Book flea market

For the Long Night of Research 2024, the UBK is once again organizing its big book flea market!

On Thursday, 23.5. and Friday, 24.5. from 9.00 – 17.00 you can browse, rummage and buy again – at kilo prices:

1/2 kilo of books for 1 euro!

As always, the flea market is located in the assembly hall in front of the library entrance.

On Thursday, mainly textbooks and academic literature will be on sale, followed on Friday by fiction, children’s/young adult literature, illustrated books and general specialist literature.

 

There is something for everyone – guaranteed!

We are happy when our books find a new home!

Reduced opening hours on May 24, 2024 (Long Night of Research)

The loan desk of the university library will be open on May 24, 2024, during the Long Night as follows: 08:30 to 16:00

 

All registered users have unrestricted access to the library‘s reading rooms.

Registration for the 24-hour library is possible via the campus system under “My settings” >> 24-hour library.
Please register at least one day before you plan to use this service for the first time. Accounts are activated every day at midnight.

Reduced opening hours around “Pentecost” (May 18-21)

  • Sat, May 18 – Mon, May 20 2024 the library will be CLOSED!
  • Tue, May 21: The library will be open from 08:30 to 16:00.

University members have unrestricted access to the library‘s reading rooms.

 

All registered users have unrestricted access to the library‘s reading rooms.

Registration for the 24-hour library is possible via the campus system under “My settings” >> 24-hour library.
Please register at least one day before you plan to use this service for the first time. Accounts are activated every day at midnight.7

Already read?!

Robert Musil im Spannungsfeld zwischen Psychologie und Phänomenologie

Hrsg.: Artur R. Boelderl, Barbara Neymeyr; De Gruyter: Berlin/Boston, 2024 (Untersuchungen zur Deutschen Literaturgeschichte, Bd. 170)

This interdisciplinary conference volume examines the significance of psychology and phenomenology in Robert Musil’s work. The focus is on Gestalt psychology and psychoanalysis as well as phenomenological philosophy and neurophenomenology. The contributions explore the interdiscursive fields of tension systematically and from a cultural-historical perspective. In this way, they open up new insights into Musil’s poetics, which also makes philosophy and psychology fruitful in literary terms.

You find items of the recommended work in the reading corner (12) as well as in the open stacks (12-266.Musi.2 | can be borrowed!) mit der Signatur I 657748.