Between Arts and Politics: A Postcolonial View on Baltic Cultures of the Soviet era.

Journal of Baltic Studies, kd 47, nr 1, 2016. Toimetaja Epp Annus


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Introduction. Between arts and politics: A postcolonial view on Baltic cultures of the Soviet era.
pp 1-13
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Benedikts Kalnačs
Comparing colonial differences: Baltic literary cultures as agencies of Europe’s internal others
pp 15-30
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Jaak Kangilaski
Postcolonial theory as a means to understand Estonian art history
pp 31-47

Violeta Davoliute
The Sovietization of Lithuania after WWII: modernization, transculturation, and the lettered city
pp 49-63

Maija Burima
Orientalism, otherness, and the Soviet empire: travelogues by Latvian writers of the Soviet period
pp 65-75

Rasa Balockaite
Bourgeoisie as internal orient in the Soviet Lithuanian literature: Roses Are Red by A. Bieliauskas, 1959
pp 77-91

Sille Kapper
Post-colonial folk dancing: reflections on the impact of stage folk dance style on traditional folk dance variation in Soviet and post-Soviet Estonia
pp 93-111

Piret Peiker
Estonian nationalism through the postcolonial lens
pp 113-132

Deniss Hanovs
Can postcolonial theory help explain Latvian politics of integration? Reflections on contemporary Latvia as a postcolonial society
pp 133-153