The following profiles contain detailed descriptions about Hungarian departments in Europe:
University of Warsaw, Faculty of Modern Languages
University of Warsaw Faculty of Modern Languages Department of Hungarian Studies
KATEDRA HUNGARYSTYKI Uniwersytet Warszawski. Wydział Neofilologii ul. Browarna 8/10, 00-311 Warszawa
- Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian and other Finno-Ugrian Languages
- History of Hungarian Literature
- Comparative Studies of Hungarian and Polish Literary Journals
- Gender studies
- Contemporary Hungarian linguistics
- Comparative linguistics
- Cultural and political interactions between Hungary and Poland
- Finno-Ugrian linguistics
prof. dr habil. Bożenna Bojar email@example.com Expertise: Linguistics
prof. dr habil. Adrienne Körmendy Expertise: Hungarian history
prof. dr habil. Andrzej Sieroszewski Expertise: Literary History, translation.
prof. dr Elżbieta Cygielska firstname.lastname@example.org Expertise: Literary History.
dr Csilla Gizińska email@example.com Expertise: Literary History
dr Elżbieta Szawerdo firstname.lastname@example.org Expertise: Literary History, Hungarian Studies
mgr Marta Gedeon email@example.com Hungarian lector
mgr Ildikó Kozak Hungarian lector
mgr Halina Grzymska firstname.lastname@example.org main librarian
Grażyna Kwiatkowska email@example.com secretary
University of Tartu, Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics, Department of Finno-Ugric Studies
Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics Department of Finno-Ugric Studies
University of Tartu Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics Department of Finno-Ugric Studies
ülikooli 18 50090, Tartu Estonia Telephone: +372 737 5222, +372 737 5220 Fax: +372 737 5222
- Finno-Ugrian Linguistic
- Finno-Ugrian Dialectology
- Baltic-Finn Dialectology
- Hungarian “ Estonian Lexicology
- We participate in the Erasmus Network, partnering with six European universities: Vienna, Debrecen, Hamburg, Jyväskylä, Paris (Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Padova.
- Guest lecturers from Hungary (Budapest, Miskolc Szeged, Veszprém) teach at our institute regularly.
- Our department edits and publishes the periodical Bibliotheca Studiorum Hungaricorum in Estonia (which includes a Hungarian “ Estonian dictionary of verb constructions)
- We also publish Tartu Hungaroloogia Vihikud and FENNO-UGRISTICA.
- Our department is working in close cooperation with the other branches of the Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics.
- Currently two research groups work actively in our Institute, focusing on written Estonian language and computational linguistics. More information about them is available here and here.
Anu Nurk MA firstname.lastname@example.org Hungarian lector Expertise: comparative linguistics, lexicography, translation.
Tóth Viktória MA email@example.com Hungarian lector
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich Faculty of Languages and Literatures Institute of Finno-Ugrian Studies
Ludwig Maximilian Egyetem München Nyelv- és Irodalomtudományi Kar Finnugor és Uralisztikai Intézet
Ludwigstraße 31/III. 80539 München Germany
- Diachronic linguistics
- Finno-Ugrian linguistics,
- Comparative linguistics,
- Finno-Ugrian literature, ethnology and history
- The department participates in the Socrates-Erasmus Network, cooperating with Hungarian, Finnish and Estonian universities to arrange student and teacher exchange programs.
- In 2005, a Hungarian Poetry Association (Magyar LĂrakör “ Ungarischer Lyrikkreis) was established by the students, which focuses on reading, analyzing and translating Hungarian poetry. More information about the association is available here.
- Our institute publishes two periodicals: Jahrbuch für finnisch“deutsche Literaturbeziehungen. Mitteilungen aus der deutschen Bibliothek; and Veröffentlichungen des Finnisch-Ugrischen Seminars an der Universität München
Prof. Emer. Ingrid Schellbach-Kopra Deputy Department Head
Dr. Gerson Klumpp (tanársegéd) Assistant Professor
Mária Kelemen, M.A. Instructor, Hungarian Lector
Katri Annika Wessel, M.A. Instructor, Finnish Lector
Dr. Rita Fejér Expertise: Hungarian linguistics, translation
Gwen Janda Expertise: Finno-Ugrian studies
Dr. Kristel Kaljund Expertise: Estonian literature
Anikó Kelemen Expertise: Hungarian language and literature
Dr. Gabriella Maráz Expertise: Hungarian linguistics, socio-linguistics, translation.
