Имена финно-угорского мира

Раздел «Имена» содержит справочную информацию о выдающихся личностях финно-угорского мира. В данном разделе вы найдете сведенья, как о реальных исторических личностях, так и о легендарных героях народов уральской языковой семьи.

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ВОЙДИТЕ, ЧТОБЫ ОСТАВЛЯТЬ КОММЕНТАРИИ
Khomich Ludmila Vasilievna (09.07.1921 – 23.02.2011) a famous ethnographer, linguist, PhD of History, leading researcher of the Samoyedic peoples.She had started her ethnographical career as late as before the war began, in 1939, when after leaving school she entered the department of Ethnography of Leningrad State University. In 1947 she graduated from the University and was offered a post-graduate study. In 1949 she came to North for the first time. She defended her Doctoral thesis in 1951, when she was working as a lecturer of Ethnography of the Northern Peoples and a teacher of the Nenets language at A.I. Herzen’s Pedagogical Institute. Ludmila Khomich was working at the department of the Peoples of the Far North of Herzen’s Pedagogical Institute from 1950 till 1956.At that time she compiled a short Nenets-Russian dictionary for elementary school. (L., 1954), and composed a range of handbooks on the Nenets language for teachers’ colleges.In 1953 she undertook another expedition to the Nenets region. In 1956 Ludmila Vasilievna started working at the Siberian sector of the Leningrad department of AS USSR Institute of Ethnography, where she stayed for 35 years – up to her retirement.In 1966 she published a monograph “The Nenets people. Historic and ethnographical essays”. Ten years later appeared the second book of hers: “Problems of ethnogenesis and ethnical history of the Nenets people”. (L., 1976)There were also published different popular science editions including: “The Nganasans people”, “The Sami people”, an album ‘The Nenets people. Traditional culture. Economy” L. Khomich took part in preparations of an issue “The Nenets folklore” in the series “Folklore of the Peoples of the North and Far East”.Till her last days Ludmila Vasilievna Khomich went on working hard, and not only in the sphere of science. In the evening of her life she made the dream of her early years come true. In 2005 she completed and published her novel “Love and death came hand in hand” about war and blockade, which was written as long ago as in 1948-49. In the early 1990s she published fragments of her story about the North “Good day, Sun!” in the “Yamalsky Meridian” journal (1992, №1, 4; 1994, № 6), which became her debut as a prosaist. 
Dyakonov Nikolai Mikhailovich (28.03.1911 – 21.11.1982) was born in the village of Ust-Vym of Yarensky district of the Vologda province (which is now Ust-Vymsky district of the Komi Republic). He began his career as a playwright in the late 1930s. He wrote 6 plays in co-authorship with the actor S. Ermolin: “Dgudhyd Zapan” (“Deep Zapan”, 1938), “Kyrnyshyas” (“Crows”, 1938), “Domna Kalikova” (1939) and the others.  
Fyodor Fyodorovich Ushakov (February 24, 1744–October 14, 1817) was the most illustrious Russian naval commander and admiral of the 18th century.

 

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