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Kulturos barai 3/2014
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Kulturos barai

Summary (en)

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Tomas Kavaliauskas
Ukraina – atgal į ateitį
Rusija – pirmyn į praeitį
Ukraine – back to the future
Russia – forward to its own past

Problemos ir idėjos

Arthur W. Hunt III, Almantas Samalavičius
Reginių ir technologijų hipnozė
Su komunikacijų analitiku Arthuru W. Huntu III kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Technology and consumership
Arthur W. Hunt III in conversation with Almantas Samalavičius
Paulius Petraitis
Realybė, fotoatvaizdas ir pinigų spindesys
Reality. Photographic image and glimmer of money

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Jurgis Jonaitis
Dar kartą apie Lukiškių aikštę
Once more about Lukiškės Square

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Šarūnė Trinkūnaitė
(Ne)būtinybė: kaip atsimename 1991-ųjų Sausio 13-ąją?
(Not a) necessity. How we remember January 13, 1991
Rebecca Chentinell
Gebėjimas judėti: choreografiniai stebėjimai mobiliais laikais iš mobiliosios zonos vidaus
Aptitude for movement: A choreographic observation from inside a mobility zone in a mobile time
Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė, Donatas Katkus
Žingsnis į muzikos idealizmą
Su Donatu Katkum kalbasi Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė
A step from music to idealism
Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė interviews Donatas Katkus
Kęstutis Šapoka
Menas be taisyklių prieblandos valandomis
Vinco Kisarausko parodos VDA galerijose "Akademija" ir "Titanikas"
Art without rules during the twilight time
Exhibition of Vincas Kisarauskas in galleries Academy and Titanic
Kęstutis Šapoka
Re(z)ginys. VDA Medijos katedros studentų paroda "Titanike"
Net of images. Exhibition of media department of the Academy of Fine Arts
Markas Petuchauskas
Alina Kuzborska
Priklausau lietuvių literatūros vertėjų bendrijai
I belong to the community of translators of Lithuanian literature
Regina Varnienė-Janssen, Neringa Račkauskaitė
Lietuvių literatūros klasikos kūriniai arčiau kiekvieno
Lithuanian literary classics is closer to everyone
Kristina Civinskienė
Jono Vaičio dangus virš Brazilkos
Jonas Vaitys (1903-1963) in the eyes of his time and contemporary criticism
Herkus Kunčius
Dervišas iš Kauno. Romano ištraukos
Dervish from Kaunas. An excerpt from the novel

Praeities dabartis

Liudvika Pociūnienė
Kodėl želia rutinos piktžolės, keroja užgaidų brūzgynai. Užrašai paraštėse 3
Why routine continues to dominate, why whims are winning? Notes on the margins
Jurgis Stašaitis
Ką byloja vieniši kryžiai
What crosses speak out

Iš rankraščių ir archyvų

Almantas Samalavičius
Literatūrologijos milžino paunksmėje. Profesorių Wolfgangą Iserį prisimenant
The shadow of the giant of literary theory. Remembering professor Wolfgang Iser

Laikai ir žmonės

Kęstutis Skrupskelis
Kazys Grinius – politikas iš reikalo, gydytojas iš pašaukimo
Kazys Grinius – Politician because of necessity, medical doctor because of calling
Algirdas Grigaravičius
Pasikėsinimo į Joną Basanavičių mįslės
The riddle of attempt to murder Jonas Basanavičius
Józef Gawłowicz
Gombrowicziaus pusseserė iš Ščecino
Gombrowicz's cousin from Szcecin

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Trumpa kaikarizmo istorija
Concise story of capitulation


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