Dr. Ágnes Mátrai Expertise: Hungarian historical linguistics.
Merike Steinert, M.A. Estonian lector
University of Helsinki Department of Finno-Ugrian Studies FIN-00014 University of Helsinki P.O. Box 25, Finland
1. Hungarian language and culture (administratively subsumed under “Finno-Ugrian language studies” from 1999 on, but with independently planned instruction). Our Hungarian Studies program provides theoretical and practical knowledge, including intensive language teaching in the first year, after which students can apply for language courses in Hungary. The instructions of the courses are in Finnish. 2. Finnic languages with a special emphasis on the closest relatives of the Finnish language (Karelian, Vepsian, Ingrian, Votian, Estonian, Livonian). This track constitutes a fruitful comparative research that is also essential for a better knowledge of the history of the Finnish language. 3. Estonian language and culture. This alternative to general Finnic studies, officially created in 1994, has enjoyed an increasing popularity. A basic course in Estonian language is obligatory for all students of Finnish. 4. Finno-Ugrian language studies: comprises both traditional comparative Finno-Ugristics and other research of the Uralic languages (more distantly related to Finnish). 5. Sámi Studies (an interdisciplinary unit, coordinated by the Lecturer of Sámi).
All these tracks can be pursued further by students in the Masters Program, and they can also form the basis of a PhD research. More information about our current PhD researchers is available (in Finnish) here. More information about PhD application process is available here.
- Hungarian Studies
- Sociolinguistics, bilingual communities, Hungarian Diaspora
- Contemporary Hungarian literature
- Cognitive linguistics
- Interactions between Estonian and Finnish Culture
- Minor Finno-Ugrian languages
- Extinct Uralic languages
- Finnish etymology
- The department is a member of the Erasmus-Network, cooperating with several European universities (Budapest, Szeged, Bratislava, Nitra, Tallinn, Tartu, Munich, and Mainz). We cooperate with these institutes to arrange teacher and student exchange programs.
- Our department is also a member of the CIMO program, which makes it possible for us to receive visiting students, scholars and researchers from Russia.
- We cooperate with the Hungarian Cultural and Scientific Centre Helsinki and the Finnish-Hungarian Society.
- A new Finnish-Hungarian dictionary is a project that aims at creating a modern medium-sized dictionary with approximately 40 000 entries. The general editors of the dictionary are Ulla-Maija Kulonen and Magdolna Kovács. Two Hungarian-Finnish working teams, Ildikó Vecsernyés and Kaija Markus, and Ottilia Kovács and Sanna Manner, are engaged in the project, supported by the Finnish Cultural Foundation for two years and the Alfred Kordelin Foundation for one year. At the moment, approximately 30 000 entries have been compiled.
- Literary reception and translations in Hungary, Finland and Slovakia is an inter-university programme that has developed from Éva Gerevich-Kopteff’s doctoral thesis. The aim of the project is to study the literary contexts of the two countries outside the Indo-European group of languages and to develop a profile for the teaching of literary studies, as well as for the supervision of basic and further research.
- Ildikó Vecsernyés participates in an EU-Grundtvig project, which focuses on courses for Hungarian language teachers of adult education. Our partners are the University of Hamburg and the Hungarian Balassi Institute.
- For more information on further, non-Hungarian related projects, click here.
Gerevich-Kopteff Éva Hungarian lector/lecturer
Kovács Magdolna Hungarian language and culture
Vecsernyés Ildikó Hungarian lector/lecturer
More information about our faculty is available here.
