Szamizdat : alternatív kultúrák kelet- és közép-európában 1956-1989 /

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Bibliographic Details
Uniform title:Samizdat, alternative Kultur in Zentral- und Osteuropa, die 60er bis 80er Jahre.
Imprint:Budapest : Stencil Kiadó : Európai Kulturális Alapítvány, 2004.
Description:263 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
Language:Hungarian
Subject:Underground literature -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Underground literature -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Underground literature -- Communist countries -- Exhibitions.
Dissident art -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Dissident art -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Dissident art -- Communist countries -- Exhibitions.
Communication -- Political aspects -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Communication -- Political aspects -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Political aspects -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Political aspects -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Political aspects -- Communist countries -- Exhibitions.
Arts -- Censorship -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Arts -- Censorship -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Arts -- Censorship -- Communist countries -- Exhibitions.
Government, Resistance to -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Government, Resistance to -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Government, Resistance to -- Communist countries -- Exhibitions.
Communism and art -- Europe, Central -- Exhibitions.
Communism and art -- Europe, Eastern -- Exhibitions.
Art -- Political aspects.
Arts -- Censorship.
Communication -- Political aspects.
Communism and art.
Dissident art.
Government, Resistance to.
Underground literature.
Communist countries.
Europe, Central.
Europe, Eastern.
Exhibition catalogs.
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/5368871
Hidden Bibliographic Details
Other authors / contributors:Schlott, Wolfgang.
Eichwede, Wolfgang, 1942-
Bock, Ivo.
ISBN:9632141415
Notes:Catalog for the first showing of the exhibition in Berlin, 2000, published under the title: Samizdat: alternative Kultur in Zentral- und Osteuropa, die 60er bis 80er Jahre.
Includes bibliographical references.
Original language of the essays not stated.