Social Media Campaigns


Black History eBooks available through De Gruyter

The ongoing trial to the De Gruyter platform provides the EUI community with unparalleled access to a vast collection of eBooks in the field of social sciences. This blog post elaborates on this initiative and proposes recommended readings in observance of Black History Month. Whenever the Library purchases an eBook, it doesn’t simply buy a […]

Book Exhibition Dedicated to the Day of the Cyrillic Alphabet

Every year on 24 May many countries in Eastern Europe and Northern/Central Asia celebrate the day of the Cyrillic alphabet. The Cyrillic alphabet is used by more than 250 million people across 50 languages and is the 6th most popular writing script on the planet. The creation of the Cyrillic alphabet is related to the […]

Thinking About Librarianship & Women

Since the late 19th century, when it was recognised as an organised profession, librarianship has been understood as a viable career option for women – first as a place where they might provide administrative support to the intellectual efforts of the predominantly male librarian cadre but, by the early 20th century, as a women’s profession […]

Impact Challenge: Day 4 – personal websites and blogs

Welcome to day 4 of the 2022 EUI Impact Challenge!  Can you remember on day 3 when we asked you to explore the academic side of twitter? Tweeting and retweeting is great, sure, but what if you want to say a bit more and yet you don’t have an article or a working paper ready? […]