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Dr. Marcel Šnajder and Dr. Vera Šnajder-Popović, Sarajevo

    Vera Popović-Šnajder was the first Bosnian woman mathematician and the first woman dean in Yugoslavia. She lived in Sarajevo but spent three years in Paris in 1929–1932, mastering her knowledge of mathematics. In Paris, she published a paper under the name V. Popovitch-Schenider, which was the first maths paper written by a Bosnian person.

    Original source name : Šnajder Dr Marcel i dr Šnajder-Popović Vera-Sarajevo
    English translation : Dr. Marcel Šnajder and Dr. Vera Šnajder-Popović, Sarajevo
    Creator : personal fonds
    Document- type 2 : personal
    Reference number : O-MVŠ-384
    Language(s) : Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, French, German
    Geographical coverage : Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Time range : 20thc.
    Year(s) : 1921-1986
    Theme 1 : education
    Theme 2 : family
    Archive name : Historijski arhiv Sarajevo
    Archive name (English) : Historical Archives of Sarajevo
    Archive address : Alipašina 19, Sarajevo 71000, Bosna i Hercegovina
    City : Sarajevo
    Country : Bosnia and Herzegovina
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    Finding aid(s) :
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