Degurov Anton Antonovich (Dyugurov)( professor of Kharkov and Rector of St. Petersburg University)
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Biography Degurov Anton Antonovich (Dyugurov)
Frenchman Jeudy Dugour, professor of Kharkov and Rector of St. Petersburg University, was born near Clermont in 1765 or 1766 g. During the revolution, was a professor at the Paris Central School, then went to England and was taken out by Prince Baryatinsky in Russia as an educator. From 1806 to 1816. was a professor of history, geography and statistics at Kharkov University, standing out their administrative abilities as visitator schools (especially in Odessa). Since 1816, Mr.. was a professor of St. Petersburg University, the rout which produced Runich in 1821, launched Degurova in the eyes of the school authorities; Degurov played a role in this case the sender Runich. In 1825, Mr.. He was elected rector of the St. Petersburg University. Died in 1849. He was not a serious scientist, although written very much, his compositions are listed in the "Biographie generale" Didot (Volume XXI, 459). During his stay in Russia, they are printed: "Critique et defense de l'histoire" (Kharkiv, 1807); "De la renaissance des lettres et de la preponderance qu'elles ont donnee a l'Europe sur les autres parties de la terre" (the same in Russian; cm. Rech, . pronounced at the Kharkov University ", . 1812); "De la civilisation des tatars-nogais dans le midi de la Russie europeenne" (Kharkov, . 1816; very interesting essay); "De l'influence des lumieres sur la condition des peuples" (St. Petersburg, . 1826, . translated into Russian Butyrskii); "Recherches sur les enfants trouves et les enfants illegitimes en Russie" (P., . 1839 - 40),
. Wed. Historical-Philological Faculty of Kharkov University for 100 years. "