The library is closed from December 21st through January 14th.
The library is open from 14:00 to 16:00. Monday through Thursdays. Please email email@example.com to arrange a visit outside of these times.
The library continues to have 24/7-access for students in the master program International Human Rights Law and affiliates of RWI.
You are welcome to reserve books, available at the RWI-library, in LUBcat. The reserved book will be sent to your ‘home library’ or to a library of your choice.
Please contact the librarian, Victoria Heisler, with questions or to make special arrangements for access.
Entrance is through the courtyard towards Pufendorf Hall. There is a door with an overhang to the left with a sign to the library. During opening hours, the library is accessible through this door. In order for the door to open, you must first push the button to call for the elevator. It will only 'unlock' when the elevator is on the other side.
Phone: 046 222 1230
Victoria Heisler is an experienced librarian, archivist, educator, and non-profit administrator. She received her Master of Library and Information Science with a concentration in archive management from Simmons College. She also holds a dual Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and English Literature with minors in writing and art.
Prior to RWI, she was the Executive Director of In-Sight Photography Project, a non-profit that offers financially accessible visual arts programming for youth. She has also been both a school librarian and youth services librarian in rural New England. As an archivist, she worked with the head of special collections of Keene State College on the Orang Asli Archives, a research collection documenting the history and culture of the indigenous peoples of Peninsular Malaysia.