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Baksheev E.

UDC 4И(Яп)
Baksheev E.
The Jubilee year of Nikolai A.Nevsky: on the academic events and publications of 2012-13
Abstract. Nikolai A. Nevsky (1892-1937), a Russian linguist, folklorist and ethnographer of genius who spent 14 years (1915-29) in Japan is considered to be one of the founding fathers both of Russian oriental studies and of Japanese ethnology, folklore and dialect studies. The article observes academic events (conferences) and publications of 2012-13 held in Russia and Japan and related to the 120th anniversary of his birth. 
Key words: Nikolai A. Nevsky, oriental studies, Japan, Ryukyu/Okinawa, Miyako Islands

Baksheev Evgeny Sergeevich,
Ph.D. in cultural studies
Leading Researcher in the Department 
of cultural interaction of state, religion and civil society,
the Russian Institute for Cultural Research (Moscow)
e-mail: e.baksheev@yandex.ru


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