Hamlet İsaxanlı

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Hamlet Abdulla oğlu İsayev, detto Hamlet Isaxanlı, in russo Gamlet Abdulla og'y Isachanly (Гамлет Абдулла оглы Исаханлы; Kosali, 1º marzo 1948), è un accademico, matematico e poeta azero, fino al 1992 sovietico, fondatore della Khazar University.

Spesso usa Hamlet Isakhanli come pseudonimo nelle sue pubblicazioni, che spaziano da ricerche nel campo matematico, fisico e letterario a studi sulle scienze sociali, poesia e scrittura creativa[1][2].

Biografia[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Hamlet Abdulla oglu Isayev nasce il 1º marzo 1948 a Kosali, in Georgia. Porta a termine gli studi nella città natale e dal 1973 al 1983 si specializza in Scienze fisico-matematiche a Mosca e a Baku. È uno dei fondatori della teoria nota come Multiparameter spectral Theory[3].

Stimato matematico[4], è spesso invitato in qualità di visiting professor presso centri di ricerche, accademie ed università in Europa, Asia e America.

Hamlet Isakhanli si è interessato anche di pedagogia, filosofia, scienze politiche, storia e ha approfondito uno studio sulle tecniche di traduzione. Apprezzato[senza fonte] poeta, i suoi volumi di poesie sono stati tradotti in diverse lingue e pubblicati in Azerbaigian, Russia, Cina, Georgia, e Iran. Molte canzoni e spettacoli musicali si basano sui suoi testi[2].

Nel 1991 ha fondato la Khazar University, la prima università privata in Azerbaigian, dove insegnanti e studenti usano principalmente la lingua inglese[5][6], alla quale nel 1998 vi ha affiancato la Dunya School, un complesso di scuole primarie e secondarie di alto livello[senza fonte].

Nell'arte[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Il volto di Hamlet Isakhanli è stato più volte riprodotto in dipinti, mosaici e tappeti.

Premi e riconoscimenti[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • 1965 - Gold Medal Award for highest achievement in high school, Republic of Georgia
  • 1994 - Yusif Mamedaliyev Award, in recognition of contributions to science and education, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • 2004 – “Golden Pen” Award, In recognition of contribution to Poetry and Creative Writing, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • 2005 - “Samad Vurghun” Award, in recognition of contributions to Education, Science, Azerbaijani Culture and Literature, Baku, Azerbaijan
  • 2008 – Honorary Doctor of EuroUniversity, Tallinn, Estonia
  • 2010 - “Jafar Jabbarly” (Cəfər Cabbarlı) Award, in recognition of contribution to publicity of classic and modern Azerbaijani Poetry, to compile a multi voluminous "The Azerbaijani Love Poetry".
  • 2010 – National “Khazar” Award, in recognition of contribution to development of Azerbaijani Education and to founding of the University which meets international standards

Bibliografia[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  • “The Life Of The Scholar And Founder” by Fuad Tanriverdiyev, Baku, 1997.(in Azerbaijani)
  • “What I Brought To This World” by Knyaz Aslan and Vahid Omarli, Baku, 2005 (in Azerbaijani and Russian).
  • “In Search of Khazar” by Hamlet Isakhanli, Baku, 2006 (in English, Azerbaijani and Russian).
  • “On the Education System in Transition Economy. A View From Azerbaijan” by Hamlet Isaxanli, Baku, 2006.
  • Emily Van Buskirk, “Current Trends in Education in Azerbaijan - A discussion with Professor Hamlet Isaxanli”, Caspian Studies Program, Harvard University, April 25, 2001, Accessed on April 14, 2006.
  • Hamlet Isakhanli - Assembly of Science and Art. 1-10. Khazar University Press, Baku, 2008 (in Azerbaijani)
  • Lyudmila Lavrova. "An invitation to traveling to the poetry world - “Contrasts”". Preface to the book by Hamlet Isaxanli, published in Moscow in Russian:
  • Гамлет Исаханлы «Контрасты». Kнигa cтихотворений" (В переводах Аллы Ахундовой). "ИзoгpaфЪ", Москва, 2006).
  • The Social and Political Context of Sovietization and Collectivization Period in the Central Transcaucasia and Isakhan Revolt (in Azeri) / Proceedings of the Conference “Socio-political Thought of the XX century”. Baku, May 12, 1996. – Baku: Khazar University Press, 1996. – p. 1-16.
Also // Georgia newspaper. – Tbilisi. – 1996. – No 34-42.
Also // Khalg newspaper. – Baku. – 1996. – No 148-150.
  • Fragments From the History of Thought and Education (in Azeri) // Khazar View, 1998-1999. No 57-64.
  • Negotiations on Nagorno-Karabagh: where do we go from here? / Summary and transcript from a Panel Discussion held on April 23, 2001. Caspian Studies’ Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
  • Minority Education Policy in Azerbaijan and Iran / Hamlet Isakhanli, Val D. Rust, Afgan Abdullayev, Marufa Madatova, Inna Grudskaya, Younes Vahdati // Journal of Azerbaijani Studies. – 2002. – Vol. 5. – No 3–4. – p. 3–78.
  • Karakmazli, D. Taste of a Fig: Poems and Translations. Baku: Uyurd, 2005./Poems of Hamlet Isakhanli translated from Azeri into Russian – pp. 180–190.
  • Perspectives on the United States (Hamlet Isakhanli, Anar Ahmadov) in "Global Perspectives on the United States: a Nation by Nation Survey". Vol. 1. – Great Barrington: Berkshire Publishing Group, 2007. – p. 31-33.
  • Hamlet Isakhanli. What is Happening in the Modern World in the Field of Higher Education and How “The State Program to Reform the Higher Education System of the Azerbaijan Republic for the period of 2008-2012” May Best be Carried Out? (in Azeri). Khazar University Press, Baku, Azerbaijan, 2008.
  • An Interesting Person (in Azeri) / Interview was led by X. Macidoglu // 525 newspaper. – 2008. –January 29 (No 15). – p. 4.
  • Hamlet Isakhanli: “A creative person desires neither his house be high, nor his name...” /Interview with Hamlet Isakhanli (in Azeri) // 525 newspaper. – 2008. – October 11 (No.187). – p. 20.
  • Nagiyev R. Formula of Vengeance (in Azeri) // Kommunist. – 1987. – July 2. – p. 6.
  • Odinets V. At the Universities of Canada (in Russian) // Sovetskiy Ekonomist. – 1989. – January 27. – p. 4.
  • Hamlet Isayev (Issakhanly) // Who's Who in the Former Soviet Union. – Surrey, England: Debrett's Peerage, Ltd., 1994. – p. 22-23.
  • Seyidova I. “Khazar” - is a Lake which Can be Called a Sea (in Russian) // Consulting and Business. – Baku. – 1996. – p. 82-83.
  • Who Dedicates Himself to Work and Regards it as a Field of Creativity will Never be Exhausted and Become Discouraged... (in Azeri) / Interview was led by V. Omarov // Khazar View – 1997. – No 32. – p. 3-5.
  • Mustafayev C. Poetry Gets Mingled with Intellect (A foreword to Hamlet Isaxanli’s book “Contrasts”) (in Azeri). – Baku: Khazar University Press, 2001. – 15 p.
  • Suleymanli M. Inner Expression of the Great Word (in Azeri) // 525 newspaper – 2002. – September 3. – p. 7.
and Hemistichs Taking Reader Together: While Reading the Book “Contrasts” by Hamlet Isaxanli (in Azeri) // Khazar View. – 2002. – September 15 (No 129). – p. 6-9.
  • Nazirli K. Poetic World of the Well-known Scholar. On Hamlet Isaxanli’s Book “Contrasts” (in Azeri) // Khazar View. – 2003.– No 152. – p. 14-15.
  • Metin Turan. New Azerbaijan Poetry and Hamlet Isaxanli (in Turkish) // LİTTERA. Edebiyat Yazıları. – Ankara. – 2004. – v.14. – p. 163-168. Also (in Azeri) // 525 newspaper. – 2005. – June 28. – p. 7.
  • A Spouse of “Contrasts” Author and the Target of the “Emotions Turned out into Poetry” (in Azeri) / Inter¬view was led by S. Gulten // "Qadin Dunyasi" newspaper. – 2004. – November 5–18 (No 21). – p. 9
  • Nazirli K. Hamlet Isaxanli’s Sensitive Poetry (in Aze¬ri) // Khazar View. – 2005. – November 1 (No 196). – p. 21-23.
Also // 525 newspaper. – 2005. – October 12. – p. 7.
  • “When you are Straightforward, Sincere, and GoodWilled, you Also Feel an Admiration of Surrounding you People” (in Azeri) / X. Ahmadov, Z. Aliyeva // "Geopolitika" newspaper. – 2007. – No 38. – p. 12.
  • Isayev (Isaxanli) Hamlet Abdulla (in English and Russian) / M.B. Babayev // Azerbaijan Mathematicians XX Century. – Baku: Oka Ofset, 2007. – p. 77.
  • Mecidoglu Kh. The Beloved One of the God (in Azeri) // Khazar View. – 2008. – January 1 (No 242). – p. 8-11.
  • Mecidoglu Kh. About my friend (in Azeri) // 525-ci qazet– December 20, 2008. – (№ 235). – p. 26.
  • Mecidoglu Kh. If We don’t Pass From Aspirations to Deeds/ Our Hopes will Vanish and Become in Vain (in Azeri) // Khazar View. – 2008. – March 1 (No 246). – p. 7-9.
  • Nazarli T. The Way Taking its Start From the Com¬mand of Soul (in Azeri) // Azerbaijan. – 2008. – March 19 (No 61).
Also // Khazar View. – 2008. – 01 aprel (No 248). – p. 14-16.

Note[modifica | modifica sorgente]

  1. ^ Fuad Tanriverdiyev, "The Life Of The Scholar And Founder" (in Azero), Khazar University Press, 1997.
  2. ^ a b Knyaz Aslan, Omarli Vahid, What I Brought To This World” (in Azeri and in Russian), Khazar University Press, 2005.
  3. ^ Hamlet Isayev (Issakhanly) in "Who's Who in the Former Soviet Union”, Surrey, England: Debrett's Peerage, Ltd., 1994.
  4. ^ M.B. Babayev, "Isayev (Isaxanli) Hamlet Abdulla (in English and Russian) in "Azerbaijani Mathematicians - XX Century"", Oka Ofset, Baku, 2007.
  5. ^ Mark S Johnson, Markkanen Tapio, Hochgerner Josef, Kamensky Helene, “Salzburg Seminar Visiting Advisors Program. Summary Report of the Visit to Khazar University, Baku, Azerbaijan. April 25–30, 2006” in "On Education System in Transition Economy. A view from Azerbaijan" by Hamlet Isaxanli, Khazar University Press, 2005.
  6. ^ David Maggiory, “Using Distance Learning Methods For Petroleum Industry Technical Training in Baku, Azerbaijan, 2004" in "On Education System in Transition Economy. A view from Azerbaijan" by Hamlet Isaxanli, Khazar University Press, 2005.

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