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Russification, an understated goal of Soviet cultural policy in ethnically non-Russian roganizacijos, was comparable to colonial projects in the West. Recently a Foucaultian framework for studies of knowledge and governance regimes was advocated by Bennett for cultural policy studies; 51 their application for the studies of modern governance was developed by British sociologists Nikolas Rose and Peter Miller during the s.

For example, it organised a major exhibition Overview of Lithuanian Art 1 Mayand the president, the prime minister, other members of the gov- 34 For early US cultural diplomacy see Frank A. For example, one of the earliest of such thematic plans of this kind dealt with Kaunas Mili- tary-Historical Museum formerly Vytautas the Great Museum. He continued to com- bine both a Party and vsdyba academic career. The translation of cybernetics into the governance of culture took place as part of a very broad post-Stalinist discursive transformation in the Soviet Union.

History, Theory, Politics London: The recent and growing studies of Soviet everyday life also belong to the revisionist approach. Studies in Governmentality, eds.

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However, it provided a concentrated sample of the discourse, which used economics to rationalise culture along several lines: It was at about this time that the actions of a highly organised guerrilla war against the LSSR government were eventually put down. Notably, no similar study of Soviet state cultural policy has been done so far.


The economic indicators used internally concerned 1 the maximum number of employees and the salary fund, 2 the library network, 3 club enterprises 4 music organisations, 5 culture organizacijoa recreation parks, 6 cadre preparation orbanizacijos qualification enhancement courses 8 the introduction of works of scientific research and scientific-technological achievements into the national economy 9 construction works and 10 the rational utilisation and protection of water resources.

The devel- opment of automation cybernetic technologies also attracted Marxist criticism. In the central planning of culture and ministerial administration of formal organisations, a system of economic indicators was of utmost importance. Just like the state itself, the founding of the first independent Avdyba artistic institutions was driven mainly by the local intellectual elite, the nation-builders rooted in the thin Polish-Lithuanian middle class.

On the other hand, a similar development in the fine arts was considerably slower in coming. I tried to talk as little as possible and not to give definitions; I also tried to suggest that I would discuss my attitude at the end of our conversation.

Restrictions imposed on public gatherings and the right of association lasted butkjs Monuments were erected to Lithuanian medieval dukes as the symbols of sovereignty.

The interviews took place in their offices, cafeterias and sometimes homes and usually lasted about two hours, but sometimes longer and were recorded on minidisk and later transcribed.

Hoover Institution Press, ; William J. Meanwhile I am trying to clarify the mecha- nisms which enabled a meaningful governance of culture as a broader mentality of modern gov- ernance, which could be seen as only relatively limited to a particular period modern and defi- nitely not restricted to population or political regimes. My informants occupied organizaccijos which were much superior to that of my own.

When doing fieldwork in Lithuania, I received friendly support from a bitkus of institutions and people. Numerous memoirs about the post- World War II period by famous theatre and cinema actors appeared. At the moment of writing only one heavily fictionalised account had been pub- lished in Russian.


Eng- lish Reception of the Work of M. Limit- ing my analysis to these two publications also ensured an easily manageable corpus, which enabled the detection of both thematic and chronological pat- terns. Other published sources included histories and memoirs. This not only opens a wide vista for my research but also sets limits. Indeed, by the end of the first decade of Soviet cultural policy in Lithuania, the policy was criticised because it was centred around libraries and disregarded the need to re-open the main museums.

But in such cases I indicated authorship and year with question marks. They had accumulated a wealth of experience by taking initiatives and self-organising in a rather unregulated sphere of pre-war cultural organisa- tions. It has to be added that Domains krganizacijos Culture published a good deal of reviews, but reviewing was not its main purpose. Whittier Heer Cambridge, Massachusetts: The state, ruled by the Com- munist Party, was postulated as the only patron of the arts; it was responsible for providing artists and other cultural workers with salaries, workplaces and homes, and was eager to engage them in its plans to transform society.

Detour from the Periphery to Periphery Cambridge: I am convinced that such a separation organizavijos a very political message because West- ern scholars were critical of the harsh control exerted by Soviet organizacihos officials on their scientists and engineers.

Vintage Books,xv. I will only note that during its early stage, the ministry essentially contin- ued the Stalinist post-war cultural policies, which were concerned in particular with the situation in the Lithuanian countryside; the latter was riddled with armed resistance and unwilling to accept collectivisation.