Contents (2022, 1)

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E. N. Vaganova. Funeral and memorial lamentations in the folklore of Mordva-Erzya: poetic devices

I. P. Novak, S. V. Nagurnaya. Dialectal attribution of the Karelian language in “Guide and translator to remote outskirts of Russia” by A. V. Starchevsky

A. P. Guskova. Expression of voice relation in the languages of different structure: is there a category of voice in Hungarian?

E. N. Morozova. Stylistic text characteristics of Mari folk fairy tales

F. Ya. Khabibullina, I. G. Ivanova. Borrowings in urbanonyms of Yoshkar-Ola with an anthroponymic component


T. A. Pershina, S. V. Pershin. The relative composition of the Mordovian, Russian and Tatar family-households in the first half of the XIX century: a comparative analysis

Iu. N. Sushkova. Marriage and family customs of the Finno-Ugric peoples of the Volga region: legal and anthropological analysis (late XIX – early XX century)


E. M. Kolcheva. 100 years of Mari fine art: socialist realism (late 1930s – 1980s)


O. A. Sotnikova. Keeping traditions… On the anniversary of Syktyvkar State University

E. N. Mokshina. A new book about the traditions of the Chuvash and Udmurts

E. S. Ruskina. Dedicated to the feat of the “Polar cavalry”…

V. N. Maksimov, R. A. Kudryavtseva. In memory of professor Ivan Semenovich Ivanov

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