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  1. Matthias Alexander Castrén (2 December 1813 – 7 May 1852) was a Finnish Swedish ethnologist and philologist who was a pioneer in the study of the Uralic languages. He was an educator, author and linguist at the University of Helsinki.

  2. Matthias Alexander Castrén (1813–1852) was by far the most significant Finnish linguist of the 19th century. Not only was he a linguist but also a multidisciplinary scholar equally adept in the fields of ethnography, folklore, mythology, archaeology, history, and human geography.

  3. Matthias Alexander Castrén was a Finnish nationalist and pioneer in the study of remote Arctic and Siberian Uralic and Altaic languages. He also championed the ideology of Pan-Turanianism—the belief in the racial unity and future greatness of the Ural-Altaic peoples.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  4. Studioso di lingue e culture ugro-finniche, dedicò a esse pregevoli grammatiche e dizionarî. Particolarmente importante è la sua scoperta della parentela fra il samoiedo e l'ugrofinnico. Partecipò a una spedizione in Siberia (1845-49) fino allo Ienissei e al Bajkal.

  5. Nell'Enciclopedia Treccani troverai tutto quello che devi sapere su CASTRÈN, Mathias Alexander. Entra subito su, il portale del sapere.

  6. 1 lug 2009 · Matthias Alexander Castrén (1813–1852), a great Finnish researcher and fieldworker, the first professor of the Finnish language, undertook a vast range of studies, geographically from Norwegian Lapland to Siberia and in subjects from linguistics to ethnology.

  7. Finland's First Linguist. Tapani Salminen aptly describes how Matthias Castrén was somewhat isolated from the acquaintances he made during his study years due to concentrating on an academic career.