13. Apr 2022, 1.00 pm | Campus Gotha, Gotha Research Library

Guided tour in the exhibition "Bücher bewegen"

Gotha Reaerch Library, Seminarraum (Friedenstein Castle Gotha)
Jubiläumsjahr "Bücher bewegen"
Gotha Research Library (FBG)
Event type

Guided tour of the exhibition "Bücher bewegen", which will be on display until 19.6.2022 as part of the anniversary "375 years of the Gotha Research Library".

Registration: Please register by e-mail: veranstaltungen.fb@uni-erfurt.de

Meeting point: Entrance Spiegelsaal, Schloss Friedenstein

Public tours of the exhibition will take place on the following dates: 13 April, 20 April, 27 April, 11 May, 18 May, 25 May 2022 - 1pm each day.

Please also note:
The curator of the exhibition, Dr. Kathrin Paasch will lead tours of the exhibition on the following dates: Wednesday, 4 May, 1 June and 8 June, both at 5 p.m. and Saturday, 7 May and 18 June, both at 2 p.m.

The exhibition traces the eventful history of the Gotha Research Library, the origin of the books and the writing and thought movements of its readers. It tells the story(s) of Gotha's book and library history from the library's foundation in 1647 to the 21st century. It shows treasures and curiosities, presents everyday library life and is dedicated to the upheavals in library history from the second half of the 20th century.

About the Jubilee Year

2022 is a particularly eventful year for the Gotha Research Library. We are celebrating the 375th anniversary of our founding. Under the motto "Bücher bewegen", you can expect a series of events on site and online. The anniversary year is at the same time a caesura in the history of the research library and a time of great challenges. We are moving a large part of our books out of the east tower of Friedenstein Palace, where the library has been housed since the end of the 17th century, in order to renovate the building. At the same time, we want to create optimal opportunities for our users in the library and in virtual space to continue researching and working with each other and with our outstanding library objects and collections.