Katica Ḱulavkova (born in 1951)

Katica Ḱulavkova was born in 1951, in Veles. She is a poet, literary theorist, essayist, anthologist, storyteller, university professor, and academician, writing in Macedonian. Her main research interests are related to the literary theory and hermeneutics, comparative literature, Macedonian and South Slavic literatures, critical theory Continue Reading

Liljana Minova-Ǵurkova (1939–2008)

Liljana Minova-Ǵurkova was born in 1939 in Prilep. She graduated in 1963 at the Department of Macedonian Language at the Faculty of Philosophy. She began her career at the Institute of Macedonian Language “Krste Misirkov” in Skopje (1963‒1977), in the Department for Modern Language. In Continue Reading

Vera Bitrakova-Grozdanova (born in 1939)

Bitrakova-Grozdanova was born in 1939 in Ohrid, where she finished the high school (1958). She received her higher education at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, Department of Archeology (1962), where she also completed her Master’s Degree (1972) and received her PhD (1984) with the Continue Reading

Zeynep Zafer

Zeynep Zafer (Zeynep Ibrahimova) was born in 1958 in the village of Kornitsa (Bulgaria). When she was 15 years old she witnessed a bloody violence act caused by the attempts of the  the communist regime to assimilate by force the Pomaks (Bulgarian speaking Muslims). During Continue Reading

Dilhan Eryurt (1926-2012)

She was born in İzmir, 1926. Finishing Ankara Girls High School, she enrolled to the Department of Mathematics and Astronomy at Istanbul University. She then started to work as an assistant at University of Ankara and then completed her PhD on Astrophysics in 1953. She Continue Reading