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Summary (en)

Problemos ir idėjos

Issues and ideas
Almantas Samalavičius, Immanuel Wallerstein
Zygmunt Bauman, Tomas Kavaliauskas
Apie atminties selektyvumą ir "maišytų populiacijų" būrius
Su Zygmuntu Baumanu kalbasi Tomas Kavaliauskas
About selective memory, dissidence, and East Central European identity
Tomas Kavaliauskas conducts a conversation with Zygmunt Bauman

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Aivaras Stepukonis
Vertimas kaip tarpkultūrinė saviprata
Hermeneutiniai svetimybės file spąstai
Translation as cross-cultural self-understanding
Hermeneutical trap of foreignness

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Liudvika Pociūnienė
Kaip peliuko Mikio apsaugos aktas tapo girnapuse kūrėjams po kaklu
Where the protection of author's rights ends and a parasitism begins?
Rimantas Vanagas
Laškas redakcijai
A letter to the editors

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Osvaldas Balakauskas, Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė
Apie istorines iliuzijas ir skardinės spardymą patvory
Su kompozitoriumi Osvaldu Balakausku kalbasi Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė
About historical illusions and kicking can at the wall
Musicologist Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė interviews composer Osvaldas Balakauskas
Zita Čepaitė
Laimingas, išmestas į pasaulį
Jono Meko dabartis Londone ir kitur
Happy being thrown to the world
The present of Jonas Mekas in London and elsewhere
Goda Dapšytė
Klausimai be adresato "Katedros" tema
Questions without an addressee on the theme of "cathedral"
Kęstutis Šapoka
Vilties žvaigždė
Lino Giedrimo drožinių ir pastelių paroda Akademijos galerijoje
The star of hope
Woodworks and paintings of Linas Giedrimas in Arka gallery
Jūratė Stauskaitė
Grafikos fronte kažkas naujo?
Pastabos apie parodą "Grafika. Nuo piešinio iki šešėlio"
Something new in the front of graphics?
The exhibition Graphics from Drawing to Shadow is full of "draught"
Inga Dargužytė
"Mes žinomi arba net nežinomi tik čia"
"We are known or unknown only here"
Bernadeta Petrauskytė
Eilėraščiai
Poems
Kęstutis Šapoka
Pragariškas ir fatališkas buities tirštis. Aušros Barzdukaitės-Vaitkūnienės tapyba
Fatal thickness of everyday life. Paintings of Aušra Barzdukaitė-Vaitkūnienė
Lijana Šatavičiūtė
Feliksas Jakubauskas: švytėjimai
Feliksas Jakubauskas: Shining
Kristina Stančienė
Trauminės patirties vaizdiniai Šejlos Kamerič kūryboje
The images of traumatic experience in the works of Šelja Kamerič
Audronė Girdzijauskaitė
Lietuvių poezijos įvaizdžiai Vitalijaus Mazūro metaforų teatre
Images of Lithuanian poetry in Mazūras' Theater of Metaphors
Ferenc Feher, Edita Grudzinskaitė
Man patinka jausti kruviną scenos nuovargį
Su choreografu Ferencu Feheriu kalbasi Edita Grudzinskaitė
"I like to feel bloody exhaustion of stage."
A conversation with one of the most important Hungarian choreographers of contemporary dance Ferenc Feher

Istorijos puslapiai

Vasilijus Safronovas
Ar Lietuva jau suprato, ką jai reiškia turėti Klaipėdą?
Did Lithuania understand what it means to have Klaipėda
Virgilijus Čepaitis
Lietuva ir Sąjūdis Helsinkio procese. ESB konferencija Kopenhagoje 1990-aisiais
Lithuania and Sąjūdis in the Helsinki Process: Conference of ESCC in Copenhagen in 1990

Kelionė kaip intelektualinis nuotykis

Almantas Samalavičius
Dvi spalvos: oranžinė ir geltona. Teravados budizmo reliktai Laose
Two colours: Orange and yellow. The culture of Theravada Buddhism in Laos

Apie knygas

Ellen Cassedy, Gražina Slavėnienė
Tieskime rankas per istoriją
Su Ellen Cassedy apie jos knygą "Mes esame čia: Atsiminimai apie Lietuvos Holokaustą" kalbasi Gražina Slavėnienė
To extend a hand through history
Gražina Slavėnienė interviews Ellen Cassedy, the author of the book "We are here: Memories of the Lithuanian holocaust"
Dalius Jonkus
Fenomenologinės ir meninės pasaulio patirties paralelės
Parallels of phenomenological and experience of artistic world

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Redundancija
Redundantio


 

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