Tag Archives: 2019-01

M. V. Mosin, N. M. Mosina (Saransk, Russia). Vowels of the end of Finno-Ugric word basis in the Mordovian languages

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.014-023 Vowels of the end of Finno-Ugric word basis in the Mordovian languages Mihail V. Mosin, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Finno-Ugric Philology, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), finugor@rambler.ru Natalya M. Mosina, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department … Continue reading

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G. L. Nakhracheva (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). A verb as a reflection of the main characteristics of human behavior in the Khanty language

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.024-031 A verb as a reflection of the main characteristics of human behavior in the Khanty language Galina L. Nakhracheva, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Leading Research Fellow, Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia), galina-nakhracheva@rambler.ru This article analyzes … Continue reading

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T. V. Voldina (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). The symbolic significance of bone, stone and metal in the context of traditional views of the Ob Ugrians on reincarnation

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.032-044 The symbolic significance of bone, stone and metal in the context of traditional views of the Ob Ugrians on reincarnation Tatyana V. Voldina, Candidate Sc. {History}, Leading Research Fellow, Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development, e-mail: tatyanavoldina@yandex.ru … Continue reading

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T. V. Pashkova (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Etiology and methods of treatment of toothache in traditional medicine of Karelians

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.056-060 Etiology and methods of treatment of toothache in traditional medicine of Karelians Tatiana V. Pashkova, Doctor of History, Associate Professor, Department of Baltic-Finnish Philology, Petrozavodsk State University (Petrozavodsk, Russia), tvpashkova05@mail.ru The article discusses the representation of all groups … Continue reading

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L. V. Brazhnik (Kazan, Russia). Finno-ugric ethnomusicology: encyclopedia of historical knowledge

Finno-ugric ethnomusicology: encyclopedia of historical knowledge Larisa V. Brazhnik, Doctor of Arts, Professor, Department of Theory of Music and Composition, N. G. Zhiganov Kazan State Conservatory (Kazan, Russia), kazconsnauka@mail.ru

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S. P. Gudkova (Saransk, Russia). The book of poems as a large genre form in modern poetry of Mordovia

The book of poems as a large genre form in modern poetry of Mordovia Svetlana P. Gudkova, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Russian and Foreign Literature, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), sveta_gud@mail.ru

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V. N. Maksimov, N. N. Glukhova (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Aleksandr Efimovich Kitikov – 90

Aleksandr Efimovich Kitikov – 90 Valerij N. Maksimov, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of the Mari language and Literature, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), sernur@rambler.ru Natalia N. Glukhova, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Finno-Ugric and Comparative Philology, Mari … Continue reading

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V. I. Rogachev (Saransk, Russia). A. S. Lusgin, an ethnographer, an expert in Finno-Ugric studies, and a public figure (on the 70th birth anniversary)

A. S. Lusgin, an ethnographer, an expert in Finno-Ugric studies, and a public figure (on the 70th birth anniversary) Vladimir I. Rogachev, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Literature and Methods of Teaching Literature, M. E. Evsevev Mordovia State Pedagogical … Continue reading

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V. P. Minichkina, E. S. Rus’kina (Saransk, Russia). Epos as a factor of formation of ethnic identity of a personality (on the example of Republic of Mordovia)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.093-106 Epos as a factor of formation of ethnic identity of a personality (on the example of Republic of Mordovia) Valentina P. Minichkina, Candidate Sc. {Economics}, Deputy Director for research, Scientific center of socio-economic monitoring (Saransk, Russia), minichkina@mail.ru Elena … Continue reading

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S. V. Gavin, Z. A. Tanshina (Moscow, Russia). Tapestry art in Mordovia today

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.01.086-092 Tapestry art in Mordovia today Sergey V. Gavin, Professor, Department of “Design-textile”, Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts (Stroganov Academy), corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honored artist of Russia (Moscow, Russia), sergey-gavin@yandex.ru … Continue reading

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