Arctic and North

Museums and ethno tourism in the promoting the ethno culture of the Arctic in-habitants in the social space of the North: to the problem through the research experience of Mordovia Diaspora in Siberia and the central part of Russia

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Akimova Z. I., Nikonova L. I.

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A major part of the museum as a center of preservation of ethnic cultures of the peoples of Russia belongs in ethno tourism. During the expeditions to the Permskiy region, Vladimir and Moscow regions, we studied them in order to collect materials about Mordovians. According to the 2002 census, the number of Mordovians in the Arkhangelsk region was 944 persons in the Murmansk region – was 2 479 people. We hope that together with ethnographers' educational institutions and museums of the northern region, we can begin to study the Mordovian diaspora in the social space of the Arctic and North.

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Akimova Zinaida Ivanovna, Ph. D. in Pedagogy, director of the Municipal Educational Institution 'Gymnasium № 19' of Saransk. E-mail: saransk.19@mail.ru.

Nikonova Ludmila Ivanovna, Doctor of History, Professor, Chief Scientific Officer, Head of the department of Ethnography and Ethnology of state fiscal institutions in the Republic of Mordovia 'Scientific and Research Institute of Humanities at the Government of the Republic of Mordovia'. E-mail: congress7@list.ru.

Keywords

ethno tourism, museums, social space, Arctic, North Mordovians, Diasporas, Siberia, and Central Russia

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069:338.48:39(=56)


     

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