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  • The library commemorates the Holocaust Remembrance Day

    27 January is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The library has an exhibition with many important reading tips as well as a mini-exhibition about the history of racial thinking. The day occurs on the same date that the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp was liberated in 1945 and aims to honor all those who were murdered during the Holocaust. It is also a day that reminds us of the equal value of all people.Exhibition in the libraryIn the library'...
  • Welcome to a new semester!

    The University Library is here to support both new and old students with course literature, scientific sources and reference management.
  • Book and film club in February

    In February, the library's book club runs a collaboration with the City Library's film studio. In the book club, we will read the book Carol by Patricia Highsmith. We are also invited to see the film ...

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