The University Library and the war in Ukraine
Lund University Library wants to give you access to knowledge
Democracy in Europe is under attack. Our shared values are threatened and challenged. Lund University stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian higher education institutions, and Lund University Library especially wants to show support for the libraries.
Last update of the page: 31 October, 2023
The University Library supports the Nordic National Libraries' statement of solidarity with Ukraine and the libraries' role in the fight against disinformation.
The first casualty of war is the truth. So, we want to present a selection of the library's resources to give you a background and perspective.
The libraries' resources on Ukraine
Here you will find links to materials about Ukraine - both digital resources and printed material. The articles are available in full-text for those working and studying at Lund University.
The university's experts in the Research Portal
In a list of experts, Lund University has gathered researchers who can comment on various aspects of the situation in Ukraine and Russia, the security policy situation in Europe, and the history of Eastern Europe.
Get an overview of the experts' publications
Find information on Ukraine and Ukraina (in Swedish) in the Research Portal
We have searched Ukraine and Ukraine in the university's Research Portal to give you an overview of research publications produced at Lund University.
Digitised historical maps
Lund University Library's collections contain many historical maps from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries of the area that is today Ukraine. The maps are digitised and published in Alvin, which is a platform for digital collections and digitised cultural heritage.
Ukraine Solidarity Ribbon
Bookbinder Charlotte Jönsson is the creator of Lund University Library's Ukraine ribbon.