Professor Maria Juda

Director of Doctoral School of Humanities

Professor Maria Juda has been the director of the Institute of Scientific Information and Library Science at UMCS since September 1, 2003, and the head of the Department of Book Culture and Auxiliary Sciences in Bibliology. She is a graduate of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin in library science and information science. In 1990, based on the dissertation written under the supervision of prof. dr hab. Józef Szymański, entitled "Printing privileges in Poland," earned a doctorate in humanities. She received a postdoctoral degree in humanities. From 2005, she was employed as an associate professor at UMCS. She obtained the academic title of professor of humanities in 2013. Since October 2015, she has been working as a full professor. She is the author of publications related to the history of the old printed book's culture in the Polish and pan-European context. She is a  member of the Historical Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Book History and Libraries Team of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Committee of the Scientific Award of the Polish Academy of Sciences Adam Łysakowski, Vice-President of the Scientific and Program Council of the Provincial Public Library H. Łopaciński in Lublin. Professor Maria Juda is a member of the scientific and editorial boards of many magazines, incl. "Nauka-Dydaktyka-Praktyka," "Librarian in Lublin," "Folia Bibliologica," "Przegląd Bibliteczny."


Consultation hrs. - winter semester 2021/2022

Tuesday - 11.20 am till 12.05 pm

Thursday - 10.30 am  till 11.15 am - online on MS Teams

ul. Weteranów 18,

2nd floor, room 2

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