Culture Crossroads, vol.8 (2015)

Editorial

CONTENT

Introduction

Dr.art. Inga Pērkone-Redoviča, Māra Ķimele

Articles

THE SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE ENTRANCE OF LEFTISM ON THE STAGE OF HISTORY

Dr.phil. Daina Teters

ANNA/ASJA LACIS AND THE MULTILINGUALITY OF THE OTHER

Ph.D. Susan Ingram

MANIFESTATIONS OF LEFTISM IN LATVIA DURING THE NAZI OCCUPATION: 1941–1945

Mg.hist. Ojārs Stepens

LEFT-WING IDEAS IN CONTEMPORARY LATVIA

Mg.phil. Haralds Matulis

THE LEFTISM IDEOLOGY OR NOSTALGIA FOR THE SOCIALIST PAST? SEARCHING FOR LIEUX DE MÉMOIRE IN THE POST-SOVIET CULTURAL SPACES

Mg.art. Liena Galēja

ANNA (ASJA) LĀCIS AT THE CROSSROADS OF CULTURES AND IDEOLOGIES

Dr.phil. Beata Paškevica

THE ROLE OF ANNA (ASJA) LĀCIS IN THE GENESIS OF WALTER BENJAMIN’S PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT

Dr phil. Beata Paškevica

ASJA LĀCIS IN NAPLES: HOW THE CONCEPT OF POROSITY INFLUENCED BENJAMIN AND ADORNO’S STYLE OF PHILOSOPHICAL WRITING

Dr.phil. Martin Mittelmeier

THE ARCADES OF NAPLES

Dr.phil. Jānis Taurens

BERNHARD REICH’S CREATIVE WORK IN LATVIA: 1951–1972

Dr.art. Līga Ulberte

ANNA LĀCIS’S ACTIVITIES IN LATVIA IN THE 1920s: A GESTURE OF EXPRESSIONISM

Mg.hist., Mg.art. Rita Lūriņa

LEFTIST IDEAS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF THE YOUTH THEATRE: THE 1940s–1950s

Mg.paed. Silvija Geikina

ANNA LĀCIS AMONG THE CREATORS OF THE IDEOLOGICAL CHILDREN’S THEATRE

Mg.phil. Joanna Crawley

THE PERCEPTION OF ASJA LACIS IN ITALY: IMPACT ON THEATRE, EDUCATION, AND POLITICS

Dr.art. Eugenia Casini Ropa

THE RELEVANCE OF ASJA LĀCIS’S KINDERTHEATER TODAY: A BRAZILIAN PERSPECTIVE

Mg.art. Ligia Cortez, Dr.phil. Jorge de Almeida

POLITICAL ACTIVISM AS A FORM OF THEATRE

Mg.art. Zane Kreicberga

POLITICAL DOCUMENTS IN CONTEMPORARY ART OF LATVIA

Mg.phil., Mg.art. Krista Burāne

LATVIAN LEFTIST ARTISTS, MANIFESTATIONS OF BOLSHEVISM AND LEBYADKIN’S POETICS

Mg.art. Pēteris Krilovs

REFLECTION OF THE PROLETARIAN ART IN THE LEFT-WING PERIODICALS OF THE INTERWAR PERIOD IN LATVIA

Dr.art. Stella Pelše

LATVIAN MODERNISM AND IDEAS OF LEFTISM: A CASE STUDY OF THE ARTISTS – ROMANS SUTA AND ALEKSANDRA BEĻCOVA

Dr.art. Nataļja Jevsejeva

LEFTISM AND NON-NORMATIVE SEXUALITY IN LATVIA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Dr.philol. Kārlis Vērdiņš

REVOLUTIONARY POETRY OF ZEMGALIEŠU BIRUTA

Mg.philol. Līvija Baumane

TREATMENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE COMMON PEOPLE IN THE CREATIVE THOUGHTS OF RAINIS’S PLAYS

Dr.art. Zane Šiliņa

WAS ČAKS A COMMUNIST (AT HEART)?

Dr.hab.artis. Silvija Radzobe

THE LITERARY GROUP “TRAUKSME” (“ALERT”) AND CONSTRUCTIVISM

Dr.philol. Ieva Kalniņa

SEVERAL WESTERN MARXIST IDEAS: ALBERTS BELS’S PROSE AND LITERARY CINEMATOGRAPHIC APPROACH

Mg.philol. Jūlija Dibovska

ISSN: 1691-3019