Contents (2018, 1)


O. N. Bazhenova (Syktyvkar, Russia). The Abstract Nouns in the Poetry by Ivan Kuratov

I. G. Antonov, S. V. Sheianova, E. A. Sharonova (Saransk, Russia). Mordovian fairy tales as a means of ethno-cultural development of the personality

A. P. Guskova (Moscow, Russia). The grammer of the Hungarian language etiquette (in the Hungarian language textbooks)

N. A. Rakin (Syktyvkar, Russia). Estonian literature in the komi language

O. V. Filippova (Saransk, Russia). Models of communicative conduct in Mordovian paramias: lingua-pragmatic and lingvocultural aspects

E. A. Tsypanov (Syktyvkar, Russia). Suffixoid -poz in the composition of peerative lexis of the Komi language


I. V. Bakhlov, О. V. Bakhlova (Saransk, Russia). Russian-Hungarian relations: the stages of evolution

N. F. Belyaeva (Saransk, Russia). Moksha rural household in the context of modern modernization processes


M. V. Loginova, M. V. Lunina (Saransk, Russia). The ambivalence of festive culture (on the example of the Mordovian ethnos)

V. M. Umorina (Saransk, Russia). Finno-Ugric Skansen in Russia: cultural potential and tourist resource

G. E. Shkalina (Ioshkar-Ola, Russia). The Spiritual Foundations of the Cultural Heritage
of the Mari People


V. I. Rogachev, A. S. Luzgin (Saransk, Russia). Where does the homeland begin?

E. V. Ostapova (Syktyvkar, Russia). “The attraction of the North: language, literature, community”

Yu. A. Eliseyeva (Saransk, Russia). Folk arts and crafts of the Republic of Mordovia: calendar of events

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