Udvalgte publikationer (religionsvidenskab)

På engelsk:

  • Religious Russia of the Last Decade: a Portrait by a Witness. – Religion zwischen Kirche, Staat und Gesellschaft – Religion between Church, State and Society. Irimie Marga, Gerald G. Sander & Dan Sandu (Hrsg). – Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg, 2007. Pp. 199-211.
  • Interrelations between religion and society in the XXI century (Report for the International Conference “Secularism and Beyond – Comparative Perspectives”, May 29th to June 1st 2007). 
  • Religion and Internet. – Religion on the Borders: New Challenges in the Academic Study of Religion: Programme and Abstracts. Lena Roos (ed.). – Intellecta, Solna, Sweden, 2007. Pp. 290-291.
  • In Search of a Dialogue: Eastern European Spiritual Journey in the Beginning of the 21st Century (on the example of Russia) (Report for the 15th Nordic Conference in Systematic Theology “Spirit and Spirituality”, January 4-7 2007). 
  • Changing World of New Religiousness. – Challenges of Religious Plurality for Eastern and Central Europe.Miklos Tomka, Andrij Yurash (ed.) – Social-Humanitarian Consortium GENEZA, Lviv, 2006. Pp. 181-191.
  • Religion and religiousness on post Soviet territories: the Russian case. – Eastern European Religion. Edit Revay, Miklos Tomka (ed.). – Pazmany Tarsadalomtudomany 5, Budapest – Piliscsaba, 2006. Pp. 251-268.
  • Changing World of New Religiousness / Moderne nabozestvo II (Modern Religion II). Zostavila Silvia Velicova (ed.). – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2006. Pp. 207-222.
  • New Religious Movements in Russia – to Be or Not to Be? On the Matter of Priorities among the Contemporary Russian Population/ Religions Churches and Religiosity. Irena Borowik (ed.). – “NOMOS”, Krakow, 2006. Pp. 158-169.
  • New Religious Movements in Post-Soviet Russia / Europe and New Religious Movements II. Miroslav Lojda (ed.) – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2005. Pp. 126-130.
  • ASANAS and Religious Studies / Michaela Morvčiková (ed.) New Age. – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2005. Pp. 592-600.
  • Gender Approach in Religious Studies: An Attempt of Interdisciplinary Discussion (Abstract) / The Book of Abstracts of the Nordic Women’s and Knowledge History Conference “Gender and Knowledge”. – Turku, Finland, 2005. P. 33.
  • New Religious Movements and Secular World: Social Interrelation Development Dynamics (Abstract) / The Book of Abstracts of XIXth World Congress of the IAHR. – Tokyo, Japan, 2005. Pp. 299-300.
  • Religious Tolerance as the Basic Component of Inter-Religious Dialogue. – Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies. No. 9 / Winter 2004. Pp. 19-26.
  • Religion and Religiousness on Post-Soviet Territories: The Russian case (Abstract) / The Program of the 2004 Conference of ISORECEA “15 Years After”. – Budapest–Piliscsaba, 2004. Pp. 61-62.
  • Changing World of New Religiosity (Abstract) / Handbook of the 5th Conference of the ISORECEA “Challenges of Religious Plurality for Eastern and Central Europe”. Lviv Ukraine, 2003. P. 70.
  • Traditional and nontraditional: paradoxes of coexistence. – CESNUR (2003)

På slovakisk:

  • Meniaci sa svet novej naboznosti / Moderne nabozestvo II (Modern Religion II). Zostavila Silvia Velicova (ed.). – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2006. Pp. 88-102.
  • Nové náboženské hnutia v postsovietskom Rusku / Európa a nové náboženské hnutia II. Miroslav Lojda (ed.) – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2005. Pp. 52-56.
  • ASANAS a Výskum Religiozity / Michaela Morvčiková (ed.) New Age. – Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2005. Pp. 601-609.
  • Náboženské Rusko po epoche ateizmu: Portrét očitého svedka. – Štát a cirkev v postsocialistickej Európe II. Ústav pre vzťahy štátu a cirkví, Bratislava, 2004. Pp. 194-207.

På russisk:

