Social scientists working on socio-economic topics can apply for one-month funded missions to the GESIS data archive and library (Mannheim and Cologne). The closing date for applications is 15 October 2019, for visits to be undertaken any time in 2020. During their stay, visiting scholars will be assigned an individual workspace and can discuss data elaboration techniques with GESIS archive staff. Data and services are explained at this link. Full details about how to apply are on this EUROLAB page…
Following an agreement with Agence Europe signed on 12 July 2018, the European University Institute Library has digitised and published online an archive of about 40 years of Bulletin Quotidien Europe (French edition), from 1953 to 1999 as well as the Europe Daily Bulletin (English edition), from 1979 to 1999. Researchers and historians have now digital access to […]
In addition to our existing Cambridge University Press eBook collections, we now provide access to about 20,000 eBooks. This collection includes current and new economics, social science, law, and history titles. These eBooks have been added to the Library catalogue, but the collection can also be explored via this link, which will redirect you to […]
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 […]
The EUI Library issued the 10th edition Bibliography of Academia on 30 April 2019. There are ten sections: 1. The young scholar, 2. Scientific and research methodology, 3. Academic writing and publication, 4. Data for research in the social sciences and humanities, 5. Presenting, teaching and supervising, 6. Open science, digital and internet, 7. Science, education and society, 8. Copyright and data protection, 9. Academia in Europe and 10. University strategy and finance.
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 […]