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5/2012
Stilbruch. Ungarn, Polen, Russland

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Heftbeschreibung / Abstracts (de) (en)

Alan Renwick
Im Interesse der Macht
Ungarns neues Wahlsystem
In the interest of power
Hungary's new electoral system
Kornelia Konczal, Joanna Wawrzyniak
Traditionen, Konzepte, (Dis-)Kontinuitäten
Erinnerungsforschung in Polen
Traditions, concepts, (dis-)continuities
Memory research in Poland
Alexandra Engelfried
Zar und Star
Vladimir Putins Medienimage
Tsar and star
Vladimir Putin's media image
Zaur Gasimov
Idee und Institution
Russkij mir zwischen kultureller Mission und Geopolitik
Idea and institution
Russkii mir between cultural mission and geopolitics
Anna Kreikemeyer
Herrschaft statt Sicherheit
Die Organisation des Vertrags für Kollektive Sicherheit
Rule, not security
The collective security treaty organization
Ulrike Huhn
Sodom und Gomorra in Kujbysev
Metamorphosen einer orthodoxen Legende
Sodom and Gomorrah in Kuibyshev
Metamorphoses of an orthodox legend

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Anja Tippner
Stephen M. Norris, Zara M. Torlone, Hg.: Insiders and outsiders in Russian cinema
Schamma Schahadat
Ewa Mazierska: Polish postcommunist cinema. From pavement level
Andreas Guski
Russian film posters 1900-1930. With an introduction by Maria-Christina Boerner
Lars Karl
Masha Salazkina: In Excess: Sergei Eisenstein's Mexico. -- Mike O'Mahoney: Sergei Eisenstein
Eva Binder
Lew Kuleschow: Das Projekt des Ingenieurs Pright. 1918. DVD-Edition hg. von absolut MEDIEN 2008. Mit Hyperkino-Kommentar von Nikolai Izvolov und Natascha Drubek-Meyer
Lars Karl
Robert Bird: Andrei Tarkovsky: Elements of cinema
Natali Stegmann
Konrad Klejsa, Schamma Schahadat, Hg.: Deutschland und Polen. Filmische Grenzen und Nachbarschaften
Waltraud Bayer
Mari Laanemets: Zwischen westlicher Moderne und sowjetischer Avantgarde. Inoffizielle Kunst in Estland 1969–1978
Wolfgang Schlott
Alexander Rodtschenko. Schwarz und Weiß. Schriften zur Photographie. Herausgegeben von Schamma Schahadat und Bernd Stiegler
Michael F. Runowski
Stefan Keym: Symphonie-Kulturtransfer. Untersuchungen zum Studienaufenthalt polnischer Komponisten in Deutschland und zu ihrer Auseinandersetzung mit der symphonischen Tradition 1867–1918
Inga Liane Blanke
Irmgard Jungmann: Kalter Krieg in der Musik. Eine Geschichte deutsch-deutscher Musikideologie


 

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