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Culture 4.0: on the Way to the Future

Culture 4.0: on the Way to the Future
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A round table "Culture 4.0: on the Way to the Future" took place on November 23 at the 16th Minsk Forum "Belarus and EU: Future of the Partnership: Dialogue, Development, Digitalization". Thematic focus of the forum gave the opportunity to discuss the present and future of Belarus in various spheres, including cultural development.

The initiator and moderator of the round table was Christina Yaneke, historian, curator and cultural projects manager, board member of the German-Belarusian Society, doctor (Berlin).


Alexander Susha, Deputy Director for Research and Publishing Activities of the National Library of Belarus, Candidate of Cultural Studies (Minsk);

Alexandr Zimenko, Head Curator of the art collection of Belgazprombank, Candidate of Arts (Minsk);

Alla Stashkevich, a member of the National Commission for UNESCO and the chairman of the "Cultural Heritage and Modernity" foundation (Minsk);

Jakob Racek, Head of the Goethe Institute (Minsk);

Yvonne Reichardt, Deputy Chief Editor of the "New Eastern Europe" journal (Warsaw).


The article is created by the Bibliology Research Department.


Toaster-Criminal: the Most Uncommon Murder Weapons in Literature

21 Oct 2021

Every crime story enthusiast knows: the key to solving a murder is the murder weapon. Brave detectives are the first to rush out to find it. Carving knives, hunting rifles, all sorts of ropes and arsenic are familiar and common ways of killing a literary hero. But the authors' imagination is limitless and unpredictable! So, watch your heads and your backs: 11 of the most unconventional instruments of crime await you.

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The First Belarusian

20 Oct 2021

An exhibition "The First Belarusian" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Belarusian State University is on show on the third floor of the circular corridor of the Library from October 20.

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