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James White is a senior research fellow in the Laboratory for Archaeographical Studies and the Laboratory for the Study of Primary Source at the Ural Federal University. In 2009, he received an MA in Russian and East European Studies from the University of Birmingham (UK).
Between 2010 and 2014, he was a doctoral student at the European University Institute in Florence (Italy). In 2014, he defended his PhD dissertation, entitled "A Bridge to the Schism. Edinoverie, Russian Orthodoxy, and the Ritual Formation of Confessions, 1800-1918".
Bibliography (in Russian and in English)
‘Orthodox Old Belief: Edinoverie as a Movement for Religious Rejuvenation in the Russian Church, 1905-1918’ in Russian History, vol. 43, no. 2 (2016), pp. 181-208.
‘Единоверие и концепция конфессионализации: дискурсивные замечания’ in Quaestio Rossica, vol. 4, no. 4 (2016), pp. 177-189 [Eng. trans.: Edinoverie and the Concept of Confessionalisation: Discursive Remarks].
‘Vox Redactoris: Russian Philology and History in Dialogue’ in Quaestio Rossica, vol. 4, no. 4, (2016), pp. 7-18 (co-author: Larisa Soboleva; in both Russian and English).
‘Единоверие и официальное православие: неудавшийся опыт объединения в практике публичных церемоний (1900-1913)’ in Quaestio Rossica, 2 (2015), pp. 201-223. [Eng. trans.: Edinoverie and official Orthodoxy: the failure of unity in ceremonial practice (1900-1913)].
‘Diversity in Unity: An Introduction to Historiography at the European University Institute’ in Zeitenblicke, vol. 12, no. 1, (2013).
‘The Demonic Principle: Intellectual Reactions to Religious Freedom from the Russian Orthodox Church, 1864-1905,’ in C. Stroop and A. Siljak, eds., Russia, Religion, and Secularism (DeKalb, Northern Illinois University Press, 2017).
‘Ritual, Ecclesia, and the Reform of Russian Orthodoxy. The Life and Thought of Father Ioann Verkhovskii, 1818-91’ in A. Djuric and R. Radic, eds., Orthodox Renewal Movements in Eastern and Southeastern Europe (New York and London, Palgrave McMillian, 2017).
‘Bishop Andrei (Ukhtomskii): Missionary, Reformer, and Old Believer in Revolutionary Russia (1872-1937)’ in Journal of Religious History, (2017).
‘This is Not War but Some Kind of Atrocity: Russian Old Believer Priests in the First World War’ in First World War Studies, (2017).
Larisa Soboleva and Konstantin Bugrov: ‘Vox Redactoris. Challenges of the Times and the Adaptability of Humanity’ in Quaestio Rossica, vol. 4, no. 2, (2016), pp. 7-12 [trans. from Russian].
Andrei Keller: ‘A Trade Education. The Example of St Petersburg from the 19th to the Early 20th Centuries’ in Bulletin of the Institute of Technology and Vocational Education, no. 15, (2016), pp. 102-109 [trans. from Russian].
Svetlana Inikova: ‘The New Doctrines of the Dukhoborite Fasters and Tolstoianism’ in A. Djuric and R. Radic, eds., Orthodox Renewal Movements in Eastern and Southeastern Europe (New York; London, Palgrave McMillian, 2017) [trans. from Russian].
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