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Natalya V. Gonina

Integration Problems of the Urban Population Settling on the Northern Territories Along the Yenisei River (1950s – 1980s). P. 5–16

Grachev S.I., Chikal’dina V.S.

Creation of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Historical Aspects. P. 17–24

Izyumova L.V.

Machine Operators on Collective Farms in the European North of Russia in the 1930s – 1960s: Their Number, Composition, and Training System. P. 25–32

Lupanova E.M.

Forest Management Regulation by the Admiralty in 1798–1802. P. 33–45

Okunev Yu.P.

The Culture of Kargopol: Traditions and Modernity. P. 46–54

Philosophy, Sociology, Politology

Belozerskikh S.N.

Modern View of Old Age: A Philosophical Anthropological Aspect. P. 55–61

Lapatin V.A.

The Exegesis on the Soul: Translating the Ancient Text into the Modern Context. P. 62–69

Ovchinnikov O.V.

Philosophy on Human Nature (an Overview of Concepts). P. 70–77


Androsova S.V., Teng H.

Vocalization of Postvocalic Sonorants (Based on American and Russian Spontaneous Speech). P. 78–85

Kazyaba V.V.

Nickname of Transitional Type as a Way of Self- Naming in German Online Communication. P. 86–90

Kalinin A.F.

Russian Phraseological Sentences of the Type Ne sporit’ zhe! (Key Aspects). P. 91–98

Kobeleva E.V.

Character Evolution of the American Business Magnate and His Linguistic Representation in T. Dreiser’s Story The Victor. P. 99–107

Koval’chuk S.S.

Characteristic Peculiarities of Phraseological Nicknames of Public and Political Figures in English and German. P. 108–116

Loshakov A.G., Shusharin I.A.

Prolegomena to the Concept of Pushkin Text in Russian Literature. P. 117–127

Reviews and Bibliography

Goldin V.I.

The Latest Foreign Research on the Russian Civil War of the Early 20th Century. P. 128–133

Mikhaylov V.V.

“Historian” A.V. Ishin and His “Contribution” to the Russian Study of Crimean History. P. 134–140