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No more quarantine for library materials - UV-C light STERILIZER

In order to ensure the safe use of library materials for our users, we decided to purchase a UV-C light sterilizer at the library. Also, re-borrowing will be faster, as quarantine for the material will no longer be required.

23. February 2021 | Notifications

Trial access to Artstor

Artstor is the most extensive image resource for educational and scholarly use. Until 30 June 2021, UL students and staff have remote access to Artstor.

22. February 2021 | Notifications

The COVID Pandemic, the Ethics of Global Humanism, and the Fate of Cultural Heritage Symposium

The East Asia Research Library (EARL) is one of the co-organizers of the East Asia: The COVID Pandemic, the Ethics of Global Humanism, and the Fate of Cultural Heritage Symposium. The event, co-organized with the Department of Asian Studies and the Asian Languages and Cultures program groups of the Faculty of Arts, will mark the 25th anniversary of the Department's establishment.

21. February 2021 | EARL

Call for papers: Situations International Conference 2021

The East Asia Resource Library (EARL) is co-hosting the Situations International Conference 2021, with the title Between Asia and Europe: Whither Comparative Cultural Studies? The conference will take place in Ljubljana, between May 21-22, 2021, in a hybrid form (combination of online and in-person events). The deadline for 4,000-word research proposals, including a 100-word bio statement and a 150-word abstract, is April 15, 2021.

21. February 2021 | EARL

Access to New Statesman magazine

Students and staff can now access the New Statesman online via the Faculty of Social Sciences subscription. The subscription covers access to international and UK versions of the New Statesman website which contains all articles featured in the print magazine plus a lot of additional, online-only content, including podcasts.

11. February 2021 | Notifications

Invitation to join library courses

The library at the Faculty of Social Sciences is organizing remote courses in English via Zoom to help foreign students with the use of library services, in particular e-resources. You can apply for the scheduled course or set up an individual consultation.

05. February 2021 | Notifications, Courses

Online lecture “Marriage on the road to equality: a Taiwan story”

EARL invites you to the online “Taiwan Lecture on Chinese Studies” cohosted by our partners, School of Oriental and African Studies(SOAS), U.K., National Central Library (Taiwan), and Center for Chinese Studies (Taiwan).

19. January 2021 | EARL

NEW: EARL Newsletter 2020

This is our fourth Report about activities and plans of the EARL published for the attention of the institutions, participating in the EARL, and for information to all our supporters, users and followers, who have enjoyed the EARL thus far – and hopefully will continue to do so in the future.

11. January 2021 | EARL, Newsletters

Covid-19: library lending and other services

Due to a government decree, physical entry into the library is not possible until further notice. By prior arrangement (e-mail or phone 01/5805-150) the library materials ordered through Cobiss can be picked up at the faculty entrance (between 9:00 and 15:00) or ordered to be sent by post.

We invite you to use the library's services remotely.>>>

10. January 2021 | Notifications

Trial access to Japanese database Yomidas Rekishikan

Yomidas Rekishikan database is a digital archive covering the entire history of newspaper publishing in Japan. Students and staff of Faculty of Social Sciences and Faculty of Arts can access the trial from 5 January until 7 March 2021.

05. January 2021 | EARL