Contents (2016, 3)



O. G. BORISOVA (Saransk, Russia). Contrastive characteristics of instructional constructions of the Finnish language and their Erzya analogues

F. G. ALEKSEEV (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). Field research of the Seto language

N. S. BRATCHIKOVA (Moscow, Russia). Development of lingvo-philosophical and grammatical research in Finland in 1810–30-ies

T. G. VANTSOVA (Saransk, Russia). Expression of gonorative deixis in Finno-Ugric languages (comparative analysis)

O. P. INGLE (Charleston, USA). The problem of the crisis of patriarchal rule in the epic

G. V. PUNEGOVA (Syktyvkar, Russia). Verbs of speech as a means of transmitting intonation features in Komi works of art

M. Z. LEVINA (Saransk, Russia). Linguistic geography as the basis of Area Studies of the Mordovian languages


A. K. GAGIEVA (Syktyvkar, Russia). The impact of industrial modernization in the agricultural development of the Komi region in XVIII – first half of XIX centuries

L. I. SAVINOV A. A. ANTIPOVA (Saransk, Russia). The inclusion of the Finno-Ugric component in the curricula of Master’s degree students (on the example of the degree programme “Social Work in family and demographic policy of Russia”): origins and current state

B. L. KHAMIDULLIN (Kazan, Russia). Southern Udmurts as a part of the Kazan Khanate


Yu. A. ELISEEVA (Saransk, Russia). Intangible cultural heritage of Finno-Ugric peoples as the object of cataloging

E. M. KOLCHEVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Yumynÿdyr as the female archetype of the traditional culture of the Mari people. Cultural-psychological analysis

Yu. A. KONDRATENKO, M. V. LOGINOVA (Saransk, Russia). Neotraditionalism in the modern art of Mordovia: search for a new dancing form

M. S. MAMONTOVA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Area studies in the information space of the libraries of the Republic of Mari El

O. V. MARINENKO, V. A. RUSANOV (Engels, Russia). Interaction of the Finno-Ugric and Russian cultures in the national costume of the Russian North

M. S. FEDINA (Syktyvkar, Russia). The Finno-Ugric languages of the Russian Federation in the electronic information media: experience, problems and prospects


L. B. BOYARKINA (Saransk, Russia). Maria Antonova and the art of folk song performance (the 90th anniversary)

O. L. ARISKINA, S. A. DUBROVSKAYA, O. V. FILIPPOVA (Saransk, Russia). Russian as a foreign language: the functioning of the Russian language in poly-ethnic  (Finno-Ugric) region

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