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PANITZA LIBRARY NEWS & EVENTS

New Faculty Publications: Prof. Diego Lucci

May 17, 2022
In a series of posts Panitza library will share the University research. The aim of these series is to highlight the accomplishments of AUBG faculty and make their works more visible.
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We will be open this Saturday, May 21st

May 17, 2022
Working hours: 13:00 - 17:00
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Library Guide - Summer Reads 2022

May 13, 2022
Now that your exams are almost over, we would like to suggest to you some interesting books for your vacation.
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Grab Something From the Shelves Before You Head Off

May 09, 2022
Summer is coming and it’s always a good idea to have some books to read.
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"Beloved" by Toni Morrison

May 08, 2022
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Toni Morrison’s Beloved is a spellbinding and dazzlingly innovative portrait of a woman haunted by the past.
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World Press Freedom Day - May 3, 2022 "Freedom of Information" Subject Week

May 01, 2022
The freedom to collect, disseminate, and publish news is recognized as so vital to human rights that UNESCO established World Press Freedom Day (May 3).
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"The old man and the sea", by Ernest Hemingway

May 01, 2022
This short novel, already a modern classic, is the superbly told, tragic story of a Cuban fisherman in the Gulf Stream and the giant Marlin he kills and loses.
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New Faculty Publications: Prof. Todor Popov

April 29, 2022
In a series of posts Panitza library will share the University research. The aim of these series is to highlight the accomplishments of AUBG faculty and make their works more visible.
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'Books About Books, Libraries and Reading' Subject Week

April 28, 2022
“There is just something about reading about books while reading a book that makes the heart sings”.
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Book Presentations & Readings Series: "Presentation of the book John Locke’s Christianity (Cambridge University Press, 2021)", by Prof. Diego Lucci

April 26, 2022
The Presentation of the book "John Locke’s Christianity" (Cambridge University Press, 2021) by Prof. Diego Lucci will be held on Wednesday, April 27, 19.30 at Panitza Library.
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