A.Sh. Kabirova (Asylgaraeva) – researcher of Tatarstan women’s contribution to Victory during the war of 1941–1945
Telishev V.F., Sakaev V.T.
The article discusses the characterization of A.Sh. Kabirova (Asylgaraeva)’s formation as a researcher at the first stage of her academic biography. The paper shows the scholar’s contribution to the study of the problems of the the Great Patriotic War social history, primarily its gender aspect. The process of writing and defending A.Sh. Kabirova’s Ph.D. dissertation on the topic “Women of the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic during the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945” is depicted. A description of the significant work accomplished by the researcher is given and its features are indicated. The article was written based on personal memoirs and materials preserved in V.F. Telishev’s personal archive. The paper presents serious work conducted by researcher A.Sh. Kabirova to collect and study information about the place and role of Tatarstan women in the main areas of economic, social, and cultural life of the republic and their involvement at the front of the Great Patriotic War. The significance of this dissertation and the monograph “Women of Tatarstan at the Front and in the Rear”, which was published later on its basis, in developing research of the history of the Tatar republic in the warf period is emphasized.
Keywords: A.Sh. Kabirova (Asylgaraeva), Great Patriotic War, gender studies, women, Republic of Tatarstan
For citation: Telishev V.F., Sakaev V.T. A.Sh. Kabirova (Asylgaraeva) – issledovatel' vklada zhenshchin Tatarstana v dostizhenie Pobedy v gody voyny 1941–1945 gg. [A.Sh. Kabirova (Asylgaraeva) – researcher of Tatarstan women’s contribution to Victory during the war of 1941–1945]. Istoricheskaya etnologiya, 2021, vol. 6, no 1, pp. 9–14. https://doi.org/10.22378/he.2021-6-1.9-14
Kabirova A.Sh. Voyna i obshchestvo: Tatarstan v 1941–1945 gg. [War and Society: Tatarstan in 1941–1945]. Kazan: Fen Publ., 2011. (In Russian)
About the authors: Valery F. Telishev, Cand. Sc. (History), Associate Professor, Academician (Member) of the Academy of Military Historical Sciences, Honored worker of the higher school of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Council of Veterans of Kazan University (18 Kremlin St., Kazan 420008, Russian Federation); email@example.com Vasil T. Sakaev, Cand. Sc. (History), Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, World Politics and Diplomacy, Kazan Federal University (18 Kremlin St., Kazan 420008, Russian Federation); firstname.lastname@example.org
Received February 5, 2021 Accepted for publication March 22, 2021
Published Online April 21, 2021