Institute of History and Area Studies Section of East-European Studies Aarhus Universitet Nordre Ringgade 8000 Aarhus C Denmark Website
- Russian, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian and Hungarian Literature
- History and Culture of the Soviet Union
- Hungarian as a foreign language
- Language interactions in Central Europe
Judit Horváth Peter Bugge Galina Starikova Rósa MagnĂşsdótir Christian Axboe Nielsen Katerina Hausildova
University of Vienna Institute of European and Comparative Linguistic and Literary Studies Department of Finno-Ugrian Studies Universitätscampus Altes AKH (Spitalgasse 2-4), Hof 7 A-1090 Wien
- History of Literature and Education in Hungary
- Multilingual Environments
- Gender Studies
- Historical and Comparative Linguistics
- Teaching Hungarian as a Second Language
We participate in special student exchange programs with five Hungarian universities, and organize yearly an intensive three-week summer course in Hungary (Sommerkolleg) to teach Hungarian as a second language. The department is a member of the Erasmus-Network, cooperating with eight European universities (Berlin, Humboldt, Debrecen, Hamburg, Jyväskylä, Padova, Paris III, Tartu) to arrange student and teacher exchange programs, and intensive courses. We cooperate with several other universities to arrange teacher and student exchange programs, and also participate in the Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS), partnering with the University of Vienna, the University of Szeged, University of Novi Sad, and Comenius University in Bratislava. The Austrian-Hungarian Foundation (Stiftung Aktion -sterreich-Ungarn) also offers teacher and student exchange programs.
- The typology of Ugric and Samoyedic languages
- The re-edition of German-language sources portraying collective identity in the Hungarian Kingdom between 1740 and 1918 (Der deutschsprachige Diskurs über Sprache und kollektive Identität im habsburgischen Königreich Ungarn von 1740 bis 1918).
Associate Prof. Pál Deréky pal.dereky at univie.ac.at Expertise: Hungarian Literature
Associate Prof. Timothy Riese timothy.riese at univie.ac.at Expertise: Finno-Ugric Linguistics
Associate Prof. Andrea Seidler andrea.seidler at univie.ac.at Expertise: Hungarian Literature
Senior Lecturer, Mag. Márta Csire marta.csire at univie.ac.at Expertise: Hungarian Language
Senior Lecturer, Mag. Mikko Kajander mikko.kajander at univie.ac.at Expertise: Finnish Language and culture
Mag. Edina Brenner edina.brenner at univie.ac.at Expertise: Teacher training, didactics.
Mag. Viktória Eichinger viktoria.eichinger at univie.ac.at Expertise: Hungarian language.
Dr. Ibolya Murber Expertise: Hungarian history and culture.
Dr. Wolfram Seidler wolfram.seidler at univie.ac.at Expertise: The research methods of philology, media.
Anna Sickl anna.sickl at univie.ac.at Expertise. Finnish Language.
Mag. Imbi Sooman imbi.sooman at univie.ac.at Expertise: Comparative language and literature, Scandinavian culture.
Triinu Viilukas triinu.viilukas at univie.ac.at Expertise: Estonian language.
Dr. Beáta Wagner-Nagy beata.wagner-nagy at univie.ac.at Expertise: Finno-Ugric Linguistics.
Prof. Dr. István Dobos Expertise: Hungarian Literature.
Doz. Dr. Pertti Lassila Expertise: Finnish literature.
Fenno-ugric Languages and Cultures Faculty of Art University of Groningen Oude Kijk in ‘t Jatstraat 26 9713 EK Groningen The Netherlands Website
- Baroque in Hungarian Culture and Literature
- The Reception of Hungarian Literature in Holland
- Hungarian as a Second Language
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Comparative Sociolinguistics
- Finnish Literature in the 20th Century
- Estonian Literature
Our faculty cooperates with the Research Institutes of Linguistics (CLGG) and Literature (ICOG) at the University of Groningen.
dr. A.M. de Bie-Kerekjarto a.m.de.bie at rug.nl Expertise: The reception of Hungarian literature in Holland.
Dr. Mária Czibere m.czibere at rug.nl Expertise: Language as an essential factor to the forming of identity, the institutional aspects of teaching a first language. Dr. Jolanta Jastrzebska j.d.jastrzebska at rug.nl Expertise: Hungarian émigré poetry, 20th century Hungarian novels.
