Research Institute for Linguistics

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Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics
Nyelvtudományi Kutatóközpont
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Established1949 (1949)
Field of research
linguistics, incl. phonetics, lexicography, language technology, applied and theoretical linguistics
LocationBudapest, Hungary
47°30′41″N 19°04′34″E / 47.5113°N 19.0761°E / 47.5113; 19.0761Coordinates: 47°30′41″N 19°04′34″E / 47.5113°N 19.0761°E / 47.5113; 19.0761
AffiliationsHungarian Academy of Sciences
Websitewww.nytud.hu

The Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics (Hungarian: Nyelvtudományi Kutatóközpont) was created in 1949. It was under the supervision of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences from 1951 until 2019, when it was moved by a governmental decree to the supervision of Eötvös Loránd Research Network [hu],[1] a decision contested by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.[2]

Its primary tasks include research in Hungarian linguistics, general, theoretical and applied linguistics, Uralic linguistics, and phonetics, as well as the preparation of a comprehensive dictionary of the Hungarian language, and the maintenance of its archive materials. Other research projects investigate various aspects and different variants of Hungarian. Further tasks include the assembly of linguistic corpora and databases, and laying the linguistic groundwork for computational software and applications. The Institute also operates a public advice service on language and linguistics, prepares expert reports on relevant affairs on demand, and runs the Theoretical Linguistics Undergraduate and Doctoral Program jointly with Eötvös Loránd University.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2019. évi LXVIII. törvény" [Decree 48 of 2019]. Magyar Közlöny (in Hungarian) (122). 12 July 2019. Retrieved 17 December 2020.
  2. ^ Patricolo, Claudia (5 September 2019). "Hungarian Academy of Sciences turns to Constitutional Court". Emerging Europe. Retrieved 17 December 2020.

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