Albert Fatkhi (1937–1992) – Scientist, Expert in Tatar Manuscripts
The publication examines the scientific activities of the famous archeographer, specialist in the field of oriental manuscripts and Tatar literature Fatkhiev, Albert Saitovich. A. Fatkhi is was born in the Aktanysh region of Tatarstan. His name is listed among the outstanding Tatar archaeographers of the last third of the twentieth century, such as M. Usmanov, M. Nugman, A. Karimullin, M. Akhmetzyanov and others. Albert Fatkhi is the author of four books. They contain descriptions of the manuscripts of Tatar writers and scholars. He wrote scientific articles on the problems of collecting and scientific processing of oriental manuscripts. He has works that discuss the problems of the Tatar literature, the contacts of the Tatars with other Turkic peoples in the field of literature and culture. The purpose of this study is to reveal A. Fatkhi’s contribution to the Tatar archaeography and philology.
Keywords: Albert Fatkhi, Eastern manuscript, personal archive, Kazan University, Scientific Library, Aktanysh District, literary contacts
For citation: Murtazina L.R. Al'bert Fatkhi (1937–1992) – uchenyy, znatok tatarskoy rukopisnoy knigi [Albert Fatkhi (1937–1992) – Scientist, Expert in Tatar Manuscripts]. Istoricheskaya etnologiya, 2021, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 326–334. https://doi.org/10.22378/he.2021-6-2.326-334
Bustanov A.K. Lichnyy arkhiv tatarskogo arkheografa Al’berta Fatkhi i vostochnaya arkheografiya v Kazanskom Universitete vo vtoroy polovine XX veka [Personal Archives of Albert Fatkhi and Oriental Archaeography in the Kazan University in the Second Half of the 20th Century]. Islam v sovremennom mire, 2015, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 159–174. https://doi.org/10.20536/2074-1529-2015-11-1-159-174 (In Russian)
About the author: Lyalya R. Murtazina, Cand. Sc. (Pedagogy), Leading Research Fellow of the Center of History and Theory of National Education, Marjani Institute of History of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences (7А Baturin St., Kazan 420111, Russian Federation); firstname.lastname@example.org
Received February 1, 2021 Accepted for publication November 22, 2021
Published Online November 29, 2021