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"The course of financial law, read by Professor Kolonozhnikov, was held on ideologically low level with presence of major political distortions in form of anti-Soviet formulations": 1937 at the Sverdlovsk Law Institute
Abstract.The article traces the dramatic life of Georgy Mokeevich Kolonozhnikov (1880-1958) – the son of a peasant from a remote Russian village, a student of a prominent Russian civilian jurist and emigrant I.A. Bazanov, Orthodox monarchist, professor of Department of Commercial Law and Commercial Legal Proceedings of Tomsk University, professor of the Department of Civil Law and Civil Legal Proceedings of Law Faculty (and then Economic Faculty) of the Don University and other universities of Rostov-on-Don, a professor of finance law and Head of the Linguistics Department of the Sverdlovsk Law Institute (1935-1937). His example demonstrates the methods of fighting the dissenting teachers in higher educational institutions. Professor G. M. Kolonozhnikov was subjected to collective exposure and conviction for «gross political distortions in the form of anti-Soviet language» at a meeting of the Department of Civil and Economic Law of the Sverdlovsk Law Institute on March 7, 1937, and was soon dismissed from the institute and worked at law schools in Rostov-on-Don to 1950. The unpublished archival documents and materials of the Ural State Law University and the State Archives of the Sverdlovsk Region are introduced for scientific use. The article contains two addendums from the previously unpublished documents from the State Archive of Sverdlovsk Region, prepared for publication by the author of the article.
Keywords: political distortions, meeting, department, Sverdlovsk Law Institute, monarchist, Professor, Georgy Mokeevich Kolonozhnikov, students, dismissal, Rostov-on-Don
Article was received:25-04-2017
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .