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Contents (2019, 2)

PHILOLOGY T. P. Ariskina (Saransk, Russia). Compound adjectives in the Erzya language A. P. Guskova (Moscow, Russia). Color Description in Language and Culture (based on Russian-Hungarian dictionaries) HISTORICAL STUDIES I. A. Golovnev (St. Petersburg, Russia). Traditional ethnocultural communities in Soviet … Continue reading

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S. A. Minvaleev (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Concepts and rituals of Orthodox originas and their dynamics in funeral and memorial rites of the Ludians

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.183-194 Concepts and rituals of Orthodox originas and their dynamics in funeral and memorial rites of the Ludians Sergey A. Minvaleev, Junior Researcher, Institute of Language, Literature and History of the Karelian Research Centre, Russian Academy of Science (Petrozavodsk, … Continue reading

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B. I. Chibisov (Tver, Russia). Ethnic structure of the population of the Southern Obonezhye at the end of the XV century

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.195-204 Ethnic structure of the population of the Southern Obonezhye at the end of the XV century Boris I. Chibisov, Candidate Sc. {History}, Senior lecturer, Department of Theology, Tver State University (Tver, Russia), Chibisov.BI@tversu.ru Introduction. On the southern coast … Continue reading

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V. I. Antonova, S. A. Rzhanova (Saransk, Russia). Sociocultural landscape of Mordovia in the paradigm of spiritual and moral values of the individual

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.205-213 Sociocultural landscape of Mordovia in the paradigm of spiritual and moral values of the individual Antonova Vera I., Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Journalism, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), belkich@rambler.ru Rzhanova Svetlana A., Doctor of … Continue reading

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A. K. Gagieva (Syktyvkar, Russia). Library science in the Komi region in the second half of XIX – early XX Centuries and its impact on public consciousness

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.214-221 Library science in the Komi region in the second half of XIX – early XX Centuries and its impact on public consciousness Anna K. Gagieva, Doctor of History, Associate Professor, Department of Management of Information, Documentation and Socio-Political Processes, … Continue reading

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A. S. Barmenkov (Saransk, Russia). Characteristics of heat ceramics of Mordovian territory: on the example of the collection of Mordovian republican S. D. Erzia Fine Art Museum

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.222-231 Characteristics of heat ceramics of Mordovian territory: on the example of the collection of Mordovian republican S. D. Erzia Fine Art Museum Andrey S. Barmenkov, postgraduate (Phd) student, Department of Theater Arts and Folk artistic culture, National Research Mordovia … Continue reading

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F. M. Lelkhova (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia). Life and works of Sofya V. Onina

Life and works of Sofya V. Onina Fedosia M. Lelkhova, Сand. of Sciences {Philology}, Ob-Ugrian Institute of Applied Researches and Development (Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia), lelhovafm@yandex.ru

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A. G. Burnaev (Saransk, Russia), E. V. Levina (Saratov, Russia). Gavotte by Jean-Baptiste Lully on Saransk stage

Gavotte by Jean-Baptiste Lully on Saransk stage Aleksandr G. Burnaev, Doctor of Art History, Professor, Department of Theatrical Art and Folk Art Culture, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), burnaevag @ mail.ru Ekaterina V. Levina, MA student, programme “Pedagogical … Continue reading

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D. G. Desyaev, I. G. Napalkova (Saransk, Russia). The Republic of Mordovia: historical description of image background

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.168-182 The Republic of Mordovia: historical description of image background Desyaev Dmitry G. Postgraduate student, Research fellow, Research Center «Political Analysis of Territorial Systems», National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), exprise@mail.ru Napalkova Irina G. Candidate Sc. {History}, Associate … Continue reading

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F. G. Safin, E. A. Mukhtasarova, A. I. Khaliullina (Ufa, Russia). Ethno-linguistic and ethno-demographic development of Finno-ugric nations in the Ural-Volga region

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.011.2019.02.152-167 Ethno-linguistic and ethno-demographic development of Finno-ugric nations in the Ural-Volga region Fail G. Safin, Doctor Sc. {History}, Professor, Leading Research Fellow, Department of Ethnopolitology, R. G. Kuzeev Institute of Ethnological Studies, Ufa Federal Research Center of Russian Academy … Continue reading

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