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Slavic languages educator

Gunnar Fridleif Jacobsson, Swedish Slavic languages educator. Recipient Order of Merite Culturel, 1975. Member Royal Society Sciences and Literature, International Commission Slavists (vice president), International Commission Linguistic Terminology, International Commission Lexicology and Lexicography, International Commission History of Slavistics, International Association Teachers in Russian Language and Literature (vice president).

Background

Jacobsson, Gunnar Fridleif was born on December 22, 1918 in Lysekil, Sweden. Son of Carl Oscar and Ewa Magdalena (Hallback) J. Children: Goran, Stefan, Susanne, Gunnar.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Uppsala U., 1948. Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa, Wroclaw U., Poland, 1976. Lecturer Russian, Gothenburg U., Sweden, 1944-1948, assistant professor, 1948-1951, head department Slavic studies, 1956-1983, dean linguistic section humanities, 1969-1972, professor Slavic languages, 1951-1984.

Career

Lecturer Russian Gothenburg (Sweden) University, 1944-1948, assistant professor, 1948-1951, professor Slavic languages, 1951-1984. Head department Slavic studies Gothenburg University, 1956-1983, dean linguistic section humanities, 1969-1972.

Membership

Member Royal Society Sciences and Literature, International Commission Slavists (vice president), International Commission Linguistic Terminology, International Commission Lexicology and Lexicography, International Commission History of Slavistics, International Association Teachers in Russian Language and Literature (vice president).

Connections

Children: Goran, Stefan, Susanne, Gunnar.

father:
CarlOscar Jacobsson

mother:
Ewa Magdalena (Hallback) Jacobsson

children:
Susanne Jacobsson

Gunnar Jacobsson

Goran Jacobsson

Stefan Jacobsson