F. G. ALEKSEEV (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). Field research of the Seto language

Field research of the Seto language

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), fgalekseev@gmail.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.

1. Bolshakova, N. V. (2012), Traditional way of life of the peasants of Pskov (on regional ethno-linguistic dictionary), Pskov: Logos Plus.

2. Krylova, A. S. (2006), Language Situation in Ket villages, Field studies of RSUH students: ethnology, folklore, linguistics, Vol. I, Moscow, p. 163–172.

3. Manakov, A. G., Karpukhina, N. V., Pyzhova, O. A. (2009), Seth Pechora region in the beginning of the XXI century (on the basis of ethno-demographic research, 2008), Pskov Journal of Regional Studies, № 7, p. 140–145.

4. Scheller, E. (2010), The situation of Sami languages in Russia, Science and Business in Murman, № 2 (69), p. 15–27.

5. Moseley, C. (2010), Atlas of World’s Endangered Languages in Danger, 3rd ed., Paris: UNESCO Publishing.

6. Pajusalu, K. (2009), Lõunaeesti murded, Eesti murded ja kohanimed, Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, p. 165–194.


This entry was posted in Unrubric and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.