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Kulturos barai 12/2012
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Problemos ir idėjos

Issues and ideas
David Breeden, Steven Schroeder, Almantas Samalavičius
Apie teologiją, filosofiją, miestą ir kitus kūrinius, kurie mūsų nemyli
Su Stevenu Schroederiu ir Davidu Breedenu kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
About theology, philosophy, city and other creations that do not love us
Conversation with philosopher, poet Steven Schroeder and writer and minister David Breeden
Molly Scott Cato, Almantas Samalavičius
Bioregioninės ekonomikos siekiniai: žemė, laisvė ir laimė
Su ekonomiste Molly Scott Cato kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Flourishing within limits
A conversation with green economist Molly Scott Cato

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Eglė Wittig-Marcinkevičiūtė
Simbolinis apsivalymas: kodėl tam priešinasi net "revoliucijos vilkai"
Su post scriptum Arvydui Juozaičiui
Symbolic cleaning-up: why even "wolves of the revolution" are against It.
With a post-script to Arvydas Juozaitis

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Osvaldas Balakauskas, Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė
Tikimybių teorija tik leidžia tikėtis
Su kompozitoriumi Osvaldu Balakausku kalbasi Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė
Theory of probability only allows us to hope
Musicologist Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė interviews composer Osvaldas Balakauskas
Vytautas Landsbergis
Muzika ir Kaulo senis. Paskaita apie Bronių Kutavičių
Music and old man out of bone. A lecture on Bronius Kutavičius
Birutė Letukaitė, Rūta Mažeikienė
Judesys yra tik forma
Choreografę Birutę Letukaitę kalbina teatrologė Rūta Mažeikienė
Movement is the only form
Theatre critic Rūta Mažeikienė interviews choreographer Birutė Letukaitė
Kęstutis Šapoka
Kaip apčiuopti minios sielą? Trys parodos NDG
How to catch the soul of the mob? Three exhibitions in the National Art Gallery
Kęstutis Šapoka
Visa tai - ne sapnas. Parodos, skirtos Jonui ir Adolfui Mekams
All this is no dream. An exhibition dedicated to Jonas and Adolfas Mekas
Irena Alperytė, Jokūbas Vilnius Tūras
Keturi tūkstančiai kilometrų iš tamsos į šviesą
Su Jokūbu Vilium Tūru kalbasi Irena Alperytė
Four thousand kilometres to onself
Irena Alperytė interviews director Jokūbas Vilnius Tūras
Monika Meilutytė
Kiek žingsnių nuo Varėnos iki Avinjono?
How many steps from Vilnius to Avignon
Aistė Meidutė

Pažinti naujaip

Edita Degutienė
Idealistas, kuriam iš tikrųjų rūpi visuomenė
Antano Mockaus fenomenas
Idealist that truly cares for society
Phenomenon of Antanas Mockus
María Teresa Giménez Barbat
Erotinis kapitalas
Erotic capital

Europos istorijos

Tomas Kavaliauskas, Jody Jensen, Ferenc Miszlivetz
Postfeodalinė Vengrija neoliberalizmo ir komunizmo sankirtoje
Su Jody Jensen ir Ferencu Miszlivetzu kalbasi Tomas Kavaliauskas
Postfeudal Hungary between neoliberalism and communism
Tomas Kavaliauskas interviews Jody Jensen and Ferenc Miszlivetz
Béla Nové
The orphans of '56 - 56 years after
Hungarian child refugees and their stories


Odeta Žukauskienė
Litvakų pėdsakai Paryžiuje: naujas žvilgsnis į Chaimo Soutine'o kūrybą
Footprints of Litvaks in Paris: A new glimpse at soutine's art

Pro publico bono

Izidorius Tamošaitis
Vertybių filosofija
Philosophy of values

Kelionė kaip intelektualinis nuotykis

Almantas Samalavičius
Isano akmenys. Khmerų kultūros pėdsakais Šiaurės Rytų Siame
Stones of Isaan. Footprints of Khmer culture in northeastern Siam

Istorijos puslapiai

Astrida Petraitytė
1923-iųjų sausis, Klaipėdos krašte dar prancūzai...
January 1923, French are still in Klaipėda's region...

Apie knygas

Dana Palionytė
Vilniaus miesto teatro epopėja
The history of Vilnius Theatre

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Prieštvaninis Seimo kermošius
Bazaar in parliament before a deluge


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Greek bailout referendum, Euro Summit, Germope
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