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  • 1.
    Károly, László
    Uppsala universitet, Humanistisk-samhällsvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet, Språkvetenskapliga fakulteten, Institutionen för lingvistik och filologi.
    Modern Turkic Languages: An Introduction with Accompanying Audio2022Bok (Refereegranskat)
    Abstract [en]

    Modern Turkic Languages is an introduction to the field of Turkic studies designed and written for teaching purposes. The book may be useful to a broader readership, including general linguists and linguists specializing in languages other than Turkic.

    After a general introduction and classification of the Turkic languages, the twenty-eight main chapters of the book provide various kinds of information about the entire family. Apart from its concise presentation of language-specific features and text materials in the original orthography, the book has two unique features that are not available in other publications. First, it provides transcriptions and interlinear glosses of the language samples, secondly, each sample is accompanied by an audio file that brings the `dead' letters of the book to life. This rich collection of audio files is the first of its kind and provides a plethora of opportunities for linguistic analyses and classroom discussions.

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  • 2. Mándoky Kongur, István
    Newcomers from the East: Hungarians and Kipchak-Turks in Europe2021 (uppl. 2)Bok (Övrigt vetenskapligt)
    Abstract [en]

    István Mándoky Kongur (1944–1992) is still the most renownedand popular Hungarian Turkologist among the Turkic peoples. His research centred on the Turkic–Hungarian historical, linguistic and cultural links and Hungary’s Cumans in particular with the majority of his work written in Hungarian and published in books and journals in Hungary. Newcomers from the East contains his scholarly oeuvre translated into English from the original Hungarian. The volume also includes Mándoky’s collection of Dobruja Tatar folk poetry (riddles, songs and folk tales) and Old Turkic–Proto-Hungarian linguistic and cultural links as well as the author’s most beloved research area: the history, culture, language and folk poetry of the Cumans who spoke the Cuman–Kipchak language and migrated to Hungary in the thirteenth century, perhaps the most important part of which for international scholarship generally and for Turkology in particular is the Cuman Lord’s Prayer and a counting rhyme. The entire volume provides the reader with an insight into the ethnic, historical and linguistic processes that shaped the present-day face of the region through the example of a Turkic people who settled in Central Europe in the Middle Ages.

    The volume starts with a preface by Henryk Jankowski and an introduction by Peter B. Golden to the history of the Cuman–Kipchaks. The life and geographical environment of Hungary’s Cumans are illustrated in colour and black-and-white prints, while maps provide a quick reference to their areas of settlement.

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