IAHS/Lotz-Prize Winners
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Lotz-Prize Winners

  • In 1981, at the I. International Congress of Hungarian Studies:

    István Csapláros, retired professor of Hungarian at Warsaw University, and an outstanding representative of Hungarian studies in Poland

    Eva Martins, a former student of John Lotz, and professor

    Olga Penavin, professor of Hungarian at the Újvidék (Novy Sad) University and a scholar of Yugoslav-Hungarian dialects

    Vladimir Milauer, retired professor of the Charles University in Prague

    Viljo Tervonen, the first director of the Hungarian Institute of Helsinki University, and a promoter of Hungarian literature and culture in Finland

    Béla Szent-Iványi, retired professor of Hungarian at the Humboldt University in Berlin and a distinguished scholar of 18th century Hungarian culture


  • In 1986, at the II. International Congress of Hungarian Studies:

    József Faragó, folklorist and research assistant at the Kolozsvár (Cluj) section of the Romanian Academy of Sciences

    Karlheinz Mack, historian and director of the Österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut, and a scholar of Central European history

    Jean-Luc Moreau, professor at the Sorbonne in Paris and a distinguished translator and promoter of Hungarian literature in France

    Pauline Palmeos, lecturer at the Finno-Ugrian Department of the Tartu State University, and a distinguished teacher of Hungarian language and literature

    Albert Tezla, retired professor of Minnesota University, scholar of the history of the Hungarian emigration, and a major promoter and translator of Hungarian literature


  • In 1991, at the III. International Congress of Hungarian Studies:

    István Futaky, linguist, professor at Göttingen University

    Zsigmond Jakó, professor, historian, organizer and director of the Society of the Transylvanian Museum at Kolozsvár (Cluj)

    Hannu Launonen, Finnish literary historian

    Péter Rákos, literary historian, professor of the Charles University at Prague

    Kálmán Sass, literary historian in Brussels, professor of Louvain University

    Antal Sivirsky, literary historian at The Hague, the distinguished promoter and translator of Hungarian literature into Dutch

    Truong Dang Dung, literary historian of the Institute of World Literature at Hanoi, translator of Hungarian literature into Vietnamese

    János Váradi-Sternberg, professor of history at Ungvár (Uz'gorod)


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