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Summary (en)

Problemos ir idėjos

Alfonsas Vaišvila
Konstitucinis Teismas: tarp legalios ir kontrabandinės teisėkūros
Constitutional court: Between legal and contraband legislation
Steven Flusty, Almantas Samalavičius
Urbanistinė kontrolė neoimperinės geopolitikos fone
Su geografu ir miestų sociologu Stevenu Flusty kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Urban control in the context of neo-imperial geopolitics
Urban geographer and urban sociologist Steven Flusty in conversation with Almantas Samalavičius

Praeities dabartis

Ramūnas Trimakas
Akivaizdžiomis aplinkybėmis
Finis Ucrainae, exitus Europae
In obvious context
Finis Ucrainae, exitus Europae

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Šarūnas Birutis, Kazimieras Šiaulys
Lietuviškojo šou verslo džiunglėse: tikra ar tariama kūryba?
Su kultūros ministru Šarūnu Biručiu kalbasi Kazimieras Šiaulys
Jungles of Lithuanian show business
Minister of culture Šarūnas Birutis replies to questions of Kazimieras Šiaulys

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Alfridas Pajuodis
Pilietinė kultūra ir Tautos namai
Neoficialios nevyriausybinių organizacijų programos apmatai
Cultural civic values and the house of nation

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Jonas Juškaitis
Eilėraščiai
Poems
Eric Lane, Viktorija Ivanova
Lietuvių literatūros rinkinyje velniui vietos neatsirado
Su leidyklos Dedalus vadovu Ericu Lane'u kalbasi Viktorija Ivanova
There was no place for devil in the anthology of Lithuanian literature
The head of the U.K. publishing house Dedalus Eric Lane is interviewed by Viktorija Ivanova
Kęstutis Šapoka
Penkiolika tonų šlovės
Mindaugo Navako retrospektyva "Šlovė buvo ranka pasiekiama" NDG
Fifteen tons of glory
About the retrospective of Mindaugas Navakas "Glory was within the arm's reach" in the National Gallery
Zecharia Plavin
Erdvė tarp garsų
Apie mokinius – stiprius, silpnus ir kitokius
Space between the sounds
About pupils – strong, weak and others
Jonas Jurkūnas
Akusmatiškumo magija
About the magic of acoustmatics
Stasys Eidrigevičius
Turkiška rakštis šimtagalvio pėdoje
Antalija – Kompjenė – Vilanovas
Turkish splinter in the foot of one hundread-headed
Vaidas Jauniškis
Apie šventą netobulumą
Rodrigo García ir Romeo Castellucci: netiesioginis diptichas
About the sacred imperfection
Rodrigo García and Romeo Castellucci: an indirect two-part piece
Donatien Grau
Kodėl pirmieji kankiniai nelaikytini performanso menininkais
Why the first martyrs weren't performance artists
Kristina Stančienė
Atidus žvilgsnis į Lietuvos istoriją
A close look at Lithuanian history
Julijus Lozoraitis
Personažai tebeieško autoriaus
Režisieriaus Anatolijaus Vasiljevo lietuviškasis pėdsakas Characters are still looking for the author
About the Lithuanian footprint of director Anatolij Vasiljev
Otokar Březina
Svajonė apie antžmogį
The dream of a superman

Istorijos puslapiai

Kęstutis Skrupskelis
Kaip Vilnių vadavom
How we were liberating Vilnius
Vladas Sirutavičius
Lenkų autonomijos problema. 1990 m. pavasaris–vasara
The problem of Polish authonomy. Spring-summer 1990

Laikai ir žmonės

Pogrindžio kultūros žmogus. Juozui Prapiesčiui atminti
The man of underground culture. In memoriam Juozas Prapiestis
Markas Petuchauskas
Tragiškas talentingos moters likimas. Litvakų sugrįžimai. 3
Tragic fate of a talented woman. Returns of Litvaks. 3

Liudijimai

Algimantas Katilius
Tremtinio užrašai
Notes of an exiled

Iš rankraščių ir archyvų

Petras Skarga
Seimo pamokslai
Sermons of Seym

Apie knygas

Rasa Vasinauskaitė
Grįžimas atsigręžiant
Comeback turning back

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Drakono dantys
Dragon's teeth


 

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A finger pointing at the moon

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