International projects, in which LCRI researchers participate (participated)

  1. K. Šapoka, B. Nikiforova, Ž. Gaižutytė-Filipavičienė, COST Action IS1307 project New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on ‘How Matter Comes to Matterʼ, Perspectives of the European academic community network, 2013 11–2018 04. More >>>
  2. L. Budzinauskienė, Project of the Institute of Musicology at University of Warsaw „Repertuar muzyczny Towarzystwa Jezusowego w Rzeczpospolitej Obojga Narodów (1565-1773). The Music Repertoire of the Jesuits in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1565-1773)“, participant. The project financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the National Programme for the Development of Humanities. 2015–2019. More >>>
  3. B. Nikiforova, O. Žukauskienė, Ž. Gaižutytė-Filipavičienė, COST Action CA16213, project „New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent”, 2017 10–2021 10. More >>>
  4. V. Davoliūtė, member of the International Group of Recearchers (research network) „Transformations of Statehood and their Impact on Societies”. (Technische Universität Berlin), (University of Birmingham), 2016 11 3–2018 12 31. More >>>
  5. O. Žukauskienė (LCRI) - project member. The Museum as a Polylogue of Dominant and Alternative Narratives: from Theory to PracticeLithuanian–Ukrainian Cooperation Programme in the Fields of Research and Technologies. Research Council of Lithuania, Project leader Rūta Šermukšnytė (VU),. Vilnius University. No. P-LU-18-66. 2018 – 2019. More >>>
  6. D. Viliūnas (Project executor and manager of Vilnius group), M. Grubliauskas (executor doctoral student). Polonica Philosophica Orientalia. Filozofia w Rzeczypospolitej XVI-XVIII w. i historiografia filozofii w Polsce, Litwie, Białorusi i Ukrainie Projekt badawczy 31H 17 0438 84 Narodowego Programu Rozwoju Humanistyki, 2018-2023. More >>>
  7. R. Repšienė, „Corona Humor Project“ University of Amsterdam and associated institutions. (257 countries, iniciators – Amsterdam University, Giselinde Kuipers ir Mark Boukes). 2020–2021. More >>>
  8. B. Nikiforova. Partner. The Lithuanian and Hungarian joint project Sustainable Urban Development (SUD) concepts. – Philosophical, Sociological and Historical Analyses”. Lithuanian-Hungarian Bilateral Project. Hungarian Institute of Philosophy, Research Centre for the Humanities, Budapest, Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and VGTU, Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies, Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. from 2020 – 2022. More >>>
  9. B. Nikiforova participant in the International COST project „Connecting Theory and Practical Issues of Migration and Religious Diversity” (COST Action CA20107) from 2021.05.25 until 2025.10.20. More >>>
  10. R. Repšienė, „Humor in the European public sphere: Fostering societal debate about contested expression in a globalizing world.“ Unibo – UNA Europa. 2021–2022. More >>>
  11. R. Repšienė, Study of Art in Covid-19 Humor.  Jagiellonian University in Krakow.  2021–2022. The planned results of the project's scientific activities are presentations at international conferences, preparation of the data subcorpus and preparation of publications in The European Journal of Humour Research (EJHR)., a special peer-reviewed scientific publication on the subject of this project, Word and Image, Taylor & Francis Online More >>>
  12. A. Petrikienė, Project „Lexicon. Reclaimed Avant-garde“ of the Warsaw Teatre Institute, participant. Project funded by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, no. 11H 17 0144 85, 2019–2023. More >>>
  13. Organization and implementation of the Internationale Conference „New Spectatorship in Post-Covid Times: Theater and the Digital“ 2021-07-01 – 2021-10-31, A. Petrikienė [Project leader], LCC and LCRI agreement No. S/TEA-57(6.16)/2021. More >>>

