Coreea și vecinii ei (1898)

Călătoriile în Coreea efectuate de exploratoarea Isabella Bird sunt documentate în această carte. La bază stau observațiile și notițele personale fiindcă de la începutul proiectului s-a confruntat cu o lipsă totală de materiale de referință. Cartea este în acest mod și mai importantă fiindcă reproduce experiența directă a exploratoarei.

Autor: Isabella Lucy Bird

Art History & Criticism 2017

Art History and Criticism No. 13’s (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania) encompasses a wide range of topics in studies of art.

In this issue, the reader will find articles about the junction of art and politics, the functioning of museums and galleries, modern theater topicality and applying new, interdisciplinary methods in researching church construction and architecture. The published articles are by experts of art, architecture, photography history, museology and modern theater.

Cuprins

M. K. Čiurlionis and St. Petersburg: New Facts Concerning His Painting Black Sun / 5
Yumiko NUNOKAWA

The Building and Renovation History of Vilnius and Kaunas Churches: Dendrochronological Datingand Historical Sources / 18
Gabija SURDOKAITĖ-VITIENĖ, Adomas VITAS

Politicized Aesthetics: German Art in Warsaw of 1938 / 29
Irena KOSSOWSKA

Dislocation: the Conflict of Photographic and Cinematographic Representations of War in Soviet Lithuania/ 42
Agnė NARUŠYTĖ

Soviet Modernism in the Historic Context. The Cases of Vilnius and Panevėžys City Centers / 58
Evaldas VILKONČIUS

Tension Between Everyday Practice and the New Museology Theory: a Case of the National Gallery of Art in Vilnius / 76
Neringa STOŠKUTĖ

Contemporary Lithuanian Artists: Career Opportunities / 88
Vilma MAČIANSKAITĖ

Thomas Shadwell’s the Vir tuoso as an Assemblage Laboratory. A View from Installation Art / 111
Mateusz CHABERSKI

Multiplicity of Cruising: interactions with the Unknown and Realisation of Cruising for Sex in A. K. Campbell‘s The Pride / 123
Gintarė NARAUSKAITĖ

Book Review: The History of European Photography, Volume III. 1970–2000 / 135
Dainius JUNEVIČIUS

Vytautas Magnus University în parteneriat cu VMU Research Foundation

Journal of Arts and Humanities – Vol 7, No 4 (2018)

Journal of Arts and Humanities (JAH) is a double-blind,peer-reviewed, open access refereed journal with an aim of becoming a leading journal in the arts and humanities disciplines.

The scope of the Journal focuses on theoretical and empirical research in the broader fields of  Arts and  Humanities areas. JAH publishes original research, creative work, and critical discourse on traditional, contemporary, and popular issues in arts and issues in the field of humanities studies.

An Exploration of Aesthetic Experience in Chinese Classical Dance — A Case Study of the Artistic Creation of “In Praise of Golden Age”
Wen-Ting Fang, Ya-Juan Gao, Po-Hsien Lin, Rungtai Lin
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01-10

The Belief in the Existence of Supernatural Beings in the Community of Moslem Sundanese
Kankan – Kasmana, Setiawan – Sabana, Iwan – Gunawan, Hafiz Aziz Ahmad
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11-21

Materializing the Image, Imaging the Material: African Facemasks in Second Life
Edwin Bodjawh, kąrîʼkạchä seid’ou, Selasie Sosu, Bertha Ayim
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22–31

Sustainable Tourism Experiences in Ecuador; Implementing knowledge’ Social Construction process in a rural community
Johanna Rodriguez, Katia Limones, Jhonny Villafuerte, Sandy Hormaza
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32-47

Glocal Multimedia Art as an Unbreakable Narrative
Vesna Srnic
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48-53

Mechanism of creation of the modern subject through the otherness, in three short stories of Roberto Arlt
Suhee Kang
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54-62

Case Study
Representation of Multiculturalism and the Wu Lun Teaching In the Indonesian Movie “Cek Toko Sebelah”
Monica Hartanti
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63-72

Economic and Financial Affairs: Spring 2018 – European Economic Forecast

Creșterea economică din România, generată de creșterea consumului, se va modera însă va continua. Pentru 2018 se anunță creșterea inflației alături de o creștere a deficitului bugetar.
Description

Growth rates for the EU and the euro area beat expectations in 2017 to reach a 10-year high at 2.4%. Growth is set to remain strong in 2018 and ease only slightly in 2019, with growth of 2.3% and 2.0% respectively in both the EU and the euro area.

Author(s)

European Commission

Information and identifiers

Institutional Paper 077. May 2018. Brussels. PDF. 208pp. Tab. Graph. Bibliogr. Free.

KC-BC-18-009-EN-N (online)

ISBN 978-92-79-77458-4 (online)

ISSN 2443-8014 (online)

doi:10.2765/442629 (online)

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