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Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics


Chair: Marianne Bakró-Nagy, Research Professor



The Department of Finno-Ugristics and Historical Linguistics has been existing as one organizational unit of the institute since June 2008. Formerly its members had worked at the Department of Uralistics, and Department of Historical Linguistics and Dialectology. Consequently, the main researches belong to two major fields: Uralistics, and the history of Hungarian language.

Research Group for Uralistics

Research Group for Historical Linguistics

Research Group for Latin Historical Linguistics and Dialectology

Minority languages in the process of urbanization: A comparative study of urban multilingualism in Arctic indigenous communities (NyKFI 112476)



Annual Report, 2016


Modified: 02.08.2021.