Dobiash-Christmas Olga Antonovna( historian)
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Biography Dobiash-Christmas Olga Antonovna
(born in 1875), of Czech origin. She graduated from St. Petersburg University for Women in 1899, dealt primarily with the average history under the guidance of Professor IM. Grevs. She taught history and Russian language in the women's gymnasium and Tagantsev Stoyuninoy; actively participated in the teachers' union movement. In 1907, Mr.. elected as a teacher of St. Petersburg Higher Women's Courses, where he gives lectures and seminars on the history of the Middle Ages. Spent two years in Paris, specifically studying the history of medieval France, auxiliary historical sciences. After a brilliant defense of a thesis "La vie paroissiale en France au XIII siecle" (Paris, 1911) received a doctorate from Paris University. She has published more: "Some problems ioahimizma and St. Petersburg manuscript writings of Joachim of Fiore" ( "Journal of the Ministry of National Education", . 1913), . Notes and extracts from the Latin manuscripts of the Imperial Public Library "(" Historical Review ", . Volume XIX), . two articles (from the history of medieval France) in the Collection of the students of Professor IM,
. Grevs and a number of articles in this dictionary.