Publications: 2

Russia Question

American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation Imagination
The Russia Question Hosts Amanda Brickell Bellows

The Russia Question is a book talk series devoted to all things Russia, hosted by Russian program director at Fordham University (LC) Prof. Michael Ossorgin, with generous support from the Orthodox Christian Studies Center. This episode features a conversation with Amanda Brickell Bellows on her recent book American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation…

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Women Scholars of Orthodox Christianity

Stories between Christianity and Islam
A Conversation with Reyhan Durmaz

The Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University is delighted to present the next episode of its “Women Scholars of Orthodox Christianity” webinar series highlighting the scholarly insights and academic careers of female scholars whose research and writing explore some facet of the history, thought, or culture of Orthodox Christianity. This episode features a conversation…

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Women Scholars of Orthodox Christianity

Everyday Religiosity and the Politics of Belonging in Ukraine
A Conversation with Catherine Wanner

This episode of “Women Scholars of Orthodox Christianity” features a conversation with Catherine Wanner. Highly visible, vernacular religious practices make the presence of religious institutions in the public sphere in Ukraine possible and influential, even among non-believers, critics, and skeptics. The ongoing presence of clergy, religious symbolism, and religious sentiment in public space in Ukraine and other…

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Orthodox Scholars Preach

Easter/Pascha. Sermon by Bishop Maxim (Vasiljevic)

Christ is Risen! The Easter sermon is given by His Grace Bishop Maxim of the Diocese of Western America of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Bishop Maxim (Vasiljevic) was elected Bishop of Los Angeles and the Western American Diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church in 2006. He graduated from the Faculty of Orthodox Theology, University of…

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