Contents (2022, 4)

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M. P. Bezenova. Special features of case marking forms in the first printed New Testament in the Udmurt language

O. A. Bogatova, A. V. Mitrofanova, S. V. Riazanova. A Mordovian settlement as a site and community of historical memory: collective narratives and representations

L. I. Vavulinskaja, A. V. Chebakovskaja. Prevention of child neglect and juvenile delinquency in Karelia in the 1920–1960s

M. S. Vykhrystyuk. A written monument of Siberian writing “A brief description of the Ostyak people” by Grigory Novitsky: historical and cultural analysis

A. K. Gagieva. Land and economic function of the peasants’ community of the Komi region in the XVIII century

T. P. Devyatkina, S. S. Panfilova. Domestic animals and birds in traditional rites of the Mordovians: Finno-Ugric context

E. V. Zakharova. Development of a geographic information system for toponyms of Karelia: historical and cultural aspect

T. V. Pashkova, A. P. Rodionova. Healing properties of berry plants in Karelian folk medicine (based on field research)

E. A. Sharonova, O. P. Ingle. The image of Life in the epic “Mastorava” by A. M. Sharonov


V. N. Maksimov. Words can fly off, but the signs remain

F. Ya. Khabibullina, I. G. Ivanova. Russian-language Mari literature in the mirror of the autological paradigma

E. N. Lomshina, E. N. Antipkina. Keeping traditions: we create the future. Cultural and historical project to preserve the cultural heritage of the peoples of Mordovia

O. I. Naldeeva. Finno-Ugrian world of V. I. Rogachev

E. N. Tyazin. Dmitry Stepanovich Zheltov. Unknown pages of the biography

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