In 1876 went to Switzerland where she got acquainted with the issues of upbringing children based on Pestalozzi methods, new pedagogical ideas in Switzerland and France. Visited Paris, Zurich. On returning home got involved in cultural-educational life of the country. Soon her literary translations were
Literary and public figure, particularly in women’s education and rights field. Her articles were regularly published in periodicals. In 1874 wrote the first book in culinary “The Complete Cuisine”. Author of poetry, prose and drama. Created her own method of teaching literacy.
Born in Bansko. Graduated from a high school in Stara Zagora and the Fine Arts Academy in Brussels (1893). Teacher and principal of the Princess Marie Louise Vocational School – Sofia and a private vocational school. Author of sewing textbooks (First handbook on stitching and
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
Born in the Czech lands, she graduated from a pedagogical school in Prague. Married a Bulgarian, became a teacher in female schools in Karlovo, Kalofer, Pazardjik, Vidin, Samokov, Tarnovo, Stara Zagora, Plovdiv, Varna, and Sofia (1867-1903). She was a member of women’s societies, translator and
Feminist. She studied in France at Sorbonne and Collège de France. She founded the feminist journal Dochia, and run several other feminist journals as Romanca and Viitorul româncelor.
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.
Is a director of the Public City Library in Chisinau (the only gubernial library that was sustained by the state) from 1884 until 1917. For training herself went to Harkov, Poltava and Odesa in 1899, during this trip she created the the alphabetically-systematic catalog of