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Contents

Prologue

the Ukraine as a Pottery Country 15
the Chronology of the Leadership of the Poltava Region in the National Pottery Craft
and Ceramology 16
Opishne as the Pottery Mecca of the Ukraine 21

Part 1
The Theory of Ceramology

1.1. Ceramology 26

Definitions 26
Forerunners 31
Actualizers 35
Initiators 37
Condorhuasi Instituto de Ceramologia 37
Asociacion de Ceramologia () 39
The Ukrainian Initiative 42

1.2. The Subject and the Tasks of THE Ukrainian Ceramology 44

The Subject of Ceramology 44
The Classification Signs of a Modern Ukrainian Ceramologist 49
The Tasks of Ceramological Studies 50
the Forming of the National Terminological Tool System for Ceramological
Investigations 55
the Prospects of Publishing Activity 59
the Actuality of the Publication of an International Ceramological Yearbook 60
the Importance of the Development of Ceramological Criticism 61
Teramological Education 67
the Foreign Practice: University Ceramological Laboratories 67
the Ukrainian Ceramological Educational Reality: It Does not Exist, but It Is to Be! 71
The Integration with the International Ceramological Environment 75
pottery Craft and Ceramology as the Factors of the Preservation of National Identity 76

1.3. Ukrainian Ceramological Sources 86

Ceramological Collections in Museums 86
Written Sources 102
Audiovisual Sources 103
The Enrichment of the Modern Ceramological Studies Source Basis 108

1.4. The Fundamentals of the Preservation of Pottery Heritage 109

The Primary Ways of the Preservation of Earthenware 109
The Formation and the problems of the Ukrainian Restoration of Ceramics 115
The Preservation and Restoration of the Monuments of Pottery 122

1.5. The Methods of Ceramological Investigations 128

1.6. Ukrainian Ceramology and Closely-Related Sciences 138

Social Sciences 139
ethnography 139
art Criticism 139
archaeology 140
history 140
aesthetics 141
epigraphy 141
museology 141
study of Folklore 141
linguistics 142
pedagogics 145
Natural and Engineering Sciences 151
soil Science, Geology 151
palaeobotany 157
biology 158
medicine 158
physics, Chemistry, Engineering Sciences 161
Ceramology as the Science on the Pottery Culture Functioning Diversity 162

Part 2
The History of Ukrainian Ceramology

2.1. The Formation of Ukrainian Ceramology as a Science 168

General Division into Periods 168
The Origin of Interest in Ceramological Knowledge 168
The Systematic Inquiry of the Traditional Pottery Craft, the Accumulation
of Ceramological Materials 169
Ceramical Review 172
The Decline of Pottery Centres in the Ukraine 174
The Colonial Policy of the Ceramological Studies Restraint 182
The End of the Age of the Stagnation of Ukrainian Ceramology 188
The Foreign Studies of the Pottery Heritage from the Territory of the Ukraine 190

2.2. The Organizational Structurization of Ukrainian Ceramology 192

The Home Museum of the Poshyvailos Pottery Family as the Precursor of the National
Museum of Pottery 193
The Foundation of the Museum of Pottery in Opishne 195
Tthe Development of Field Ceramological Investigations 200
The Developing of the Ceramological Source Studying Structures 204
the Pottery Library of the Ukraine 204
the National Archives of Ukrainian Pottery 207
the Creation of Visual Ceramological Sources and the Establishing of Visual Ceramology 207
Learning the Foreign Experience of Ceramological Studies 211
The Providing of Ceramological Progress with Mass Communication Media 213
The Ukrainian Ethnology Publishing House 220
The Ukrainian Pottery 224
The Ethnography of Ukrainian Pottery as the Catalyst of the Organizational
Structurization of the Ukrainian Ceramology 226
The Opening of the Scientific Research Centre of Ukrainian Pottery 232
National Ceramological Forums 233
The Forming of a Public Opinion on the Necessity of the Creation of an Academical
Ceramological Institute 243
Leaning to the Ethnology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine 246
The Efforts of Stepan Pavlyuk 247
The Unrealized Project of the Creation of the National Centre of the Ukrainian Pottery
Investigations, Development and Popularization 249
The Working-Out of the Foundation Documents of the Ceramology Institute 251
The Phenomenology of Pottery as the Beginning of the Ukrainian Thorough-Going
Studies of World Pottery 252
The Establishment of the Ukrainian Ceramical Society 254
The Basis of the National Programme of the Development of Ceramology, Pottery Art
and Pottery Production in the Ukraine 259
The Creation of the Ceramology Institute the Branch of the Ethnology Institute
of the National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine 262

