Guzal Sitdikova

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Guzal Sitdikova
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BornSitdikova Guzal Ramazanovna
(1952-06-10)10 June 1952
Inzer village Beloretsky District of the Bashkir ASSR , Russian SFSR
Occupationpoet, novelist
CitizenshipUSSR, Russian Federation
Alma materChelyabinsk State Institute of Culture

Guzal Ramazanovna Sitdikova (Bashkir: Гүзәл Рамаҙан ҡыҙы Ситдиҡова, Russian: Гузаль Рамазановна Ситдыкова) is a famous Bashkir writer, poetess, publicist and translator. In 2002 she was awarded the Honor Diploma of the Republic of Bashkortostan. She is a member of the Bashkir Writing Commission and Russia's.[clarification needed] She was the leader of the Bashkir Women's Republic of Bashkortostan since 2004 until 2011. Since 2012, participates in the international volunteer movement Wikimedia.

Biography[edit]

Sitdikova (Sitdikova) Guzal Ramazanovna was born June 10, 1952 in the Inzer village Beloretsky District of the Bashkir ASSR in Russia. In 1967, after graduating from an eight-year school, she entered the Beloretsk Pedagogical School. Since 1971 she worked as a tutor at boarding school No. 1, then in various educational institutions in the city of Beloretsk.[1][2]

In 1980 she graduated from the library department of the Chelyabinsk State Institute of Culture . Since 1983 she was an employee, since 1986 - head of the department, since 1987 - deputy editor of the Beloretsk regional newspaper "Ural".[1][2] Since 1983, she worked in the regional newspaper "Ural".[2]

From 1989 to 1995, she was the editor-in-chief of the regional newspaper "Ural" of the Beloretsky district. At the same time she was elected a People's Deputy of the Supreme Council of the Bashkir ASSR of the XII convocation (1991-1995).

In 1995-2008 she was a deputy of the State Assembly of the Republic of Bashkortostan I-III convocations, a member of the Public Chamber of the Republic of Bashkortostan I convocation (2011-2012). In 2004-2011 she was elected chairman of the Society of Bashkir Women of the Republic of Bashkortostan. Took part in the work of the Executive Committee of The World Qoroltai of the Bashkirs.[3]

Creative activity[edit]

It has been published since 1976. While working in the regional newspaper "Ural" her works were published in the republican press. The first collection of her poems was published in the almanac "Йәш көстәр" (Young Forces) in 1984. By now she is the author of 11 books and about twenty scientific publications.

She participates in the movement of Wikimedia as one of the editors-volunteers, regularly creating and editing articles of the Bashkir Wikipedia, as well as pages of the Bashkir projects of the Wikimedia Wikisource, Wiktionary.[4][5]

Guzel Sitdikova is fond of poetry and translations from foreign languages into the Bashkir language. Her works have been translated into Russian.[2]

Since 1995 she is a member of the Union of Writers of the Republic of Bashkortostan, she works in different literary genres - poetry, prose, essay, children's literature.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Romanov B. (2012-06-10). "To the anniversary of the writer and public figure Guzeli Sitdikova". Bashinform. (in Russian)
  2. ^ a b c d The article in the Bashkir Encyclopedia (in Russian)
  3. ^ To the anniversary of the writer and public figure Guzeli Sitdikova Bashinform June 10, 2010
  4. ^ "Volunteers of Bashkir Wikipedia are awarded". Bashinform. 2014-12-11. Retrieved 2016-01-05.
  5. ^ Фаизов А. (2013-04-16). "Bashkir Wikipedia is eight years". Bashiform. Retrieved 2016-01-05.