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EUI-UniFi Libraries Collaboration Agreement

Within the framework of the European University Institute – UniFi, University of Florence’s partnership renewed in November 2023, a collaboration agreement was finalised and signed in June 2024 by the EUI Library Director Pep Torn and by UniFi Dirigente dell’Area Valorizzazione del Patrimonio, Vincenzo De Marco. The EUI-UniFi Libraries Collaboration Agreement 2024 (in Italian) aims to […]

Slave trade in Livorno and elsewhere – History item of the month

Martín Casares, Aurelia, Rafael Benítez Sánchez-Blanco, and Andrea Schiavon, eds. Reflejos de la esclavitud en el arte: imagenes de Europa y América. Crónica/historia. Valencia: Tirant Humanidades, 2021. The history item of this month was requested by a library user, to be specific a history doctoral researcher, about three weeks ago. As focused as we are […]

Cadmus: 30,000 records

Today 4 June marks another milestone for the EUI Research Repository, Cadmus, reaching 30,000 records. It is Prof. Gábor Halmai’s article From liberal democracy to illiberal populist autocracy: possible reasons for Hungary’s autocratization, Hague journal on the rule of law, 2024, available in Open Access, that marks the 30,000 milestone: Browse through other recently added […]

The persecution of Romani people – History item of the month

Nencioni, Chiara. A forza di essere vento: la persecuzione di rom e sinti nell’Italia fascista. Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2024. Trevisan, Paola. La persecuzione dei rom e dei sinti nell’Italia fascista: Storia, etnografia e memorie. Roma: Viella, 2024. This month’s history item is double, as I unfortunately skipped the month of April after dedicating the month […]

It’s World Book Day!

For the 8th year, on 23 April, the Library will celebrate World book Day and Sant Jordi – come and share with us your love for books and literature! On April 23rd, Catalonia comes alive with the vibrant celebration of Sant Jordi. This tradition intertwines elements of romance, literature, and cultural heritage into a splendid […]