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Wednesday, 20 September, 2017
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Library of the Institute of Ethnographic Studies

Opening hours
Monday: Reading Room: 9.00-16.00
Depository: 9.00-16.00
Tuesday: Reading Room: 9.00-16.00
Depository: 9.00-16.00
Wednesday: Reading Room: 9.00-16.00
Depository: 9.00-16.00
Thursday: Reading Room: 9.00-16.00
Depository: 9.00-16.00
Friday: Reading room: 9.00-13.00
Depository: 9.00-13.00
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed

Route, contacts
Address: 1088 Budapest Múzeum krt. 6-8. Ground floor 22
E-mail: lib_neprajz [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu
Phone: +36 1 411 6500 / 5142
Library code: B2 63
Route:

Underground train: No. 2., Astoria Station

Tram: 47, 49 Astoria Station

Bus: 7, 178, 112, 8 Astoria Station


Who can register?

Students
Professors

Details of registration

Registration is a prerequisite to using the library. Teachers, students and other employees of ELTE BTK may register by filling out a registration form. Registration is free of charge and is valid until the termination of the legal standing as student or termination of employment. 

Borrowing from the library is allowed exclusively for teachers of the Ethnographic Institute.

Registration is a prerequisite to using the library. Teachers, students and other employees of ELTE BTK may register by filling out a registration form. Registration is free of charge and is valid until the termination of the legal standing as student or termination of employment.

Two computers are available for readers in the reading room, where both the ELTE catalogue and the databases subscribed to by the university are accessible.

The books and periodicals found on the open stacks or requested from the warehouse may be used on-site during opening hours. Borrowing is allowed exclusively for teachers of the Ethnographic Institute, books may not be taken out from the reading room area. A request form must be filled out to request books and periodicals from the warehouse. Books procured prior to 1993 may be searched by author or title in the card catalogue.

Access is provided in the library to the WiFi network of ELTE, further information regarding the use of which may be found at: http://iig.elte.hu/szolgaltatas/wifi.

Alapgyűjtemények

  • Collections of the library: Hungarian and foreign language literature, periodicals and reviews related to the subjects of Hungarian and comparative folklorism, ethnography and cultural anthropology. Certain manuscripts and joke collections from the legacy of associate professor Mr. Imre Katona, as well as the legacies of Mr. István Tálasi and Mr. Lajos Takács form part of the library’s collection.

  • The library is currently subscriber to 17 foreign, 8 hungarian periodicals and various almanacs of institutions and museums.

    Foreign periodicals: American Anthropologist, Cesky Lid, Current Anthropology, Ethnologia Europea, Fabula, FFC (Folklore Fellows Communication), Historische Anthropologie, Journal of American Folklore, Journal of Folklore Research, Lares, Österreichische Zeitschrift für Volkskunde, Polska Sztuka Ludowa, Schweizerisches Archiv für Volkskunde, Slovensky Narodopis, Temenos, Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, Zeitschrift für Volkskunde.

Különgyűjtemények

  • The academic book collection of Professor Gyula Ortutay, comprising 14,000 volumes, is also found here and provided that it is being processed at the moment, for the time being its use is limited.

Name Position Title E-Mail Phone
Éva Ildikó Kopaszné Szincsok Librarian szincsok [dot] ildiko [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu 411 6700 / 5203 (reading room: 5142)
László Csibi Librarian csibi [dot] laszlo [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5407

Our Institute's Library started its work from its very beginning (1934 on). The task of our library was, however, practical: to serve both the students and the teachers of the Department of Folklore and Department of Material Ethnography.

The reading room of the library is spatious and somehow luxurious one. Here we have the handbooks, and at the gallery the most important journals.  We organize small exhibitions, scholarly debates, and small conferences.


 

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