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T. P. Ariskina (Saransk, Russia). Complex nouns of common type in the Erzia and Hungarian languages

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.230-241 Complex nouns of common type in the Erzia and Hungarian languages Tatiana P. Ariskina, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of Finno-Ugric Philology, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), ariskina82@mail.ru Introduction. Word building is used to form … Continue reading

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V. N. Maksimov, O. A. Sergeev (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Barbara T. Timofeeva – 100

Barbara T. Timofeeva – 100 Valerij N. Maksimov, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of the Mari Language and Literature, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), sernur@rambler.ru Oleg A. Sergeev, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Senior Research Fellow, Mari Research Institute of Language, … Continue reading

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L. V. Kalachina (Saransk, Russia). “Woman is the world, woman is a myth” by P. D. Minichkin, a teacher of arts

“Woman is the world, woman is a myth” by P. D. Minichkin, a teacher of Arts Larisa V. Kalachina, Cand. Sc. {Cultural Studies}, Executive secretary of the newspaper “The voice of the Mordovia University” of the Office of Public Relations, … Continue reading

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A. A. Osmushina (Saransk, Russia). The model of justice in Mordovian ethnic tales

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.212-219 The model of justice in Mordovian ethnic tales Anastasiia A. Osmushina, Candidate Sc. {Philosophy}, Associate Professor, Department of English Language for Professional Communication, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), 98761985@mail.ru Introduction. The research is determined by the … Continue reading

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A. V. Berezina (Ekaterinburg, Russia). Transformation of the linguistic culture of the Urals Mari in the XX – at the beginning of the XXI centuries

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.203-211 Transformation of the linguistic culture of the Urals Mari in the XX – at the beginning of the XXI centuries Anna V. Berezina, Senior lecturer, Department of Social and Humanities Studies, Ural State Forest Engineering University (Ekaterinburg, Russia), … Continue reading

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V. N. Nemechkin (Saransk, Russia). Formation and development of international standards in the field of linguistic rights of indigenous peoples: historical and legal aspects

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.194-202 Formation and development of international standards in the field of linguistic rights of indigenous peoples: historical and legal aspects Vasily N. Nemechkin, Candidate Sc. {Law}, Associate Professor, Department of Legal Disciplines, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), … Continue reading

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G. A. Kornishina (Saransk, Russia). Mordovian traditional women’s headdresses in the context of their ethnic and territorial identity

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.184-193 Mordovian traditional women’s headdresses in the context of their ethnic and territorial identity Galina A. Kornishina, Doctor of History, Professor, Department of Russian History, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), g.kornihina@mail.ru Introduction. Being one of the elements … Continue reading

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Y. V. Karakin, T. V. Pashkova (Petrozavodsk, Russia). The role of the furnace in Karelians funeral and memorial rites and folk medicine

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.176-183 The role of the furnace in Karelians funeral and memorial rites and folk medicine Yevgeniy V. Karakin, Senior lecturer, Department of Baltic-Finnish Philology, Petrozavodsk State University (Petrozavodsk, Russia), karakin.86@mail.ru Tatyana V. Pashkova, Doctor of History, Head of Department … Continue reading

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V. K. Abramov (Saransk, Russia). Akai Boliaev and the Peasant War of 1670–1671 on the Mordovian territory

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.162-175 Akai Boliaev and the Peasant War of 1670–1671 on the Mordovian territory Vladimir K. Abramov, Doctor of History, Professor, Member of the Executive Committee of the Interregional Public Organization of the Mordovian (Mokshan and Erzyan) People (Saransk, Russia), … Continue reading

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A. V. Kaverin, N. A. Kaverina, D. A. Masserov, I. S. Ushakov, D. A. Yanina (Saransk, Moscow, Russia). Historical analysis of agricultural development and use of the territory of Mordovia (from the Neolithic to the present day)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.02.151-161 Historical analysis of agricultural development and use of the territory of Mordovia (from the Neolithic to the present day) Alexandr V. Kaverin, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Department of Ecology and Nature Management, National Research Mordovia State University … Continue reading

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