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Adla Isanović

Adla Isanović

Adla Isanović, Ph.D, is Associate Professor at The Academy of Fine Arts of the University in Sarajevo, where she teaches multimedia. She holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the Postgraduate School ZRC...

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Ante Ciliga

Ante Ciliga

He was born in the small Istrian village of Šegotići (part of Marčana). Istria was then the Austrian Littoral (now in Croatia). The contingencies of history...

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Erica Wallach

Erica Wallach

She was born in Schlawe, Germany, and left at age 14 with her family for Spain in 1935 after Hitler seized control.

She worked as a nurse in the Spanish Civil War on the loyalist side for...

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Hans Hecker

Hans Hecker

Nach Abitur in Essen und Wehrdienst studierte Hecker in Berlin und Köln Osteuropäische Geschichte, Mittlere und Neuere...

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Harold Julian Amery

Harold Julian Amery

Harold Julian Amery, Baron Amery of Lustleigh,  (27 March 1919 – 3 September 1996), was a British politician of the Conservative Party, who served as a Member of...

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Heinrich Adalbert von Wlislocki

Heinrich Adalbert von Wlislocki

Der Sohn eines polnischen kaiserlichen Finanzbeamten und einer Siebenbürger Sächsin besuchte nach dem Honterus-Gymnasium in Kronstadt von 1875 bis 1879 die...

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Hugh Seton-Watson

Hugh Seton-Watson

Seton-Watson was one of the two sons of Robert William Seton-Watson, the activist and historian. He was educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford, from where he...

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Isabela-Anda Dragomir

Isabela-Anda Dragomir

Isabela-Anda Dragomir is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Military Sciences, Department of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities, “Nicolae Bălcescu” Land Forces...

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John Smith

John Smith

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Judita Šalgo

Judita Šalgo

Judita Šalgo is considered a very important figure in the evolution of Yugoslav feminism, as well as in the development of experimental prose and poetry in the cultural capital of...

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Kinga Júlia Király

Kinga Júlia Király

Kinga Júlia Király is a writer, literary translator, and playwright. She graduated in dramaturgy from the University of Arts in her hometown...

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Klára Fehér

Klára Fehér

Fehér was born in Újpest in 1919. She attended Budapest University from 1945 to 1948 and at the same time she wrote for a newspaper. In 1979 she became a freelance...

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Konstantin Joseph Jiriček

Konstantin Joseph Jiriček

Jireček was the son of Czech historian Josef Jireček (1825–1888) and Božena, a daughter of Slovak philologist Pavel Jozef Šafárik (1795–1861). His...

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László Waldapfel

László Waldapfel

László Waldapfel was born in 1911, and studied at Budapest University to become a gymnasium teacher like his father. The discriminatory laws of the era forbade him — as they did...

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Mihaela Gligor

Mihaela Gligor

Mihaela Gligor is a Scientific Researcher in the field of Philosophy at The Romanian Academy, “George Bariţiu” Institute of History Cluj-Napoca, Department of Socio-Human...

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Olga Ştefan

Olga Ştefan

Olga Ştefan is a freelance curator, writer, and lecturer originally from Chicago. Since 2009, she has been living in Zurich, Switzerland. Before this, from 2005-2008, she was...

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Paul Hazard

Paul Hazard

Paul Gustave Marie Camille Hazard, was a French professor and historian of ideas.

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Schalom Asch

Schalom Asch

Sholem Asch, also written Shalom Ash, was a Polish-Jewish novelist, dramatist, and essayist in the Yiddish language who settled in the United States.

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Siméon Radev

Siméon Radev

Radev was born in the town of Resen in the Macedonia region of the Ottoman Empire in 1879. He studied at the Bulgarian schools in Resen, Ohrid and Bitola before finishing the Galatasaray High...

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