«Tatar documents in Polish Archives».
An mutual event by Institute of History „Shihabetdin Marjany“, Academy of Sciences, Republic Tatarstan; by Academy of Sciences Poland; University Warsaw and Institute for Caucasica-, Tatarica- and Turkestan Studies Germany (ICATAT) Warsaw, 31 march – 1 april 2016
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The international research project „Yazma Miras / Textual Heritage“ conducted by the Institute for History, Academy of Sciences, Republic of Tatarstan, is inviting all interested colleagues and journalists in order to discuss prospects, progress and aims of the „Yazma Miras“-project. That are investigations, categorisation, translation, analysis and publication of unpublished documents concerning Tatars in Archives of Russian Federation, Germany, Japan and from 2016 onwards also Poland, in order to publish such sources as examples and impulsions for following generations of scholars and common research projects in our countries.
31 March 12.00-13.30 Documents exhibition (Archiwum Główne Akt Dawnych, Dluga Street no. 7)
31 March 17.00-19.00 Round table Symposium (Institute of History of the University of Warsaw (Main Campus, Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28)
Participants/ Guests:
  • Prof. Dr. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk (Institute of History of the University of Warsaw, Director)
  • Dr. Marat Gibatdinov (Marjani Institute for History, Centre of History and Theory of the National Education) – “«Yazma Miras/ Written Heritage» – A new research and publishing project of Marjani Institute for History: first results and prospects”
  • Dr. Mieste Hotopp-Riecke (ICATAT, Director), Dr. Stephan Theilig (Brandenburg-Prussia Museum Wustrau, Director) – „New records of old heritage – Documents of regional and private archives regarding Muslim Tatars in Polish-German context: chances, potentials, expectations“
  • Dr. Andrzej Gliwa (Institute of History of the University of Warsaw), Hybrid shape of „Maniere de Faire la Guerre des Tartares“ in the Crimean and Budjak Hordes Art of War in early modern period.
  • Dr. Artur Konopacki, (University of Białystok, Faculty of educational science und Psychology, Institute of history of education) “Tatar documents in sets of the archive and the museum in Białystok”
  • Prof. Dr. Andrzej Zakrzewski, (University of Warsaw, Associate Professor, Fakulty of Law and Administraion, head of the department of history of polish state and law
  • Prof. Dr. Adas Jakubauskas, historian, author; Mykolas Romeris University Vilnius; advisory board at the Association of Tatar Communities of Lithuania
  • Rev. Ramil Bilal (Imam-khatib of theMuslim community of Finland, PhD Candidate of Helsinki University)
  • Dr. Andrzej Drozd, historian / turkologist; Assistant Professor at Asia Studies at Adam Mickiewicz University PoznanFor further informations please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Marat Gibatdinov / Марат Гибатдинов under  marmingi@mail.ru          PressInformation for download here

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