Sergei Ignatov


Also found in: Wikipedia.
The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Ignatov, Sergei Sergeevich

 

Born June 19 (July 1), 1887; died Mar. 7, 1959, in Moscow. Soviet theater and literary critic and teacher.

Ignatov graduated from the history and philology department of Moscow University in 1913 and began his literary activity. From 1921 he taught the history of Western European literature and theater in the Moscow theaters and at the Institute of Philosophy, Literature, and History and from 1934 at the A. V. Lunacharskii State Institute of Theatrical Art (a professor from 1939). He was the author of the fundamental work The History of the Modern Western European Theater ( 1940); he did research on the history of the theater of South Slavs and Western Slavs.

WORKS

E. T. A. Goffman: Lichnost’ i tvorchestvo. Moscow, 1914.
Nachalo russkogo teatra i teatr Petrovskoi epokhi, 3rd ed. Moscow, 1920.
Ispanskii teatr XVI-XVII vv. Moscow-Leningrad, 1939.
“Zarozhdenie slavianskogo teatra na Balkanakh.” In Istoriia zapadnoevropeiskogo teatra, vol. 1. Moscow, 1956.
“Pol’skii teatr.” Ibid., vol. 2. Moscow, 1957.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sosna possesses laser ray targeting which is used on hardware of this kind apparently for the first time, said Sergei Ignatov, external relations head of the A.E.
The Bulgarian science and education minister, Sergei Ignatov, was fired in response to a government report on corruption in hiring and grant-making procedures.
Also down were Ilieva's former boss, Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naidenov, Education Minister Sergei Ignatov and Culture Minister Vezhdi Rash-idov; the latter two have been the focus of public protests about budget cuts in their respective sectors.
Sergei Ignatov was appointed Minister of Education, Youth and Science for the Republic of Bulgaria in November 2009.
At least 110 million leva in additional state financing for Bulgaria's education sector will be needed in 2011, Education Minister Sergei Ignatov said on October 5.
Sergei Ignatov, the brash education minister of Bulgaria's center-right government, is pushing a raft of market-based reforms aimed at raising quality, shining a light on moribund university programs, and stemming the tide of departing students.
Education Minister Sergei Ignatov said that external exams for fifth-and sixth-graders would be scrapped from the 2010/11 school year.
The information was confirmed by Education Minister Sergei Ignatov and Defense Minister Anyu Anguelov, who said the announcement was made earlier in the day by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
When Education Minister Sergei Ignatov presented the newly adopted Law on Academic Staff Development on April 19, he called it "the biggest reform ever made to Bulgaria's education over the past 20 years".
Deputy Minister of Education Sergei Ignatov was nominated by Prime Minister Boiko Borissov to succeed Education Minister Yordanka Fandukova after her victory in the November 15 elections for Sofia mayor.
Bulgarian Minister of Education Sergei Ignatov has unexpectedly cancelled a scheduled meeting Tuesday with representatives of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences without giving a reason.