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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.
We are sorry to inform you that due to technical reasons, our Library will be closed on February 14 and 15, 2019. As there will be no water supply, all of our reading rooms will be closed and the programs scheduled for the above dates are cancelled.
Book III/1. of The History of the Transylvanian Unitary Church will be presented on February 15, 2019 in Kolozsvár (Cluj), in the House of Religious Freedom. The book will be presented by János Káldos, Project Manager of National Széchényi Library.
The 27th International BOBCATSSS conference of the library community was held from January 22 until January 24, 2019 in Osijek, Croatia. Our colleagues – three doctorandus students and a university professor – also took part in the symposium.
One of the finishing events of our exhibition entitled The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop will be a discussion of professionals on 15th–16th century book culture. The event will start at 5 p.m. on Thursday February 7, 2019.
In the afternoon of Sunday February 10, 2019, the bonus day following the closing date of our exhibition entitled The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop, the safety glass will be lifted from two exquisite codices of the exhibition. In the presence of visitors, curator Edina Zsupán and Judit Lauf, one of the research fellows of the exhibition will leaf through the more than 500-year-old volumes. 
The guide to the exhibition displays the material of the exhibition entitled The Corvina Library and the Buda Workshop, together with accompanying studies and detailed descriptions of the objects.
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