Call from the poet's house museum: "Stay home and read the works of Huseyn Javid"
According to the decision of the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers dated March 14, 2020, all research institutions of the republic, including the House Museum of Huseyn Javid of ANAS, suspended their activities. Currently, the museum continues its activities online in order to partially implement the work envisaged in the research plan for 2020.
According to the museum director, Doctor of philological sciences Gulbaniz Babakhanli, the official website of the institution www.huseyncavid.az receives its visitors. It is possible to get detailed information about the museum on the platform rich in detailed information, to get acquainted with the exhibits stored here through the "virtual museum" window. G.Babakhanli noted that the scientists engaged in Javid's work are provided with an electronic version of the museum's publications through an electronic survey.
The scientist said that the museum's staff continues to carry out scientific work in the field of collection, promotion and research of the heritage of Huseyn Javid and Javids’ during the quarantine period. Thus, work is underway on volumes 20-30th of the collection of research "Javid studies". "One volume of the multi-volume collection of Javid studies will consist of articles in English," she added.
G.Babakhanli also noted that she continues to work on the 3rd volume of the monograph "Azerbaijani literary thought and Huseyn Javid". According to the museum head, this year, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of Huseyn Javid's "Knyaz" and the 100th anniversary of the "Uchurum", these works are being re-published.
In addition, on the occasion of the 95th anniversary of the publication of "Topal Teymur", the work is currently being translated into English and will be published after the current situation.
In conclusion, G. Babakhanli noted that Huseyn Javid's House Museum joins the call for social isolation and speaks under the slogan "Stay home and read Huseyn Javid's works."