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A. Amanjolov
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A.S. AMANJOLOV
GENESIS OF TÜRKIC RUNIC SCRIPT
Almaty, "Mektep", 2003 ISBN 9965-16-204-2
Book Contents Genesis Of Türkic Runic Alphabet Amanjolov Alphabet Table Conclusion
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 
     
Altai Sarsen Amanjolov was born on June 2, 1934 in Almaty. In 1952 after graduating with a medal the Russian high school No 33 in Almaty, he was accepted to the Eastern Branch of Philological Faculty in the Moscow State University.

In 1957 A.Amanjolov graduated the M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University (Institute of Eastern Languages at the Moscow State University) with a major in "Türkic philology ", remained for a post-graduate work, and in 1963 successfully completed master thesis with a theme "Verbal inflection in language of Ancient Türkic writing monuments" (under professor V.M.Nasilov). In 1957-1960, and also since 1964 he was doing research work in the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR. In June, 1966 the Ministry of higher and special education of the Kazakh SSR sent him to the Kazakh State Women Pedagogical Institute to the Faculty of the Kazakh Language, where he worked as a lecturer, docent, professor,  and dean till September 1979.

A.Amanjolov is one of  the leading professors of the al-Farabi Kazakh National University, in 1979-1995 he was a dean of the General Linguistics Faculty, and since April 1995 he works as a professor of the General Linguistics Faculty.

A.Amanjolov has developed and lectures a number of theoretical courses at the university: "Introduction to Türkic philology ", "Ancient Türkic language", "Comparative grammar of Türkic languages", "General linguistics", "Graphical linguistics". These courses stand out by their modern scientific acuteness, clarity of material, and convincing argumentation.

A.Amanjolov is an outstanding linguist, a recognized expert in the field of comparative-historical grammar of the Türkic languages, and history of the Ancient Türkic scripts. The author has about two hundred published works about the Türkic philology and linguistics, including 5 monographs in Russian and Kazakh languages, and a few publications in English and Turkish languages.

Major works:


"Verbal inflection in language of Ancient Türkic writing monuments", Moscow: Science, 1969, 104 pp;
"Türkic runic graphics", Almaty, KazGU, 1980 (Part 1, 56p), 1981 (Part 2, 56 ), 1985 (Part 3, 48p);
"Babalar sözi", Peking: Ülttar baspasy, 1988, 70 pp. (in Kazakh language, in Arabic script);
"Ortak asyl miras - Ortak asyl miras", Trabzon, 1994, 38 pp. (in Turkish  and Kazakh languages);
Türki filologiyasy jene jazu Tarihi, Almaty, Sanat, 1996, 128 pp. (in Kazakh language);
Qzaksha-Oryssha lingvistikalyk terminology sözdigi - Kazakh-Russian dictionary of linguistic terminology. Almaty, Qazaq universiteti, 1997, 86 pp. (2nd revised edition - 1999, 75 pp.)
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His monograph "Verbal inflection in language of Ancient Türkic writing monuments" (1969.) received a high praise from the experts.  The thesis of the A.Amanjolov doctor's dissertation " Materials and research in history of Ancient Türkic writing", completed in 1975, is rated to be a fundamental scientific work, a result of multi-year research.

In the 1980 A.Amanjolov completed FPK at the Leningrad State University with the major "General Linguistics". In September 1986 through March 1987 A.Amanjolov continued his scientific training in the People's Republic of China at the Peking University. In 1988 in Peking was published his book "Word of ancestors" (in Kazakh language) that addressed studies of Ancient Türkic writing.

A.Amanjolov spent 1993-1994 school year in Türkey, where he lectured in the Black Sea Technical University (Trabzon) on modern Kazakh language and comparative grammar of Türkic languages. In 1994 in Trabzon was published his book "Precious Common inheritance" (in Turkish  and Kazakh languages).

A.Amanjolov has presented research papers and reports at international scientific conferences, prepared 16  Phil. Sci PhD's. A professor since 1978, a honorary member of the Kazakh society for protection of historical monuments and culture since 1990, a full member (Academician) of Kazakhstan Academy of Humanities since 1995.

A.Amanjolov was awarded with medal "Veteran of labor" (1988), Kazakh order "Kdamet" (1999), was awarded a premium by the International Organization of Economic Cooperation (2000).
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