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Pierre Bourdieu’s concepts of field sociology began their life in humanities, particularly in literature and art studies after publication of his seminal Les règles de l’art: genèse et structure du champ littéraire in 1992. Regretfully, Bourdieu has not left a study dedicated to theatre, possibly due to the long-standing French tradition of conside...
By using two cases a production, called The Heart in Vilnius (2012) and a social-artistic project Give Yourself to Vilnius (2014), the article aims to discuss the issue of a "liquid" mind-set (Bauman) as it is perceived, reflected and formulated in contemporary Lithuanian artistic practices. These examples were intentionally chosen because both see...
Ajaloolised perioodilised väljaanded, mis on pühendatud satiirile ja teravale sotsiaalsele kriitikale, on huvitav fenomen nii iseenesest kui ka materjalina, mis annab täpsema ettekujutuse möödaniku sotsiaalse elu erinevatest sündmustest. Peaaegu alati kujutavad nad endast alternatiivi „ametlikule“ või „kanoonilisele“ seisukohale sotsiaalsetes küsim...
This article aims to make a survey of critical remarks of two Lithuanian satirist periodicals "Spaktyva" (The Spyglass) and "Kuntaplis" (The Wooden Clog) addressed to State Theatre in Kaunas and published during the Interwar period. As a satire can be defined as a voice (or image) of fictional alternative society (Northrop Frye), in order to measur...
Anatomy of Hatred: Constituents of Theatrical Failure Article aims to reconstruct the pattern of criticism, which was evoked by Mikhail Chekhov's productions in Kaunas State Theatre, Lithuania (Hamlet: 1932, The Twelfth Night: 1933 and The Government Inspector: 1933). The almost univocal hatred that these productions were received demand a closer e...