x, 241 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • Facts, method, and basic concepts
  • National cultural property repatriation claims of the native Americans
  • International cultural property repatriation claims of indigneous peoples
  • Requirements and objectives for appropriate solutions
  • Summarising conclusion.
This book analyses the legal aspects of international claims by indigenous peoples for the repatriation of their cultural property, and explores what legal norms and normative orders would be appropriate for resolving these claims. To establish context, the book first provides insights into the exceptional legislative responses to the cultural property claims of Native American tribes in the United States and looks at the possible relevance of this national law on the international level. It then shifts to the multinational setting by using the method of legal pluralism and takes into consideration international human rights law, international cultural heritage law, the applicable national laws in the United Kingdom, France and Switzerland, transnational law such as museum codes, and decision-making in extra-legal procedures. In the process, the book reveals the limits of the law in dealing with the growing imperative of human rights in the field, and concludes with three basic insights that are of key relevance for improving the law and decision-making with regard to indigenous peoples' cultural property.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319016542 20160612
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
x, 247 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
  • Introduction and historical background
  • The Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict signed on 14th May 1954 in The Hague (including the annexed regulations for the execution of the Convention)
  • Protocol for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict signed on 14th May 1954 in The Hague
  • The Second Protocol to the Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, The Hague, 26th March 1999
  • Epilogue
  • Text of the 1954 Convention and other international instruments.
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
viii, 261 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Göring's life summary
  • Prewar art
  • Göring's personal staff
  • Art dealers in Germany
  • The annexation of Austria
  • The invasion of Poland
  • Einsatzstab Rosenberg in France
  • Art dealers in France
  • The art market in Holland
  • Art dealers in Holland
  • The art market in Belgium and Luxembourg
  • The art market in Italy
  • Art dealers in Switzerland
  • Göring's war wealth
  • The flight from Berlin
  • Göring's capture
  • The U.S. acquires the Hermann Göring art collection
  • The missing paintings
  • Munich collection point.
During World War II, the Nazis plundered from occupied countries millions of items of incalculable artistic and sentimental value estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Spearheaded by Hermann Goring, Reichsmarschall of the Third Reich, the looting program quickly created the largest private art collection in the world, exceeding the collections amassed by the Metropolitan in New York, the British Museum in London, the Louvre in Paris and the Tretiaskov Gallery in Moscow. By the end of the war, the Nazis had stolen roughly one-fifth of the entire art treasures of the world. This work explores the history and formation of the Nazi art collection and the methods used by Goring and his party to strip occupied Europe of a large part of its artistic heritage.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786468157 20160608
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
ix, 278 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Stealing a trove of stamps
  • A passion for Lucas Cranach paintings
  • Plundering priceless manuscripts
  • The Schwarzburg Castle
  • Vignettes of looting
  • Looting from Hungary in World War II.
Nazi looting has long been recognized as one of the crimes committed by the Third Reich during World War II, a crime which stripped economic wealth and artistic treasures from the populations the Nazis terrorized. This historical text addresses the often-overlooked practice of Allied looting, exploring the ways in which Allied forces engaged in thievery against the Germans. This book follows the journey of the Hungarian Crown Treasure from muddy oil drum in Austria to Fort Knox and back to Austria, and numerous lost treasures are discussed, including Raphael's Portrait of a Young Man, and lost manuscripts, including the earliest known printing by the Gutenberg press.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786460533 20160605
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
viii, 375 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Drawing on a trove of confidential museum records and frank interviews, Felch and Frammolino give a fly-on-the-wall account of the inner workings of a world-class museum and tell the story of the Getty's dealings in the illegal antiquities trade. Fast-paced and compelling, "Chasing Aphrodite" exposes the layer of dirt beneath the polished facade of the museum business.
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xv, 382 p., plates : ill. (some col.), map ; 24 cm.
  • Cultural affairs under Vichy
  • Defending French style and beauty
  • Exodus
  • Museums fit for France
  • Saving historic sites
  • Archeology and the national revolution
  • Recycling French heroes : the destruction of bronze statues
  • Endangered local patrimony : bronze statues in Paris, Chambéry, and Nantes
  • Jewish art collections
  • Art as a negotiating tool
  • The Vichy legacy.
"Defending National Treasures" explores the fate of art and cultural heritage during the Nazi occupation of France. The French cultural patrimony was a crucial locus of power struggles between German and French leaders and among influential figures in each country. Karlsgodt examines the preservation policy that the Vichy regime enacted in an assertion of sovereignty over French art museums, historic monuments, and archeological sites. The limits to this sovereignty are apparent from German appropriations of public statues, Jewish-owned art collections, and key "Germanic" works of art from French museums. A final chapter traces the lasting impact of the French wartime reforms on preservation policy. In "Defending National Treasures, " Karlsgodt introduces the concept of "patrimania" to reveal examples of opportunism in art preservation. During the war, French officials sought to acquire coveted artwork from Jewish collections for the Louvre and other museums; in the early postwar years, they established a complicated guardianship over unclaimed art recovered from Germany. A cautionary tale for our own times, "Defending National Treasures" examines the ethical dimensions of museum acquisitions in the ongoing noble quest to preserve great works of art.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804770187 20160603
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
x, 316 p., [24] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 22 cm
  • Blacksmith's alley
  • Monuments men
  • Camp Ritchie boys
  • Invasion of Nürnburg
  • Thor's hammer
  • Pandora's box
  • Spear of destiny
  • Himmler's scholars
  • The Aryan Jesus
  • Hitler's fairy-tale kingdom
  • Teutonic knights
  • The enemy at the gates
  • Chain of command
  • Himmler's courier
  • Keys to the vault
  • Hitler's holy Reich
  • Externsteine
  • Black Camelot
  • The White House
  • Nazi plunder
  • Camp king
  • The crown jewels
  • The Faustian bargain
  • The Fourth Reich
  • Epilogue.
