Whipper Robert Yurievich( Historian)
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Biography Whipper Robert Yurievich
Born in 1859, Mr.. He graduated from the course at Moscow University on History and Philology. In 1892, Mr.. for archival classes traveled to Geneva in preparation for the dissertation: "Church and State in Geneva in the XVI. in the era of Calvinism "(Moscow, 1894). For the protection of this work was for him right doctorate and was appointed to the chair of General History at the University of Novorossiysk. At the present time is a professor at Moscow University. In connection with the main work is another work of Wigner on the history of the XVI century, were published in "World of God", 1897, entitled "Society, State, Culture XVI in the West", this includes his other articles from the era of humanism and Reformation. Another category of works is Wigner book "Social doctrine and the historical flow of XVIII and XIX centuries in connection with the social movement in the West" (St. Petersburg, 1900) and some articles of historical and philosophical nature. Since 1900. Whipper began publishing a series of books: "Ancient History to middle age", "History of the Middle Ages," "Modern History for high school gymnasiums". The last two came out of the textbook, in addition, in abbreviated form. At Moscow University Whipper teaches courses on ancient history and the history of the XIX century. Some of these courses is published in book "Lectures on the history of Greece" (Moscow, 1905) and "Essays on the history of the Roman Empire" (Moscow, 1908). In addition, Whipper teaches courses in ethnology - scientific department, he also proposed the introduction in 1905. subject of teaching the history and philology faculty. In 1910,. Whipper published a methodological course content under the title "Essays on the theory of historical knowledge" (earlier - in the journal "Modern World"). In 1912, Mr.. Whipper published a collection of articles published in various periodicals, under the title "Two of the intelligentsia and other essays. 1900 - 1912.