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"The diversity dashboard: A manager's guide to navigating in cross-cultural turbulence", by Deborah Swallow

November 07, 2020
Diversity can be the cause of many problems at work and most people fail to recognize them. It is not just verbal expressions that cause confusion and distress. Beyond every gesture lies a world of meaning and interpretation. We do not all communicate in the same way.
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Long Night Against Procrastination

November 06, 2020
The Long Night Against Procrastination is going online this semester!
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Prefigurative politics : building tomorrow today, by Paul Raekstad, Sofa Saio Gradin

November 02, 2020
This is the first book dedicated to prefigurative politics, explaining its history and examining the various debates surrounding it. How can collective decision-making be…
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Subject Week: 2020 US Elections

November 02, 2020
Americans are voting today! They will grant Donald Trump another term in office or elevate Joe Biden as the republic's 46th chief executive. Financial Times, Sep 08 2020, p. 18. ProQuest.
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"The election of the century and what it tells us about the future of American politics" , Stephen J. Wayne and Clyde Wilcox, editors.

November 02, 2020
This work places the 2000 presidential and congressional elections into the larger and future context of American politics.
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"John Locke’s Christianity", by Diego Lucci

October 24, 2020
This week Panitza Library has the pleasure to present the new book by Prof. Diego Lucci “John Locke’s Christianity”, published by Cambridge University Press. The monograph is generously donated to the Library by the author himself.
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Subject Week: Happy Halloween!

October 24, 2020
If you want to know what's brewing in the library this week, come and see our exhibition. There is something interesting for everyone!
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"Halloween : from pagan ritual to party night", by Nicholas Rogers

October 24, 2020
Boasting a rich, complex history rooted in Celtic and Christian ritual, Halloween has evolved from ethnic celebration to a blend of street festival, fright night, and vast commercial enterprise.
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Share, Learn, Grow

October 19, 2020
Panitza Library participates at the XXX Annual Conference of the Bulgarian Library and Information Association, Sofia, October 15-16, 2020
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Open Access Week - October 19-25, 2020

October 17, 2020
Open access refers to the practice of making peer-reviewed scholarly research and literature freely available online to anyone interested in reading it.
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