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14.05.2017 | Presentation of the project “Corpus Coranicum Petropolitana” in Budapest

On May 5, 2017 in the framework of representative scientific conference Paleo-Qur’anic Manuscripts: state of the field organized by Center for Religious Studies, Institute for Advanced Studies of Central European University in Budapest Efim Rezvan and Anna Kudriavtceva presented the report “Corpus Coranicum Petropolitana: current results and perspectives of the new Russian Qur’anic project”. A comprehensive research project is implemented by Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, the Leiden Research Institute for Rational Monotheism and “Manuscripta Orientalia”, International Journal for Oriental Manuscripts Research. The project includes the publication of a study on Qur’anic ethnography, organization of field trips to Oman and Saudi Arabia, the creation of the Internet project “Lexical and grammatical structure of the Qur’an, of the documented Arabic-Russian dictionary of the Qur’anic language, provided the references to the body pre-Islamic poetry and epigraphy as well as the creation of the new translation of the Qur’ān into Russian language based on the new scientific principals.

17.04.2017 | Preliminary results of the international historical and ethnographic expedition following the project “The Material world of the Qur’an (the everyday life of Arabia in the Prophet's time)”

In March 15—31, 2017 in the framework of the project “The Material world of the Qur’an (the everyday life of Arabia in the Prophet's time)” being realized by Saint-Petersburg Kunstkamera Museum, Leiden Institute for Rational Monotheism (President – Aslbek Musin) and the journal “Manuscripta Orientalia” the international historical and ethnographic expedition was brought to pass with the support by the Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman. Expedition route was as follows: Muscat — Rustaq — Nakhal — Wadi Mistal — Wadi Bani Kharus — Tanuf — Bahla — Jibreen — al-Hamra —Misfat Al Abriyeen — Wadi Ghul — Jabal Shams — Haima — Salalah — Duqm — Sur — Ibra — Muscat. For the first time Russian ethnographers had the opportunity to realize a research project in the territory of Oman, one of the most distinctive historical and cultural areas of Arabia, which preserved rich material for the remodelment of ethno-cultural patterns and reconstructions.

20.12.2016 | 2nd International conference “Jewish Diasporas in Europe and Beyond: Fieldwork and Source Studies”

Dear colleagues and friends!

We are happy to announce the call for papers for the 2nd International conference “Jewish Diasporas in Europe and Beyond: Fieldwork and Source Studies” that is organized by the Department of European Studies at Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) RAS. The conference will be held in our Museum (Saint-Petersburg, Russia) in November, 6-8, 2017.

13.12.2016 | “Manuscripta Orientalia” is included in SCOPUS

On December 12, 2016 the Editorial Board of “Manuscripta Orientalia. International Journal for Oriental MSS Research” received an official letter confirming that the journal has been evaluated for inclusion in SCOPUS by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB). The letter says in particular: “This is a well organized journal with an excellent editorial policy, and which publishes articles that are already highly cited in SCOPUS. The journal is international in focus and is associated with leading institutions and scholars. For all of these reasons it merits inclusion in SCOPUS”. 

13.12.2016 | 3D Tour

Now you can visit our museum from your home. 3D-tours would guide you around museum premises, as well as you can listen to audio-stories about items from Africa, America, Japan, China and others. You can browse the museum both on PC and tablet.

3D-tour is a part of Kunstkamera of the III Millennium Project supported by Vladimir Potanin Foundation and done in 2015-2016.

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