Displaying items by tag: Slavic Studies
August 19, 1934 – April 05, 2001
Bulgarian, Russian and Czechoslovakian literary critic, mediaevalist and folklorist.
A graduate of Moscow University, a Slavophile, a Slavicist and a diplomat who introduced Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Russian people.
The first professional Slovenian writer, classic, novelist, playwright, journalist, critic and poet. He was the author of 30 books: nine novels, a range of novellas and collections of fiction, dramatic plays and comedies, a central figure of Slovenian modernism.
The Society of History and Russian Antiquites (SHRA, 1804–1929) is one of the oldest academic societies in Russia, originated at Moscow University with the purpose of the study of and critical publication of Russian chronicles and played an important role in the development of Slavic studies in Russia in the first half of the 19th century.
A slavicist, historian, academician, а far from straightforward figure in the history of Russian scholarship. Coupled with a sincere love for Bulgaria and Bulgarian culture were many of the archetypal traits of the “new academics” of the Soviet nation of the 1920s–1940s.