Sándor Páll

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Sándor Páll ( Serbian Шандор Пал Šandor Pal ; born February 15, 1954 in Bačko Petrovo Selo , Vojvodina , Yugoslavia ; † July 7, 2010 ) was a Serbian literary scholar, translator and politician with a Hungarian mother tongue.


He studied South Slavic literature at the University of Novi Sad , where he received his doctorate in 1988 . Since 2004 he has been a professor in the Serbian Language Department at the Philosophical Faculty of Novi Sad University. His thematic focus was on literary and cultural Yugoslav-Hungarian relations in the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as the problems of translation.

He was chairman of the Vajdasági Magyarok Demokratikus Közössége / Demokratska zajednica vojvođanskih Mađara (Democratic Association of Hungarians of Vojvodina), a party that participated in elections together with other parties as the party alliance of the Magyar coalition .


  • Mađarski pogled na Balkans. Južnoslovenske teme i ličnosti u mađarskim listovima, časopisima i beletrističkim knjigama, 1780-1825 (The Hungarian view of the Balkans. South Slavic topics and personalities in Hungarian newspapers, magazines and fiction books 1780-187741), 2008 ( ISBN 978-86-87741) 01-0 )

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Individual evidence

  1. Prof. dr Pal Šandor ( Memento from September 1, 2016 in the Internet Archive )