  • Encyclopedia of Religion / Editors: Zabiyako A.P., Krasnikov A.N., Elbakyan E.S. - Мoscow, Academichesky Project; Gaudeamus, 2008. - 1520 pp.(Summa) (95 articles: pp. 8, 12, 26 (2), 73, 105-106, 110, 126, 129, 131-132, 136, 142-143, 149-150, 155, 170, 194, 200, 245, 270, 288, 309, 320, 326 335, 340, 355, 363-364, 371-372, 415, 433, 433-434, 437, 442, 496, 500, 627, 693, 708-709,734, 740-741, 749, 753, 771, 780, 784, 788, 845 (2), 850, 859, 893, 895, 908, 919, 925, 928, 944, 945, 961, 966, 969, 970, 981, 983-984, 1009, 1011, 1029, 1040, 1051, 1078-1079, 1102 (2), 1116-1117, 1157-1158, 1160-1161, 1172, 1179, 1202, 1206 (2), 1210, 1217 (2), 1224, 1242, 1259, 1274, 1281-1282, 1298, 1352, 1395 (2), 1397 (2), 1450-1451; 14 photos: pp. 148, 203, 209, 219, 220 (2), 221, 222, 223, 627, 683, 1117 (2), 1174).
  • Methodology of research of new religiousness in the modern Religious Studies (Report for the Second International Online Conference on Religious Studies «Comparative Religion: From Subject to Problem». Moscow, Russia). 
  • Religion and Internet in Russia at XXI century (Report to the International Internet-Conference “Man. Religion.Internet”. Moscow, Russia, 2007).  
  • “Religiovedenie”. Encyclopaedic dictionary. – Moscow, «Academichesky Proect», 2006 (articles: Duhovnye Christiane, Osho Radzhnish’ Movement, The Raelian Movement).
  • Soka Gakkay and it’s Significance on the Common Life ot the Modern Japan / 3rd Torchinov Conference “Studies in Religions of Asia”. Materials of the Conference. – St. Petersburg, Russia, 2006. Pp. 298-301.
  • Relations of Church and State in the Post-Communist Russia (legal and practical aspects of the interaction). – “Siberia on the Crossroad of the World Religions”: Materials of the Conference. – Novosibirsk, 2006. Pp. 55-58.
  • Religion and Religiousness in the Modern Russia. – Journal “Religious Studies” (“Religiovedenie”), № 2/2006. Pp. 21-32.
  • New Religious Movements In Russia – to Be or Not to Be? On the Matter of Priorities of Сontemporary Russian Population/ Religious organisaions in the social state system of contemporary Russia: Science Internet-conference (April 10 – October 10, 2006.). NNIC, T.A. Folieva (ed.) - Volgograd, 2006. Pp. 4-8.
  • Woman in traditional and non-traditional religions: modern Russian context / Acta eruditorum. 2005. Sciential reports and accounts. – Russia, St.-Petersburg, 2005. Pp. 9-14.
  • Gender Approach in Religious Studies: An Attempt of Interdisciplinary Discussion (on Russian). – Journal “Religious Studies” (“Religiovedenie”), № 3/ 2005. Pp. 119-123.
  • Women’s Type of Sacrality in the New Indian Religious Movements / Second Torchinov Conference “Studies in Religions of Asia”. Materials of the Conference. – St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005. Pp. 202–207.
  • Women’s Religiosity in the Internet / VI Congress of Ethnologists and Anthropologists in Russia. Book of Abstracts. – St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005. Pp. 391–392.
  • "New Age" and Religious Studies: The Russian case. – "Study of Religion" ("Religiovedenie"), № 4/2004. Pp. 59-64.
  • Christianity and New Religious Movements: Possibilities for Dialog between Religions in Eastern Europe – Identity and tolerance in poliethnic civil society. III International Seminar. May 11-14, 2004, Alushta, Ukraine/ Ed. T.A. Senyushkina. – Simpheropol, 2004. Pp. 58-61.
  • Whether we are ready to the dialogue? (To a question on the dialogue of science and society on an example of Religious Studies).- Russian Science and Media. International Internet-Conference of the Moscow Agency of Fund by K. Adenauer/ Collection of articles. Moscow, 2004. Pp. 21-24.
  • "Let me be the cure...". Memories about Dr. Evgeni Torchinov (1956-2003). - "Religiovedenie", № 1/2004: 30-37.
  • Creation of mechanisms of a Religious Tolerance. Culture and toleration. To 300-years of St.-Petersburg. Materials of Х Conference of Religious Studies/ St.-Petersburg, 2003. Pp. 12-14.
  • The prospects for Religious Studies in present-day Russia, "Religious Studies" (“Religiovedenie”), № 3/ 2003. Pp. 164-173.
  • Features of the interreligious dialogue in Russia: "Traditional" and "untraditional", Way of Orient: Traditions of liberation: The Annual Scientific Conference of young people on problems Philosophy, Religions, Cultures of Orient; Philosophical faculty of St.-Petersburg State University (St.-Petersburg, 2003).
  • On the way to the dialogue: choice of modern Russia, "Religion and Law", № 2/2003.
  • Modern Religious Studies in Russia: particulars and perspectives of development, Internet Portal Credo.Ru (2002)
  • Russian's Religious Studies (brief browses of Religious Studies Sites in the Internet), Internet Portal Credo.Ru (2002)
  • The Heart Image in Oriental Tradition, The Bulletin of Russian Christian Institute for the Humanities, (St.-Petersburg, 2001): 328-336.
  • Female Image of the Supreme Godhood in Creation of Traditions and Stereotypes, Yaroslav-The-Wise Novgorod State University (Velikiy Novgorod, 2002): 46-49.
  • About the Measure of Goodness (to the History of Kumran), Way of Orient: Traditions of liberation: The Annual Scientific Conference of young people on problems Philosophy, Religions, Cultures of Orient; Philosophical faculty of St.-Petersburg State University (St.-Petersburg, 2001).
  • Mircea Eliade and His Time, God. Man. World: Annual Scientific Conference, Russian Christian Institute for the Humanities (St.- Petersburg, 2001): 58-60.
  • Problems of Name in Chinese Philosophy, Way of Orient: Traditions of liberation: The Annual Scientific Conference of young people on problems Philosophy, Religions, Cultures of Orient; Philosophical faculty of St.-Petersburg State University (St.-Petersburg, 1999): 67-68.
  • The Phenomenon of Man in Babylonian Tradition, God. Man. World: Annual Scientific Conference, Russian Christian Institute for the Humanities (St.- Petersburg, 1999): 28-30.
  • The Magic of Name: Primitive Thought and Ancient Egypt, God. Man. World: Annual Scientific Conference, Russian Christian Institute for the Humanities (St.- Petersburg, 1998): 21-22.

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