Архив А.К. Антоновича в библиотеке Вильнюсского университета

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Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Rusų kalba / Russian
Архив А.К. Антоновича в библиотеке Вильнюсского университета
Alternative Title:
Archive of A.K. Antonovich in the Library of Vilnius University
Antanas Antanovičius; Archyvas; Rankraščiai; Korespondencija; Akademiniai kontaktai; Vilniaus universiteto biblioteka; Kitabistika; Lietuvos totoriai
Anton Antonovich; Archive; Manuscripts; Correspondence; Academic contacts; Vilnius University Library; Lithuanian Tartars
Summary / Abstract:

ENThis paper is dedicated to the person of professor of Vilnius University Anton K. Antonovich whose efforts commenced a new phase of research into Lithuanian Tatars' manuscripts. The 50th anniversary of the publication of Professor Antonovich's monograph titled "Belarusian Texts Written in the Arabic Script and Their Graphic-Orthographic System" (1968) was celebrated in 2018. This great work became a handbook for many subsequent generations of kitabists. The Manuscripts Department of the Library of Vilnius University stores the private archive (F. 150) of Professor Antonovich. The archive contains electrographic copies, photocopies and microfilms of the manuscripts that were the objects of the professor's studies and papers and the methodological material for teaching the Polish language. Besides the previously mentioned content, the archive stores the correspondence between the professor and scholars in Slavic and Oriental Studies, ethnographers and historians from different countries. The paper is a review of the correspondence between Professor Antonovich and the following researchers: G. Garecki, A. Greimas, C. Łapicz, J. Reychman, S. Dumin and N. Ulashik. The correspondence provides extensive knowledge about the professor's professional practice from 1964 to 1974, that is before and after the defense of his PhD thesis. Personal contacts as well as mutual assistance and understanding between fellow researchers contributed to the strengthening of academic cooperation and ties between scholarly institutions. [From the publication]

2019-12-19 22:30:45
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