Up-to-date information on visiting the library - COVID-19

Beginning November 22nd the following restrictions will apply due to the  the new Corona Protection Emergency Ordinance for Saxony:

  • Returns and loans are made by an appointment, please register at bibliothek@palucca.eu in advance (time schedule: Tue., Wed., Thur  9.30 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16.00)
  • Hand disinfection must be carried out in the entrance area, enter the library with an FFP2 mask, enter individually and pay attention to the minimum distance of 1.5 m
  • Please inform yourself about literature at home via the online catalogue or send a request to the library staff
  • The lending service is made via an appointment with the library staff on the new terms of minimal contact
  • Study- and workplaces are closed

New Digital Collections

With the support of the Saxony Consortium, Ebooks from the publishing house Routledge are made available on the Taylor and Francis platform. Titles focusing on performing arts and music can also be searched in the library catalogue.

The library offers even more databases - outside the university network you have to login using your University-ID: 

ProQuest - Sociology and Psychology Databases and Social Science Ebook Collection 

JSTOR Arts & Sciences Collection - titles across performing, and visual arts, including all titles in the music collection

Welcome

 

The library provides literature and information for study, research and teaching, with the focus on Dance Studies. Non-members of the university may also use it as a reference library on application. The collection has been built up since 1995 in the fields of dance, theatre and music studies. The library contains approx. 8000 items, a quarter of which are audio-visual media, above all dance videos. Specialist magazines about dance and theatre are also available in the collection.


The book collection is available in the form of an open access library. We also offer workstations where CDs, DVDs and videos can be played. For using library resources please abide the Library Regulations.