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THE STATE HERMITAGE MUSEUM
THE STATE HISTORICAL-ARCHITECTURAL AND ART MUSEUM-RESERVE «KAZAN KREMLIN»
THE GOLDEN HORDE
AND THE BLACK SEA REGION
LESSONS OF THE GENGHISID EMPIRE
The Grand Palais pays homage to Soviet art
Dear reader, this is the first issue of Islamology journal http://islamology.in/journal/issue/view/11. It is a new academic project of Mardjani Foundation and group of scholars of Islamic Studies.
The Tretyakov Gallery opens an ambitious long-term project: a series of exhibitions representing the art of the former Soviet republics, which are now independent states.
In 2016 the greatest Tatar poet Gabdulla Tuqay turns 130!
Past Kazan into the country
There’s a village called Kurlai.
In that village even hens cluck.
God alone could tell you why.
Even though I was not born there,
For a while it was my home.
There in spring I tilled and harrowed,
In the autumn reaped the loam.
I recall in all directions
Lay the backwood’s broad delight.
Grasslands there of glossy velvet
Dazzled everybody’s sight.
On 19 February 2016, the exhibition “Ibn Fadlan's Journey: Volga Route from Baghdad to Bulghar” opened in the Hermitage–Kazan Centre.
The Third International Research Conference
«THE WORLD OF ISLAM: HISTORY, SOCIETY, CULTURE»
Margarita Rudomino All-Russia State Library
for Foreign Literature, Moscow, Russia
October 22–24, 2014
The World of Islam: History, Society, Culture: Proceedings of the International Conference on Islamic Studies. Russian State University for the Humanities, December 11–13, 2007, Moscow: Mardjani Publishing House, 2009, ISBN 978-5-903715-12-1