Креативные индустрии ИД

Libraries

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

Nikolai Pryanishnikov
LAMBRARY: Library + Museum + Archive
European trends in new cultural institutes and Gjerdrum experience (Norway).
№1 (32) March 2009

Yelizaveta Ignatieva
Good but impossible About difficulties of coming from object to environment models of cultural institutions in Russia.
№1 (32) March 2009

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


Electronic Libraries: initiatives from top and below
According to the approved 4th part of Civil Code of Russian Federation since the 1st January 2008 many Russian electronic libraries as they exist will be outlawed. The demand to defend the copyright forced to look for the new forms of relationship with right owners (authors, publishing houses, translators…) as well as with readers.
№4 (27) December 2007

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