Ecology problem updating in Tatar literature of the 2nd-half of the 20th-century

  • F.S SAYFULINA Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • E.V GAFIYATOVA Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • D.H HUSNUTDINOV Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • R.K. SAGDIEVA Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • Z.M. ISKAKOVA Turan-Astana University, Kazakhstan
Palabras clave: Culture, forest, national literature, Tatar literature. / Bosque, cultura, literatura nacional, literatura Tártara.




The study is a description of modern national Tatar Literature beginning with the 1970s till the present. The methods of continuous sampling, linguistic description, and the comparative method have been the tools for this research. The object of this study is the reflection of the term "forest" in the national literature.  Nowadays, the irreplaceable role of forests as an ecological framework of the biosphere, the main component of natural complexes determining the stability and ecological balance on the planet, is universally recognized. In modern literature, forests are reflected as a global spiritual crisis of mankind.



El estudio es una descripción de la literatura tártara moderna a partir de la década de 1970 hasta el presente. Los métodos de muestreo continuo, descripción lingüística y el método comparativo han sido herramientas para esta investigación. El objeto de este estudio es el reflejo del término "bosque" en la literatura nacional. Hoy en día, el papel irremplazable de los bosques como marco ecológico de la biosfera, el componente principal de los complejos naturales que determinan la estabilidad y el equilibrio ecológico en el planeta, es universalmente reconocido. En la literatura moderna, los bosques se reflejan como una crisis espiritual global de la humanidad.

Biografía del autor/a

F.S SAYFULINA, Kazan Federal University, Russia

Sayfulina Flera Sagitovna, Born in 1966, Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Department of Tatar Literature, IFMK KFU. Doctoral dissertation: “Tatar literature of the Tyumen region: history and modernity” (2008); awarded the title of professor (2010). Research interests: a history of Tatar literature and criticism, Tatar literature of the Tyumen region, oral folk art, literary comparative studies.  

E.V GAFIYATOVA, Kazan Federal University, Russia
Gafiyatova Elzara, Born in 1980; Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor; Head of the Department of Theory and Practice of Teaching Foreign Languages IFMK KFU. Graduated from Kazan State Pedagogical University, faculty of foreign languages (2002). Qualification: Teacher of English and French. The theme of the doctoral dissertation is "Professional language as a means of modeling a language personality (based on Russian and English versions of the professional language of forestry)."
D.H HUSNUTDINOV, Kazan Federal University, Russia
Husnutdinov Damir Haydarovich, Born in 1982. Candidate of Philology. In 2004 he graduated from Kazan State Pedagogical University. In 2009 he defended his thesis on the theme “Concept Җir (Earth) in the Tatar language picture of the world (on the example of the works of G. Bashirov and M. Magdeev)”. Associate Professor, Department of Tatar Linguistics, Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication. Scientific interests: linguoculturology, methodology.
R.K. SAGDIEVA, Kazan Federal University, Russia
Sagdieva Ramilya Kamilovna, Born in 1973. Candidate of Philology. In 1995, she graduated from Kazan State University named after V.I. Ulyanov-Lenin. In 2000 she defended her thesis on "Affixes as a means of expressing concretizing relations in the Tatar language." Associate Professor, Department of Tatar Linguistics, Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication. Scientific interests: modern Tatar language, methodology.
Z.M. ISKAKOVA, Turan-Astana University, Kazakhstan
Iskakova Zhazira Mahsutovna, Born in 1982. Candidate of Philology. In 2003 she graduated from Karaganda State University named after Academician E.A. Buketova. In 2010 she defended her thesis on "O. Nurmagambetova - folklorist." Associate Professor of the Department of Social and Humanitarian and Language Disciplines of the University "Turan-Astana". Scientific interests: folklore, modern Kazakh literature, history of literature


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SAYFULINA, F., GAFIYATOVA, E., HUSNUTDINOV, D., SAGDIEVA, R., & ISKAKOVA, Z. (2020). Ecology problem updating in Tatar literature of the 2nd-half of the 20th-century. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(1), 454-465. Recuperado a partir de