Címlap 2

From August 22

Chamber exhibition

Publications

Cooperation agreement between Pázmány Péter Catholic University and NSZL
Hírek

On December 5, 2018, Director-General of National Széchényi Library (NSZL) László Tüske and Szabolcs Szuromi Anzelm OPraem, Rector of Pázmány Péter Catholic University (PPCU) signed a cooperation agreement in Buda Royal Palace.

Edina Zsupán’s lecture in Nagyvárad
Hírek

Related to NSZL’s exhibition entitled The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop, curator of the exhibition Edina Zsupán will deliver a lecture in Nagyvárad (Oradea) on November 28, 2018.

Years of Disarray 1908–1928. Treasures of the Collection of Posters and Small Prints in the Czech Republic
Hírek

Treasures of NSZL’s Collection of Posters and Small Prints were on display again at a prestigious exhibition. Six posters by Sándor Bortnyik travelled to Olomouc, Moravia.

Handing over of evangelical codices
Hírek

In 1950, fourteen codices belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hungary were deposited in National Széchényi Library. On Sunday November 11, 2018, the volumes will ceremoniously be returned to the property of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis – completely renewed internet service
Hírek

NSZL’s new internet service allows its users to fully overview fifty-five corvinas kept in Hungary and nine corvinas owned by Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel. Bibliographies, descriptions of book bindings, and several curiosities can also be accessed on the Hungarian and English language website.

The General Reading Room will be closed temporarily
Hírek

Due to technical reasons, the General Reading Room of National Széchényi Library will be closed temporarily.

Director-General of the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco visited NSZL
Hírek

Director-General of the National Library of the Kingdom of Morocco Abdelilah Tahani visited National Széchényi Library on September 5, 2018.

Personal history of Hungarians in the United States
Hírek

As part of Mikes Program, Nóra Deák made oral history interviews with members of the Hungarian communities living in the East Coast of the United States.