On February 20, 2022, the STOUH International Friendship Club paid a visit to the Diocese of Russia and New Nakhchivan of the Armenian Apostolic Church, as well as to the Tapan Museum and NUR Youth Union.
On February 3, 2022, the second session of STOUH’s Open Seminar of the Department of Eastern Christian Philology and Eastern Churches was held, as part of the work of the research group on “Greco-Byzantine and Latin Heritage in the Ethno-confessional Traditions of the Christian East: From Preservation to Creative Development”.
On January 25, 2022, at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of the Theological Faculty, a roundtable discussi0on took place on “From abstract knowledge to the intuition of universality. Semyon Frank’s ‘Subject of Knowledge’ in the context of the reception and representation of epistemological ideas”. The event was part of the winter session of STOUH’s 32nd Annual Theological Conference.
On January 20, 2022, as part of the 32nd Annual Theological Conference at Saint Tikhon’s Orthodox University of the Humanities (STOUH), Very Rev. Dr. Oleg Davydenkov, Head of Department of Eastern Christian Philology and Eastern Churches at STOUH, chaired a conference section on “History and Literature of the Christian East”.
The section took place from January 21–22 in STOUH’s conference hall in a hybrid format. All in all, 23 talks were given by scholars from Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Rostov Veliky) and other countries (Germany, Greece, China, and Armenia).
On December 28–29, 2020, virtual sessions of an Orthodox Open Seminar organized by the German Diocese of the Russian Church Abroad were held.
From December 13–23, 2021, Prof. Maria Desiatova and lecturer Aleksandra Dykan were involved in holding in the Second Online School of Russian as a Foreign Language for students of the Catholic University of Milan.
On 29 th November 2021, the III International Festival “An Epoch in Miniature. Dante and His Path in the World Culture” in the Cathedral Chamber of the St. Tikhon's Orthodox University for the Humanities was closed. In the year of the 700 th anniversary year of the death of Dante Alighieri, “An Epoch in Miniature” Festival was dedicated to the heritage of the great Italian poet.
4-5 November 2021 Bibilioteca Agustiniana (Buenos Aires, Argentina) hosted the VII International Patristics Conference "“Mulier, quid ploras?” (Jn 20.15). Imágenes y lecturas de lo femenino en los padres de la Iglesia".
27 October 2021, the Cathedral Chamber held the solemn opening of the III International Festival “An Epoch in Miniature”, which this year is dedicated to the legacy of Dante Alighieri.
On 26 October 2021, Irina Redkova, an Associate Professor of the General History Department of the History and Philology Faculty of PSTGU, spoke with the report «Medieval City in Latin Theology of the XII Century» at a meeting of the Medieval Seminar arranged by Ksenia Alexandrova at the Department of Romance and Germanic Philology.
27 October – 29 November 2021 the III International Festival “An Epoch in Miniature. Dante and His Path in the World Culture” will take place in Moscow, in the Cathedral Chamber of the St. Tikhon's Orthodox University for the Humanities (Likhov lane, 6). In the year of the 700 th anniversary year of the death of Dante Alighieri, “An Epoch in Miniature” Festival is dedicated to the heritage of the great Italian poet.