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Critique & Humanism 43 (2015)
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43 (2015)

Critique & Humanism

Младежки култури на социализма и постсоциализма: лайфстайл, конформизъм и протест СЪДЪРЖАНИЕ

Youth cultures of socialism and post-socialism: Lifestyles, conformism and rebellion
Том Джунс, Елица Станоева
Tom Junes and Elitza Stanoeva
Уводни думи

Контракултурата при социализма:
стилът, музиката и поетиката като изразители на младежко бунтарство

Counterculture under Socialism:
Styles, music and poetics as outlets of youth rebellion
Глеб Ципурски
Gleb Tsipursky
"Търсачи на чуждестранни парцали и твърда валута":
стилягите в Съветския съюз през Студената война (1945-1964)
"Hunters of overseas rags and foreign currency":
Stiliagi in the Cold War Soviet Union, 1945-1964
Михаил Груев
Michail Gruev
Младежките субкултури в България през 70-те и 80-те години на ХХ век
Youth subcultures in Bulgaria in the 1970s and 1980s
Марко Зубак
Marko Zubak
Медиатори на субкултура: Радио "Студент" и югославският пънк през късния социализъм
Mediating subculture: Radio Študent and the late socialist Yugoslav punk
Том Джунс
Tom Junes
Между политичното и аполитичното:
младежката контракултура в комунистическа Полша
Between political and apolitical:
Youth counterculture in communist Poland
Ана Собрал
Ana Sobral
"Океани от болка": морето като спомен и метафора в анголската поезия и рап музика
"Oceans of pain": The sea as memory and metaphor in Angolan poetry and rap music


Семинарите от 80-те години:
между критичната микропубличност и словесната акция Дискусия на Александър Кьосев и Деян Деянов,
модератор – Миглена Николчина,
участници – Ангел Ангелов и Андрей Райчев
The seminars of the 1980s:
Between the critical micro-public and verbal action Discussion of Alexander Kiossev and Deyan Deyanov
moderator – Miglena Nikolchina,
participants – Angel Angelov and Andrey Raychev

Постсоциалистически субкултурни групи:
лайфстайл или алтернативен стил на живот, конформизъм или съпротива

Post-socialist Subcultural Groups:
Lifestyles or alternative styles of life, conformism or resistance
Светлана Стивънсън
Svetlana Stephenson
Отвъд съпротивата: размисли върху руската улична младеж
Beyond resistance: Some reflections on Russian street youth
Кристина Димитрова
Kristina Dimitrova
Усвоявания на градското пространство като съпротива:
Паметникът на Съветската армия в София
Appropriations of urban space as resistance:
The Soviet army monument in Sofia
Николай Николов
Nikolay Nikolov
Политика на пространството: протестното движение #ДАНСwithme на сцената на постсоциалистическа София
Politics of space: The #ДАНСwithme protest movement on the stage of post-socialist Sofia
Ружа Смилова
Ruzha Smilova
Окупацията от 2013 г.: в търсене на смисъла
The 2013 university occupation: Searching for meaning


Critique and Humanism presents
Николай Николов, Рая Раева
Raya Raeva and Nikolay Nikolov

Съвременни критики на капитализма

Contemporary critiques of capitalism
Нанси Фрейзър
Nancy Fraser
Отвъд скритото убежище на Маркс:
към една разширена концепция за капитализма
Behind Marx's hidden abode:
For an extended conception of capitalism
Интервю с Нанси Фрейзър на Димитър Вацов
Interview with Nancy Fraser by Dimitar Vatsov
Равнопоставеността: граматика на оспорването и практики на протеста
Parity: The grammar of contestation and its readings and misreadings by the protests
Интервю с Ейми Алън на Димитър Вацов
Interview with Amy Allen by Dimitar Vatsov
Критическата теория след края на прогреса:
контексуализъм, деколонизация и политика
Critical theory after the end of progress:
Contextualism, de-colonization and politics


Боян Знеполски
Boyan Znepolski
Разкази за българския апокалипсис
Narratives on the Bulgarian apocalypse


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