Tel.: +49-40-42838 4836 Fax: +49-40-42838 6117 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Diachronic and Comparative Linguistics of Finno-Ugric Languages
- The Influence of Hungarian-German Academic Relations on Politics and Economy
- The Significance of Mother Tongue in Forming a National Identity
- Mari and Other Finno-Volgaic Languages
- Finno-Ugric Literature after the 1980s
- History of Hungary and Finland
Dr. Paula Jääsalmi-Krüger jaeaesal at uni-hamburg.de Post: Language Lector and Lecturer of Finnish Language and Culture
Dr. Tiborc Fazekas fs6a006 at uni-hamburg.de Post: Language Lector and Lecturer of Hungarian Language and Culture
PD Dr. habil. Anna Widmer Anna.Widmer at uni-hamburg.de Expertise: Finno-Ugric Linguistics
Dr. Ildikó Fazekas ildiko.fazekas at uni-hamburg.de Expertise: Hungarian Literature and Culture
Dr. phil. des. Ulrike Kahrs ulrike.kahrs at uni-hamburg.de Expertise: Finno-Volgaic Cultures
Dr. phil. des. Monika Schötschel Monika.Schoetschel at nospam.uni-hamburg.de Expertise: sociolinguistic survey of Mari language
Kaja Telschow Kaja.telschow at web.de Expertise: Estonian language
Dr. phil. des. Réka Zayzon Reka_Zayzon at public.uni-hamburg.de Expertise: Hungarian Grammar, Hungarian Literature in Transylvania
Hungarian Studies University of Jyväskylä Seminaarinmäki 15 (Kampusalue) Athenaeum, 3. kerros (318) PL 35, A 40014 University of Jyväskylä Finland
The discipline of Hungarian Studies has an effective and high quality doctoral education program, which regularly hosts visiting lecturers from Hungarian universities. Admission gives the student the right to complete both a Licentiate (optional) and a Doctorâ??s Degree.
The list of current doctoral students and their thesis topics can be read here.
- Contrastive Linguistics
- Cultic Studies
- Film Studies
- Cultural Interactions between Finland and Hungary
- European Identity and Cultural Capitals of Europe
- Various disciplines in the doctoral program
- 1991. Kulttuurin Unkari. [Cultural Hungary]. Ed.: Jaana Janhila, (Studia Hungarologica 1.)
- 1993- Hungarologische Beiträge “ multidisciplinary papers in various languages. 17 volumes are available in PDF format here.
- The publications of doctoral theses in Hungarian or English (Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities)
- 2008- Spectrum Hungarologicum: an e-book series coordinated by the University of Jyväskylä and the University of Pécs, edited by Tuomo Lahdelma and Beáta Thomka.
- We develop the project “Cult, Community, Identity,” which was funded by the Academy of Finland (Suomen Akatemia) between 2005-2007.
- Lexicography, bilingual dictionaries
- We cooperate with the Hungarian Research Institute of the Academy of Finland, which was founded by the University of Jyväskylä in 1994.
- Our department organized the 5th Congress of the International Association of Hungarian Studies in 2001.
Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Dr. tklahdes at campus.jyu.fi, Post: Researcher of art history “ person in charge of art history in Hungarian Studies.
Gergely Dusnoki, M.A., dusnokig at yahoo.com Post: Hungarian lector, instructor.
More information on the faculty and staff is available here.
- Etymology of Geographical Names
- Structuralism in Slavic Literary Theory
Doc. István Kozmács, PhD. ikozmacs at ukf.sk Post: Visiting Associate Professor Expertise: Finno-Ugric Linguistics, Udmurt Language.
József Menyhárt, PhD nyhart at ukf.sk Post: Assistant Professor Expertise: Sociolinguistics, bilingual environments, dialectology.
Presinszky Károly, PhD kpresinszky at ukf.sk Post: Assistant Professor Expertise: Hungarian-Slovak bilingual environments, dialectology.
Doc. Anna Sándor, PhD asandorova at ukf.sk Post: Docent. Expertise: Sociolinguistics, bilingual environments, dialectology.
Ildikó Kremmer, PhD. ivancova at ukf.sk Expertise: bilingual environments, sociolinguistics, lexicology, auditory phonetics, speech perception, methodology.
Zsófia Bárczi, PhD zbarcziova at ukf.sk Expertise: contemporary Hungarian Literature
Krisztián Benyovszky, PhD kbenyovszky at ukf.sk Expertise: detective fiction, Central-European literature, semiotics, neo-structuralism, translation.
