The author considers separate types of mixing Mordovian and Russian lexemes, and syntactic constructions existing of the current Mordovian-Russian bilingualism.
A. D. KAKSIN (Khanty-Mansiysk, RF). Modal Words and Interjections in the Khanty Language (Similarities and Differences)
The article touches upon modal words and interjections in the poorly studied Khanty language: it clarifies the similarities and differences between them. The words of this category do not belong to important, but they differ in directivity and type of world-building and, consequently, their functional load.
NAMES IN HISTORY
L. V. DAVYDOVA, L. I. LATKINA (Syktyvkar, RF). Academic Research of Finnish scholar Yure Wichmann on the land of Komi
OUR SHARED HISTORY
A. E. KONSHIN (Kudymkar, RF). Party and Soviet Bodies of Komi-Permyatskiy District during the Great Patriotic War.
It considers the issues of military training of conscripts, receiving evacuees and children, work of medical evacuation hospitals in Komi-Permyak district during the Great Patriotic War.
It studies political and legal aspects of the status evolution of the Hungarian kingdom while being the part of the Habsburg monarchy in the XVII–XVIII centuries. It drew particular attention to the influence of dynasty crisis in the house of Habsburg, and the unification of status of Austrian ancestral lands in political and legal relations.
IT IS INTERESTING
E. V. GOLYSHENKOVA (Saransk, RF). «From the Pure Spring»
TREASURY OF TRADITIONAL CULTURE
G. E. SHKALINA (Yoshkar Ola, RF). Good and Evil in Mari Mythology
The author traces how the meeting of Mari mythology with Christian religion brought new mythical truths about Good and Evil to birth.
O. S. SAFONKINA (Saransk, RF). The Reflection of the Role of a Mordovian Woman as Cultural and Symbolic Marker of National Culture
The article describes ‘female nature’ as an aspect of private life with the application on national cultures. The authors uses the principles developed by postmodern feminist scholars and apply them to analyze the images of pagan female goddesses of Mordovian mythology.
A. A. BAZHENOVA (Syktyvkar, RF). Finno-Ugric Cultural Center of the Russian Federation: «In the Name of the Future of the Peoples»
FINNO-UGRIC PEOPLES IN THE CHANGING WORLD
N. A. KRISANOVA (Saransk, RF). Mordovia Higher School – XX century: Challenges during the Establishment of Educational Space
The article, devoted to problems of higher education in Mordovia, proves that the educational, cultural and economic level of the region directly depends on the educational environment which has actively been formed in the Republic in those years.
The article provides the information about scientific, research and publishing activities conducted by an only Humanities academic center in Udmurtiya, which academic work is closely related to the Finno-Ugric issues.
EVENTS, PEOPLE, BOOKS
T. HAKKARAINEN (Helsinki, Finland). Finnish Program on Supporting Finno-Ugric Peoples of Russia: Basic Provisions and Implementation of the Outcome in 2008