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Ševčenko, Ihor

LC control no.n 81053714
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Personal name headingŠevčenko, Ihor
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Variant(s)Shevchenko, Ihor
Cherni︠a︡tynsʹkyĭ, Ivan
Шевченко, Ігор
Чернятинський, Іван
Szewczenko, Ihor
Birth date19220210
Death date20091226
Place of birthRadość (Warsaw, Poland)
Place of deathCambridge (Mass.)
AffiliationHarvard University Dumbarton Oaks
Profession or occupationScholars
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inNicolas Cabasilas' "anti-Zealot" discourse, 1957.
Hret︠s︡ʹki rukopysy u zibranni︠a︡kh Kyi︠e︡va, 2000: t.p. verso (Ігор Шевченко = Ihor Shevchenko)
New York times WWW site, Jan. 5, 2010: (Ihor Sevcenko; b. Ihor Ivanovic Sevcenko, Feb. 10, 1922, Radosc, near Warsaw; d. Dec. 26 [2009], Cambridge, Mass., aged 87; leading scholar of Byzantine and Slavic history and literature who as a young man persuaded George Orwell to collaborate with him on a Ukrainian translation of Animal farm for distribution to refugees)
Harvard Gazette, online, July 24, 2013: (Ihor Ševčenko, eminent Byzantinist and Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Byzantine History and Literature, Emeritus, died peacefully at his Cambridge home on Dec. 26; at Harvard he was a member of the Department of the Classics from 1973 to 1992, and associate director of the Ukrainian Research Institute from 1973 to 1989; published a translation of George Orwell's "Animal Farm" into Ukrainian)
Kolhosp tvaryn, 194-: (з анґлійської мови переклав Іван Чернятинський = Ivan Cherni︠a︡tynsʹkyĭ)
The Atlantic, March 1, 2012, online edition, July 25, 2013: (a young highly educated language and literature scholar 24-year-old Ihor Ševčenko; he had published under the pseudonym Ivan Cherniatynsʹkyi--a combination of his father's first name and his mother's maiden name)
Zakorzeniony kosmopolita, 2010: t.p. (Ihor Szewczenko) p. 4 of cover (b. 10 Feb 1922 near Warsaw, d. 26 Dec. 2009, in Cambridge, Mass., USA; distinguished scholar of Byzantine and post-Byzantine civilization); professor at Harvard University in Cambridge, where from 1973-1992 he taught Byzantine history and literature)
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