International Association for Hungarian Studies (IAHS)
Association internationale des études hongroises
Internationale Gesellschaft für Ungarische Philologie
Nemzetközi Magyarsagtudomanyi Tàrsasàg
Mezdunarodnoe Obscestvo po Hungarologii
25 Aug 1977. Statutes: approved at 1st General Assembly, 14 Aug 1981, Budapest (Hungary); modified by 3rd General Assembly, 16 Aug 1991, Szeged (Hungary); 5th Assembly, 14 Aug 2001, Jyväskylä (Finland).
Support scholarly and public interest/activity in the fields of Hungarian language, literature, ethnography and cultural history; encourage cooperation and assist scholars, teachers and other specialists working in these fields.
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