Brown Fyodor( Philologist)
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Born in 1862. In 1885, Mr.. graduated from the historical-philological faculty of St. Petersburg University, from 1888. began to lecture at the university on the history of Western literature and Germanic Philology, at the same time elected a lecturer of German language. In 1900, to protect the master's thesis, was appointed extraordinary professor in the department history of Western literature (from 1905. - Ordinary professor of the same department). With the resumption in 1905. university autonomy, Brown was first elected Dean of History and Philology, and in 1906. - The first elected vice-rector, in which position he stayed until 1908, folding it in a matter of principle, Brown was in the same year again elected dean (until 1910), and in 1911. re-elected to this post. Brown is a professor of St. Petersburg University, . higher rates of female, . higher literary history courses (Raeva), . member of the Imperial Archaeological Commission, . member of the academic committee of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, . as well as chairman neofilologicheskogo Society at St. Petersburg University,
. Scientific activities Brown seeks to examine the cultural relationship of Germanic and Slavic worlds, in the first period of interest was focused on his role in this regard is ready, here are, . mainly, . work: "Die letzten Schicksale der Krimgoten" (St. Petersburg, . 1890) and "Researches in the field gotoslavyanskih relations,
. I. Goths and their neighbors to V in. First period: the years of the Vistula "(Master's thesis), - in the" Compendium II branch of the Imperial Academy of Sciences ", t. 64. Last time, Brown is working Norman matter; possessing equally Scandinavian and Russian material, . Brown gave in this area a lot of value, called the publication of the first found in Russia, the Scandinavian runic inscriptions ( "Swedish runic inscription, . found on the island Berezan "- in" Proceedings of the Imperial Archaeological Commission "for 1907, . No.,
. 23), . article about the names of the Dnipro rapids (the "Collection in honor of Count Bobrinsky", . 1911), . small study "Hvem var Yngvarr eum vidforliN" (Swedish magazine "Fornvannen", . 1910; the same in Russian: "Who was Ingvar puteshestvennikN" in the 4 th issue of the Notes Neofilologicheskogo Society, . 1910); "Friand and Shimon, . sons of Norman Prince Africana "(" Proceedings of the department of Russian Language and Literature of the Imperial Academy of Sciences ", . t,
. VII, Prince. 1, 1902) and others. Brown belongs to several historical and literary articles in the publication of works by Shakespeare, Byron (ed. Brockhaus-Efron), a number of scientific and critical articles in "Live Antiquities" (Mariupol Greeks "in 1901, January, etc.)," Education "and 82-volume" Encyclopedic Dictionary "Brockhaus-Efron. As a teacher, Brown was one of the first who pointed to the need to review the methods of teaching modern languages and to facilitate this review a series of public lectures.