Qanate Kurdo

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Курдоев, Канат Калашевич Qanatê Kurdo
Born1909
Kars Oblast, Russian Empire
DiedOctober 31, 1985
Leningrad, Soviet Union

Qanate Kurdo or Kanat Kalashevich Kurdoev, (Kurdish: Qanatê Kurdo; 1909 –1985), was a Kurdish philologist and professor. He was born in Susuz in Russian Empire and developed Kurdish studies in various fields.[1]

Biography[edit]

In 1928, he went to Saint Petersburg to continue his studies, where he attended the Language, history and literature department of University of Leningrad. He received his PhD in 1941. When World War II was reaching its end, Kurdo became part of the "Faculty of Oriental Studies in Leningrad where he taught Kurdish in the Department of Iranian Studies".[1] In 1961, he became the head of the new Kurdology section of the faculty (Kurdskij Kabinet), "which Joseph Orbeli had established in 1959".[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Blau 2006.

Sources[edit]

  • Blau, Joyce (2006). "KURDOEV, QENĀTĒ". Encyclopaedia Iranica.

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