Il problema al centro di questa miscellanea di studi è il rapporto fra centro e periferia, la percezione dello spazio nella letteratura russa, la sua interpretazione nei diversi contesti socioculturali. La comunità scientiﬁca si interroga da tempo su queste problematiche, proposte innanzitutto dalla “scuola di Bergamo”, dall’infaticabile Nina Kautschisvili e sviluppate dai suoi brillanti allievi. Il desiderio di non far cadere l’interesse su questi temi, fra i più interessanti e promettenti per lo sviluppo della letteratura russa contemporanea, ha spinto un nutrito gruppo di studiosi provenienti da Russia, Stati Uniti e Italia ad incontrarsi a Roma, alla Sapienza, nel maggio 2015, per riprendere a discutere sullo status quaestionis. Il volume fa parte della collana Itinerario nel meraviglioso. Studi di cultura russa, inaugurata nel 2012 con una miscellanea di studi dedicata al problema del linguaggio poetico La poesia russa da Puškin a Brodskij. E ora?
For the first time, a review of Korean-language literature published in the Soviet Far East has been presented in Russian and foreign historiography. A diverse and wide range of books has a scientific analysis as historical sources on the development of the Korean language, culture and education of Korean migrants in the territory of the USSR during the formation of the Soviet government and the Korean community (Soviet Koreans). The Russian State Library in the Eastern Department stores more than 550 volumes published in Korean in the USSR. These are books written for children, Korean textbooks for primary and secondary classes, textbooks trans-lated from Russian into general disciplines such as algebra, geometry, physics, chemistry, literature, geography, translations of classics of Russian literature, as well as books on political education.
Offers its readers an article is a concise statement of the hypothesis on the possible conceptual foundations of information law of the digital age, that is the system of control in relationships, which must inevitably arise in the expanding penetration of information and networking technologies in the life of modern society. This vision of information law as the law of cyberspace, the Russian equivalent of English Cyberspace Law, was first presented by us January 27, 2000 at a conference on actual problems of information law at the Moscow State Law Academy. OE Kutafin. If you submit that information and communication networks - is not just a new means of communication, and the new habitat area of human civilization, a new sphere of human activity and the scope of the new law, it is easy to understand that the information law should have a special method of regulation, because regulation of the public relations, first of all, will be carried out in cyberspace.
The volume is organized into three main sections: "Art and Culture", "History" and "Language and Literature". Several authors address various aspects of Spanish-Russian relations: historical, political and cultural contacts at various times, the image of Russia in Spain, influences of Russian writers in Spanish literature, etc. In the field of painting, there are studies focusing on the great Spanish authors: El Greco, Ribera, Murillo, Goya, and Picasso. There are studies which are focused on other arts such as architecture and sculpture work. History issues cover topics and times, as the Christian Church in the time of the Muslim conquest, the Crown of Aragon in the 14th century, the Spanish Monarchy, and the Inquisition. Several studies deal with the works of Spanish literature.