Sinor, Denis

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SINOR, Denis

SINOR, Denis. American (born Hungary), b. 1916. Genres: History, Language/Linguistics. Career: Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Uralic and Altaic Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1986- (Professor, 1962- 86; Director, Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center, 1964-88). Editor, Journal of Asian History, 1967-; editor, Indiana University, Uralic and Altaic Series, and Oriental Series. University Lecturer Cambridge University, 1948-62. Publications: A Modern Hungarian-English Dictionary, 1957; History of Hungary, 1959; Introduction a l'etude de l'Eurasie Centrale, 1963; (trans. with M. McKellar) Conqueror of the World, by Rene Grousset, 1966; Inner Asia: History, Civilization, Languages: A Syllabus, 1969, 1971; Inner Asia and Its Contacts with Medieval Europe, 1977; Tanulmanyok, 1982; Essays in Comparative Altaic Linguistics, 1990; Studies in Medieval Inner Asia, 1997. EDITOR: Orientalism and History, 1954; Studies in South, East and Central Asia, 1968; Modern Hungary: A Reader, 1977; Handbook of Uralic Studies, 1988; Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia, 1990; (co) Essays on Uzbek History, Culture and Language, 1993. Address: Dept. of Central Eurasian, Goodbody Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]