning and Devotion to God in Orthodox Monasteries I: Selected Proceedings, edited by Miroljub Joković, Predrag Matejic et al., 119-124. 5th International Hilandar Conference (2002: Raška, Serbia). Beograd ; Columbus, Ohio: Raška škola, 2006.

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