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Mari

This video course was created to accompany the textbook Оҥай марий йылме: A Comprehensive Introduction to the Mari language, for the strategic partnership COPIUS (2018–2021). While we had originally only planned to cover the first 10 (of 40) chapters of our textbook, sufficient student interest arose for us to commit ourselves to covering the textbook in its entirety. Thus, while the strategic partnership COPIUS has ended and the initial goals for this module have been met, it continues to be expanded by a community effort. Check back periodically and watch it expand if you're in the process of studying Mari.

As of 14 November 2021, this course consists of over 57 hours of video materials that can be accessed through the indexes provided for individual chapters, and soon through the thematic glossary.

Course organized and taught by: Jeremy Bradley (University of Vienna, jeremy.moss.bradley@univie.ac.at)

Video editing: Mikke Mayer (University of Vienna)

Visiting scholars: Ksenia Shagal (University of Helsinki), Bogáta Timár (ELTE Budapest), Sampsa Holopainen (University of Vienna)

Participating students / members of the community effort: Valentina Dani, Luan Hammer, Sandra Herrmann, Kelvin Jackson (kechpaja), Réka Stüber, Soňa Wojnarová, Samopriya Basu, Viktor Martinović, and others


Introduction

Essential resources if you're studying Mari:


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About www.mari-language.com | The Cyrillic alphabet | The Mari Cyrillic alphabet | The corpus | Thematic glossary | About (the) Mari

Lessons:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20
21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30
31 | 32 | 33 | 34 | 35 | 36 | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40

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About www.mari-language.com

Visit www.mari-language.com


The Cyrillic alphabet

featuring Ksenia Shagal (University of Helsinki)

The Mari Cyrillic alphabet


The corpus

Visit the corpus


Thematic glossary

Once we have recorded videos for all chapters of the textbook, we will link the textbook's thematic glossary to the appropriate time stamps in our video course. Check back later!


About (the) Mari


Lesson 1


Lesson 2


Lesson 3


Lesson 4


Lesson 5


Lesson 6


Lesson 7


Lesson 8


Lesson 9


Lesson 10


Lesson 11

  • Classroom recording

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    Lesson 20


    Lesson 21

    [Video coming ~December 2021]


    Lesson 22

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    Lesson 23

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    Lesson 24

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    Lesson 25

    [Video coming ~December 2021]

    Class taught in person in Prague, Czech Republic

    Lesson 26

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    Lesson 27

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    Lesson 28

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    Lesson 29

    [Video coming ~December 2021]

    Learning group: 14 & 21 November 2021


    Lesson 30

    [Video coming ~December 2021]

    Learning group: 28 November 2021


    Lesson 31

    [Video coming ~May 2021]


    Lesson 32

    [Video coming ~May 2022]


    Lesson 33

    [Video coming ~May 2022]


    Lesson 34

    [Video coming ~May 2022]


    Lesson 35

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    Lesson 36

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    Lesson 37

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    Lesson 38

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    Lesson 39

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    Lesson 40

    [Video coming ~May 2022]


    Contact Us

    Project Coordination
    Prof. Dr. Rogier Blokland

    Uppsala University
    Department of Modern Languages
    Engelska parken
    Thunbergsv. 3 L
    751 26 Uppsala
    Sweden

    Organizational Assistant
    Dr. phil. Maximilian Murmann (LMU Munich)

    Technical Administration
    Dr. tech. Dr. phil. Jeremy Bradley (University of Vienna)

    Webmaster
    Tobias Weber, M.A. (LMU Munich)

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