A. Interdisciplinary and meta-level approaches

A.1 Encounters in the Field and the Archive (Jyrki Pöysä)

A.2 Contradictions inherent in temporal and spatial conceptualisation in the Finno-Ugric Ontology: Oppositions and Constructivity (Tatiana Minniyakhmetova)

A.3 Foreigners in the Habsburg Monarchy (Andrea Seidler & Károly Kókai)

B. Linguistics

B.1 Cognitive linguistic investigations in Finno-Ugric languages (Tuomas Huumo)

B.2 Finno-Ugric languages in the Circum-Baltic area: typological maintenance and change (Helle Metslang)

B.3 Etymology and the diachrony of valency change in Uralic (Riho Grünthal)

B.4 Vowel harmony (László Fejes)

B.5 Interrogativity in the Uralic languages (Nikolett Mus)

B.6 Uralic nominal structures: noun phrases and nominal sentences (Barbara Egedi)

B.7 Areal effects in prehistoric contacts between Uralic and Indo-European (Sampsa Holopainen)

B.8 Contact phenomena in the grammar of Uralic languages (Ksenia Shagal)

B.9 Current issues in the syntactic typology of Uralic languages (Erika Asztalos)

B.10 Intragenetic typology of the Uralic languages (Natalia Koškareva & Tatiana Agranat) [CANCELLED]

B.11 VIRSU (Finno-Ugric languages as target languages) (Helka Riionheimo)

B.12 Everyday bilingualism. Finno-Ugric languages and practice – theoretical approach and applied linguistics (Zsuzsa Salánki, Beatrix Oszkó & Natalja Kondratjeva)

B.13 M. A. Castrén and his contemporaries: grammaticography in the 18th and 19th century (Ulla-Maija Forsberg and Sirkka Saarinen)

B.14 Family language policy and actual language use in Finno-Ugrian minority situations (Magdolna Kovács, Svetlana Edygarova & Outi Tánczos)

C. Ethnology, Religion, and Folklore

C.1 Private and collective sphere of women (Ildikó Lehtinen)

C.2 Animism, shamanism and ethnic religions: ontologies of the Finno-Ugric peoples (Eva Toulouze)

C.3 The Visual Data Corpus of Explorers as Historical and Ethnographic Resource (Elena Nechvaloda & Tatiana Minniyakhmetova) [CANCELLED]

C.4 Cultural Heritage, Identity Symbols and Traditions (Old, New, Invented) (Hanne Hieta [2020] and László Mód [2021]) [CANCELLED]

D. Literature and Art

D.1 Ethnofuturism and modern art of Finno-Ugrians (Elvira Kolcheva & Esa-Jussi Salminen) [CANCELLED]

D.2 Literatures of the Finno-Ugric peoples from the second half of the 20th century to the 21st century: features of poetic judgment of reality (Tatiana Kuznetsova) [CANCELLED]

D.3 Cultural relations between Finno-Ugric (Hungarian/Finnish/Estonian) and Western-European (German/French) Literatures and Cultures in the 19-20th Century (Emese Egyed & Ildikó P. Varga)

E. History, prehistory, and archaeology

E.1 Finno-Ugric connection through the Textile ceramics: the beginning and development (Mika Lavento) [CANCELLED]

E.2 The interdisciplinary past of the Uralic linguistic area (Outi Vesakoski & al.)