Within the framework of the Sheikh Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation’s celebration of World Book Day, the Department of Scientific Affairs intends to organize a symposium under the title:
The scribes in Libya and their role in the printing and publishing movement since the fifties
This is according to the following topics:
The first axis: commercial libraries in Libya, origin and history, and the impact of the spread of commercial libraries and the supply of books on the intellectual and cultural life in Libya, and government and private printing houses in Libya; Its role and importance in the book industry.
The second axis, which includes: scribes and libraries in Libya, studies and flags. The trade of old and used books in Libyan libraries, and street sellers of newspapers and magazines in Libya.
The third axis: the future of the paper book in Libya and the importance of the traditional library, and the role of periodic exhibitions in introducing libraries and publishing houses. And the civilized and cultural dimensions of the spread of commercial and public libraries.
The invitation is open to all interested in the printing and publishing movement in Libya, professors, researchers, intellectuals and students to participate in the activities of the symposium.
The date of the seminar will be held on May 07, 2018, at Bab Al Bahr Hotel / Tripoli.
The last date for accepting research papers is April 21, 2018.
For more details about the conditions for submitting research, click here
For more details about the objectives and themes of the symposium, please see the brochure