WALTHER HEISSIG AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF MONGOLIAN STUDIES IN EUROPE

Marek Stachowski

Abstrakt

Walther Heissig (1913–2005) was certainly one of the most influential researchers on Mongolian, well thought of by his fellows and esteemed by his students. This edition of archive materials concerning Heissig’s life and work (cited below as WH) is a good opportunity for this author to discuss some aspects of a future, possibly all-embracing biography of Heissig.

Słowa kluczowe: history of linguistics, Mongolian studies, Mongolic, Oriental languages, Oriental studies
References

WH = Walravens H. (ed.). 2012. Walther Heissig (1913–2005). Mongolist, Zentralasienwissenschaftler, Literaturwissenschaftler und Folklorist. Leben und Werk. Würdigungen, Dokumente, Forschungsberichte, Rundfunkprogramme. Wiesbaden.

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