The peer-reviewed academic journal “Finno-Ugric World” was founded in 2008. It seeks to develop Finno-Ugric studies, Finno-Ugric languages, literature, folk culture and arts, and the history of the native land. It welcomes the articles on the various aspects in linguistics, literature, culture, art, history and ethnography of the Finno-Ugric peoples.
The names and content of the journal’s sections correspond to the groups of specialties of academic staff in accordance with the Nomenclature of Specialties of Academic Personnel. The journal follows a double-blind peer review process to maintain its high standard of the editorial expert assessment.
The journal seeks papers and book reviews on various aspects of Finno-Ugric Studies. It covers the following research areas: “Philology” – 10.02.00 linguistics; “History” – 07.00.00 History and Archeology; “Cultural Studies” – 24.00.00 Cultural Studies.
The founder and publisher of the journal is Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “National Research Mordovia State University” (68 Bolshevistskaya Str., Saransk 430005, Republic of Mordovia, Russia).
The journal is registered by the Federal Service For Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (Certificate of Registration ПИ No. ФС-77-70644, August 3, 2017)
Print ISSN: 2076-2577
Online ISSN: 2541-982X
Since 2012, the journal is included in the List of Russian peer-reviewed academic journals approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation to publish research results of Dissertations for the academic degrees of Doctor and Candidate of Sciences.
Editor-in-Chief: Nikolai P. Makarkin, Doctor of Economics, Professor, President of National Research Ogarev Mordovia State University, Head of the Interregional Research Center of Finno-Ugric Studies
Natalia V. Mosina, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Finno-Ugric Philology, National Research Mordovia State University; section “Philology”;
Galina A. Kornishina, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Department of Russian History, National Research Mordovia State University; section “History”;
Nikolai I. Boyarkin, Doctor of Art History, Professor, Leading Researcher of the Interregional Research Center of Finno-Ugric Studies; section “Cultural Studies”.
The editorial board includes scholars, academics, representatives of State Bodies, National Public Associations, and representatives of culture and arts of the Finno-Ugric regions of the Russian Federation, Finland, Hungary and Estonia.
68 Bolshevistskaya Str., Saransk
430005, Republic of Mordovia, Russia
Editorial board of “Finno-Ugric World” journal
Phone: +7 8342 474423; 478220
The journal is indexed and archived:
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The journal distribution: Russian Federation, and abroad.
Languages of publications: Russian, English.
The Editorial Board does not provide any pay or agency services and it does not work with intermediaries.