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The Mari corpus project was initiated by scholars from Ghent (Alexandra Simonenko), Helsinki (Jack Rueter, Niko Partanen), Moscow (Anna Volkova), Munich/Vienna (Jeremy Bradley), Tromsø (Trond Trosterud), Turku (Jorma Luutonen), and Yoshkar-Ola (Andrey Chemyshev, Gennadiy Sabantsev, Nadezhda Timofeeva). It represents an effort to create a morphologically annotated corpus of literary Mari (both Meadow Mari and Hill Mari) searchable in myriad ways (by lexeme, by morphological pattern, by syntactic pattern). The first working version of this corpus was released on 23 December 2020 and contains 57.38 million tokens of Meadow Mari texts and 6.25 million tokens of Hill Mari text. Texts represent different genres (fiction, non-fiction, law, news, science) and represent over a century of Mari literacy.
The following video illustrates rudimentary functionalities of the corpus:
Participating and supporting institutions:
|The Mari Web Project is primarily based at the Department of Finno-Ugric Studies at the University of Vienna. The Mari-English Dictionary was funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): P22786-G20. The second stage of the project is being funded by the Kone Foundation: The Mari Web Project: Phase 2. Some of our work is carried out at the Institute of Finno-Ugric and Uralic Studies at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.|
|Last update: 07 April 2021|