Креативные индустрии ИД

People and Books


Lyudmila Ulitskaya, writer
№4 (35) December 2009

Marina Sokolovskaya
Dealing with Soviet Books. A Librarian's Experience
№4 (35) December 2009

Roman Evstifeev
Sovereign Expertocracy or Dreams about Something Bigger Review of a published in 'Europe' publishing house book of Andrey Ashkerov 'Expertocracy. Managing Knowledge: Production and Circulation of Information in Capitalistic Era'. Recent revelation book on the structure of ruling powers is offered at reasonable price but is evidently elitist by its hidden ideas.
№ 2 (33) June 2009

Julia Nerush
Big Read. Interview with Yekaterina Genieva
About main point and history of the ‘Big Read’ programme
№1 (32) March 2009

David Kipen
Would somebody please pinch me?
Director of National Reading Initiatives of the National Endowment for Arts (USA) tells, 'After seeing how well people respond to the chance to share a book with their next-door neighbors, we naturally couldn’t help wondering whether the idea might work...'
№1 (32) March 2009

Julia Nerush
People and Books. Interview with Nadezhda Zhukova
Interview with head of Centralized library system of Surgut
№1 (32) March 2009

Efim Rezvan
Horse-Rider. African Diary
Saint-Petersburg Kunstkamera contains collections and documents concerned with Gumilev’s travel to Abyssinia hardly known to the public. A century after researchers walked the African route of the poet-symbolist. The end of the story about expedition. See the beginning in №4 (31) 2008
№1 (32) March 2009

Gennady Vdovin
In Memory of the Yasnaya Polyana hemisphere. When your world, created contrary to everything, taking the place of everything collapses and such simple words as “home”, “friend”, “family”, “intimacy” become something very strange, pretentious, nothing brings you round but work, alcohol and reading “War and Peace”…
№1 (28) March 2008

Gennady Vdovin
Tolstoy and the Kremlin It is impossible to find such a town as Leotolstoy on the map of Russia. But nevertheless it is and it was named such a way in memory of the fact that the great Russian writer died there. A museum out of place is worse than any lack of museums.
№1 (28) March 2008

Mikhail Nemtsev
A Book: apprehensions and omissions. Interview with Vladimir Itkin It is about is it true that “books are not necessary”, about Internet as a substitute of paper literature and what is the ideal book.
№1 (28) March 2008

Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Simple Important Things
№4 (27) December 2007


CHRONICLE OF SWOOPING INTERNET
№3 (18) September 2005

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