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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Adamoviču dzimtas devums pedagoģijai
Nosaukums angļu valodā The Contribution of the Adamovičs Family to Education in Latvia
Pētniecības nozare 5. Sociālās zinātnes
Pētniecības apakšnozare 5.3. Izglītības zinātnes
Autori Jeļena Vediščeva
Alīda Zigmunde
Atslēgas vārdi Adamoviču dzimta, pedagoģija
Anotācija Rakstā aplūkota skolotāju Jaņa Adamoviča (1858 - 1930) un viņa bērnu Valdas Elizabetes Zariņas (1892 - 1982), Vilhelmīnes Ozoliņas (1897 - 1979) un luterāņu mācītāja, pedagoga un izglītības ministra Ludviga Adamoviča (1884 -1943), kā arī brālēna skolotāja, tulkotāja un dzejnieka Friča Adamoviča (1863 - 1933) un viņa sievas Ellas Adamovičas (1878 - 1951) darbība
Anotācija angļu valodā The Adamovičs family originates from the villige of Dundaga in Courland, Latvia. Members of this family have been working in Courland and other parts of Latvia as teachers. Janis Adamovičs (1858 - 1930) learned to be a teacher in the Teachers-Seminar in Irmlau, Courland and worked in the schools of Courland from 1877 to 1925. As was the tradition in those times he not only was a teacher but also the orgel-player in the local protestant churches where he conducted the choir and the orchester. To show the merits of Janis Adamovičs the elementary school in Stende where he had worked for a long time was given 1939 his name.This decision was corrected under Soviet rule in 1951. In 1975 the elementary school in Stende was closed down. His children became teachers too. His son Ludvigs Adamovičs (1884 -1943) has studied theology at the University of Dorpat/Tartu. He later worked as a teacher for religion at the 1st State Middle-School in Riga and became a docent at the University of Latvia in 1920 and since 1929 professor. He was also the Dean of the Faculty of Theology of the University of Latvia (1927 – 1929), 1937 – 1939) and Prorector of the University of Latvia (1929 – 1931, 1933 – 1936) and was Minister of Education of Latvia (1934 - 1935). Ludvigs Adamovičs is also known as the author of scientific articles and books and among them textbooks for the education of religion. He was specialized in the research of church- history and his research has not lost any actuality today. Professor Ludvigs Adamovičs was the first Latvian scientist to visit the archives of the Herrenhut Brotherhood/ Moravian Brothers in Herrenhut/Germany where he did scientific research (1928 - 1929) the results of which he applied in his doctoral dissertation “Church and belief in the parishes of the Herrenhut Brotherhood in Latvia’’(1929). In 1939 he has visited Herrnhut once more with a subvention of the Scientific Research Fond of the University of Latvia. He took part in congresses which were about religious subjects and international teachers congresses. He was one of the organizers of the 15th International Congress for Middle-School Teachers in Riga in 1933. In the summer of 1940 when Soviet power just had arrived he was dismissed from the University of Latvia. Under Soviet rule religion was cleared out of the curriculum of schools and from the matters taught at the university (”religion is opium for the people’’). Ludvigs Adamovičs had to finish his activities in the Latvian-Finish Association, the Riga Latvian Society, the Riga Rotary Club and others. His sister Valda Elizabete Zariņa (born Adamoviča, 1892 - 1979) worked as teacher in Riga and in Courland and some years at the elementary school in Stende, where her father had worked. Their sister Vilhelmīne Ozoliņa (born Adamoviča, 1897 - 1979) worked as a teacher in Courland and was married to a clergyman. The siblings Ludvigs Adamovičs and Vilhelmīne Ozoliņa were deported by the Soviets in June 1941 with their families to Siberia where Ludwigs got shot by the Soviets in 1943 as a counterrevolutionary. Know is also the cousin of Janis Adamovičs the teacher and writer, absolvent of the Baltic Teachers Seminar and of the Teachers Institute of St. Petersburg, Fricis Adamovičs (1863 - 1933). He worked as a teacher in Latvia, Poland and Russia. After the foundation of Latvia in 1918 he became a teacher in the 1st Riga State Middle-School, at the Teachers Institute in Riga and became part of the staff of the University of Latvia. Fricis Adamovičs is known for his textbooks in Geography and Natural Sciences he also made translations from the English to the Latvian language. His translations of works and plays of William Shakespeare are well received. He has also translated works of counts of the Russia’s best known fabulist Iwan Krylov, Russian poets Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov, the German poet Johann Wolfgang Goethe into Latvian language. The wife of Fricis Adamovičs, Ella Adamoviča (born Krauksts, 1878 - 1951) before the First World War was a teacher at Vilis Olavs Commerce-School in Riga where Fricis Adamovics worked too at those days. In 1923 she became a teacher for English at the 3rd Middle-School of Riga and later at the Teachers Institutes in Riga and in Cēsis. She is the author of the English textbook in three parts for elementary schools: ”My English Book’’ (1935 - 1939). Fricis and Ella Adamoviči have written poems. The pedagogues Janis, Ludvigs and Fricis Adamovičs have been awarded the highest civil order of the Republic of Latvia, the ”Order of the Three Stars’’. Fricis Adamovičs got him twice (1926 and 1933) as well as Ludvigs Adamovičs (1928 and 1934). Other relatives of the Adamovičs family worked as teachers too, so they all made an important contribution to pedagogy and education in Latvia in the 19th, 20th - and as we can say - in the 21st century as well.
Atsauce Vediščeva, J., Zigmunde, A. Adamoviču dzimtas devums pedagoģijai. Ceļš, 2015, Nr.65, 54.-81.lpp. ISSN 1407-7841.
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