E. A. TSYPANOV (Syktyvkar, Russia). The Dynamic Aspect of Modern Permic Languages: Vocabulary
This article discusses poorly researched issues related to the dynamics of the Permic languages, with the consideration of the changes happening within the past decade on different levels.
Y. A. TAMBOVTSEV (Novosibirsk, Russia). Variation of Long and Short Vowels in the Mansi Language
The article investigates the variation in the length of playing time of short and long vowels of the Mansi language, measured by using the spectrointonograf at 13 of its speakers.
M. I. LOMSHIN, O. M. SUSOREVA (Saransk, Russia). «The Fate of a Human and Peoples. Fate» in the Duology of Novels by A.S. Shcheglov «Kavkst Chachoz»
The authors consider the development of the novel of an epic type in Mordovia literature on the example of the duology novel by A.S. Shcheglov«Kavkst Chachoz» («Twice Born»).
THE NAMES IN THE HISTORY OF
S. SAARINEN (Turku, Finland). Heikki Paasonen the Outstanding Researcher of Mordovian Languages and Culture
OUR SHARED HISTORY
I. V. BAKHLOV (Saransk, Russia). Baltic States andFinland in a Territorial System of Russian Empire: the Status Specificity and Ethnopolitical Situation
The article reveals the specificity of the Baltic lands (Estland, Kurland, Liflyandii) andFinlandin a territorial system of the Russian Empire. It considers a correlation between colonization and expansion as the factors of imperial territorial complex formation. The article gives the description of the Baltic-Finnish colonization model.
O. P. ILUKHA (Petrozavodsk, Russia). The Language Environment of Rural Schools inKarelia in the late XIX. early XX Centuries
At the material ofKareliait considers the breaking of Russian state language policy on the regional (provincial) and local (school) levels. It traces how the changes in the political life affected the everyday life of school.
IT IS INTERESTING
V. B. MAKHAEV (Saransk, Russia). Hungarian Jazz inSaransk
TREASURY OF TRADITIONAL CULTURE
I. RÜÜTEL (Tartu, Estonia). Kihnu`s Wedding Ceremonies in Finno-Ugric Context
This article is devoted to a comprehensive typological analysis of one of the brightest centers of traditional culture on the UNESCO.s World Heritage List . Kihnu island. It discusses the historically established ceremonial rituals and pieces of folk music, singing and dancing, their specific features in their relation to the rites of the Eastern European and Baltic Finno-Ugric people.
T. P. ARISKINA (Saransk, Russia), B. K. KOVACS (Szeged, Hungary). Status and Prospects of Academic and Methodological Cooperation of Mordovia N.P. Ogarev State University with the Universities and Research Centers in Hungary
FINNO-UGRIC PEOPLES IN THE CHANGING WORLD
T. A. VASINA (Izhevsk, Russia). Experience of Ethnic and Social Study of Izhevsk City`s Udmurt Population
The article analyzes the problem of adaptation of the native ethnic group to the modern socio-cultural conditions on the example of representatives of Udmurt nationality residing in the city ofIzhevskand working in the field of culture and education.
O. A. BOGATOVA, A. I. KARGIN (Saransk, Russia). Ethnic Identity and Social Status of the Mordovian Population of theRepublic ofMordovia
The article analyzes the results of ethnic and sociological study conducted in2007 intheRepublicofMordoviaas the joint Russian-Finnish project «About the State of the Finno-Ugric Peoples of theRussian Federation».
EVENTS, PEOPLE, BOOKS
Yu. G. ANTONOV (Saransk, Russia). Alexander Pudin a Playwright