The International Journal “Finno-Ugric World” (ISSN 2076-2577) studies the problems of philology, art, culture, history and ethnography of Finno-Ugric peoples. The journal is founded by Ogarev Mordovia State University (Certificate of Media Registration data: PI #FS77-31846, 23 April, 2008). In 2012 the journal was included in the List of Russian peer-reviewed academic journals (approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation), which publish obligatorily disclosed information on results of Doctoral and Candidate of Science’s theses (ed. 1.12.2015).

Editor-in-Chief: Nikolay P. Makarkin, Doctor of Economics, makarkin[1]
Professor, President of Ogarev Mordovia State University.

The Editorial and Advisory Boards incorporate scholars, academic administrators, representatives of governmental authorities, national associations, and people of culture and arts of Finno-Ugric regions of the Russian Federation, Finland, Hungary and Estonia.

The journal aims at dissemination of information on the Finno-Ugric peoples, promotion of languages, literature, folk culture and arts, and local history.