Contents (2017, 2)


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 literature: synthesis of traditions and innovation (on the material of the editions of 2016)

T. P. Ariskina, E. A. Busarova (Saransk, Russia). Systematization of simple sentences  in Finno-Ugric languages

K. V. Dementieva (Saransk, Russia). Opportunities and prospects for the development of the municipal and national press of the Republic of Mordovia in the context of the popularization of Internet media

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

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


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

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


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

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

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


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

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

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