Proceedings 1995

Proceedings of the 38th Permanent International Conference (PIAC). Edited by Giovanni Stary. (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 1996). 425 pp. ISBN 3-447-03801-2.


Aubin, F. (1998). [Review of Proceedings of the 38th Permanent International Altaistic Conference (PIAC), Kawasaki, Japan: August 7-12, 1995, by G. Stary]. Archives de Sciences Sociales Des Religions, 43(102), 98–99.


Hidehiro Okada: Introduction    VII–VIII
Vladimir M. Alpatov: The Problem of Choice of Alphabets for the Turkic Languages: History and the Present    1–4
Kahar Barat: A Turkic Chinese Transcription System    5–83
Ágnes Birtalan: A Lineage of Tuvinian Shamans in Western Mongolia. Assimilation and Heritage    85–105
Elena V. Boikova: The Scientific and Artistic Heritage of P. Pyasetskyj    107–114
Han-Woo Choi: Notes on Some Altaic Animal Names in Ancient Korean    115–120
Elisabeth De Boer: Present State of the Study of Evenki Vowel Harmony    121–133
Lyudmila M. Ermakova: Naming and Seeing Things in Early Japanese Poetry    135–141
Alexander Fedotov: On Shamanistic Trends in “The Secret History of the Mongols”    143–151
Liliya M. Gorelova: Manchu as Compared with the Other Tungus-Manchu Languages within the Paradigm of Syntheticism/Analytism    153–158
Koichi Higuchi: Üker-ün aɣula or Mongolian Versions of the Gośrṅgavyākaraṇa    159–174
Ikeuchi Isao: The Religious Services of the Yüan Dynasty    175–185
Harumichi Ishizuka: Japanese and Korean Devices for Reading Chinese Texts    187–194
Sechin Jagchid: The Factors for Inner Mongolian Disturbance    195–208
Juha Janhunen: Prolegomena to a Comparative Analysis of Mongolic and Tungusic    209–218
Barbara Kellner-Heinkele: St. Petersburg and the Steppe Peoples. Diplomatic Correspondences of the 18th Century from the Arkhiv Vnešnej Politiki Rossijskoj Imperii in Moscow    219–297
Gisaburo N. Kiyose: Uvular/Post-Velar q, ɣ and χ in Jurchen and Manchu    237–241
Ruth I. Meserve: The Surgical Instruments of the Animal Doctor in Central Eurasia    243–258
Junko Miyawaki: Oyirad Family Trees Discovered in Kazan    259–272, 2 plates
Hidehiro Okada: The Imperial Seal in the Mongol and Chinese Tradition    273–280
Tatiana A. Pang: N. N. Krotkov’s Account of his Trip to the Sibe Buddhist Monastery in 1899    281–290
William Rozycki: Mongol kilɣasun ‘horse hair’ ~ proto-Tungus *k‘inga ‘animal hair’    291–297
Yoshio Saitō: À propos de l’accent en Mongol médiéval de l’Ouest    299–309
Alice Sárközi: The Rope: Symbolical Bondage in Mongolian Shamanism    311–317
Hirotoshi Shimo: The Political Structure of the Mongol Empire: Historical Study of Nomadic States Reconsidered    319–324
Satoko Shimo: Rashid al-Din’s Mongol History. How it is Related to Jāmiʾ al-Tawārīkh    325–332
Kazuhiko Shiraiwa: On the ötögü boɣod in the Chinggisid Dynasties in Mongolia: China and Persia in the 13th-14th centuries    333–344
Denis Sinor: Some Altaic Terms for Containers    345–357
Vadim SolntsevNina Solntseva: The Problem of the Ties of Japanese with Austronesian and Austroasiatic Languages as an Aspect of the Altaic Problem    359–364
Giovanni Stary: A Preliminary Note on some Manchu Letters of the K‘ang-hsi Emperor to his Grandmother    365–376
Alois van Tongerloo: Saviour and Healer in the Old Uighur Religious Documents    377–392
Hans-Peter Vietze: The Manchu Script on Computer    393–399
Peter Zieme: Old Turkish Versions of the “Scripture of the Ten Kings”    401–425