Alekseev Fedor G.,
BA student (III year of the educational program “History”), St. Petersburg campus, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Saint-Petersburg, Russia), email@example.com
Basing on linguistic expedition in 2015, which was the first attempt of field study of the idiome in Russia, it considers the current situation of the small Finno-Ugric language Seto (Seto) on the territory of Pechora district of Pskov region.
Keywords: Seto language; small nations; Pskov region; revitalization; field studies.
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