2018 has been a busy year for the EUI Library: we prepared this infographic to show you how we did.
On 31 January 2015, when the life of William Klinger was tragically taken in New York, he was only 42. William was an alumnus of the History and Civilisation Department, where he graduated in 2007 with Prof. Raffaele Romanelli as supervisor. He was the husband of Francesca and the father of two children. His EUI […]
When the Library doesn’t have the books that someone needs and it’s not possible to buy them (mostly when books are out of print), InterLibrary loans come to the rescue. EUI members may request up to 80 InterLibrary loans a year. The colleagues in charge of InterLibrary loans (or ILLs) are very busy all year round […]
The history of the EUI Library traineeships is an exciting one. Everything you always wanted to know is right here in this infographic. If you wish to apply for a traineeship in 2019, all the relevant information is available on our website.
The Library staff is evaluating a news-reading platform, PressReader, and welcomes your feedback. PressReader provides digital and interactive access to more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines in more than 60 languages. Browse today’s issues and the back issues up to 90 days ago. You can set up your own account and customise it to your […]
Last month, during Open Access Week, the Library launched a competition. The goal was to complete an EUI themed crossword, printed on the canteen tray sheets, which was not as easy it sounds: if you didn’t have a chance to play, print the picture below and give it a try. Do you know all the […]