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Pride Month 2021 LibGuide - LGBTQ+ Resources

June 01, 2021
Panitza Library is celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month 2021 with this brand new LibGuide. The guide provides access to a selected list of resources, available at Panitza library,…
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Vacation Reading List

May 20, 2021
It's the end of a "crazy" semester, not a semester only but a whole academic year and you deserve a proper holiday. It is not possible without exciting books.…
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24 May - Day of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture and of Slavic literature

May 19, 2021
On this day we honor the life work of the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius.
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9 May - Europe Day

May 05, 2021
Europe Day held on 9 May every year celebrates peace and unity in Europe.
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"British foreign office documents on the Macedonian question, 1919-1941"/ edited, with an introduction, by Ilko Drenkov; consultant editors: Ivan Metodiev Petrov and Lynnette G. Leonard

April 29, 2021
This week Panitza Library has the pleasure to present the book "British Foreign Office Documents on the Macedonian Question, 1919-1941"/ edited, with an introduction,…
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​New Faculty Publication: Prof. Jeffrey Nilsen

April 27, 2021
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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23 April - World Book and Copyright Day

April 22, 2021
World Book and Copyright Day was established by a resolution of the 28th General Council of UNESCO in 1995.
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"Game Production Studies", by Olli Sotamaa and Jan Švelch

April 18, 2021
Video games have entered the cultural mainstream and now rival established forms of entertainment such as film or television in terms of economic profits.
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"On photo-graphs", by David Campany

April 18, 2021
In "On Photographs", curator and writer David Campany presents an exploration of photography in 120 photographs.
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Subject Week: "Public Speaking"

April 11, 2021
Traditionally, public speaking was considered to be a part of the art of persuasion. The act can accomplish particular purposes including to inform, to persuade, and to entertain.…
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