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Kulturos barai 6/2008
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6/2008

Kulturos barai
 

Summary

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Vygantas VAREIKIS
Kolektyvinis sapnas: Sąjūdis Klaipėdoje
Collective Dream: Sąjūdis in Klaipėda

Problemos ir idėjos

Edvardas KRIŠČIŪNAS
Apie iliuzijų diktatūrą
About Dictatorship of Illusions
Mila MINEVA
Tautiškumas reklamos repertuare
The national as an advertising repertoire

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Karolis PAULAVIČIUS
Ar visi žmonės yra vienodai laisvi ir lygūs?
Are All People Equally Free and Equal?

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Herkus KUNČIUS
Apostato noktiurnas
Nocturne of Apostatas
Šarūnas NAKAS
Relikvijorius. In memoriam Bronys Savukynas
The Box of Relicts. In memoriam Bronys Savukynas
Laima KANOPKIENĖ
Keistas vienos klaidos "apsėdimas"
Strange Obsession of one Mistake
Helmutas ŠABASEVIČIUS
Protas ir jausmai. Naujasis Baltijos šokis '08
Mind and Feelings. New Baltic Dance '08

Patriotizmo skonis. Apie parodą "Vartų" galerijoje
Abou the exhibition The Taste of Patriotism
Ingrida GERBUTAVIČIŪTĖ
Ke?ja: Padėkime šokiui skleistis
Kedja: Lets Us Help Dance to Disseminate

"Nesitikėjau, kad Lietuvoje yra toks šiuolaikinis šokis..." Su Johnu Ashfordu kalbasi Vita Mozūraitė
"I didn't expect Lithuania to have such dance..." Vita Mozūraitė interviews John Ashford
Jean MÉTTELUS
Eilėraščiai
Poems

Iš pasaulio ir į pasaulį

Carl Henrik FREDRIKSSON
Patriarchų žlugimas
The Fall of Patriarchs

Literatūrinės perspektyvos: Nyderlandai

Margot DIJKGRAAF
György TATÁR
Dievo mirtis: sunkiausia našta
Death of God: the Heaviest Burden
Béla EGYED
Nietzsche's antidemokratinis liberalizmas
Nietzsche's anti-democratic liberalism

Paveldas ir paminklai

Algimantas GRAŽULIS
Šiaulių apskrities kultūros paveldas ir jo apsauga
The Heritage and Its Protection in Šiauliai District
Sigita KASPARAITĖ
Žvilgsnis į provincijos dvarą ir miestą
A Glimpse at Provincial Estate and Town

Pažinti naujaip

Mindaugas PELECKIS
"Naujojo amžiaus" ištakos ir perspektyvos
Origins and Prospects of New Age

Laikai ir žmonės

Domininkas BURBA
Juodos dėmės ant garsių vilniečių kostiumų
Black Spots on Costumes of Great Vilniusites

Apie knygas

Almantas SAMALAVIČIUS
Literatūrinio postmodernizmo saulėlydis
The Sunset of Literary Postmodernism

Knygų niekas nepakeis (2)
Nothing Can Replace Books (2)

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija ŠURKUTĖ
Patvorių ir padangių nuotykiai
Adventures Around the Fence and Under the Sky


 

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