Vestnik Evropy

Vestnik Evropy

 

(Journal of Europe). (1) A biweekly journal published in Moscow from 1802 to 1830. Founded by N. M. Karamzin. Along with literature and art, this journal elucidated problems of Russia’s foreign and domestic policy, as well as the history and political life of foreign countries. In 1814 Vestnik Evropy published A. S. Pushkin’s first poem, “To My Friend the Poet.” Beginning in 1815 the journal took a conservative direction.

(2) A monthly journal published in Petersburg from 1866 to 1918. The editor and publisher was M. M. Stasiulevich (through 1908). This journal paid particular attention to history and politics. Its contributors included such major scholars as K. A. Timiriazev, I. M. Sechenov, I. I. Mechnikov, S. M. Solov’ev, K. D. Kavelin, A. F. Koni, A. N. Veselovskii, A. N. Pypin, and D. N. Ovsianiko-Kulikovskii. The literary section printed works by I. S. Turgenev, I. A. Goncharov, A. N. Ostrovskii, P. D. Boborykin, and, during the 1880’s, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin. Vestnik Evropy adhered to a bourgeois liberal tendency.

REFERENCES

Ocherki po istorii russkoi zhurnalistiki i kritiki, vol. 1. Leningrad, 1950.
Katalog zhurnala “Vestnik Evropy” za 25 let, 1866-1890. St. Petersburg, 1891.
“Dopolnitel’nyi katalog zhurnala Vestnik Evropy za istekshee piatiletie, 1891-1895.” Vestnik Evropy, 1895, no. 12. For the years 1896-1900, ibid., 1900, no. 12; for the years 1901-1905, ibid., 1906, no. 12.
Koni, A. F. “Vestnik Evropy,” Sobr. soch., vol. 7. Moscow, 1969. Pages 220-59.
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43) Anton Fedyashin's book, which focuses on the "thick journal" Vestnik Evropy (The Herald of Europe, as he translates it), covers this period in the history of Russian liberalism.
Dmitriev's critical review of the play in 1825, "Zamechaniia na suzhdeniia 'Telegrafa,'" Vestnik Evropy, no.
Khizhniakov, "lz pereselencheskikh skitanii," Vestnik evropy (1910) #2: 107.
Religiya indusov v epokhu Ved"/Hindu Religion during the Veda Epoch/, Vestnik Evropy, (1892), 4, 662-696; 5, 216-242
Zhukovskii, for example, at the time of his editorship of Vestnik Evropy (1808-10) translated and published a number of contes orientales (see M.
See also the obituary reference employing the same term (and adding the titles of critic and historian), dated 31 July 1900, in Vestnik Evropy (September): 401-12.
Iadrintsev, "Nashi vyseleniia i kolonizatsiia," Vestnik Evropy, no.
Ljudmila," the first of the three poems by Zukovskij based on Burger's "Lenore, "was completed in April 1808 and published in Vestnik Evropy, 1808, No.
Eshevskii, "Russkaia kolonizatsiia severovostochnogo kraia" (1857), Vestnik Evropy, no.
24) Somewhat later, in 1826, a semi-anonymous tract in Vestnik Evropy likewise declared, "Russia has always distinguished itself before all states by its sensible, wise religious toleration," which consisted in allowing non-Orthodox subjects to confess their religion freely to the extent that they "contribute to the fatherland's general welfare.
52) In the course of nearly 25 years, he published many articles in Vestnik Evropy on religious freedom.