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Black History Month 2022

February 2022 will be the first Black History Month (BHM) at the EUI. What is Black History Month? Born in 1970 in the US in the aftermath of the Civil Rights movement, Black History Month was conceived as a way of remembering Black people’s contributions to the history of the nation. Nowadays, while BHM is […]

Open Access Week 2021 at the EUI

Roundtable The EUI Open Access week roundtable “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity” took place on Tuesday the 26 October, and had the following interventions and topics: Welcome by Pep Torn Chair, Lotta Svantesson and Introduction to Open Access at the EUI – Presentation The Importance of Replication in the Social Sciences, […]

#WriteNow with Academic Writing Month

Have you ever stared at a white Microsoft Word document, not knowing how to start writing? Have you spent hours trying to complete a sentence while procrastinating on the web, at home, or at the EUI cafeteria? You are not alone! Writing a dissertation, a paper or a PhD thesis (even a blog post like […]

LGBT+ Pride Month 2021 at the EUI

The Library, in collaboration with the LGBTIQ Interdisciplinary Working Group, will celebrate #PrideMonth with a few initiatives. In June 1969 patrons and supporters of the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City, resisted arrest and protested against the police harassment to which LGBT+ Americans were often subjected. The raid turned into a riot […]

World Book Day Meme and Bookface competition: the winners

It’s been a while since we announced that this year, under the sponsorship of the Secretary General Marco Del Panta, for the customary World Book Day/Sant Jordi (23 April) celebration we would have a competition. On 23 April we shared book recommendations from all around the EUI in the form of memes and bookfaces. We […]

40th EUI Research Dataset Added to the Research Data Collection in Cadmus

On the 23rd of April, the 40th EUI research dataset was added to the multi-disciplinary Research Data Collection in the Cadmus repository. The EUI Research Data Collection is an infrastructure for the preservation of EUI research data outputs; a platform for sharing research data; and a solution for funder-mandated research data management compliance (eg. EU Horizon Europe / ERC).  To submit a dataset for reposit – please complete this online form. The EUI Library offers specialist support regarding (i) data protection (ii) database copyright and (iii) advice on metadata, file-naming, format, structure, and whether data should be archived under embargo, or made available as open data.  An overview of EUI research data support is in the EUI Library Research Data Guide. Only EUI-generated datasets can be included in the EUI Research Data Collection. [ctd…]