Bibliografiia po sovetskomu mongolovedenii [Mongolian Studies in the Soviet Union]
A Bibliography of Soviet Publications 1981-1986]
Published by: Sinor Research Institute of Inner Asian Studies
This bibliographical guide contains entries of monographs, articles, and other materials concerning Mongolian Studies published in the Soviet Union between 1980-1986. It was originally produced in recognition of the formation of the International Association for Mongol Studies at the Fifth International Congress of Mongolists in 1987. Only 295 copies were published in the Soviet Union for the first edition of this work. Therefore, this volume presents an exact reproduction for broader distribution. As a bibliographical guide, it provides the reader with a comprehensive overview of Soviet-era Mongolian Studies literature, ideal for anyone conducting research in the field. This work is written entirely in Russian with the exception of an English preface written by Denis Sinor.
Preface by Denis Sinor From the Compilers I: Mongolian Studies II: History and Economics Monographs Collections, materials and conference theses Articles Reviews and abstracts Dissertation abstracts III: Archaeology Monographs Collections, materials and conference theses Articles IV: Ethnography and Anthropology Monographs Collections, materials and conference theses Articles V: Linguistics Monographs, dictionaries, reference literature Collections, conference materials Articles 1: Mongolian linguistics, Mongolian languages and writing 2: Phonetics and phonology 3: Graphs and orthography 4: Morphology. Word formation 5: Syntax 6: Lexicology 7: Toponymics, onomastics, anthroponomics 8: Sociolinguistics 9: Written monuments. Linguistic study of the monuments. Reviews, abstracts Dissertation abstracts VI: Literary history and Folklore Monographs Collections, materials and conference theses Articles Reviews, abstracts Dissertation abstracts VII: Personnel Table of Contents
the bibliography is useful as a guide to Russian publications for the period covered~Arash Bormanshinov, Mongolian Studies Vol. 12