EA 7347 HISTARA

Histoire de l’art,

des représentations et de l’administration

dans l’europe moderne et contemporaine

Serhii Shumylo

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Author of monographs, books and scientific collections:

  1. Shumylo, S. V. Elder Avvakum of Mount Athos. The Life of Athonite Hieroschemamonk Avvakum (Vakarov), 1899–1972. Oxford/Kyiv: The Friends of Mount Athos, International Institute of the Athonite Legacy, 2021. 108 pages., illustrated. ISBN 978-966-139-126-9
  2. The Church of the Martyrs: Persecution of the Faith and the Church in the Twentieth Century: Proceedings International. Science. conf. (K., February 6-7, 2020) / Compiler Serhiy Shumylo. – Kyiv: UOC Publishing Department, 2020. – 616 pp., Ill. ISBN 978-966-2371-61-1
  3. Hieromartyr Volodymyr (Epiphany) and the beginning of persecution of the Orthodox Church in the XX century. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference (7-8 February 2018) / Editor and compiler Serhiy Shumylo. – Kyiv: Ed. Phoenix, 2019. ISBN 978-966-136-690-8
  4. Shumylo S. V., Shkarovsky M. V., Danilets Y. V., Gaidenko P. I. An Athonite Elder from Transcarpathia: Hieroschemamonk Avvakum (Vakarov) and His Time (1899–1972). – Kyiv: International Institute of Athos Heritage, 2019. – 336 pages., ill. ISBN 978-966-139-107-8
  5. Paisiy Velychkovsky. “The Tale of the Holy Cathedral” and little-known letters / Compiler and comments – Sergei Shumylo. Kyiv: UOC Publishing Department, 2016. 207 p. ISBN 978-966-2371-39-0
  6. Shumylo S. V. Prt. Paisii Velichkovsky and the Zaporizhian Sich. Little Known Letters of St. Paisii Velichkovsky to the Koshevoy Ataman of the Zaporizhian Host, Peter Kalnyshevsky. Kyiv – Serpukhov: International Institute of Athos Heritage in Ukraine; Heritage of the Orthodox East, 2015. 128 pages. ISBN 978-5-9905423-3-4
  7. Shumylo S. V. Elder John Vishensky: an Athonian ascetic and Orthodox writer-polemicist. Materials for the biography of the “blessed memory of the great elder John Vishensky Svyatogorsky” – Kyiv: UOC Publishing Department, 2016. 208 pages. ISBN 978-966-2371-40-6
  8. Shumylo S. V. “Spiritual Zaporozhye” on Athos. Little-known Cossack hermitage “Black Vyr” on the Holy Mountain. Kyiv: Publishing Department of the UOC, 2015. 116 pages. ISBN 978-966-2371-34-5
  9. Shumylo S. V. The elder Anikita: the spiritual path of sainthood. Materials for his biography with the appendix of the works of hieroschmonk Anikita (Prince Shirinsky-Shikhmatov) / 2nd edition. – Kyiv-Odessa: Athos Heritage, 2019. – 328 pages., ill. ISBN 978-966-139-103-0
  10. Shumylo S. The First Russian Monks on Mount Athos // Mount Athos and Rus`: 1016 – 2016. Oxford, 2018. ISBN: 978-1-78707-880-2
  11. Shumylo S. V. The elder Anikita: the spiritual path of sainthood. Materials for his biography with an appendix of the writings of hieroschmonk Anikita (Prince Shirinsky-Shikhmatov). – Smolensk, 2018. – 276 pages. ISBN 978-5-98156-814-5
  12. Shumylo S.V. Prince Oskold and the Christianization of Russia. – Kyiv: Spirit and Literature, 2010. 120 pages.. ISBN 978-966-378-155-6
  13. Shumylo S. V. In the Catacombs. The Orthodox Underground in the USSR. – Lutsk: Teryn, 2011. 272 pages.. ISBN 978-966-2276-52-7.
  14. Archbishop Peter (Ladygin): an unwavering pillar of the persecuted Catacomb Church (1866 – 1957) / Publlication, text preparation, introductory articles, compilation, comments by Sergei Shumylo and Vitaly Shumylo. – Glazov, 2013. 108 pages.. ISBN 978-5-905538-16-2
  15. Shumylo S. V. The Soviet regime and the Soviet Church. St. Petersburg, 2006. 136 pages.

 

 

Organisateur de plus de 20 conferences scientifiques sur l’histoire ecclésiastique de l’Ukraine (avec le soutien de l’UNESCO, Keston Institute at Oxford (UK), Columbia University (USA), the World Council of Churches (Geneva, Switzerland)). A conduit des recherches en Grèce et en Italie. Commissaire d’expositions et présentations de l’héritage ukrainien du Mont-Athos dans plus de dix pays d’Europe (Oxford, Cambridge, London, Paris, Strasbourg, Geneva, Brussels, Rome, Venice, Milan, Naples, Athens, Warsaw, Prague, Iasi, etc.).

Organizer of more than 20 international scholarly conferences on Ukrainian church history (including those supported by UNESCO, Keston Institute at Oxford (UK), Columbia University (USA), and the World Council of Churches (Geneva, Switzerland)). For a long time he was engaged in research work abroad (Greece, Italy), held personal lectures, exhibitions and presentations on Ukrainian heritage of Athos in more than ten countries of Europe (Oxford, Cambridge, London, Paris, Strasbourg, Geneva, Brussels, Rome, Venice, Milan, Naples, Athens, Warsaw, Prague, Iasi, etc.).