Princess Dashkova’s Memoirs make it possible to follow the important events in her life from her personal perspective. Ekaterina Romanovna Vorontsova was born on 17 March 1743 in St. Petersburg in the family of Count Roman Ilarionovich Vorontsov. At the age of two, she lost
She was descended from the famous and wealthy noble family Dyagilev. She was born on April 5, 1837 in Perm, and was the eldest of the nine children of the family. As a child, she enjoyed freedom, she was cheerful and rebellious. For this reason
The first evidences of Bulgarian female education are from the end of the 18th – early 19th century, when the idea still had no social support. At that time, the girls were trained by nuns in few monasteries. (Anastassia Dimitrova) Only in 1841, in occasion
Born in Koprivstitsa, she studied at the primary school in her own village. Graduated at the Female High School in Kiev with scholarship, Kirkovitch had been working in Plovdiv, Pirdop and Koprivstitsa. She was a principal of the First Female High School – Sofia and
Physician. First woman professor of ophtalmology in a Romanian univeristy. She studied in Iasi and became a practician in Paris. She got her Ph.D. in medicine in Iasi in 1899.
Mathematician. Studied in Bucharest and Sorbonne. She co-founded the journal Gazeta matematică. She founded in 1896 the Institute Pompilian, a high school for woman.
First woman physician in Romania. She studied medicine in Zurich. In 1884, she became doctor in medicine, specialized in gynecology. She got involved in feminist activities.
She was born in a rich family of jews in Bessarabia. From 1892 she went to Switzerland where she studied at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Berne, in 1895 successfully supported the doctoral thesis on comparative analysis of the philosophical writings of
Natalia was born in Florence in 1859. She remained orphan and raised by her uncle Constantin Moruzi and his wife Princess Catinca. Natalia Keşco, only 16 years old, married Prince Milan Obrenovici in Belgrade’s cathedral on October 17, 1875. On March 6, 1882, Serbia became
Iulia Hasdeu was born on November 14, 1869. At 6 years and 7 months, she wrote a novel about the life and deeds of Michael the Brave. At the age of eight she graduated from the primary school, already enjoying French, English and German, and