Anikó N. Tóth, PhD atoth at ukf.sk Expertise: 20th century Hungarian literature.
Anikó Polgár, PhD. apolgar at ukf.sk Expertise: History of Hungarian literary translations, the reception of ancient literature in Hungary.
Chair of Finno-Ugrian Philology Department of Linguistics and Communication studies Faculty of Arts and Philosophy University of Padua Via Beato Pellegrino 1 35137 Padova Italy
The postgraduate (PhD) research programs of Finno-Ugric languages and cultures are coordinated by the Research Institutes of Linguistics and Literature at the University of Padua.
- The Linguistic Influence of Italian on Hungarian
- Hungarian Grammar, Syntax
- Speaking Hungarian in Italy
- History of Hungarian Linguistics
- The Reception of Finnish and Hungarian Literature in Italy
- Medieval Finnish and Hungarian Literature.
- Comparative linguistics
- The Grammar of Finno-Ugric Languages
- Mordvinian Language and Culture
Dr. Edit Rózsavölgyi, C.E.L. [Collaboratore ed esperto linguistico] edit.r at unipd.it Post: Hungarian Lector. Expertise: The significance of language in forming national identity.
General information about the department and the university is available here.
Our postgraduate research program (“aspirantura”) was established in 1969. The Department of Hungarian Philology has supervised 14 defenses since then. Several of our former undergraduate students pursue PhD studies in Hungary.
- Contemporary phenomena in the Hungarian Language
- Hungarian Literature
- Comparative Literature
- Subcarpathian Literature
- Historical Linguistics
- Finno-Ugric Languages and Cultures
- Theoretical Linguistics
- Interactions between Hungarian and Ukrainian Literary Texts
- The Centre of Hungarian Studies was founded in 1988 within Uzhhorod University, nowadays known as the Hungarological Institute of Uzhhorod. The Transcarpathian Hungarian Scientific Society (THSS) was formed in 1994 within the Hungarological Institute. Both have their journals: “Acta Hungarica” is the journal of the Hungarological Institute, while “Proceedings of the Transcarpathian Hungarian Scientific Society” (“A KMTT Közleményei”) is that of the THSS. Both journals are only partly Hungarian. Most of the articles issued in “Acta Hungarica” are written in Russian or Ukrainian.
- We contribute to the collection and edition of folk tales and folk poetry, to projects of lexicology (Hungarian-Ukrainian bilingual dictionaries) and dialectology (dialect mapping), and to the reestablishment of Hungarian geographical names in Subcarpathia.
- Our department organizes international conferences regularly, in cooperation with Hungarian and other European institutes of Hungarian Studies.
- Our first year students can participate in field work of folk poetry, and second year students contribute to field work projects of dialectology.
- Third year students register and study at the University of Debrecen for a limited period.
- Students in their final year can research in the Hungarian national library (Országos Széchényi Könyvtár) in Budapest for one month.
Prof. Dr. Peter Lizanec lizanec at univ.uzhgorod.ua Post: Department Head. Expertise: Dialectology; Hungarian dialects in Subcarpathia.
Katalin Horváth kati at vpapp.com Post: Docent. Expertise: Lexicology, dialectology.
Magdolna Györke m.gyorke at freemail.hu Post: Docent. Expertise: dialectology, syntax, the dialectological implications of garment names.
Krisztina Zékány kamot at email.uz.ual Post: Docent. Expertise: the etymological and historical implications of geographical names.
Lajos šr urlajos at freemail.hu Post: Docent. Expertise: the etymological and historical implications of geographical names.
Natalia Kodobocz Post: Assistant professor. Expertise: Subcarpathian geographical names.
Edit Borbély Post: Assistant professor. Expertise: dialects and sociolects of the Hungarian language in Subcarpathia.
Miklos Antonenko Post: Assistant professor. Expertise: the literature of Arvo Valton.
Diana Hulpa Post: Assistant professor. Expertise: greetings in Hungarian and Ukrainian informal language.
Emőke Csuka Post: Instructor. Expertise: 20th century Hungarian poetry and the fiction of Lászlo Balla.