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Fifth International Symposium on Finno-Ugric Languages in Groningen

07 June 2011

On 7o to 9 June is the fifth International Symposium for Finno-Ugric Languages in Groningen. The symposium offers an important Finno-Ugric contribution to international research on folklore, myth and cultural identity. Invited key-note speakers are: Mihály Hoppál (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), Seppo Knuuttila (University of Joensuu), Ülo Valk (University of Tartu).

Location: University of Groningen, 7 to 9 June

On the website you will find more information about the programme.

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