ZHUKOVSKAYA T.N. National groups among professors of the Saint-Petersburg university in the early 19th century

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2011.2.2

Zhukovskaya Tatiana Nikolaevna

Kandidat Nauk (History), Associate Professor, Department of Russian History up to the 20th century,

St.-Petersburg State University

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Abstract. The results of investigations open a more mixed composition of the professorial corporation at St. Petersburg University than at other universities. The ethnic Germans were the predominant but not a monolithic group among the foreign professors. The German professors included the representatives of different groups, i.e. the Ostsee Germans graduated Dorpat University, the Carpatho-Rusyns invited from the Austrian Empire and the offsprings of St Petersburg Germans. There were just few conflicts between different groups of professors; we could name the professional controversy.

Key words: Saint-Petersburg University, professors, national groups among corporation, the invitation of foreigners.

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