Markov

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Markov, Markova, and Markoff are common surnames in Russia and Bulgaria and may refer to:

Academics[edit]

  • Ivana Markova (born 1938), Czechoslovak-British emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Stirling
  • John Markoff (sociologist) (born 1942), American professor of sociology and history at the University of Pittsburgh

Math, science, and technology[edit]

Performing arts[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Other fields[edit]

  • Alexei Markov (folklorist) (1877–1917), Russian expert in folklore
  • Georgi Markov (1929–1978), Bulgarian dissident writer assassinated in London
  • Philip Markoff (1986–2010), defendant in a murder case known as the "Craigslist killing"
  • Sergey Markov (1878–1918), Russian army general, anti-Bolshevik during Soviet civil war
  • Walterina Markova (real name Walter Dempster), Philippine drag queen and World War II sex slave

Fictional characters[edit]

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