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2020/4(23)
Special issue


Traditional shipbuilding as part
of the cultural heritage
of the peoples of Russia

scientific practical on-line conference
9 December, 2020


REPORTS

Nikolaev I. 

Traditional shipbuilding and maritime museums as part of sustainable development systems challenges and opportunities

Naumov Yu. 

Actualization and museification of historical and folk shipbuilding and navigation in Russia

Zvyagin S. 

Research of the phenomenon of maritime heritage as valuable factor of development of the sociocultural space of the coastal territories of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation

Dmitriev V. 

The concept of development of the Onega embankment of the city of Petrozavodsk and the Maritime Museum ‘Polar Odyssey’

Kukhterin S. 

Traditional shipbuilding in Western Siberia in the 17th - 19th centuries Based on research materials of NPO «Northern Archeology-1» from 2001 to 2018

Balayan K. 

Traditional shipbuilding in Armenia: on projects implemented, current and planned

Melnik I. 

The exhibition ‘The history of ancient and medieval navigation in the Black Sea and the World Ocean’

  

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DOI 10.34685/HI.2020.91.85.008

Naumov Yu.

Actualization and museification of historical and folk shipbuilding and navigation in Russia

Abstract. The article is devoted to the history and activities of the “Polar Odyssey” Maritime club operating in Petrozavodsk, its most significant projects are described. Much attention is paid to the cooperation of the Club with russian scientists and researchers, primarily with the Marine Arctic Complex Expedition of the Heritage Institute. The club's collaboration with scientists has made it possible to use historical vessels in scientific historical and geographical research in Europe, Siberia, Chukotka and Alaska. The author emphasizes that an integrated approach makes it possible to reveal not only the peculiarities of movement in sailing along the seas and river systems, but also the specifics of the formation and development of historical and cultural relationships of various ethnic groups.

It also describes the work on the study of folk shipbuilding in the Kizhi Museum-Reserve, thanks to which the traditions of shipping are preserved. About 150 historical ships have already been built in Russia, and Petrozavodsk has become the main center of wooden shipbuilding in Russia. Historic ships create new opportunities for interregional cooperation in the development of new routes for historical and cultural water tourism and patriotic education of the younger generation.

Key words: shipbuilding, navigation, Polar Odyssey, MACE, Way to Grumant, Kizhi, Pomeranian ring, Scandinavian ring.

Naumov Yuri Mikhailovich,
leading researcher,
the Kizhi Museum-Reserve (Petrozavodsk),
е-mail: eglovo@gmail.com


Published: The Heritage Institute Journal, 2020/4(23)

URL: http://nasledie-journal.ru/en/journals/395.html


Founder

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Publisher

Russian Scientific Research
Institute for Cultural
and Natural Heritage
named after D.Likhachev


Certificate

of the Mass information media
registration:
ЭЛ № ФС 77–60211,
date: 17.12.2014


Frequency

4 issues per year

Published online only


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