Born in Sopot, she studied by nuns at the Sopot Female Monastery. After death of her husband, she had been working as a teacher over 40 years – in Sofia, Samokov, Kyustendil, Ohrid, Prilep, Veles, Thessaloniki, and Rakitovo (1858-1894).
Born in Stara Zagora, she studied at the Kalofer Female Monastery and the Pedagogical High School in Odessa (1857). She founded the first elementary female school in Pleven (1857). Taught in Pleven, Gabrovo, and Stara Zagora, where became a principal of the Female Municipal High
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
Born in Pleven in poor family. Adopted by the Bishop’s mother, she attended the Kalofer Female Monastery where trained herself to be teacher, studying geography, history, grammar, arithmetic, etc. Dimitrova taught over 50 years in girls’ schools. She was respected lecturer in hygiene and other
Enlightenment pedagogical theories about female education and their spread in the Black Sea Region In the 19th century a public debate began in Bulgarian society on the question of whether a woman’s education is necessary. On the one hand, the proponents of the traditional view
Khadija Khanim Alibekova, one of the first women- enlighters and educators. In 1911 she became the editor of the first female newspaper “Ishik” (“Light”) in the Muslim East. The newspaper was published at the expense of the well-known philanthropist Haji Zeynalabdin Tagiyev.
Govhar khanum Gaibova is the daughter of the Caucasian mufti, poet and educator Mirza Mohammed Gaibzade. She graduated from the Tiflis Institute of Noble Maidens with a gold medal, taught at the Tiflis and Baku women’s schools, and educated illiterate women. The wife of General
Hamid-khanum Ahmad bey qizi Mamedkulizadeh (nee Javanshir) is one of the first Azerbaijani educators, public figure, the wife of writer and publicist Jalil Mammadguluzadeh.
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 in the Revolution of 1848 in Transylvania. She studied in Budapest to become a teacher.