Proceedings 2016

Statehood in the Altaic World. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference (PIAC), Ardahan, Turkey, June 26-July 1, 2016. Edited by Hartmut Walravens, Barbara Kellner-Heinkele and Oliver Corff. Published by Books on Demand. Norderstedt, 2018. ISBN:  978-3-7528-0263-4.

Table of Contents

pp. 9–10

Christine BELL: Bâbur’s Affinity for Fabric
pp. 11–61

Oliver CORFF: A Boundless Homeland: Terminology of Territorial Administration, Areas and Peoples in the Qing Empire
pp. 63–74

Barbara KELLNER-HEINKELE: Denis Sinor (1916–2011) and Altaic Studies
pp. 75–99

LIU Ge: On the Theory of Regular Script in Uighur Calligraphy
pp. 101–108

Kyoko MAEZONO: A Comparison of (Jap) kuni “land, country, state”, (Mo) ulus and (Ma) gurun
pp. 109–126

Oleg RUSTEMOV: Crimean Toponyms in the Court Registers of the 17th–18th Centuries and the Issue of the Crimean Tatars’ Tribal Composition
pp. 127–148

Osman Fikri SERTKAYA: Shall we Read the Verb About “God of Time” (öd teñri) which is in Köl Tigin (N 10) as yaşamak Living “to live” […]
pp. 149–156

Orhan SÖYLEMEZ: Reevaluating the Role of the Native Language as Part of the Nation Building Process in Kazakstan
pp. 157–181

Hartmut WALRAVENS: Lalitavajra as a Promoter of Manchu and Mongol Buddhist Literature
pp. 183–225

Münevver Ebru ZEREN: The Role of the Ancestor Cult in the Turks’ Statehood Conception
pp. 227–237

Hartmut WALRAVENS: Poetical Travels in Mongolia
pp. 239–256

pp. 257–265