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From the history of Warsaw higher womens’ courses (1909–1915): on teaching philosophy and professor E.A. Bobrov

N.Kh. Orlova , L.S. Moskovchuk
80,00 Р

UDC 93/94:378

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.08-20.100         

N.Kh. Orlova is Dr.Sci. (Philosophy), prof. at Uniwersytet Zielonogуrski (Poland) and St. Petersburg State University e-mail: nadinor@mail.ru ; and L.S. Moskovchuk is Cand.Sci. (Philosophy), doc. at St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University “LETI” e-mail: lsmoskovchuk@etu.ru

 

Continued is a cycle of publications about the role of university professors in the history of the higher education tradition formation for women. This article is about the history of the Warsaw Higher Women’ Courses, opened in the Imperial Warsaw University at 1909. Teaching was leading for students by university programs with university professors. The figure of professor Eugene Alexandrovich Bobrov (1867–1933) is outstanding. Brilliant university teacher, philosopher, literary scholar, he many years of his life was associated with the University of Warsaw. E.A. Bobrov taught philosophical disciplines from the first academic year and continued to serve in this field after evacuation of Warsaw University in 1915 to the city of Rostov-on-Don. The article highlights professor Bobrov’s contribution to development of women university education.

Key words: Warsaw Imperial University, Warsaw Higher women courses, history of philosophical education, professor Eugene Alexandrovich Bobrov, First World War.

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