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Volume 21, Issue 3
Local Approaches to Cultures of Northeastern Siberia
Questions of Synonymy and Antonymy in the Even Language
Stepanida N. Savvinova, Iya I. Sadovnikova, and Elena V. Nesterova
The Specifics of Even Folklore: Genre Composition and Regional Features
Sardana Sharina and Raisa Kuzmina
The Functioning of the Anabar Dolgan Language and the Dialect Vocabulary of the Sakha Language
Ninel V. Malysheva, Marina I. Kysylbaikova, and Aitalina V. Timofeeva
Is the Reindeer Run Endless? Narratives of the Northern Nomad
Vanda B. Ignatyeva, Ekaterina N. Romanova, and Liudmila S. Zamorshchikova
Urban Population Identities and Symbolic Value: Cities in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)
Natalia K. Danilova, Irena S. Khokholova, Kiunnei A. Pestereva, Alena G. Tomaska, and Alina P. Vasileva
Representation of Languages in the Linguistic Landscape of the City of Yakutsk, Republic of Sakha
Lidiya Manchurina and Marianna Samsonova
The Language Situation in the Eveno-Bytantaiskii National District of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Antonina Vinokurova, Irena Khokholova, Boris Osipov, Stepan Pavlov, Yana Tokhtobina, and Vilyuyana Platonova
Arctic Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property Law
Anatoly N. Sleptsov, Irina A. Sleptsova, Antonina A. Vinokurova, and Alina A. Nakhodkina
Lenore A. Grenoble and Adam Roth Singerman
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