To coincide with the first annual Hungarian Studies Conference, Paprika, Pálinka, and Politics: Variation on Themes in October 2015 Graham Library hosted a month-long display curated by Kristen Censky, Susan Papp, and Dr. Eva Tomory. The display highlighted the diversity of Hungarian Studies Program by examining the country’s history, culture and arts using resources from our collection as well as artifacts provided by the Hungarian Studies department.
Given the success of the exhibit, we would welcome ideas from groups affiliated with Trinity or Wycliffe Colleges, or the Munk School of Global Affairs for future exhibits and to explore collaborative opportunities. Exhibit proposals for the space must relate or promote current academic research, projects or themes that connect with the Library’s role in supporting teaching and research activities.
Please send us a message at ask.grahamlibrary at utoronto.ca or see Graham Library Exhibit Policy for more information.