1 edition of Diana Vincent-Daviss, 1943-1993 found in the catalog.
Diana Vincent-Daviss, 1943-1993
|Contributions||Yale Law School.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Queen Elizabeth I
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Africa on a Shoestring
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Religion and Politics (Political and Legal Anthropology)
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Bibliography of Human Rights: A Collection of Bibliographies and Research Resources. in honor of Diana Vincent-Daviss (),1 the former Librarian of Yale Law School and Deputy Director of the Orville H.
Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School. DIANA will promote the creation, organization, dissemination and preservation of primary and. The project is titled DIANA in honor of Diana Vincent-Daviss (),(1) the former Librarian of Yale Law School and Deputy Director of the Orville H.
Schell, Jr. Diana Vincent-Daviss, a professor of law and law librarian at Yale University Law School, died on Tuesday at Yale-New Haven Hospital.
She was A spokeswoman for the university said she died of. Diana Vincent-Daviss came to KEHS in She was nominated as a Distinguished Old Edwardian by her friend and KEHS contemporary, Kay Williams.
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Development Director - Adelaide Bailey. Diana K. Davis is an associate professor of history at the University of California at Davis. She has published in Environmental History, Geoforum, Cultural Geographies, the Journal of Arid Environments, and Secheresse.
She is the author of Resurrecting the Granary of Rome: Cited by: Creator Vincent-Daviss, Diana Subjects Books - Conservation and restoration. Audience Adult Summary Shows the librarian how to avoid becoming an inadvertent accessory to the destruction of books by focussing on the specific factors that shorten shelf life and providing the best defense against them.
A detailed listing of U.N documents on human rights from through can be found in Diana Vincent-Daviss, "Human Rights Law: A Research Guide to the Literature-Part I: International Law and the United Nations," 14 NYU Journal of International Law & Politics, pp.
() and Part 2, pp. () and Part 3, 15 NYU J Int'l L. Get this from a library. The enemies of books: a preservation primer. [Diana Vincent-Daviss; William Blades] -- New York University Law Library staff show the right and wrong way to handle books and the damage to books of careless treatment.
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Cook. Inwhen the American Association of Law Libraries inducted 78 law librarians in its inaugural Hall of Fame, I noted in a Slaw article that eight of them had made major contributions to the profession of foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL) librarianship.
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General public requires permission. In- terlibrary loan of publications only. Contact: Diana Vincent Daviss, Law Librarian, 53 State University of New York, Albany Reference Department, University Library Washington Avenue Albany, NY Depository for: : Willis F. Cunningham.