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Contents (2017, 2)

PHILOLOGY V. I. Antonova, A. N. Goliakov, Iu. A. Mishanin (Saransk, Moscow, Russia). The author’s understanding of the national picture of the world in the novel “Stepan Erzia” by K. Abramov Iu. G. Antonov, S. V. Sheianova (Saransk, Russia). Modern mordovian … Continue reading

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A. N. Rakin (Syktyvkar, Russia). The International Congress of Finno-Ugric Studies will be held in the Austrian capital

The International Congress of Finno-Ugric Studies will be held  in  the Austrian capital A. N. Rakin, Doctor of Philology, Chief Research Fellow, Language Sector, Institute of Language, Literature and History of the Komi Research Center, Ural Branch of the Russian … Continue reading

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E. A. Igushev (Syktyvkar, Russia). Ethnocultural discourse in artistic translation

Ethnocultural discourse in artistic translation Book review: Ostapova E. V. Komi Literature in the Translation Mirror [Electronic resource]: a monograph: electronic edition on CD-ROM / E. V. Ostapova; Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Pitirim Sorokin Syktyvkar State … Continue reading

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E. N. Vaganova (Saransk, Russia). Poetic language in Mordva-Erzya lamentations of funeral cycle

Poetic language in Mordva-Erzya lamentations of funeral cycle Vaganova Elena N., Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of German Philology, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), waganowa@mail.ru Introduction. The research problem of the phenomenon of the funeral lamentations, particularly through the … Continue reading

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N. I. Boiarkin, L. B. Boiarkina (Saransk, Russia). Robert Lach and ethnomusual aspect of Finno-Ugric studies in the period of formation of comparative European Music Studies

Robert Lach and ethnomusual aspect  of Finno-Ugric studies in the period of formation of comparative European Music Studies Boiarkin Nikolai I., Doctor of Art Criticism, Professor, Department of Folk Music, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), bojarkin_ni@mail.ru Boiarkina Liudmila B., … Continue reading

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E. N. Lomshina, F. Hatvani (Saransk, Russia; Budapest, Hungary). Research of traditional Mordovian medicine based on field trips: linguo-cultural aspect

Research of traditional Mordovian medicine based on field trips: linguo-cultural aspect Lomshina Elena N., Candidate Sc. {Philosophy}, Associate Professor, Head of the Research Laboratory of Finno-Ugric Culture, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), enlomshina@mail.ru Hatvani Flora, Doctoral student, Department of Finno-Ugric … Continue reading

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S. A. Tambi (Moscow, Russia). Luga Estonians

Luga Estonians Tambi Sergei A., Graduate student (MA), Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation  (Moscow, Russia), sergey.tambi@gmail.com Introduction. The Luga direction was one of the main migration routes for the … Continue reading

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G. V. Ivanova (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Traditional road culture of the Karelians shown in the newspaper “Olonetskie gubernskie vedomosti” (1838–1917)

Traditional road culture of the Karelians shown in the newspaper “Olonetskie gubernskie vedomosti” (1838–1917) Ivanova Galina V., PhD student, Sector of Ethnology, Institute of Language, Literature and History, Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences (Petrozavodsk, Russia), my_videl_2010@rambler.ru Introduction. Road culture (or … Continue reading

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S. L. Iakovleva, G. N. Kazyro (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). National specific features of Mari and American paroemae about wealth

National specific features of Mari  and American paroemae about wealth Iakovleva Svetlana L., Candidate Sc. {Pedagogy}, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Foreign Speech Communication, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), zavkaf1@gmail.com Kazyro Galina N., Candidate … Continue reading

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N. A. Murav’ev (Moscow, Russia). Semantics and pragmatics of verbal forms expressing simultaneity in the Moksha Mordovian, Komi-Zyrian and Khanty idioms

Semantics and pragmatics of verbal forms expressing simultaneity in the Moksha Mordovian, Komi-Zyrian and Khanty idioms Murav’ev Nikita A., Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia), nikita.muraviev@gmail.com Introduction. The work considers the problem of the … Continue reading

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