Seda Vermisheva

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Seda Vermisheva
Born (1932-10-09) 9 October 1932 (age 85)
Tiflis, Soviet Georgia
Nationality Armenian-Russian
Occupation poet, economist and public activist

Seda Vermisheva (Armenian: Սեդա Վերմիշևա; Russian: Сэда Константиновна Вермишева, born 9 October 1932) is an Armenian-Russian poet, economist and public activist.

Biography[edit]

From her father’s side, she is a descendent of Arghutyan-Dolgoruky's. Vermisheva was born in Tiflis, but lived all her life in Moscow. She studied at the Yerevan State University, Department of Economics. Then she worked in the Soviet Institute of Economics and Planning as a senior advisor.

She is the author of 8 poetic books and numerous analytical articles. Since 1974 she was a member of the Union of Writers of the USSR. Now she heads the Russian-speaking section of the Writers Union of Armenia and is a member of the Union of Writers of Moscow. She's the co-chairman of Moscow society for Armenian-Russian friendship.

Seda Vermisheva is the author of the "Tectonics of External and Internal Borders of the USSR" (Library of Russian-Armenian initiatives Centre, M., 1997) book that focuses on the "deliberate Turkic-Moslem tendency in the state-territorial structure of the USSR".[1]

Books[edit]

  • Solntse stoit vysoko (1971);
  • Mertsayushchii punktir (1974);
  • Listya (1982);
  • Naskal’nyi ornament (1988);
  • Nagor’e (1990);
  • Scherbataya klinopis' (1999);
  • Iz kamnya i peska (2005).

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