Depot:Slowenischer Lesesaal, Regensburg

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Contact info
Slovenska čitalnica, Znanstveni center za Vzhodno in Jugovzhodno Evropo
http://www.slowenischer-lesesaal.de/
info@slowenischer-lesesaal.de
Landshuter Strasse 4, D-93047 Regensburg
Phone49 (0) 941 943 5372
CountryGERMANY
Founded byMinistry of Culture
 Wissenschaftszentrum Ost- und Südosteuropa, Regensburg
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Past Events
  • 16 November 2011
    A novelist Maja Haderlap presents her Engel des Vergessens, bestowed with the Ingeborg-Bachmann-Preis 2011, organised by the Slowenischer Lesesaal, Regensburg at Bücher Pustet in Regensburg, Germany
    programme
  • 9 June 2011
    A lecture about Vitomil Zupan by Ifigenija Simonović organised by the Südost-Institut and the Universitätsbibliothek Regensburg, Slowenischer Lesesaal, Regensburg in Regensburg, Germany
    programme



The Slowenischer Lesesaal (Slovene Reading Room) ceased its activities in January 2014. Its collection is searchable online. See below the archival article.


Archival article

The Slowenischer Lesesaal (Slovene Reading Room) was established in 2009 within a partner framework consisting of the Ministry of Culture (greatly assisted by the National and University Library), the University of Regensburg, and the Institute for South East European Studies in Regensburg. The Slovene reading room is unique in Germany, and offers a limited library collection of over 500 units, focused mainly on the history of Slovenia, its literature and language.


Mission and objectives

The establishment of the reading room was based on a vibrant cultural and language exchange between Regensburg and Slovenia. The study of Slovenian at the University of Regensburg has been possible since its inception in 1967; today, the reading room provides the necessary study materials for students and the general public. Among other periodicals, the newspapers Delo and Dnevnik are delivered daily.

Events

The reading room is also a social and meeting place, where guest lectures, presentations, public readings, film events, and round tables take place. The vivid programme has featured several acclaimed artists, writers, and poets, such as Drago Jančar, Barbara Korun, Veit Heinchen, Taja Kramberger, Iztok Osojnik, Jani Kovačič, as well as lecturers (Marija Bidovec, Matteo Colombi, and Marko Zajc.

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