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Regulations Regarding the Spelling of National Minorities’ Names in the Documents and the Protection of the State Language in Latvia and Lithuania

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Soviet Manipulation of the Memory of the Lithuanian Guerrilla War

. Lietuvos TSR kultūros paminklų sąrašas (1973). Vilnius: Mokslinė metodinė kultūros paminklų apsaugos taryba. LITHUANIA. Lietuvos Respublikos asmenų, represuotų už pasipriešinimą okupaciniams režimams, teisių atkūrimo įstatymas. (1990) [online]. Available from: [Accessed: 2 September 2014]. Olekas P. (1966). LKP kova už socialistinį žemės ūkio pertvarkymą Tarybų Lietuvoje . Vilnius: Mintis. Račkauskas K. (1986). Kraštotyros sąjūdžio dvidešimtpenkmetis . Vilnius: Lietuvos TSR

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The Role of Voluntary Organisations in Constructing the Common Identity and Mobilising of Polish Community in Southeastern Lithuania

. (2004). ‘Ethnicity as cognition’. Theory and Society, Vol. 33, pp. 31-64. Central Electoral Commission of the Republic of Lithuania . Available at: [Accessed on 22 January 2015]. Chaney P. & Fever R. (2001). ‘Inclusive Governance and “Minority” Groups: The Role of the Third Sector in Wales’. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations , Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 131-156. Daukšas D. (2011). ‘Dominuojantis nacijos, teritorijos ir valstybės diskursas lietuviškoje 1988–1991 m. periodikoje’. Liaudies kultūra, No. 5, pp. 7

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Nordicom Review
Journal from the Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research (Nordicom)
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Polish Political Science Review
Polski Przeglad Politologiczny
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On the Topics and Style of Soviet Animated Films

Film since World War Two . Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. Mole, Richard 2012. The Baltic States from the Soviet Union to the European Union: Identity, Discourse and Power in the Post-Communist Transition of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. London, New York: Routledge. Moritz, William 1997. ‘Narrative Strategies for Resistance and Protest in Eastern European Animation’. – Jayne Pilling (ed.), A Reader in Animation Studies . Sydney: John Libbey, 38–47. Норштейн, Юрий 1988. ‘Движение стиля.“Лабораторные записи”’. – Искусство кино 10

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Representation and Ruination under a Soviet Shadow: Wajda, History, and Chris Marker’s Re-thinking of Tarkovsky’s ‘Zone’

2017. ‘Wpływ Wajdy na kino lotewski. Przypadek filmu Kamień i pył ’. – Sebastian Jagielski, Magdalena Posiadło (eds.), Kino polskie jako kino transnarodowe . Kraków: Universitas, 193–204. Rhode, Eric 1966. Tower of Babel: Speculations on the Cinema . London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. Snyder, Timothy 2003. The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine. Lithuania, Belarus, 1569–1999 . New Haven, London: Yale University Press. Solnit, Rebecca 2011. ‘The Ruins of Memory’. – Brian Dillon (ed.), Ruins . London, Massachusetts: Whitechapel Gallery

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Politics of Imperceptibility: Philosophy, Post-Feminism and New Media Arts


The essay discusses Deleuze and Guattari’s notion of becoming-imperceptible and raises the question to what extent it can be interpreted in terms of feminist politics and seen as a specific strategy for new media arts. Although the notion of becoming-imperceptible was condemned by second wave feminists, recent post-feminists representing the third wave argue not for politics of visibility but for politics of invisibility. Examining the practices of Lithuanian feminist media artists, the essay argues that becoming-imperceptible in new media arts means not an escape from visibility or a drive toward annihilation but a new conceptual strategy: becoming-imperceptible creates the potential for social and political change. This new conceptual strategy can be related to the new quality of the image: in this regard there is a close affinity between Deleuze and Guattari’s notion of becoming-imperceptible and the notion of the crystalline image which appears in Deleuze’s film theory: both notions engender duration, temporality and qualitative change. Therefore the essay claims that the crystalline image does not represent the world but recreates this world through multiple, changing and virtual images.

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The Role of Human Resources in The Creation of Innovation Position of Poland - Comparative Analysis to Eu Countries Based on SII Index

, Paris/Eurostat, Luxembourg, 20-21. Saridakis, G., Idris, B., Hansen, J.M., Dana L.P., 2019. SMEs’ internationalisation: When does innovation matter? Journal of Business Research 96, 252. Skibiski, A., Sipa M., 2015. Sources of Innovation of Small Businesses: Polish Perspective . Procedia Economics and Finance, 27, 434. Svagzdiene, B., Kuklyte, J., 2016. The Analysis of Factors which have Impact for Summary Innovation Index in Germany, Estonia and Lithuania . Transformations in Business & Economics, 15(2B), (38B), 786. Szajt, M., 2014

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