Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences




  Alexandra Kulpina
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Alexandra Kulpina

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Year and Place of Birth

1992, Yakutsk

 ORCID:  0000-0002-1153-2489

 ResearcherID: V-4488-2018

 RSCI SPIN:   9160-2030, Author ID:  1059068

Education

2010–2015 Diploma, master equivalent – Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of History

2015–2018 Ph.D – Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of History

 

Research interests

Intellectual history, sound studies, ancient and medieval sound esthetics, philosophy of music, semiotics.

Professional
appointments
 Junior Research Fellow

Papers



  •  21–22.06.2019. The All-Russian Scholar Conference “The Sound in the Culture” (Moscow, Russian State University for the Humanities). Paper “The Sounding Middle Ages: Sources, Problems, Methods”.
  • The International Conference “The Gutenberg Bible and the Beginning of the Modern History” (Moscow, Russian State Library). Paper “The Written and Printed Vocabulary. About the Incunabula of the “Catholicon” by John of Genoa”.

  • 29–30.05.2019 The All-Russian Scholar Conference “How the modern Middle Ages are constructed, or medievalism studies” (Moscow, Higher School of Economics). Paper “The sounds out of the time. About medieval musical instruments and musical experiments of the XXth c.”.

  • 14.12.2018 Interuniversity Scientific Conference with International Participation “Symbolarium of Culture: Symbolic Universals and Iconic Signs” (Moscow, RUDN University). Paper “Inside the Soundscape: Body and Corporality in the Context of Development of Audio Technology”.

  • 11.12.2018 Participation in seminar «Philosophy of Antiquity and the Middle Ages» (Moscow, CAMPaS). Paper "The High-Medieval Notions of Sound".

  • 31.10.2018 The 6th Moscow International Platonic Conference (Moscow, Russian State University for the Humanities). Paper “Who is Plato? Answers from the High Middle Ages”.

  • 17–21.09.2018 The 3rd International Conference “Liturgical Practice and Religious Art in the Modern World” (Maikop, Adyghe State University). Paper “Role of Sacred Singing in the Christian Worship: a Perspective from the High Middle Ages”.

  • 2022.06.2018 The 9th International Conference on Historical Lexicology and Lexicography, International Society on Historical Lexicology and Lexicography, Università degli Studi di Genova. Paper “Noises, Voices, Signs: Lexicological Approach to Medieval Sound Studies”.

  • 30.11.2017 – 1.12.2017 IX International scientific conference "Roman languages and cultures: from Antiquity to the present" (Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University). Paper "Derivational dictionary of XI–XIV cc. as a of development of the Latin lexicography: special features of structure and contents".

  • 7–9.11.2017 International scientific conference "Thought on Music in the Abrahamic Traditions – 2017" (Moscow, State Institute for Art Studies – Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center – Scientific-Education Program "Eshkolot" – Centre of Oriental Literature of the Russian State Library). Paper "Sounds and music in the Bible: a medieval interpretation (based on the Latin derivational vocabularies, 11th – 15th centuries) ".

  • 7.06.2017 Round table "Male and female voices in the history of the Middle Ages and Modern Times" (Moscow, Institute of World History Russian Academy of Sciences). Paper "How does a liar's voice sound like? A story from medieval dictionaries".

  • 22–24.03.2017 International conference “Language and the space of ethno-cultural dialogue” (Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg State University). Paper “Role of medieval dictionaries in the formation of national languages”.

  • 16–17.05.2015 Scholar conference “Object and context: an artwork and modern methods to its analysis” (Saint Petersburg, European University at Saint Petersburg). Paper: “Sound, speech and music in the scientific conceptions of people of the late XIIth – early XIIIth centuries: a case study of “Etymologies” by Hugutio of Pisa”.

  • 13–17.04.2015 International student, postgraduate and young scientists conference “Lomonosov – 2015” (Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University). Paper “Long-term monophony of medieval music (relying on medieval noted sources and music theory and etymological treatises of IX-XIIth centuries)”.

  • 7–11.04.2014 International student, postgraduate and young scientists conference “Lomonosov – 2014” (Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University). Paper “Benefit and tradition: the anti-Boethius polemics in medieval musical treatises”.

  • 26–29.11.2013 XXXIII International student, postgraduate and young scientists conference “Kurbatov readings” (Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg State University). Paper “Image of musician according to a philosopher of the XIIth century (analysis of the chapter from the “Didascalicon” by Hugh of Saint Victor)”

  • 21–22.11.2012 All-Russian student and postgraduate conference “Historian’s laboratory: source and method” (Moscow, Institute of World History Russian Academy of Sciences). Paper “Medieval illustrators of Dante: text and image”.

  • 12–15.10.2012 International youth conference “Image in philosophical and fine arts” (Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory). Paper “What for musical critics are needed? (analysis of the chapter from the “Didascalicon” by Hugh of Saint Victor)”.

Publications (in Russian)

 

  •  Medieval Authors about Mechanics of Speech and Origins of Voice // History Magazine: Researches. 2018. № 6. P. 123–130.
  • Derivational Dictionaries and Latin Scholarship in Italy during XIth – XIIIth Centuries // Intellectual Traditions in Past and Present / Ed. V. Petrov. 2018. № 4. P. 269–286.

  • Musical Instruments in the Bible: a Medieval Interpretation // Conceptualization of Music in the Abrahamic Traditions-2018 / Ed. G. Shamilli. Moscow: Institute of World History Russian Academy of Sciences, 2018. P. 42–57.

  • “The Invention of Music”: the History of Two Medieval Interpretations // History: Facts and Symbols. 2018. № 2 (15). С. 72–80.

  • Noises, Voices, Signs: Lexicological Approach to Medieval Sound Studies // From Glosses to Dictionaries. 9th International Conference on Historical Lexicology and Lexicography, International Society on Historical Lexicology and Lexicography (Book of Abstracts). Genova: Università degli Studi di Genova, 2018. P. 39–40.URL: https://ichll9.files.wordpress.com/2018/06/book-of-abstracts1.pdf

  • Derivational Dictionary as a Mirror of Intellectual Culture of the High Middle Ages // Clio. 2018. № 6. P. 30–34.

  • Notion about musical instruments in the european intellectual tradition of the Early and High Middle Ages // Genesis: historical studies. 2018. № 5. С.58–64. DOI: 10.25136/2409-868X.2018.5.25948. URL: http://e-notabene.ru/hr/article_25948.html

  • Sound, speech and music in the scientific conceptions of people of the late XIIth – early XIIIth centuries: a case study of “Etymologies” by Hugutio of Pisa // Scholar conference “Object and context: an artwork and modern methods to its analysis”. Report theses. Saint Petersburg, 2015. P. 10-11.

  • Long-term monophony of medieval music (relying on medieval noted sources and music theory and etymological treatises of IX-XIIth centuries // Materials from the International Youth Forum “LOMONOSOV – 2015” [Online resource]. Moscow, 2015.

  • Medieval illustration for the “Divine Comedy”: a scene of action // Online scholar educational journal “History”[Online resource]. Moscow, 2013. Vol. 5 (21).

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