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Scientific Society of Marxists

SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY OF MARXISTS, founded in 1919 by a group of professors and teachers of the Workers' Faculty of Petrograd University including E. A. Engel, M. A. Silvin, N. A. Rozhkov, and M. V

Sechenov I.M., (1829-1905), physiologist

SECHENOV Ivan Mikhailovich (1829-1905), physiologist, philosopher, founder of Russian physiological scientific school, Associate (1869) and honorary member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1904). He came to St. Petersburg in 1843

Sechenov Institute of Physiology and Biochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences

SECHENOV INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY of the Russian Academy of Sciences, located at 44 Toreza Avenue, is the leading scientific and research institution for research into physiological

Sedov G.Y., (1877-1914), polar explorer

SEDOV Georgy Yakovlevich (1877-1914), hydrographer and polar explorer, lieutenant (1912). He graduated from the Naval Cadet Corps in 1901. In 1908, he was assigned to the Chief Hydrographic Administration in St. Petersburg

Semenov N.N., (1896-1986), physicist

SEMENOV Nikolay Nikolaevich (1896-1986), physicist, one of the initiators of chemical physics, founder of a scientific school, member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1932), Hero of Socialist Labour (1966, 1976)

Semenov-Tyan-Shansky P.P., (1827-1914), geographer

SEMENOV-TYAN-SHANSKY (real name Semenov) Peter Petrovich (1827, St. Petersburg - 1914, Petrograd), geographer, statistician, public figure and statesman, honorary member of the St

Shakhmatov А.А., (1864-1920), philologist and historian

SHAKHMATOV Alexey Alexandrovich (1864-1920, Petrograd), philologist and historian, full member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences from 1894. He graduated from Moscow University with a major in history and philology in 1887. Lived in St


"SHARASHKI", the name of secret research institutes or design institutions (Special Design Bureau, Technical Bureau, etc.), that functioned in 1931-55 in the system of the Joint State Political Administration Board of the People's Commissariat of

Shchegolev P.Е. (1877-1931), historian

SHCHEGOLEV Pavel Eliseevich (1877-1931, Leningrad), literary critic, historian, archaeographer and essayist. He entered two faculties of Petersburg University simultaneously in 1895 - the Oriental Faculty and Faculty of History and Philology - but

Shcherba L.V., (1880-1944), linguist

SHCHERBA Lev Vladimirovich (1880, St. Petersburg - 1944), philologist, member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from 1943 and the Academy of Pedagogical Science of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic in 1944

Shcherbatskoy F.I. (1866-1942), orientalist, Indianist, Tibetologist

SHCHERBATSKOY Fedor Ippolitovich (1866-1942), Scholar in Eastern Studies, Sanskritist, Indianist, Tibetologist, Buddhologist, Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1918), Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1925)

Shishkov A.S. (1754-1841), man of letters, philologist, statesman

SHISHKOV Alexander Semenovich (1754-1841, St. Petersburg), a statesman, military leader, philologist, man of letters, Admiral (1824), Honorary Fellow of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1800)

Shishmarev V.F., (1875-1957), philologist

SHISHMAREV Vladimir Fedorovich (1875, St. Petersburg - 1957, Leningrad), philologist, member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from 1946. A. N. Veselovsky's student

Shokalsky Y.М., (1856-1940), geographer

SHOKALSKY Yuly Mikhailovich (1856, St. Petersburg - 1940, Leningrad), geographer, corresponding member and honorary Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in 1923 and 1939, respectively, honoured worker of Science of Russia in 1928

Shrenk L.I., (1826-1894), ethnographer and geographer

SHRENK Leopold Ivanovich (1826-1894, St. Petersburg), geographer, ethnographer, zoologist, and explorer of Siberia and Far East, member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences in 1865. He graduated from Derpt University in 1850

Sidorov M. K. (1823-1887), explorer of the Russian North, public figure

SIDOROV Mikhail Konstantinovich (1823-1887), entrepreneur, public figure, first-guild merchant. He was a student at Arkhangelskaya Gymnasium but failed to finish the course of studies

Slavonic Society, Petersburg

SLAVONIC CHARITABLE SOCIETY OF St. Petersburg, originates from the Moscow Slavonic Charitable Committee, established in 1858 by the circle of Slavophiles headed by M.P

Smirnov V.I., (1887-1974), mathematician

SMIRNOV Vladimir Ivanovich (1887, St. Petersburg - 1974, Leningrad), mathematician, member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1943), Hero of Socialist Labour (1967). He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of St

Smolny Institute

SMOLNY INSTITUTE situated at 1 Smolny Passage, the first and most privileged institute for noble young ladies. Empress Catherine II ordered the foundation of the institute in 1764 as the private Society for the Education of Young Noble Ladies

Smolny, State Museum

SMOLNY, Historic-Memorial State Museum (3 Proletarskoy Diktatury Square). The V. I. Lenin and N. K. Krupskaya Memorial Museum-Room was opened in 1927 in the building of the former Smolny Institute. V. I. Lenin and N. K

Sobko N.P. (1851-1906), art historian

SOBKO Nikolay Petrovich (1851, Tsarskoe Selo - 1906, St. Petersburg), art historian and bibliographer. He was educated at home. From 1871 to 1884, he worked at the Imperial Public Library

Society of Military Enthusiasts

SOCIETY OF MILITARY ENTHUSIASTS, a military science society. It was founded in 1898 on the basis of a military science circle established in Petersburg Garrison in the late 1896 by a group of officers with Major General E. M. Bibikov at the head

Society of Naturalists

SOCIETY OF NATURALISTS, St. Petersburg, situated at 9/7 Universitetskaya Embankment, founded under the auspices of Petersburg University in 1868 in order to contribute to the development of science and spread of scientific knowledge and to explore

Society of Public Universities

SOCIETY OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES, St. Petersburg, founded in 1906 by a group of scientists and public figures in order to render assistance to working people in receiving regular education. The society numbered about 1,200 people by 1910 with Count I

Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of

SOCIOLOGY OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, INSTITUTE OF, located at 25/14 Seventh Krasnoarmeiskaya Street. It was established in 1989 as the Leningrad Branch of the Institute of Sociology

Sollertinsky I.I., (1902-1944), art historian

SOLLERTINSKY Ivan Ivanovich (1902-1944), critic, scholar and teacher. He graduated from the Institute for Art History in 1923 and Romance and Germanic Languages Department of Leningrad State University in 1924

Solovyev V.S. (1853-1900), Philosopher, Poet

Solovyev Vladimir Sergeevich (1853-1900), philosopher, essayist, poet. Solovyev graduated from the Faculty of History and Philology of Moscow University in 1873

Somov A.I., (1830-1909), art historian

SOMOV Andrey Ivanovich (1830, St. Petersburg - 1909, ibid.), art historian, museum worker and collector. He graduated from Larin's gymnasia in St. Petersburg and the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of St. Petersburg University (1854)

Sopikov V.S., (1765-1818), bibliographer

SOPIKOV Vasily Stepanovich (1765-1818, St. Petersburg), publisher, bookseller, librarian, bibliographer. In 1788, he opened a bookshop in Gostiny Dvor; in 1791-1811, ran a public library in his shop (in 1800, it contained 1,410 volumes)

Sorokin P.A. (1889-1968), social revolutionary, sociologist

SOROKIN Pitirim Alexandrovich (1889-1968), sociologist, holder of a master's degree in Sociology (1922). Upon graduating from the Faculty of Law of Petersburg University in 1914, he lectured at Psychoneurological Institute