List of Slavists

Nature in Slovenia

This article contains a list of Slavists. A Slavist is a person who studies Slavistics. Slavistics, known sometimes as Slavic Studies or Slavonic Studies, is the study of the Slavic populations.

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17th century – Ivan Uzhevych ?

1753-1829 – Josef Dobrovsky (Czech)

1768-1837 – Francesco Maria Appendini (Italian/Latin)

1780-1844 – Jernej Bartol Kopitar (Slovene)

1781-1864 – Alexander Vostokov (Russian)

1784-1859 – Šime Starčević (Croatian)

1787-1864 – Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (Serbian)

1795-1861 – Pavel Jozef Safárik (Slovak) – One of the first scientific Slavists

1802-1839 – Yuriy Venelin (Russian)

1808-1877 – Osip Bodyansky (Russian)

1809-1872 – Ljudevit Gaj (Croatian)

1812-1880 – Izmail Sreznevsky (Russian)

1813-1891 – Franz Miklosich (Slovene)

1825-1888 – Josef Jireček (Czech)

1837-1883 – Vikentij Makusev (Russian)

1838-1923 – Vatroslav Jagić (Croatian)

1840-1916 – August Leskien (German)

1845-1909 – Risto Kovačić (Risan)

1846-1906 – Luko Zore (Ragusan)

1848-1933 – Zamfir Arbore (Bukovinan/Romanian)

1854-1918 – Konstantin Josef Jireček (Austro-Hungarian/Czech)

1854-1938 – Tomislav Maretić (Croatian)

1858-1933 – Jirí Polívka (Czech)

1859-1921 – Alfred Anton Jensen (Swedish)

1859-1934 – Lazar Saineanu (Romanian)

1859-1938 – Friedrich Salomon Krauss (Croatian/Austrian)

1860-1942 – Milan Resetar (Serbian)

1864-1949 – Paul Boyer (French)

1864-1952 – Adolf Černy (Czech)

1865-1945 – Carl Patsch (Austrian)

1866-1936 – Antoine Meillet (French)

1871-1940 – Nicolae Iorga (Romanian)

1873-1945 – Ilie Barbulescu (Romanian)

1874-1926 – Krste Misirkov (Ottoman/Russian/Bulgarian)

1877-1942 – Henri Stahl (Romanian)

1882-1970 – Elsa Mahler (Russian)

1883-1951 – Reinhold Trautmann (German)

1884-1928 – Noburu Katagami (Japanese)

1884-1962 – Stjepan Ivšić (Croatian)

1885-1968 – William John Rose (Canadian)

1890-1977 – André Vaillant (French)

1893-1972 – Clarence Manning (American)

1893-1975 – Francis Dvornik (Czech)

1894-1976 – Mark Lvovich Slonim (Russian)

1894-1980 – Nichita Smochina (Transnistrian/Russian?)

1895-1975 – Mikhail Bakhtin (Russian)

1896-1982 – Roman Jakobson (Russian)

1898-1965 – István Kniezsa (Hungarian)

1899-1968 – Emil Petrovici (Romanian)

1900-1967 – Petre P. Panaitescu (Romanian)

1900-1977 – Christian Schweigaard Stang (Norwegian)

1905-1986 – Josip Hamm (Croatian)

1906-1999 – Dmitry Likhachov (Russian) – World’s foremost scholar of the Old East Slavic Language and its literature

1907-2000 – Mihai Pop (Romanian)

1908-2002 – George Shevelov (Ukrainian/American)

1909-1990 – František Kopečny (Czech)

1909-1997 – Isaiah Berlin (Russian/British)

1910-1993 – France Bezlaj (Slovenian)

1914-1995 – Kenneth Setton (American)

1915-2005 – John Simon Gabriel Simmons (British)

1917-2004 – Thomas Gustav Winner (American)

1918-2010 – Horace Gray Lunt (American)

1919-2012 – Ladislav Matejka (Czech)

1920-2013 – Edward Stankiewicz (Polish/American)

1920-2019 – Eric Pratt Hamp (American)

1921-2005 – Rado Lencek (Slovene)

1922-1993 – Yuri Lotman (Estonian)

1922-2008 – Miloš Velimirović (American)

1922-2005 – Harry Willetts (English)

1924-1999 – Pavle Ivić (Serbian)

1924-present – Alexander M. Schenker (American)

1925-2002 – Henrik Birnbaum (American)

1926-present – François de Labriolle (French)

1927-2003 – Wolfgang Kasack (German)

1927-2009 – Dalibor Brozović (Croatian)

1927-2011 – Asim Peco (Bosnian)

1927-2015 – Martin Nag (Norwegian)

1928-2017 – Radoslav Vecerka (Czech)

1928-present – Irwin Weil (American)

1929-1998 – Irina Rusanova (Russian)

1931-2012 – Harold Shukman (British)

1931-2018 – Blaze Ristovski (Macedonian)

1931-present – Vladimir Dybo (Russian)

1934-present – Janusz Rieger (Polish)

1935-2015 – Edward L. Keenan (Russian)

1935-present – Andrey Zaliznyak (Russian)

1936-2014 – Roman Laskowski (Polish)

1937-1991 – Larry Gene Heien (American)

1937-1992 – Kenneth Naylor (American)

1937-2012 – Omry Ronen (American)

1937-present – Boris Andreevich Uspenskij (Russian)

1937-present – Jostein Børtnes (Norwegian)

1937-present – Ewa Thompson (Polish/American)

1938-present – Branko Mikasinovich (Serbian)

1939-2009 – Berhard Gröschel (German)

1940-present – Jacek Baluch (Polish)

1941-present – Wayles Browne (American)

1941-present – Aleksandr Dmitrievich Dulichenko (Russian/Estonian)

1943-present – Werner Lehfeldt (German)

1943-present – Svein Mønnesland (Norwegian)

1945-present – Paul Robert Magocsi (American)

1946-present – Stjepan Damjanović (Croatian)

1946-present – Jerome Robert Shaw (American)

1947-present – Alojzije Jembrih (Croatian)

1948-present – Gary Saul Morson (American)

1949-present – Victor Friedman (American)

1952-present – Ivan Alexeyevich Charota (Belarusian)

1956-present – Clare Cavanagh (American)

1957-present – Georg Holzer (Austrian)

1959-present – Dejan Ajdačić (Serbian)

1963-present – Angelika Nussberger (German)

1964-present – Snježana Kordić (Croatian)

1965-present – Irina Antanasijević (Russian/Serbian)

1968-present – Jovan Ajduković (Serbian)

1973-present – Ekaterina Velmezova (Russian/Swiss)

1976-present – Motoki Nomachi (Japanese)

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References;

(1) – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Slavists

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