No one is indifferent about the present economic situation but, do we really know what happens, why and how will affect us?
This exhibition aims to try to answer these and other questions, putting at your disposal both monographs as selections of articles on the subject.
William Faulkner: 50th anniversary
The University of philosophy and letters in its "Fall of awards" program library organizes a bibliographical exhibition about William Faulkner, winner of the Nobel Prize in literature in 1949 and awarded two Pulitzer, on the 50th anniversary of his death and taking advantage of the reissue of most of his work.
Sample books will be open on the 2nd floor of the humanities and Social Sciences Library from September 25 to October 11, 2012.
The fragUA has published the agenda of training from October to December 2012. They are brief training sessions, aimed at the staff of the AU, which are taught in the classroom of formation of the forge. This quarter, in addition to the regular sessions (UA Blogs, search engines for images, GIMP, plagiarism, etc.), we offer four new training sessions: "assignment of copyright licenses: Creative Commons", "Use of the audiovisual equipment", "Introduction to R" and "Creation of presentations with Beamer".
PHOTO EXHIBITION: THE REGIONS OF RUSSIA. TUVA
The University Library of philosophy and letters, in collaboration with the Area of Slavic philology of the Department of integrated philology of the Faculty of philosophy and letters and the Russian Cultural and scientific Center organized an exhibition of photographs of Tuva, one of the republics that make up the Federation of Russia and one of the world's remotest regions, located in the South of Eastern Siberia and limiting to the South and to the East with Mongolia. The exhibition can visit of September 17, 2012-October 19, 2012 in the access ramp to the University Library of philosophy and letters