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Fourth Conference on European Historical Bibliographies

17-18 March 2011

Munich, Bavarian State Library

 

Program and Conference Papers

 

Program

 

Current affairs: Developments since the 3rd Conference

Ronald Sluijter (The Hague):  Digitale Bibliografie Nederlandse Geschiedenis

Kristina Rexová (Prague): Bibliografie dějin Českých zemí

Karin von Wartburg (Berne): Bibliographie der Schweizergeschichte

Brigitte Keriven (Paris): Bibliographie annuelle de l'Histoire de France

Martha Jauernig (Klagenfurt): Österreichische Historische Bibliographie

Daniel Schlögl (Munich): Bibliographie zur Zeitgeschichte

Stefan Wiederkehr (Berlin): Jahresberichte für deutsche Geschichte

Gregor Horstkemper (Berlin): Joint project of AHF, BBAW, BSB, IfZ

Session 1: License fee or open access: Delivery models of bibliographical databases

Martin Rethmeier (Munich): Historische Bibliographie (text and slides)

Peter Salt (London): Bibliography of British and Irish History

Alice Keller & Julia Brauch (Munich): International Bibliography of Historical Science

Session 2: Metasearch solutions for historical bibliographies

Uwe Dierolf (Karlsruhe): Using KVK as a technical base for "Virtual Catalogue of European Historical Bibliographies"

Gregor Horstkemper & Max Schreiber (Munich): Integrated search services for heterogenous bibliographic metadata

Martha Jauernig (Klagenfurt): Comment

Business meeting

Participants:

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek

Bibliografia dějin Českých zemí

Bibliographie annuelle de l'histoire de France

Bibliographie der Schweizergeschichte
Bibliographie zur Zeitgeschichte

Bibliography of British and Irish History
Historische Bibliographie
Irish History Online
Jahresberichte für deutsche Geschichte
Österreichische Historische Bibliographie
Repertorium Geschiedenis Nederland

 

Directions

 

Conference venue (Map)

Bavarian State Library / Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
Ludwigstr. 16
80539 München

 

1st Floor, Friedrich-von-Gärtner-Saal

 

How to reach the Bavarian State Library from Munich Airport?

 A. Public transportation by train

Take the S8 or S1 train (S8: direction "Herrsching", S1: direction "Neufahrn" or "Ostbahnhof München") and disembark at the station "Marienplatz". There you can change to Underground Line U3 (direction "Moosach") or U6 (direction "Garching-Forschungszentrum"). Exit the Underground at stop "Universität" (2 minutes). Further information can be found here: http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/home/index.html.

 

B. Lufthansa Airport Bus

This shuttle is not restricted to Lufthansa customers. Detailed information can be found here: http://www.airportbus-muenchen.de/cms/en/home/. There are only two bus stops of this shuttle in Munich city: Munich North / Schwabing Nord and Munich Center / München Zentrum. You can leave the bus at Munich North. There you can change to Underground Line U6 (direction "Klinikum Großhadern"). Exit the Underground at stop "Universität" (6 minutes). Please note that you need an additional ticket for the Underground Line.

 

C. Taxi

Cabs can be found at several locations of the airport: http://www.munich-airport.de/en/consumer/anab/taxi/index.jsp.

You will need 45-60 minutes to reach the Bavarian State Library regardless of the chosen option. Additional information on transportation issues can be found here: http://www.munich-airport.de/en/consumer/anab/index.jsp.

 

How to reach the Bavarian State Library from Munich Central Station?

Take Underground Line U4 (direction "Arabellapark") or U5 (direction
"Neuperlach Süd"). Exit the Underground at stop "Odeonsplatz" (3
minutes). Follow the Ludwigstrasse northward for about 500 m. You reach the
Bavarian State Library on the right.

 

How to find the "Friedrich-von-Gärtner-Saal"?

The conference room of the Bavarian State Libray is called
"Friedrich-von-Gärtner-Saal". The attached plan of the 1st floor of the
library building may help you to find the way. The main entrance
(Ludwigstraße) leads directly to the central staircase. At the top of the
stairs keep straight on for some 20 m, turn left and enter a long corridor
which leads directly to the Gärtner-Saal.