2.3. The Ukrainian National School of Ceramology 267


Part 3
The Modern Ukrainian Academical Ceramological Studies

3.1. The Tendencies of Development 274

The Main Result of the First Five Year Period of Ceramological Studies 274
The Ukrainian Ceramological Initiative Comprehends the Scholars from
The Neighbouring Countries 278
The Priorities of the Activity of the Academical Ceramological Institution 279
The National Competition and Other Initiatives 282
The Vectors of Scientific Searches 285
The Topicality of the Creation of the National Centre of the Technique and the Special
Methods of the Studying of Ceramics 296
Published Ceramological Monographs 300
The Manuscripts of Monographs and Yearbooks 301

3.2. The Organs of the Press 304

The Ukrainian Ceramological Journal 304
The Ukrainian Ceramology 308
The Bibliography of Ukrainian Pottery 309

Epilogue 312

P.S. Important Remarks 315

Sources for the Parts 13 317

Part 4
The Ukrainian Academical Ceramological Bibliography
(20012005)

4.1. The Chronology of the Institute Publications 344

2001 344
2002 354
2003 377
2004 389
2005 405

4.2. The Manuscripts of Monographs and Yearbooks 424

4.3. Published Papers about the Institute

2001 438
2002 440
2003 440
2004 441
2005 442

4.4. The Personal Chronological Alphabetic-Classed Index

1. Andriyets Yaroslav 448
2. Andrushenko Oksana 449
3. Geyko Anatoliy 452
4. Gyrman Olha 458
5. Gorodnycha Yuliya 461
6. Guryn Lyudmyla 462
7. Karunna Olha 464
8. Kovalenko Oksana 467
9. Kosyi Oleh 472
10. Lykova Oksana 473
11. Lytvynenko Svitlana 477
12. Luhovyi Roman 483
13. Metka Lyudmyla 486
14. Mishchanyn Viktor 495
15. Motriy Valentyna 509
16. Nyemets Ihor 511
17. Ovcharenko Lyudmyla 513
18. Panasyuk Halyna 522
19. Poshyvailo Oles 525
20. Pravdenko Olha 559
21. Rakhno Kostyantyn 560
22. Semchenko Halyna 567
23. Smorzh Leonid 570
24. Spilnyk Viktoriya 574
25. Trotska Valentyna 575
26. Chechel Zhanna 580
27. Chopenko Nina 583
28. Shcherban Anatoliy 585
29. Shcherban Olena 594

4.5. The Statistics of the Published Works of the Institute Researchers
(20012005) 600

4.6. The List of the Periodicals, in Which the Papers of the Institute Researchers
Were Published 601

4.7. The Institute Publications 603

The National Scientific Yearbook The Bibliography of Ukrainian Pottery 603
The National Scientific Yearbook The Ukrainian Ceramology 609
The National Scientific Ukrainian Ceramological Journal 614
Smorzh Leonid. The Daughter of a Potter (Possessed by Ceramics) 641
Mishchanyn Viktor. The Northern Group of the Little Pottery Centres
of the Opishne Pottery Region (the Late Nineteenth the Twentieth Centuries) 642

4.8. The Engaged Authors of the Articles Published in the Periodicals
of the Institute 649

4.9. The Index of the Articles Published in The Ukrainian Ceramological
Journal (20012005) 707

4.10. The Geographic Author Index and the Statistics of the Articles Published
in The Ukrainian Ceramological Journal (20012005) 719

4.11. The Index of the Articles Published in the National Scientific Yearbook
The Ukrainian Ceramology (20012002) 720

4.12. The Geographic Author Index and the Statistics of the Articles Published
in the National Scientific Yearbook The Ukrainian Ceramology (20012002) 723

Indexes

Index of Persons 726
Index of Places 738

Addenda

Opishne: Historical Information 748
The National Museum of Ukrainian Pottery in Opishne 750
The Ceramology Institute the Branch of the Ethnology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine 751
The State Specialized Art Boarding School The College of the Arts in Opishne 751
On the Annual National Competition for the Best Publications in the Field of Ceramology, Pottery Craft, Ceramics 752
The Classification Signs of a Modern Ukrainian Ceramologist 754
The Statute of the Earthenware Attributation 755
On the Assistance in the Forming of the Informational Data Bank on the Ceramological Publications 756
The Index of the Articles Published in the National Culturological Yearbook The Ukrainian Pottery (19931999) 757
On the Ceramological Issues 758

 


 

 

 

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