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Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Kirjastus (Estonian Academy Publishers) has published three new issues of Linguistica UralicaTrames. A Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences and Acta Historica Tallinnensia.


The Kvensk Institute offers a free beginners course for Kven language. No previous knowledge is necessary. Registration deadline is August 21st. More information here.


On the IFUSCO website you can find the abstracts of the upcoming presentations. More than 60 pages are filled with interesting topics of the Finno-Ugristics.


There is a new issue of "Финно-угорский мир. Finno-Ugric World". Including articles about language nests, identity change, support of the ethnic identity and more. They are about the Inari-Sami, Komi, Karelians, Mordovians, Mari and the peoples in Yugra.


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