Lietuvių išeivių leidyba Jungtinėse Amerikos Valstijose XIX a. pabaigoje - XX a. viduryje: adresato problema

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Lietuvių išeivių leidyba Jungtinėse Amerikos Valstijose XIX a. pabaigoje - XX a. viduryje: adresato problema
Alternative Title:
Lithuanian diaspora’s publishing activities in the United States in the end of the 19th - mid 20th centuries: problem of the addressee
In the Journal:
Knygotyra . 2016, t. 67, p. 23-44
LDB Open.
Leidyba; Lietuvių išeivija JAV; Knygos; Periodika
Publishing; Books; Periodicals; Lithuanian diaspora
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjami kai kurie pirmosios lietuvių emigracijos bangos į JAV (XIX a. antra pusė – 1914 m.) leidybos XIX a. pabaigoje – XX a. viduryje aspektai, pagrindinį dėmesį telkiant į leidinių adresato problematikos analizę. Straipsnis rengtas remiantis to meto išeivių periodikos publikacijomis, pirmosios bangos išeivijos istorijai skirtais veikalais. Daroma išvada, kad pirmosios lietuvių išeivių bangos JAV leidyba buvo orientuota ne tik į išeivijos poreikio spaudai tenkinimą, bet iš dalies ir į visos lietuvių tautos leidybinius poreikius. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article deals with certain aspects of publishing by the first Lithuanian emigration wave into the United States (second half of the 19th – 1914) in the end of the 19th – mid 20th centuries, placing the strongest emphasis on the analysis of the problems related to publications’ addressees. The analysis has been based on the periodical publications of the Lithuanian emigrees during the period in question and the research dedicated to the history of the first emigration wave. Even though the first emigration wave to the United Sates was largely based on economic reasons, a small part (compared to the total number of emigrees) of Lithuanians left their native country due to political reasons and later had quite a significant influence on the formation of the Lithuanian community in the territory of the United States, in particular on the development of social and political processes within the Lithuanian community. These emigrees displayed not only concentration into their internal needs but also represented the manifestations of national determination and reflected political processes and ideological fight, characteristic of Europe and Northern America of those times, as well as integration into these processes. Naturally, all this influenced the publishing processes of the emigration wave in question. Within the publishing of these emigrees, two main trends with a number of smaller branches can be identified. One of the major trends was an ambition to reflect and influence the iternal life of the emigration (including religious, social, political and other processes) as well as meet the publishing needs within the community. The other trend was aimed at supporting national liberation movement in Lithuania and represent Lithuanians as an independent nation both in the USA and global level. [...] [From the publication]

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