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The Vilnius Cyrillic book printing in the European context: research and inventions

The Vilnius Cyrillic book printing in the European context: research and inventions
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From 21 January to 23 January, an international scientific conference "The Vilnius Cyrillic book printing in the European context: research and inventions" devoted to the history of the Cyrillic book printing was held in Vilnius (Lithuania).


The conference held in the Vilnius University Library was attended by researchers, academicians, librarians from the Russian State Library (Moscow), the National Library of Russia (St. Petersburg), the University of Warmia and Mazury (Olsztyn, Poland), the National Library of Bulgaria (Sofia), Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic), the National Library of Ukraine named after V. Vernadsky (Kiev), the Vilnius University Library and the Church of St. Paraskeva (Vilnius).

Head of Bibliology Division of the National Library of Belarus G. Kireeva took part in the work of the conference. She delivered a report "The history of the creation of the Cyrillic book collection at the National Library of Belarus".

The conference also included the presentation of a new catalogue "Cyrillic Book Collection at the Vilnius University Library: 1525–1839" and an exhibition "Nations are naked without books", which displayed a collection of Cyrillic books from the Library and which was held in F. Smuglevich Hall.

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A virtual project "On the Wave of Time, Throughout the Life", timed to the 100th anniversary of the literary association "Maladnyak" (1923-1928), includes a lot of interesting and informative things. These are photographs of the writers, their family and friends, manuscripts and letters, photos of personal belongings of the members of "Maladnyak", full texts of their pieces. Important material that makes the project "alive" and relevant are the articles of modern researchers. With the permission of the authors, we place digitized copies of publications that are available to readers in full.

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