Monday, May 8

Gamla Torget 3, 3 floor, UCRS Library

10.00-10.30 Welcome speeches
10.30-12.00 Panel 1: Russian conservatism in historical context
Mikhail Luk’ianov, ‘Russia and the West in Conservative Political Discourses’
Mikhail Suslov, ‘Slavophile Tradition in Russian Conservatism’
12.00-13.00 Lunch break
13.00-14.30 Panel 2: Russian conservatism in the international context
Thomas Bremer, 'The Russian Orthodox Church and its Conservative Partners in the West’
Mark Bassin, 'Lev Gumilev and the European New Right’
14.30-14.45 Coffee break
14.45-16.00 Panel 3: Conservative reading of the history of Russia
Kåre Johan Mjör, "Russia's Thousand-Year-Old History": A
Standard Phrase in Post-Soviet Russian Conservative Thought
and its Meaning(s)
Per-Arne Bodin, The revival of grand prince Vladimir
16.00-16.15 Coffee break
16.15-18.00 Roundtable 1:  Conservatism as an ideology: Russian context and beyond
Presenters: Elena Namli, Kristina Stöckl, Susanna Rabow-Edling, Kåre J. Mjör

Tuesday, 9 May

Gamla Torget 3, 3 floor, UCRS Library

10.00-11.30 Panel 4: Conservatism and the Russian Orthodox Church
Andrei Shishkov, ‘Neo-Palamism as construction of Orthodox
theological tradition and conservative ideology’
Victor Shnirelman, Russian Neo-conservatism and Apocalyptic
11.30-12.30 Lunch break
12.30-14.30 Panel 6: Conservatives on “traditional values”
Dmitrii Uzlaner, Logic of “scapegoating” in the discourse of traditional values: Debates on juvenile justice in Russia 
Ilia Kalinin, Genetically Modified Conservatism: On "Russian Cultural Code” 
Alicja Curanovic, Conservatism and  Russian contemporary exceptionalism
14.30-14.45 Coffee break
14.45 – 16.30 Roundtabe 2: Moral conservatism and the role of the Russian Orthodox Church
Presenters: Elena Namli, Dmitry Uzlaner, Maria Engström, Ekaterina Grishaeva