Kuzman Anastasov Shapkarev, was a Bulgarian folklorist, ethnographer and scientist from the Ottoman region of Macedonia, author of textbooks and ethnographic studies and a significant figure of the Bulgarian National Revival.
|Native name:||Кузман Шапкарев|
|Born:||February 01, 1834, Ohrid, Manastir Vilayet Ottoman Empire|
|Died:||March 18, 1909, Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Occupation:||Writer, publicist, teacher, folklorist|
|Period:||Bulgarian National Revival|
|Spouse:||Elisaveta Miladinova-Shapkareva (d. 1870), Ekaterina Shapkareva|
|Children:||Kliment Shapkarev, Ivan Shapkarev|
About Kuzman Shapkarev
An ethnographer, folklorist, and scientist integral in the Bulgarian National Revival. He wrote several 19th century Bulgarian textbooks on science, religion, and geography.
Kuzman Shapkarev Before Fame
He started off as a teacher of the Bulgarian language, and helped establish two Solun high schools.
Achievement of Kuzman Shapkarev
He became a member of the Bulgarian Academy of Science in 1900.
Kuzman Shapkarev Family Life
He was born in Ohrid.
Associations of Kuzman Shapkarev
Shapkarev and Maja Apostoloska are both renowned Macedonian writers.
Information related to Kuzman Shapkarev
- Bulgarian folklorists
- Linguists from Bulgaria
- Bulgarian judges
- Bulgarian ethnographers
- Members of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
- Bulgarian educators
- 19th-century Bulgarian people
- Bulgarian writers
- Macedonian Bulgarians