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  • Below one can find information about life and works of prominent scholars in the field of Altaic Studies. Besides there are links to personal accounts and web-sites of many actual specialist in Altaic Studies
      Late scholars
  • monk Palladij Kafarov
  • Nikolai Baskakov
  • Trofim Bertagaev
  • Gerhard Dörfer
  • Boris Vladimirtsov
  • Liya Levitskaya
  • Nicolas Poppe
  • Alexandr Potseluevsky
  • Gustav Jon Ramstedt
  • Igor de Rachewiltz
  • Garma Sanjeev
  • Sergei Starostin
  • Edgem Tenishev
  •   Monumenta Altaica / Actual web-pages of the scholars
    Links to personal web-sites and accounts on academia.edu often contains the list of works, many of which are a must read for anyone working in the field of Altaic languages.
  • Марек Стаховски (Ягеллонский университет, Краков)
  • Yoshio Saito (斎藤 純男) (Middle Mongolian, Arab-Mongolian monuments) Tokyo Gakugei University, also
  • Hitoshi Kuribayashi (Middle Mongolian, Mongolic languages), also
  • Hans Nugteren (Mongolic languages, Qinghai-Gansu Sprachbund
    (Göttingen University)
  • Maria Magdolna Tatár (Turkic studies, Mongolian studies)
  • Jargal Badagarov (Жаргал Бадагаров) (Mongolian studies, Buriat, Dagur, Ewenki)
  • Lenore Grenoble
  • Lindsay Whaley
  • Alexander Vovin (Altaic studies, Japanese, Ryukyu, Korean, Manchu, Ainu, Historical linguistics, Etymology)
  • Ágnes Birtalan (Oirat studies, Mongolian studies)
  • Elisabetta Ragagnin (Turkology, Turco-Mongolian relations) Freie Universität Berlin
  • Marcel Erdal (Turkology). Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Turkologie
  • Erdem Ucar (Тюркология, древнетюркский, уйгурский, караханидский). Gediz Üniversitesi
  • Juha Janhunen (уральские, алтайские, синотибетские языки, языковые контакты)
  • Volker Rybatzki (Middle Mongolian, Mongolic languages, Old Turkic) University of Helsinki
  • İlya Gruntov (Middle Mongolian, Mongolic languages, Mongolian folklore, Altaic Studies, Semantic Typology) Yandex, Institute of Linguistics of Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Pavel Rykin (Монгольские языки, среднемонгольский) ИЛИ РАН (Institute for Linguistic Studies RAS)
  • Anton Antonov Japanese & Korean historical and comparative linguistics, Altaic studies, Basque, Caucasian linguistics, linguistic typology
  • Екатерина Сундуева
  • Gisaburo Kiyose(Korean and Japanese historical linguistics)
  • John Whitman (History of Japanese, Korean-Japanese relationships)
  • Леон Серафим (Гавайский университет)
  • Martine Robbeets (Japanese, Altaic studies, Transeurasian languages, Historical linguistics, etymology)
  • Peter Zieme (Turkology, Old Uighur)
  • Tumurtogoo Domii (История монгольских языков). Монгольская академия наук
  • William Rozycki (Manchu Studies)
  • Kamil Stachowski (Turkology). Jagellonian university
  • Евгений Бембеев (калмыцкий язык)
  • Вадим Понарядов (Altaic studies, Mongolian studies, Uralic studies)
  • Uwe Blaesing (Turkish studies, Armenian studies, Kalmyck) Universiteit Leiden
  • Bat-Erdene Sonomjamts (Mongolian lexicography, Russian-Mongolian interference) Institute of the Language and Literature of Mongolian Academy of Sciences
  • Rustam Sabirov (Mongolian history and religion) Institute of Oriental Studies and Manuscripts
  • Daniel Kane Macquarie University,
  • Вячеслав Зайцев (история и язык киданей, тангутов). Институт восточных рукописей РАН, Санкт-Петербург
  • Dai MATSUI (Central Asia Studies, Old Uighur, Middle Mongolian, Mongolian Empire) Osaka University
  • J. Marshall Unger (История японского и корейского языков). Ohio State University
  • Benjamin Brosig (Mongolian studies).
  • Alya Solovyova
    (Mongolian folklore) РГГУ (Russian state university for the humanities)
  • Anna Dybo (Turkic studies, Mongolian studies, Manchu-Tungusic studies, Altaic studies, Contact linguistics, Language contacts, Indo-European studies, Nostratics) Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences
  • Сергей Крылов (Theoretical problems of Khalkha Mongolian grammar, Semiotics, Corpus linguistics) Institute of Oriental studies and Manuscripts
  • Peter Golden (Central Asia, Khazar, Turkic studies). Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Suying Hsiao (Mongolian studies)
  • Денис Токмашев (тюркские языки Сибири, телеутский язык)
  • Yasuhiro Yamakoshi Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
  • András Róna Tas (Turkology, Mongolian studies, Kitan, History of Hungarian). University of Szeged
  • Béla Kempf (Mongolian studies) Szeged University
  • Bayarma Khabtagaeva University of Szeged
  • Robert Ramsey (History of Korean)
  • Stefan Georg (Turkic studies, Altaic studies, Yenissei languages, Tungusic studies, Language typology) Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
  • Irina Nevskaya (Turkic studies, Siberian Turkic languages)
  • Werner Sasse (Middle Korean, History of Korean) University of Hamburg, Asia and Africa Institute
  • Christopher P Atwood (Mongolian culture, history and linguistics). University of Pennsylvania
  • Robert Binnick, University of Toronto
  • John C. Street (Middle Mongolian, Khalkha Mongolian, Secret history of the mongols). University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Henry G. Schwarz (Mongolian languages). Western Washington University, Center for East Asian Studies,
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