Science: Social_Sciences: Linguistics: Languages: Natural: Uralic
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Databank for Endangered Finno-Ugrian Languages
Information and contact addresses for a Scandinavian project for preserving minor Uralic languages.
Classification, numbers of speakers and areas of distribution of the Uralic languages.
Pointers to research institutes, organizations, publications and mailing lists. Includes a short FAQ of Finno-Ugric languages.
A Finland-based learned society for the promotion of research into the Uralic and Altaic languages.
The Finno-Ugric Language Family
Short survey by Professor E. A. Tsypanov, with particular emphasis on the Komi language.
Finno-Ugric and Nenets language mailing lists.
Information Center of Finno-Ugric Peoples
An Estonian society that collects and provides information about Finno-Ugric studies, including the publication of an online newsletter.
Minority Languages of Russia on the Net - Finno-Ugric languages
Information on Finno-Ugric languages spoken in Russia.
Minority Languages of Russia on the Net - Samoyedic Languages
Collection of links to Internet resources on the Samoyedic languages.
The Origin of Finnish and Related Languages
Virtual Finland's introduction to present-day Finno-Ugric languages and their territories.
Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Department of Finno-Ugristics.
Lecturer in Finno-Ugrian linguistics at the University of Helsinki. Includes annotated links and information on the specific languages he has studied.
Societas Uralo-Altaica (SUA)
Society based in Germany, and devoted to Uralic and Altaic studies.
Uralic and Altaic
Bibliography of recent publications on Uralic and Altaic linguistics.
The Uralic Family
Survey of the Uralic peoples, including information on their languages. Excellent maps indicating the past and present distribution of Uralic languages.
Uralic Languages and Peoples
A good collection of links about the Finno-Ugric languages by Kazuto Matsumora, including some of his own materials.
Basic information and collection of links. Bilingual site (English and Basque).
Extensive list of links pertaining to Uralic languages and cultures.
Uralists Against History
A serious scholarly paper by Merlijn de Smit, published online in 2001. It furnishes serious criticisms of some new trends in research into the reconstruction of Proto-Uralic.
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