Projects of Research Council of Lithuania

Projects of European Structural and Investment Funds

  1. Development of doctoral studies. Project leader prof. dr. Audronė Žukauskaitė. Doctoral Student in Philosophy (H 001) Denis Petrina, implementation period 2017-11-01 – 2021-11-01.Results: defended the Doctoral Dissertation Philosophical interpretations and biopolitical implications of the notion of affect 2022-06-23. More >>>
  2. Postdoctoral fellowship programme Project „Cinema and the Societies of the Baltic States during the Soviet Period: Ideology, Everyday Life, Memory“, Nr. DOTSUT-126 (09.3.3-LMT-K-712-02-0002), 2017 11 28–2019 11 28, Supervisor prof. dr. Violeta Davoliūtė. Postdoctoral researcher dr. Lina Kaminskaitė-Jančorienė. More >>>
  3. Development of doctoral studies. Project leader dr. Odeta Žukauskienė. Doctoral Student in Art History and Criticism (H003) Paulius Petraitis, implementation period 2019-09-01 – 2023-09-01. More >>>
  4. Postdoctoral fellowship programme Project „G. Simondon’s Philosophy of Technology“ 2020–2022 „DOTSUT-113 (09.3.3 - LMT-K-712-19-0178)“ More >>>
Projects Supported by Lithuanian Budget
Scientist initiated projects – Researcher Groups projects (MIP)
  1. Posthumanist Theory: Objects, Problems, and Methodologies, Project leader – Audronė Žukauskaitė, agreement No. S-MIP-17-32). Implementation period: 2017–2020. More >>>
  2. Pažaislis Hermitage: History of the Camaldolese Monks, project manager and executor Mindaugas Paknys, agreement No S-MIP-17-38. Implementation period: 2017 09 01–2020 09 30. More >>>
  3. Preparation and publication of Volume 2 of thesaurus-type research monograph “Etymological Dictionary of Baltic Mythologemes II: “The Yatvigian book””, Rolandas Kregždys [project leader], agreement No. S-MIP-17-40. Implementation period: 2017 09 01–2020 09 30. More >>>
  4. The heritage of liturgical textile in Lithuania: development and peculiarities of the artistical embroidery from the 17th century to 1915. Gabija Surdokaitė-Vitienė [project leader], S. Poligienė [Junior researcher], S. Stonytė [Junior researcher], agreement No. S-MIP-17-42). Implementation period: 01 09 2017 – 30 09 2020. More >>>
  5. Immunity and Contagion: Transformations of Biopolitics in the Time of Pandemic. Project leader Audronė Žukauskaitė, agreement No. S-MIP-21-36. Implementation period: 2021–2024. More >>>

Lithuanian Studies Programme (2016–2024)

  1. Lithuanian Religious Art: Diocese of Šiauliai. Part III, project leader Dalia Vasiliūnienė, participants: A. Giniūnienė, S. Smilingytė-Žeimienė, R. Stankevičienė, G. Surdokaitė-Vitienė, L. Jovaiša, No. agreement LIP-006/2016, 2016 04 01–2018 12 31. More >>>
  2. Monuments to commemorate the statehood of Lithuania: the interwar cross-crafting, Skaidrė Urbonienė (project leader), Skirmantė Smilingytė-Žeimienė (participant), agreement No. LIP-101/2016, 2016 09 01–2018 12 31. More >>>
  3. The Sources of Lithuanian Philosophy. Volume IV: Soviet Period Gintaras Kabelka (project leader and participant), Dalius Viliūnas (participant), agreement No. LIP-084/2016, 2016 09 01 – 2018 12 31. More >>>
  4. Lithuanian Religious Art: Diocese of Šiauliai. Part IV, project leader Skirmantė Smilingytė-Žeimienė, participants: D. Vasiliūnienė, A. Giniūnienė, , R. Stankevičienė, G. Surdokaitė-Vitienė, L. Jovaiša; agreement No. S-LIP-19-74, 2019 07 01–2022 04 30. More >>>
  5. Disciplining the Eye. Visual Culture in 19th-Century Lithuania: Social, Political, and Legal Contexts, principal investigator of the project Jolita Mulevičiūtė; agreement No S-LIP-20-1, 01 06 2020–31 05 2023. More >>>
  6. Wincenty Ignacy Marewicz: Enlightenment Writer in the society of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Principal Investigator Lina Balaišytė, agreement No. S-LIP-21-04, 01 05 2021–31 03 2024. More >>>

Science Dissemination Projects

  1. The Trajectories of Memory and Glance: A Reflection on Visual Culture. Project leader Odeta Žukauskienė, agreement No. S-LIP-18-5, 2018-01 - 2018-12. More >>>
  2. Publishing of the monofraph „Vilnius Drawing School 1866–1915“, project manager and executor Jolanta Širkaitė, agreement No S-LIP-18-6, 2018-01-19 – 2018-12-30. More >>>
  3. Art in Vilnius during the Great War, project leader Laima Surgailienė (Laučkaitė); agreement No. P-LIP-18-3; 2018 02 01 – 2018 12 31. More >>>
  4. Vilnius Musician, Photographer and Poet Faustyn Łopatyński (1825–1886): A Lithuanian Sketch of Creative Activities, Vida Bakutytė, agreement No. S-LIP-19-8, 2019-02-01 – 2019-09-30. More >>>
  5. Publishing of Scholarly Journal „Athena: Philosophical Studies”, Vol. 14, 15, 16, project leader Danutė Bacevičiūtė. agreement No. S-LIP-19-17). Implementation period: 2019–2021. More >>>
  6. Pažaislis Visitations. Editinion of sources, project manager and executor Mindaugas Paknys, agreement No S-LIP-19-19, 2019-02-01 – 2019-12-31. More >>>
  7. Čiurlionis and the World. Project leader Salomėja Jastrumskytė, agreement No. S-LIP-19-93, 2019-09-01 – 2019-12-31. More >>>
  8. Publishing of Scholarly Journal „Athena: Philosophical Studies”, Vol. 17, 18, 19, project leader Danutė Bacevičiūtė, agreement No. S-LIP-22-29. Implementation period: 2022–2024. More >>>
  9. Publishing of Writings by Romanas Bytautas, project leader Gintaras Kabelka, agreement No. P-LIP-22-56, 2022 04 01 – 2022 12 31. More >>>
  10. Scientific periodical „Meno istorijos studijos“ [Art History Studies]  (ISSN 1822-2285): preparation and publication, project manager and executor Laima Surgailienė, agreement No. S-LIP-22-39. Implementation period:2022 02 14 – 2024 12 31. More >>>

