The Finno-Ugrian Society is one of the oldest and largest learned societies in Finland. Ever since its founding, the society has striven to promote the research of Uralic and Altaic languages, the ethnography of their speakers as well as the latter's historical and prehistorical past.

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Finnisch-Ugrische Forschungen 64

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Bd 64, Heft 1–3 (2018). ISBN 978-952-7262-06-1. Jussi Ylikoski The so-called relation forms of nouns in South Saami: A byproduct or remnant of Uralic…

Collectiones museorum

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https://www.sgr.fi/manuscripta/items/show/879

Multilingual Practices in Finno-Ugric Communities

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Finno-Ugric speech communities are experiencing profound transformations that produce an intriguing landscape of multilingualism and shifting…