Proceedings 2015

Türk Dilleri Araştırmaları
Volume 28 / 28. Cilt
Number 1 / 1. Sayı
Summer / Yaz 2018
This short volume contains the Proceedings of the 58th Session of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference held in Dunajská Streda (Slovakia) 6 – 11 September 2015. Our local partner was the Vambéry Civic Society the members of which hosted us magnanimously. We had an unforgettable week together and now we are happy to present this special volume containing the materials we got from the participants. I am personally very grateful for the contribution of Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ölmez, Doç. Dr. Tülay Çulha, Zeynep Pınar Can and Dr. Kinga Szálkai who did their best to carry out this uneasy work.
We brought all the materials as they were sent to us and edited them according to the format of the Türk Dilleri Araştırmaları. Nevertheless we were unable to make emendations in the language of texts, so they remained as they were sent to us.
Last but not least we want to express our thankfulneass to our hosts in Dunajská Streda, first of all
JuDr. Zoltán Hájos
the mayor of the city Dunajská Streda
Ing. Soňa Szabadošova
Gyula Hodossy
the Director of the Vámbéry Civic Society
Bilecik, July 8 2018.
Dr. Habil. Mihály Dobrovits
President of the 58th Session of the PIAC
Ön Söz 5–6
Lubov L. Abaeva: «Thanka» in the Buddhist Painting Art of the Mongols and its Transmission to the European and American Cultures 7–18
Tatiana Anikeeva: Art of Book Illustration in Lithographies of Turkish Folk Narratives 19–29
Christine Bell: Kyrgyz Textiles in the Yurt – Then and Now 31–42
Alicia Campi: The Place of Altaic Studies within ‘Silk Road’ and Eurasian Continentalism 43–58
Oliver Corff: Are Altaic Studies A Political Science? A Reflection on Weber’s “Science as a Vocation” from the Perspective of Altaic Studies 59–67
Barnabas Csongor: Chinese Standard Histories on the Origin of the 突厥 Tujue 69–72
Olga V. Diakova: Altai Tradition in the Pohai-Korean Art 73–81
Koichi Higuchi: Multilayered Construction of Mongolian Buddhist Works; a Case Study 83–92
Yoko Kobayashi: How is a Language of a Minority Surrounded by an Overwhelming Majority Changed? Its Implications on Language Contact Studies 93–100
Mehmet Ölmez: About qwγ and qwni säŋünüg from Old Turkic Inscriptions s. 101-107
Zühal Ölmez: Mongolian Loanwords in the Works of Navai III s. 109-120
Gabriel Pirický: Vladimír Krivoš’s Letters from Crimea. Travel Accounts on Crimean Tatars in the Service of Slovak National Revival s. 121-134
Václav Blažek – Michal Schwarz: Altaic from the Point of View of Tungusic- Past and Present State and Future Prospects s. 135-156
Kinga Szálkai: Ethnic Issues and Border Delineations in Soviet Central Asia: The Role of Ethnography s. 157-172
Hülya Uzuntaş: “Story of Seyfe’l-Mülûk and Bedî’ü’l-Cemâl” was Written in Islamic Period in Chagatai Turkish with Uighur Script and its Grammar Analysis s. 173-183
Hartmut Walravens: A Brave Manchu Officer Fights The Rebels s. 185-195