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PANITZA LIBRARY NEWS & EVENTS

June 10th - World Art Nouveau Day

June 01, 2018
A short video about Art Nouveau Bulgarian architects.
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On Your Mark, Get Set ... Read!

May 08, 2018
"The things I want to know are in books. My best friend is the man who'll get me a book I [haven't] read." — Abraham Lincoln
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Book of Ideas, by Radim Malinic

May 07, 2018
The title offers beneficial insight gained from Malinic's decade-plus as a freelance designer and art-director as well as an inspiring collection of thoughts and ideas about how to make it in today's fast-paced creative industry.
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Choose Privacy Week

May 02, 2018
"Privacy is essential to the exercise of free speech, free thought, and free association." - Privacy: an Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights
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Pick Your Poison, edited by Emma Neslon & Hannah Smith

May 02, 2018
Throughout this anthology, poison takes many different forms, both literal and metaphorical, in a wide variety of genres and styles. And they’re all yours to enjoy. So go ahead. Pick your poison.
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Hayek's Legacy: is Eastern Europe Happy in the West?

April 30, 2018
On May 2 (Wednesday) Prof. Tomáš Krištofóry will shed some light on whether Central and Eastern Europe is still attracted by the values of western civilization or not. The event will take place on the ground floor of Panitza Library.
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Students Poetry Reading

April 29, 2018
"Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words." - Robert Frost
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Extended Working Hours

April 23, 2018
We are pleased to inform you that from 23 April until 10 May Panitza Library will be working from 8.00 am till 12.00 am (midnight) including the weekends!
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World Book and Copyright Day

April 22, 2018
April 23 is a World Book and Copyright Day. The Library will celebrate by offering amnesty for fines on all overdue items returned that day!
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"Twitter" Revolution goes Tulip, by Nargiza Ryskulova

April 22, 2018
The newest book of our JMC professor Nargiza Ryskulova presents the role of the social media in Kyrgystan's Tulip Revolution.
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