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’ Writings, Theory, and Criticism. Ed. Susan Bee and Mira Schor. Durham: Duke UP, 2000. 127-30. Print. Hartley, Marsden. “Dissertation on Modern Painting.” Brushes with History. Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001. Ed. Peter G. Meyer. New York: Nation, 2001. 126-28. Print. James, Henry. “The Ruskin/ Whistler Trial - Part I, II.” Brushes with History. Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001. Ed. Peter G. Meyer. New York: Nation, 2001. 24-28. Print. Jameson, Fredric. The Ideologies of Theory. London: Verso, 2008. Print. Kuspit, Donald. The Critic Is Artist: The

: Commercial Press, 2007. Meng, Xianqiang. Shakespeare Studies in China: A Brief History. Changchun: Northeast Normal University Press, 2014. Meng, ed. Chinese Shakespeare Yearbook . Changchun: Northeast Normal University Press, 2014. Meng, ed. Selected Chinese Criticism of Shakespeare . Changchun: Northeast Normal University Press, 2014. Wang, Yuanhua. Diary for the 1990s . Hangzhou: Zhejiang People’s Publishing House, 2001. Wang, Yuanhua. Self-Narration in Qing Garden . Guilin: Guangxi Normal University Press, 2001. Wang, Yuanhua. Interpreting Shakespeare. Shanghai

Art from The Nation 1865-2001. Ed. Peter G. Meyer. New York: Nation Books, 2001. 392-395. Print. Alloway, Lawrence.“Comics.” Brushes with History. Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001. Ed. Peter G. Meyer. New York: Nation Books, 2001. 362-364. Print. Berger, John. “The Cultural Snob. There Is No Highbrow Art.” Brushes with History. Writing on Art from The Nation 1865-2001. Ed. Peter G. Meyer. New York: Nation Books, 2001. 256-261. Print. Carroll, Noël. On Criticism. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2009. Print. Danto, Arthur C. After the End of Art

Introduction Starting in April 2013, Thomas Mattsson and Jan Helin, the Editors-in-Chief of the competing national Swedish tabloids, Expressen and Aftonbladet , made podcasts in which they discussed media development and media criticism. The podcast MattssonHelin was published weekly from April 2013 to January 2016. Jan Helin then left Aftonbladet for the public service broadcaster, Sveriges Television, and the podcast was put on hold. The 147 th issue of the podcast was published in July 2016 and the 148th in November 2016. That the two hitherto intense

References BLAKE, Casey Nelson. 1990. Beloved Community. The Cultural Criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wycks Brooks, Waldo Frank and Lewis Mumford . Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press. FARRENKOPF, John. 2001. Prophet of Decline . Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. FELKEN, Detlef. 1988. Oswald Spengler. Konservativer Denker zwischen Kaiserreich und Diktatur . Munich: Verlag C. H. Beck. HAJNAL, István. 1993. Az európai város kialakulása [The Emergence of the European City]. In: Glatz, Ferenc (ed.), Technika, művelődés

-299). Newport News, VA: Vale Press. Krabbe, E. C. W. & van Laar, J. A. (2011). The ways of criticism. Argumentation, 25, 199-227. van Laar, J. A. & Krabbe, E. C. W. (2013). The burden of criticism: Consequences of taking a critical stance. Argumentation, 27, 201-224. van Laar, J. A. (2011). Argumentation schemes from Hamblin’s dialectical perspec- tive. Informal Logic, 31, 344-366. Rescher, N. (1977). Dialectics: A Controversy-Oriented Approach to the Theory of Knowledge. Albany: State University of New York Press. Walton, D. N., & Krabbe, E. C. W. (1995). Commitment in

, București, Editura Minerva, 1970. Web sources - Vasile Alecsandri, Opere complete. Teatru , vol. I, București, Editura Librăriei Socecu & Comp., 1903, accessed on 28.10.2019. - Danielle Rosvally, The Basics of Theatre Criticism, accessed on 28.10.2019.

International Conference. Wellesey, MA: Calaloux, 1990. Dirlik, Arif. After the Revolution: Walking to Global Capitalism . Hanover, N.H.: UP of New England, 1994. ---. “The Postcolonial Aura: Third World Criticism in the Age of Global Capitalism.” Critical Inquiry 20 (Winter 1994): 328-56. Donnell, Alison. Twentieth-Century Caribbean Literature: Critical Moments in AnglophoneLiterary History . London and NY: Routledge, 2006. During, Simon. “Introduction . ” The Critical Studies Reader . 2nd ed. Ed. Simon During. London: Routlege, 1999. Fukuyama, Francis. “The End

THEATRICAL COLLOQUIA 225 DOI Number 10.2478/tco-2019-0029 With a Critical Eye on Romanian Criticism. From the Memories of the Flowing Thaw Review of the Book Theatre in Dioramas. Discourse of Theatrical Criticism in Communism. The Floating Thaw 1956-1964 by Miruna Runcan Ioana PETCU Abstract: Miruna Runcan’s book fills a still empty space of the specialized literature and, at the same time, it is the fruit of the research of a mind constantly concerned with the status of criticism in Romania, the meanders of a long process with stagnation


The article focuses on an analysis of Hart Crane’s essay “Note on the Paintings of David Siqueiros.” One of Crane’s few art-historical texts, the critical piece in question is first of all a tribute to the American poet’s friend, the Mexican painter David Siqueiros. The author of a portrait of Crane, Siqueiros is a major artist, one of the leading figures that marked the history of Mexican painting in the first half of the twentieth century. While it is interesting to delve into the way Crane approaches painting in general and Siqueiros’ œuvre in particular, an analysis of the essay with which the present article is concerned is also worthwhile for another reason. Like many examples of art criticism—and literary criticism, for that matter—”Note on the Paintings of David Siqueiros” reveals a lot not only about the artist it revolves around, but also about its author, an artist in his own right. In a text written in the last year of his life, Hart Crane therefore voices concerns which have preoccupied him as a poet and which, more importantly, are central to modernist art and literature.