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East European History and Slavonic Studies Library

Opening hours during term time:

Monday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday:9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday:9:00am - 4:00pm

Special opening hours apply during university holidays.

Our address:

Campus der Universität Wien
Spitalgasse 2-4, Hof 5.2
A-1090 Wien
Tel.: (+43-1) 4277-16621
Fax: (+43-1) 4277-16629
E-Mail:

How to reach us:

Trams 5, 33, 43, 44
Bus 13A (Final Stop) and walk of approximately 10 minutes

Catalogues:

For holdings acquired before 1972, the card catalogue in the Library should be consulted.

Loans:

During term time patrons with a valid library card can borrow loanable books for a minimum of 7 days during that period. Patrons can place holds on loans. As long as there are no holds or overdue fees, items may be renewed. After a year all items become due. The Regulations for the Libraries (PDF) of Vienna University apply. If books are not returned on time, readers' borrowing privileges are temporarily revoked and reminder fees become due.

Loan conditions

Your borrower statusLoanable items can be borrowed
Loaned items are renewed Holds can be placedReference works, books from reserve collections (Handapparat), items published before 1911, journals, theses
Student, member of the public
for 7 days
15 items
by borrower; for up to 1 year
yescan be used in
the library
PhD student or
student at diploma/master thesis writing level
for 7 days
30 items
automatically;
for up to one year
yescan be used in
the library
Member of the university faculty
or administrative staff
for 7 days
50 items
automaticall;
for up to 1 year
yescan be used in
the library
Member of the Eastern European History/Slavonic Studies Department (with special status)
for 14 days
100 items
automatically;
for up to one year
yescan be used in
the library

Team:

Mag. Barbara Retschnig (head librarian)
Tel.: (+43-1) 4277-16620
E-Mail:

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