Born in Struga in a teachers family. She graduated from a high school in Kiev. She had been working as a teacher in Shoumen, Etropole, Svishtov, Prilep and the Bulgarian girls’ gymnasium in Thessaloniki. Her memories were published after her death by her son. She
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 Rousse in a poor family. She graduated from a female high school in Moscow. She had been working as a high school teacher in the Rousse, Plovdiv and Sofia female high schools. Translator of French and Russian, writer and journalist. Wife of Petko
Publicist, feminist. She studied in Iasi and London. In Iasi she worked as a teacher. She founded `Unirea educatoarelor romane` in Iasi (1909-1916).
She took part with her husband to the Revolution of 1848 in Bucharest. While in exile in Paris, she published Les principautés danubiennes. She inspired Rosenthal for his painting Romania revolutionara (Revolutionary Romania).
Feminist, writer. She founded ‘Liga drepturilor si datoriilor femeilor’ in Iasi in 1911. Member of the Central committee of the International Women Suffrage Alliance.
Romanian journalist and feminist. She founded in 1872, the first feminist association in Banat, in Timisoara, `Reuniunea doamnelor`.
Romanian feminist, writer, musician, actress. She run the woman magazine, Femeea romana. She published poems, she translated E. Scribe’s comedies.
Writer and activist for women rights. Studied in Vienna and Paris. She got involved in the organization of the Romanian educational system. She wrote poems, novels, but also literary critique.
Militant for the union of Wallachia and Moldavia. Her husband Nicolae Vogoride tried to hinder the unification of the two principalities but she discovered his letters and sent them to be published. Eventually she left her husband and traveled to Europe.