Lithuanian Council for Culture - Projects Supported by Lithuanian Budget

  1. Paulius Normantas’ journey to the faraway  and into himself. Project leader Odeta Žukauskienė. Project of the LCC in the field of Photography, agreement No. LKT-36(1.2),  2018-09-01 – 2019-09-30. More >>>
  2. The Letters to the Teacher of a poet Nijolė Miliauskaitė, Project leader  Dalius Viliūnas, 2019-01-15 – 2019-11-04. More >>>
  3. Boris Schatz: documentation of life and work, catalog publication, project leader and sigle participant Jolanta Širkaitė, agreement No. S/DAI-66(6.13)/2019; 2019–2020. More >>>
  4. Born in Spain, Beloved in Antakalnis. Images of Jesus of Nazareth in Lithuania, Project leader Regimanta Stankevičienė, project manager VšĮ „Sakralus menas“, partner LKTI; Lithuanian Council of Culture, No. S/HUM-6 (6.44)/2020, 2020 01 02–2021 07 31. More >>>
  5. Publication of the monograph Dialogues. Composer Anatolijus Šenderovas, Kamilė Rupeikaitė, agreement No. S/MUZ-81(6.20)/2020, 2020-03-02 – 2020-12- 15. More >>>
  6. Monograph Creating Altreality: the Sovietization of Lithuanian Photography publishing, 2020-03-02 – 2021-12-22, Project leader Margarita Matulytė, sutarties Nr. S/FOT17(6.14)/2020, 2020-03-02 – 2021-12-22. More >>>
  7. Publication of collection of articles by Musicologist Ona Narbutienė, Project leader Vytautė Markeliūnienė, agreement No. S/MUZ-125(6.20)/2020, 2020 10 01 – 2020 12 31. More >>>
  8. The collection of scholarly articles „Music and Theatre: Historical Contexts/Contemporary Interpretations“, preparatory works, Project leader Rasa Vasinauskaitė, No. S/TEA-68(6.16)/2021, 2021-05-03 – 2021-11-30. More >>>
  9. Preparatory works of the monograph „Lithuanian theatre criticism in 1920–1980“. Project leader Rasa Vasinauskaitė, agreement No. S/TEA-69(6.16)/2021, 2021-05-03 – 2021-11-30. More >>>
  10. Monograph „Image(ry) and Visibility: What Creates Us and How?” publishing, Project leader Odeta Žukauskienė, agreement No. S/HUM-22(6.44), 2021-11 – 2022-04. More >>>

Projects Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

  1. The international scientific conference „See differently” is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the philosopher Vilius Storosta-Vydūnas, 2018 m. kovo 22 diena, Museum of applied art (Arsenalo 3A), A project initiated by the LRS Lithuanian Traditions and Heritage Commission. Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. Project leader R. Repšienė.
  2. Publication „See differently” is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the philosopher Vilius Storosta-Vydūnas, project leader Rita Repšienė. A project initiated by the LRS Lithuanian Traditions and Heritage Commission. Agreement No. VSR-354, 2020-10-01_12-20. More >>>
  3. Cross-crafting Roads in Lithuania, project promoter – Secretariat of the Lithuanian National Commission for UNESCO (project leader M. Valančiauskienė), partner – Lithuanian Culture Research Institute (project participant Skaidrė Urbonienė). Action Plan for the celebration of the Year of Folk Art in 2020 (Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania No. 1151, 13-11-2019). 2020-06-01_12-31. More >>>
  4. Free Creativity Zone" of Soviet era Artists. Project leader Vytautas Rubavičius, agreement No. VSR-361, 2020-10-05_12-20. More >>>
  5. Between Two / Contemplation(s)Lithuanian and Japanese contemporary textile art exhibition. Curatorial project funded by Eu-Japan Fest Japan committee, Kaunas Biennial. Curators Odeta Žukauskienė, Hiroko Watanabe. Implementation period 2022-04-29_05-29. More >>>
  6. Project „Marija Gimbutas in the 21st Century”, project leader Rita Repšienė. A project initiated by the LRS Lithuanian Traditions and Heritage Commission. Agreement No VSR-178, 2022-06-30_12-20. More >>>

Support of the Department of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Culture 

  1. The publication Excellentia virtutum: the Saints in the Lithuanian culture, project leader Asta Giniūnienė, Project on spreading of knowledge, revitalization and publishing of immovable cultural heritage objects, agreement No. PL-18. 2019-06-18-12-10. More >>>