Contents (2020, 3)


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

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


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)


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

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)

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)

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


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

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

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