Of course, there were more linguistic symposia, an onomastic one, "Personal Name Systems in Finnic and Beyond", an etymological one, "Linguistic Reconstruction in Uralic: Problems and Prospects", two on computational methods, "Computational Uralistics", and "Language Technology through Citizen Science", one on second language acquisition, "Finno-Ugric Languages as Target Languages", and finally one on "The Development of Volgaic
and Permic Literary Languages".
Blazek, Vaclav (2012) "Was there a Volgaic
unity within Finno-Ugric?
Syatko 2003: 2, 3, 4, 7 and 10 = Erzya Syatko journals, material collected from an unanalysed electronic corpus of the Volga server of the Research Unit for Volgaic
Languages, University of Turku.
According to Comrie, in the languages of the Samoyed, Ob-Ugric, Permic, and Volgaic
branches, "finite clauses have developed only recently, most commonly under Russian influence" (Comrie 1981: 134).
In the following paper the morphology of negation is studied as it appears in the central subdialect of Mari (Cheremis), a member of the Volgaic
branch of Finno-Ugric (Uralic) family.