Announcements

FORTHCOMING ISSUES

ART IN A MODERN CITY FOR A MODERN STATE (Working Title)
Editors: dr. Algė Andriulytėdr. Karolina Jakaitė, prof. dr. Raimonda Simanaitienė
Publication date 2024

THE ENSEMBLE OF THE CHURCH OF THE ST. VIRGIN MARY OF THE COMFORTER: HISTORY AND VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE
Editor dr. Jolita Liškevičienė 
Publication date 2024

ART BEYOND THE POLITICS: AFRICA AND THE ‘OTHER’ EUROPE DURING THE COLD WAR (Working Title)
Editors: dr. Karina Simonson, dr. Karolina Jakaitė
Publication date 2024

THE CONCEPT AND EXPRESSION OF AGE IN CULTURE
Editors: dr. Tojana Račiūnaitėdr. Lina Michelkevičė
Publication date 2024

PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE AND ESSAYISTIC FORM IN NONFICTION FILM AND ART
Editors: doc. dr. Renata Šukaitytėdr. Aušra Trakšelytė
Publication date 2024

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

MEDIEVAL CULTURE: STUDIES, INTERPRETATIONS, CONTINUATIONS

For many Europeans, the culture of the Middle Ages is a wellspring of national identity and historical imagination. Discovered in different ways by each generation, the Middle Ages surprise and perplex, comfort and disturb. Researchers find in this epoch the origins of formations that have become phenomena in an increasingly global modernity. For artists, it is a period when the work of art transcended authorship, when incongruity meant suggestion, when the perceiver saw with his eyes and felt with his body.

The research on medieval culture is a key prerequisite for scholarly and creative interpretations, and this issue seeks to present the state of research and creative responses to medieval culture.

Editor prof. dr. Giedrė Mickūnaitė

Articles based on academic and artistic research in Lithuanian or English are invited until 31 May 2024.

Publication date 2025

THE ART-LABOUR RELATIONSHIP IN MEDIEVAL CULTURE STUDIES, INTERPRETATIONS, CONTINUATIONS CONTEMPORARY ART IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE, 1991-PRESENT
Editors: dr. Lina Michelkevičė, Edgaras Gerasimovičius
Publication date 2025