Collection of Manuscripts and Rare Books: Notice of temporary change in opening hours
On the 14th of June (Friday) the Collection of Manuscripts and Rare Books will only be open from 10.30am.
Thank you for your understanding!
Information | 2019. 06. 11.
Due to server maintenance, the public computers in the reading room will not work on the 11th of June, Tuesday. Wi-fi network access will be undisturbed.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Information | 2019. 06. 05.
The Library of the HAS will be closed from July 7 to August 11, 2019.
We wish you pleasant summer holidays!
Information | 2019. 05. 31.
The role and responsibility of libraries in the preservation, accessibility and promotion of European cultural heritage
The conference is jointly organized by the Working Group of Libraries and Documentations Units for Research in East, East Central and South Eastern Europe (ABDOS), the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Könyvtár és Információs Központ) and the Southeast Europe Association in Budapest between 27-30 May 2019.
The conference languages are German and English (unfortunately no simultaneous interpretation will be available).
Participation in the conference will be free of charge for members of the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences cordially invites you to the DUNHUANG AND CULTURAL CONTACT ALONG THE SILK ROAD conference – organized by the Oriental Collection of the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the ‘MTA–ELTE–SZTE Silk Road Research Group’
The conference is in English, please see the attached programme.
Maximilian Teleki visited the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Maximilan Teleki, the president of the Hungarian American Coalition visited the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 13th March. Mr Teleki had a discussion with prof. Dr. István Monok, general director.
In the course of the visit several documents related to the Teleki family, including the establishing letter of count József Teleki who offered his 30,000 volume library to the Academy in 1826, were presented to Mr. Teleki.