Bibliological scientists from Latvia, Lithuania and Poland will take part at the 14th International Bibliological Conference, which will take part on April 26-27 in the National Library of Belarus.
The participation of researchers in the event became possible thanks to the support of the European Union MOST project (Mobility Scheme for Targeted People-to-People-Contacts), which aims to expand contacts between EU and Belarus citizens in order to exchange best practices, establish and deep professional contacts.
Juris Cibulis, the collector and explorer of the Alphabet books from Latvia, the owner of the largest collection of Alphabet books in the world, is expected to take part at the Conference. Nadezhda Morozova, PhD in Human Science, principal scientist of the Lithuanian Language Institute (Lithuania); Inna Kozhuro, Senior Librarian of the Vilnius University Library (Lithuania); Lilia Kowkiel, PhD in Historical Sciences, research fellow at the Institute for the History of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland) also confirmed their participation in the department of the book history.
The purpose of the 14th International Bibliological Conference is to consolidate the scientific community to discuss topical issues on the study and popularization of the book heritage, to stimulate cooperation between researchers of the book culture.