Students at the Finno-Ugric Winter School 2014
The 4th Uralic Winter-school will take place in Tartu from January 31st to February 6th 2016.
The programme is part of an Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership project “INFUSE”—Integration of Finno-Ugric Studies in Europe. Project coordinator is the Institute for Finno-Ugric Studies at Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich (Elena Skribnik), and besides Tartu (Gerson Klumpp) Continue reading
Wen the Bolsheviks went about counting and cataloguing the ethnicities they had inherited from the Russian Empire, they identified not one but two Mari nations: the Mountain Mari, numbering about fifty thousand, and the Meadow Mari, a hundred and fifty thousand strong. Both were related to the Finns, spoke Finno-Ugric languages, and had received a modified Cyrillic written language from Russian missionaries in the nineteenth century. Continue reading
1. Call for the Scriptwriting workshop (deadline – 15 February 2016).
The Finno-Ugric Film Festival (FUFF) announces its Scriptwriting workshop, to be held during the Festival in Tsiistre, Estonia, 8-11 June 2016.
We invite 12 applications from filmmakers who wish to participate in this workshop. Those selected will receive assistance as follows: Continue reading