1903 – Born in Brussels; birth of a French-US (Belgian-born) author and classical scholar 1947 – naturalized US citizen 1951 – came up with her best known among her novels, critical essays, play, and poetry was the novel The Memoirs of Hadrian 1976 – Other works in translation include The Abyss ..
English bishop and Biblical scholar 2.8 / 5 (..
Roman scholar. 2.2 / 5 ( ..
1939 – Born on the 1st of March in Sofia. 1963 – He has lived in France writing books and essays about literary theory, thought history and culture theory. 1971 – The Poetics of Prose. 1981 – Introduction to Poetics. 1982 – The Conquest of America. 1984 – The Dialogical Principle. 1991 – Moral Life ..
German diplomat UN administrator of Kosovo 2002-2003 1 / 5 (..
1861 – Born on the 25th of February. 1882 – one of Steiner’s teachers at the university in Vienna, Karl Julius Schroer, suggested Steiner’s name to Professor Joseph Kurschner, editor of a new edition of Goethe’s works. 1879-1883 – He attended the Technische Hochschule in Vienna, where he studied mathematics, physics, and chemistry. 1888 – ..
US oil businessman and family planning advocate foremost financial sponsor of early US campaigns for birth control and family planning 2nd husband of Margaret Sanger 1922 2.7 / 5 ( ..
1584 – John Selden, English jurist, legal antiquary and oriental scholar, born on the 16th of December at Salvington, in the parish of West Tarring, Sussex. 1600 – Commenced his education at the free grammar school at Chichester, from where he proceeded to Hart Hall, Oxford. 1603 – He was admitted a member of Clifford’s ..
1776 – Born in the Cherokee village of Tuskegee on the Tennessee River, Sequoyah was a mixed blood whose mother, Wureth, belonged to the Paint Clan. Sometimes the young man was known by his English name, George Gist or Guess, a legacy from his white father. 1809 – Handicapped from a hunting accident and therefore ..
Austrian physicist discoverer and eponym of Schrodinger's equation Nobel Prize in Physics 1933 2 / 5 (..