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There are several reasons why we have chosen such a name for this site. First, "audeamus" is a Сonjunctivus Hortativus form of the Latin verb "audеo", which can be translated as "let us venture", "let us dare". Second, this word almost entirely replicates (except for the first letter) the title of Gaudeamus, a student hymn popular all over the globe. Third, the initial letters of this word refer to another Latin verb, "audio", meaning "to listen to". It is easy to notice that all these three semantic components are unanimously working to implement the central idea of our site, i.e. creation of an innovative education project based on audiolectures developed by leading Russian scholars and teachers.

Latest Episodes

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 01 The memory of culture and the culture of memory

The concept of "cultural memory". Written and oral forms of transmitting cultural information over time. Representation of cultural memory phenomena in different semiotic codes (folk literature, visual arts, architecture, etc.). The space of the cultural memory. Elements of sacralisation and symbolisation of the past in cultural information transmitted orally. Ethnolinguistics as the principal methodological framework for studies of folk culture in its linguistic and speech representations. Ethnic and national characteristics of cultural memory. The culture of historical memory in modern Russian society.

24 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 01 The memory of culture and the culture of memory

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 10 Hagiographic tradition and mythological beliefs in folk literature of the 20th century

Thematic and linguistic features of folk culture as represented in hagiography of the Russian North. A hagiographic Story of Father Nikolai (1999, Totma, Vologda Region) as an example of "naive" literature. Stylistic features of the text: hagiographic language, traditional written language and the "new language" of the Soviet times, motives of a miracle.

31 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 10 Hagiographic tradition and mythological beliefs in folk literature of the 20th century

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 09 Cross-cultural communication -- traditional spiritual folk culture and hagiography in the North of Russia in the 15th-17th centuries

The Pomor (the White Sea coast) Life of John and Longinus of the Yarenga Monastery (16th century): the historiographic "field" of this literary work, progression of the text from folk tradition to the book tradition and to canonical hagiographic forms. Representation of mythological beliefs in this hagiographic text and in folklorized memory of modern people.

27 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 09 Cross-cultural communication -- traditional spiritual folk culture and hagiography in the North of Russia in the 15th-17th centuries

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 08 Historical and cultural ways of mythological figures and motives in oral and written tradition of the Middle Ages and the Modern Age

From Old Slavonic kachitsa to Katchinutsa in Milorad Pavic's novel The Inner Side of the Wind. A lexical hapax kachitsa and its ethnolinguistic interpretation on the basis of field records of 1970s expeditions to the North of Russia. Searching for etymological roots of the word.

30 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 08 Historical and cultural ways of mythological figures and motives in oral and written tradition of the Middle Ages and the Modern Age

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 07 Folklore and literary tradition -- a historical perspective

Genetic relationship between folk mythology and ancient literature. Pharaohs (a kind of male and female merfolk or fish-people) – reflection of a biblical legend in folk mythological beliefs. Interaction of historical-genetic strata in the national culture. Ethnolinguistic parallels between the texts of old literary sources and modern folklore.

28 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 07 Folklore and literary tradition -- a historical perspective

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 06 Back to the roots of Slavic mythology (Verlioka, Mazai)

Historical and ethnic-cultural strata in Slavic mythology; reasons and forms of their existence. From antiquity to European Middle Ages: Cyclops and Verlioka; influence of neighbouring cultures: Grandpa Mazai's log boat in deep waters of cultural memory.

27 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 06 Back to the roots of Slavic mythology (Verlioka, Mazai)

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 05 The age-old -- at the crossroads of the East and the West

Historical, cultural, ethnolinguistic and etymological characteristics of some figures from folk mythology and their nominations. Representation of different cultural directions in the origins of the Slavic mythological figures. Baba Yaga – an Old-Slavic serpent-legged goddess. Buka as a children's “night scare” in Russian tradition and Puck in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream.

30 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 05 The age-old -- at the crossroads of the East and the West

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 04 The depth of the memory -- text as a treasury of cultural information

Role of the motive in preserving the cultural semantics of the text. Key words as actants of cultural semantics. Mythological semantics of bylichka stories about contact with the other world: Three Chicken Legs, The Border of the Worlds, The Dead Mother Leads Away her Daughter. The motive of the contact of two worlds in folk mythology as represented in ancient literary texts.

26 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 04 The depth of the memory -- text as a treasury of cultural information

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 03 The depth of cultural memory -- word as a concise cultural text

The word as a source of cultural information. The cultural element in the word semantics. Cultural semantics and semantic reconstruction. A study of The Rooster's Head and Three Chicken Legs: bylichka (a folk story about a meeting with demons and evil spirits) recorded in 1990 (Novgorod Region). Ethnolinguistic parallels with The Word of St. Gregory the Theologian on how the pagans were worshipping idols ... (12th century, copy from the 15th century). "Chicken legs" of the log cabin where the witch Baba Yaga lives, their number and their mythological semantics. "Mysterious water demons of Russian lore" – the shulikuns.

30 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 03 The depth of cultural memory -- word as a concise cultural text

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 02 The mythological universe of the North of Russia as represented in folk literature of the 19th and 20th centuries

Mythological beliefs and their place in traditional culture. The North of Russia and its place in the ethnolinguistic landscape of the modern Slavic world. Lexical mythologems and their typology. General functional classification of mythological characters of the North of Russia based on the19th and 20th century sources.

