Federica Signoriello


What are librarians up to these days? QQML is coming to Florence

If you thought that for this month the EUI could enjoy the post-State-of-the-Union peace, think again. 250 information science academics and librarians from all over the world are coming here! From 28 May to 1 June the Badia Fiesolana is hosting one of the most creative and hectic conferences in the library world: the 11th […]

World Book Day 2019

It’s finally World Book Day – or Sant Jordi, if you like Catalan traditions – at the EUI Library. As promised, we’re sharing your book recommendations on our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) all day. If you can’t wait, the complete list is below. We have an excellent variety, so thanks everyone for […]

Read any good books lately?

Here at the Library we love books, so what’s new – have you ever met a librarian who doesn’t read? So, we decided to dip into the world of non-academic books whilst celebrating the wonderful diverse community of the EUI. For the last couple of years we have embraced a Catalan tradition, that of Sant […]

William Klinger’s thesis in Open Access

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 […]