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Comparative study of cultural aspects of Baltic History

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  1. The religious and cultural aspects of christianization of the Baltic area. Christianity and its inculturalization. The common and different traits of medieval culture in Livonia and Lithuania
  2. The periods of reformation and counterreformation in the Baltic area. Cultural and ethnical processes in 16th - 17th centuries. The development of national languages. The period of hanseatic league and its impact on cultural milieu. The notion of ?Swedish and Polish times? in Baltic cultural mentality
  3. Cultural development under the Russian empire in 18th - 19th century
  4. The socioeconomic changes and its influence on cultural development in a turn of the centuries. The popularity of ideas of social democracy - the formation of secular culture in the Baltic area. Processes of urbanization
  5. Riga - the Baltic metropole jugendstyle. The revolution of 1905-1907 and its impact on cultural process in the Baltic area. The formation of nationally segmented societies
  6. Culture in the Baltic area during the first world war. The ideas of national independence
  7. Cultural development during the period of independence. Cultural processes in the parliamentarian period authoritarian regimes in 20s and 30s of 20th century
  8. The year of the first Soviet occupation: 1940 - 1941. The terror against the national elite in the occupied Baltic area. Culture under the nazi occupation 1941 -1945
  9. The period of soviet occupation: 1945 -1991. The different periods and its cultural reflections. Culture under the sovietization and russification. The phenomenon of ?singing revolutions? in Baltic area - national awakening processes
  10. Cultural processes after the reestablishing of independence in the Baltic states. A search of a new identity. The context of European Union. The problem of globalization

Living for a time in the Baltic States area makes one realize how different Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are from each other. With respect to the political, economic and social fields, the three countries experience different phenomena and do not follow the same paths. This fact questions the representation of these three countries in the rest of Europe, as they are often pictured as a coherent group of states, very close to each other. One of the main reasons of this misunderstanding is indeed history, and especially the recent one, connected to the Soviet times and to the re-establishment of independent states. However, generally speaking, the Baltic shore area in itself had been put under foreign influence from the end of the 12th century. Interested in gaining new territories and the control of the valuable shores of the Baltic Sea, the neighboring powers actively fought for their hegemony over the region and its advantages.

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