32 min2013 JUN 24
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03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 02 The mythological universe of the North of Russia as represented in folk literature of the 19th and 20th centuries

Latest Episodes

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 01 The memory of culture and the culture of memory

The concept of "cultural memory". Written and oral forms of transmitting cultural information over time. Representation of cultural memory phenomena in different semiotic codes (folk literature, visual arts, architecture, etc.). The space of the cultural memory. Elements of sacralisation and symbolisation of the past in cultural information transmitted orally. Ethnolinguistics as the principal methodological framework for studies of folk culture in its linguistic and speech representations. Ethnic and national characteristics of cultural memory. The culture of historical memory in modern Russian society.

24 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 01 The memory of culture and the culture of memory

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 10 Hagiographic tradition and mythological beliefs in folk literature of the 20th century

Thematic and linguistic features of folk culture as represented in hagiography of the Russian North. A hagiographic Story of Father Nikolai (1999, Totma, Vologda Region) as an example of "naive" literature. Stylistic features of the text: hagiographic language, traditional written language and the "new language" of the Soviet times, motives of a miracle.

31 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 10 Hagiographic tradition and mythological beliefs in folk literature of the 20th century

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 09 Cross-cultural communication -- traditional spiritual folk culture and hagiography in the North of Russia in the 15th-17th centuries

The Pomor (the White Sea coast) Life of John and Longinus of the Yarenga Monastery (16th century): the historiographic "field" of this literary work, progression of the text from folk tradition to the book tradition and to canonical hagiographic forms. Representation of mythological beliefs in this hagiographic text and in folklorized memory of modern people.

27 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 09 Cross-cultural communication -- traditional spiritual folk culture and hagiography in the North of Russia in the 15th-17th centuries

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 08 Historical and cultural ways of mythological figures and motives in oral and written tradition of the Middle Ages and the Modern Age

From Old Slavonic kachitsa to Katchinutsa in Milorad Pavic's novel The Inner Side of the Wind. A lexical hapax kachitsa and its ethnolinguistic interpretation on the basis of field records of 1970s expeditions to the North of Russia. Searching for etymological roots of the word.

30 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 08 Historical and cultural ways of mythological figures and motives in oral and written tradition of the Middle Ages and the Modern Age

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 07 Folklore and literary tradition -- a historical perspective

Genetic relationship between folk mythology and ancient literature. Pharaohs (a kind of male and female merfolk or fish-people) – reflection of a biblical legend in folk mythological beliefs. Interaction of historical-genetic strata in the national culture. Ethnolinguistic parallels between the texts of old literary sources and modern folklore.

28 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 07 Folklore and literary tradition -- a historical perspective

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 06 Back to the roots of Slavic mythology (Verlioka, Mazai)

Historical and ethnic-cultural strata in Slavic mythology; reasons and forms of their existence. From antiquity to European Middle Ages: Cyclops and Verlioka; influence of neighbouring cultures: Grandpa Mazai's log boat in deep waters of cultural memory.

27 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 06 Back to the roots of Slavic mythology (Verlioka, Mazai)

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 05 The age-old -- at the crossroads of the East and the West

Historical, cultural, ethnolinguistic and etymological characteristics of some figures from folk mythology and their nominations. Representation of different cultural directions in the origins of the Slavic mythological figures. Baba Yaga – an Old-Slavic serpent-legged goddess. Buka as a children's “night scare” in Russian tradition and Puck in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream.

30 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 05 The age-old -- at the crossroads of the East and the West

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 04 The depth of the memory -- text as a treasury of cultural information

Role of the motive in preserving the cultural semantics of the text. Key words as actants of cultural semantics. Mythological semantics of bylichka stories about contact with the other world: Three Chicken Legs, The Border of the Worlds, The Dead Mother Leads Away her Daughter. The motive of the contact of two worlds in folk mythology as represented in ancient literary texts.

26 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 04 The depth of the memory -- text as a treasury of cultural information

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 03 The depth of cultural memory -- word as a concise cultural text

The word as a source of cultural information. The cultural element in the word semantics. Cultural semantics and semantic reconstruction. A study of The Rooster's Head and Three Chicken Legs: bylichka (a folk story about a meeting with demons and evil spirits) recorded in 1990 (Novgorod Region). Ethnolinguistic parallels with The Word of St. Gregory the Theologian on how the pagans were worshipping idols ... (12th century, copy from the 15th century). "Chicken legs" of the log cabin where the witch Baba Yaga lives, their number and their mythological semantics. "Mysterious water demons of Russian lore" – the shulikuns.

30 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 03 The depth of cultural memory -- word as a concise cultural text

03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 02 The mythological universe of the North of Russia as represented in folk literature of the 19th and 20th centuries

Mythological beliefs and their place in traditional culture. The North of Russia and its place in the ethnolinguistic landscape of the modern Slavic world. Lexical mythologems and their typology. General functional classification of mythological characters of the North of Russia based on the19th and 20th century sources.

32 min2013 JUN 24
Comments
03 Traditional Spiritual Culture in Folk Literature 02 The mythological universe of the North of Russia as represented in folk literature of the 19th and 20th centuries
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