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Christianizing Crimea

Mara Kozelsky

Christianizing Crimea

shaping sacred space in the Russian Empire and beyond

by Mara Kozelsky

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Published by Northern Illinois University Press in DeKalb .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Russkai︠a︡ pravoslavnai︠a︡ t︠s︡erkovʹ -- Ukraine -- Crimea -- History,
  • Crimea (Ukraine) -- Church history

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-263) and index.

    StatementMara Kozelsky.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX494.C75 K69 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 270 p. :
    Number of Pages270
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23962119M
    ISBN 100875804128
    ISBN 109780875804125
    LC Control Number2009032476

      War on Sacred Grounds is an illuminating work that takes religious beliefs seriously while placing them within the context of strategic political action. It provides comparative politics with theoretical insights on a highly salient issue, supported by a rich and nuanced treatment of historical examples."—Natan B. Sachs, Comparative Political Author: Ron E. Hassner. Synonyms for Christianized in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Christianized. 1 synonym for Christianize: Christianise. What are synonyms for Christianized?

      Here she discusses the importance of Crimea for Russia’s religious identity, the focus of her book, “Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Spaces in the Russian Empire and Beyond” (Northern Illinois University Press, ). ***** As analysts debate Russia’s interests in Crimea, they must not underestimate the role of religion. Orthodox. Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond AD), the ruler who in AD christianized the First Bulgarian Empire making Eastern Orthodox Christianity the official religion of Bulgaria.

    The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin and an Account of Its Progress down to the Death of Lord Raglan, 8 vols. (London, ). Kovalevskii, E., Voina s Turtsiei i razryv s zapadnymi derzhavami v – (St Petersburg, ). Kozelsky, M., Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond (De Kalb, Ill., ). Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, xiii + pp. $ ISBN From the visually stunning cover to the ambitious mix of sources from state and church archives, archaeological and historical scholarship, this book is captivating.


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Drawing on archives in Odessa, Simferopol, and St. Petersburg that to date have remained untapped by Western scholars, Kozelsky Christianizing Crimea book both a fascinating case study of past and present religious nationalism in Eastern Europe and an examination.

In addition, the phenomenon of "Christianizing," as indicated in the title, refers to Russia having founded Orthodox institutions and practices in the Crimea that Russian nationalists considered "synonymous with identity" [5].

"To Christianize" otherwise would have meant conversion to the Christian religion, which is not its use in this book.5/5. Christianizing Crimea: shaping sacred space in the Russian Empire and beyond.

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Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. This fine monograph examines the “Christianizing” of the Crimea—from the annexation in the late-eighteenth century to the Crimean War and its aftermath.

After first mapping the myriad ethnic and confessional groups that populated the area, Mara Kozelsky examines how the Russian state and church came to grips with this complex, rapidly. Here she discusses the importance of Crimea for Russia’s religious identity, the focus of her book, “Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Spaces in.

Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church: Vol. 11, Windsor Consultation Papers on Orthodox Ecclesiology, pp. Author: Geoffrey Rowell. from the deportation.

The book is illustrated with a few nineteenth-century prints as well as some contemporary photographs, although the reader would have greatly benefited from a map since there is so much focus on geography.

Christianizing Crimea is a well-written, solidly researched, and convincingly argued monograph. The most authoritative source for the early Christianization of Rus' is an encyclical letter of Patriarch Photius, datable to early Referencing the Siege of Constantinople ofPhotius informs the Oriental patriarchs and bishops that, after the Bulgarians turned to Christ inthe Rus' followed suit.

As was the case with the Bulgarians, the Patriarch found it prudent to send to the. Crimea in War and Transformation is the first book to examine the terrible toll of violence on Crimean civilians and landscapes from mobilization through reconstruction.

When war landed on Crimea's coast in Septembermultiple armies instantly doubled the peninsula's population. Engineering brigades mowed down forests to build barracks.

As a historian, I wanted to better understand the origins of religious nationalism in this part of the world, which led to my first book, Christianizing Crimea (Northern Illinois U Press, ). Focusing on the first half of the nineteenth century, the book shows how the Russian Orthodox Church revived ancient Orthodox legends to recast Crimea.

Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond (review) Article in The Catholic Historical Review 97(2) January with 4 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Gregory Freeze.

Recent Studies on Crimean Tatars. Christianizing Crimea: Church Scholarship, authors whose writings appear at this site do not necessarily reflect the views of the International Committee for Crimea.

Questions relating to individual papers should be sent directly to the respective author. In my study for this article I came across a book Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond by Mara Kozelsky.

What a prescient book for these times!Author: Creede Hinshaw. Kozelsky's research provides needed historical context for understanding the crisis in Ukraine and Russian (re)annexation of Crimea.

Her first book, Christianizing Crimea, shows how Russians came to consider Crimea a holy place in the 19 th century. Since its founding inNorthern Illinois University Press has worked to support and enhance the reputation and research mission of the University and academic community by publishing outstanding works of scholarship for a global audience.

NIU Press publishes scholarly and trade books in the humanities and social sciences for both specialists and general readers. Mara Kozelsky Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and : Northern Illinois University Press.

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Mara Kozelsky is Associate Professor of History at the University of South Alabama and is the author of Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond (Northern Illinois University Press, ).

Additionally, she has published numerous articles, and has co-edited two volumes: with Philip P. Kohl and Nachmen ben Yahuda, Selected Remembrances: Archaeology in the Cited by: 3.