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Digitization of OSZK híradó (NSZL Chronicle) has finally been completed. Online version of the periodical, aimed at processing and preserving the history of National Széchényi Library, can be accessed in the Electronic Periodicals Archive & Database (EPA).
On March 19, 2019, a sequel to the highly successful exhibition on the Pest entertainment industry between the two world wars will be opened in National Széchényi Library.
On March 8, 2019, our exhibition on Júlia Szendrey will ceremoniously be ended with a round-table discussion, in which the following experts will take part: literary and art historian Zsolt Mészáros, industrial artist Edit Szücs, and curators of the exhibition, literary historians Anikó Ágnes Patonai and Rita Szűts-Novák.
A book of studies entitled Ekslibris – znak własnościowy, dzieło sztuki. Studia i szkice (Ex libris: mark of ownership - piece of art. Studies and sketches) was recently published, based on the material of a Cracow-based international academic ex libris conference. The volume also includes an English-language study written by NSZL staff member Dr. Kornélia Vas-Tóth.
Dr. László Tüske and Bogić Rakočević, Director-General of the National Library of Montenegro got acquainted last October at a congress held for librarians in China. Following that, the possibility of establishing direct professional cooperation between the two institutions arose.
One of our colleagues co-authored the article entitled From divergence to convergence in Hungarian Librarianship: towards a common digital platform which was published in the latest issue of LIBRI journal. A copy of the journal is available for reading at NSZL’s Library of Book History, Library and Information, but the study can also be downloaded freely.
On Wednesday March 13, 2019, the second lecture of Season 4 of our series entitled Orientalists in NSZL will be delivered by guest lecturer Gyula Wojtilla, indologist, ancient historian, Professor Emeritus of the University of Szeged.
The February event of the fourth season of the lecture series entitled “Orientalists in NSZL” focuses on Indonesia research. The February speaker will be Arabist Zoltán Szombathy, Head of the Department of Semitic and Arabic Studies at the Faculty of Humanities of Eötvös Loránd University, expert in Southeast Asian and Black African Islam.
Presentation ceremony of a book by Zoltán Szűts entitled Online – Az internetes kommunikáció és média története, elmélete és jelenségei (Online – History, theory and phenomena of internet communication and media) will take place in National Széchényi Library on February 20, 2019.
Dear Visitors, Hereby we inform you that our Library will be re-opened on Saturday February 16.
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