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Talk by Saint Tikhon’s University Teacher Nadezhda Kaluzhina at Launch of Church Slavonic Internet Portal

On January 28, 2019, as a part of the 17th annual Educational Readings for the Feast of the Nativity at the Vinogradov Institute of Russian Language Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, an Internet portal on “Church Slavonic Today” was launched. It will serve the purpose of mediating between scholars studying the liturgical language of the Russian Church and a broad non-specialist public. At present, there is a huge number of texts on-line on Church Slavonic, ranging from academic monographs to popular musings. The non-specialist reader will find it very difficult to wade through this sea of information, and to distinguish between high-quality materials and pseudoscientific speculation. The creators of the Web portal on Church Slavonic are thus offering up a system that will help readers with varying degrees of education to navigate this body of information.

On the site, one can find an electronic version of the “Unabridged Dictionary of Modern Church Slavonic”, along with various search engines, recordings of lectures on the history of Church Slavonic literature and the poetry of liturgical texts, and an interactive guide to the Internet resources linked to the Church Slavonic language.

The event was attended by Nadezhda Viktorovna Kaluzhina, a researcher at the Faculty of Philology of Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University of the Humanities (STOUH); Alexander Igorevitch Grinschenko, Lecturer at the Faculty of Philology of Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University of the Humanities; Maria Emilievna Davydenkova, a member of the editorial committee of the “Unabridged Dictionary of Modern Church Slavonic”; and other teachers and students from STOUH.

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