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Contents (2020, 3)

PHILOLOGY T. P. Ariskina (Saransk, Russia). Complex nouns of common type in the Erzia and Hungarian languages M. V. Kosheleva (Petrozavodsk, Russia). Syntactic functions of the inessive of II infinitive in the Veps language: dynamics of development N. M. Mosina, N. V. Kazaeva, … Continue reading

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A. M. Kochevatkin (Saransk, Russia). Give a word about a scholar and a teacher!

Give a word about a scholar and a teacher! Alexander M. Kochevatkin, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Head of the Department for Inter-Ethnic Relations, Ministry of Culture, National Policy and Archives of the Republic of Mordovia (Saransk, Russia), alekoch@mail.ru

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A. V. Rodniakov (Saransk, Russia). Music and instrumental traditions of the Mordovian people

Music and instrumental traditions of the Mordovian people Aleksei V. Rodniakov, Deputy Head of the Interregional Research Center of Finno-Ugric Studies, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), aleviro@mail.ru

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E. A. Yuzykayn (Ioshkar-Ola, Russia). Prehistory and prerequisites of the creation of the Mari national theatre (1907–1919)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.332-343 Prehistory and prerequisites of the creation of the Mari national theatre (1907–1919) Erik A. Yuzykayn, PhD student {Ethnology, Cultural Studies}, University of Tartu; Director of Mari National Drama Theatre named after M. Shketan (Ioshkar-Ola, Russia), erik.yuzykayn@gmail.com Introduction. Alongside … Continue reading

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E. N. Lomshina, P. V. Migunov, O. S. Safonkina (Saransk, Russia). Ethnosport as a way to actualize ethnoculture (on the example of Finno-Ugric peoples)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.325-331 Ethnosport as a way to actualize ethnoculture (on the example of Finno-Ugric peoples) Elena N. Lomshina, Candidate Sc. {Cultural Sciences}, Head of Research Laboratory of Finno-Ugric Culture, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), enlomshina@mail.ru Pavel V. Migunov, … Continue reading

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Yu. A. Kondratenko, E. N. Antipkina (Saransk, Russia). Actualization of traditional art practices in contemporary art of Mordovia (in the context of creating choreographic suites)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.314-324 Actualization of traditional art practices in contemporary art of Mordovia (in the context of creating choreographic suites) Yurii A. Kondratenko, Doctor of Art Criticism, Head of Department of Theater Art and Folk Art Culture, National Research Mordovia State … Continue reading

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M. S. Vykhrystyuk (Tyumen, Russia), A. A. Mironova (Chelyabinsk, Russia), T. V. Simashko (Severodvinsk, Russia). Khants-Mansi folk motives in the modern Yugorsk advertising: cultural and linguistic aspect

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.303-313 Khants-Mansi folk motives in the modern Yugorsk advertising: cultural and linguistic aspect Margarita S. Vykhrystyuk, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Philological Education, Tyumen State University (Tyumen, Russia), margaritavv@mail.ru Aleksandra A. Mironova, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of … Continue reading

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O. V. Bakhlova, I. V. Bakhlov (Saransk, Russia). Nation-building mechanisms and correlation of identities: regional dimension (experience of the republics of Mari El and Mordovia, 2013–2019)

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.286-302 Nation-building mechanisms and correlation of identities: regional dimension (experience of the republics of Mari El and Mordovia, 2013–2019) Olga V. Bakhlova, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Department of General History, Political Science and Area Studies, National Research Mordovia … Continue reading

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F. Ya. Khabibullina, I. G. Ivanova (Ioshkar-Ola, Russia). Anthroponimic geographical names of the Republic of Mari El of Tatar origin: toponymic zones

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.259-285 Anthroponimic geographical names of the Republic of Mari El of Tatar origin: toponymic zones Flera Ya. Khabibullina, Candidate Sc. {Pedagogy}, Associate Professor, Departments of Fundamental Medicine, Mari State University (Ioshkar-Ola, Russia), khflora@yandex.ru Iraida G. Ivanova, Candidate Sc. {Phylology}, … Continue reading

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N. M. Mosina, N. V. Kazaeva, S. V. Batina (Saransk, Russia). Features of acquiring a foreign language (Finnish, Hungarian) by bilinguals

DOI: 10.15507/2076-2577.012.2020.03.250-258 Features of acquiring a foreign language (Finnish, Hungarian) by bilinguals Natalya M. Mosina, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Department of Finno-Ugric Philology, National Research Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), natamish@rambler.ru Nina V. Kazaeva, Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department … Continue reading

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