Tells the riveting true story of how an American college professor turned Army sleuth recovered cherished symbols of Hitler's Thousand-Year Reich before they could become a rallying point in the creation of a Fourth and equally unholy Reich.
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xvii, 241 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Authors' Forewords Introduction: Why Rembrandt? There Is No 'Dr. No' Smeared with Blood: The 1972 Worcester Heist The Take-Away Rembrandt Snafu in Cincinnati: 1973 Wolves at the Door: Heists from Homes Devil's Bargain: The MFA Heist 2000: The Stockholm Blitz The Rembrandt That Wasn't Rembrandt's Stolen Etchings Epilogue: Our Debt to Rembrandt Target Rembrandt: The List of Thefts Acknowledgements Notes Selected Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230108530 20160605
Art theft is one of the most profitable criminal enterprises in the world, exceeding $6 billion dollars in losses to galleries and art collectors annually. In Stealing Rembrandts, authors Anthony M. Amore and Tom Mashberg reveal the actors behind the major art heists of the Dutch Master in the last century. Through thefts around the world - from Stockholm to Boston, Worcester to Ohio - the authors track daring entries into, and escapes from, the world's most renowned museums, and robbers who coolly walk off with multi-million dollar paintings. Stealing Rembrandts is a dramatic and brilliant account that lets you peek into the alluring and little-known criminal art world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780230108530 20160605
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
viii, 324 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
  • Alla prima. Stagehand
  • Crimes against history
  • Provenance. Making of an agent
  • Mask of the man with the broken nose
  • The accident
  • Inspiration
  • A new life
  • Body of work. The gold man
  • History out the back door
  • A blood cloth
  • Befriend and betray
  • The con artist
  • A hot hand
  • The property of a lady
  • National treasure
  • Art crime team
  • The old master
  • Operation masterpiece. Mrs. Gardner
  • Cold case
  • A French connection
  • Laurenz and Sunny
  • Allies and enemies --- A coward has no scar
  • Suspicious minds
  • End game.
Robert K. Wittman, the founder of the FBI's Art Crime Team, pulls back the curtain on his remarkable career, offering a real-life international thriller. The son of an antique dealer, Wittman built a twenty-year career going undercover, usually unarmed, to catch art thieves, scammers, and black market traders in Paris and Philadelphia, Rio and Santa Fe, Miami and Madrid. Wittman tells the stories behind his recoveries of priceless art and antiquities: the golden armor of an ancient Peruvian warrior king; the Rodin sculpture that inspired the Impressionist movement; the rare Civil War battle flag carried into battle by one of the nation's first African-American regiments. The art thieves and scammers he caught run the gamut from rich to poor, smart to foolish, organized criminals to desperate loners. Wittman has saved hundreds of millions of dollars worth of art and antiquities, but he considers them all equally priceless.--From publisher description.
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xxv, 261 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
  • The fundamental importance of archaeological context / Derek Fincham
  • Homecomings : learning from the return of antiquities to Italy / David W.J. Gill
  • Lack of due diligence and unregulated markets : trade in illicit antiquities and fakes in Hong Kong / Toby Bull
  • Who is stealing all those paintings? / A.J.G. Tijhuis
  • The affair of the statuettes reexamined : Picasso and Apollinaire's role in the famed Louvre theft / Silvia Loreti
  • Art, terrorism, and organized crime / Bojan Dobovšek
  • Fakes and deception : examining fraud in the art market / Kenneth Polk and Duncan Chappell
  • Implication of art theft in the fine art insurance industry / Dorit Straus
  • Four art crimes and their effect on the art trade / Noah Charney
  • Trepidations of a private art collector / Judah Best
  • Defending art / Giovanni Pastore
  • Q & A with two innovative security directors / Dennis Ahern and Anthony Amore
  • Exercises in futility : the pursuit of protecting art / Stevan P. Layne
  • Security for temporary exhibitions : regular, customized, or bespoke / Dick Drent
  • The quiet crime : an introduction to the world of rare book, map, and document theft / Travis McDade
  • Unexpected and accessible : threats to university collections / John Kleberg
  • Bringing it all back home : recovery of stolen special collections materials / Richard W. Oram and Ann Hartley
  • Art theft : heralds of change in the international legal landscape / Arthur Tompkins
  • Economic woes, art theft, and money laundering : a perfect recipe / Dafydd Nelson
  • The artifacts of wartime art crime : evidence for a model of the evolving clout of cultural property in foreign affairs / Erik Nemeth
  • Afterword: Why masterpieces matter : some dogmatic reflections / John Stubbs.
Through the use of case examples and careful examination, this book presents the first interdisciplinary essay collection on the study of art crime, and its effect on all aspects of the art world. Contributors discuss art crime subcategories, including vandalism, iconoclasm, forgery, fraud, peace-time theft, war looting, archaeological looting, smuggling, submarine looting, and ransom. The contributors offer insightful analyses coupled with specific practical suggestions to implement in the future to prevent and address art crime. This work is of critical importance to anyone involved in the art world, its trade, study, and security. Art crime has received relatively little attention from those who study art to those who prosecute crimes. Indeed, the general public is not well-aware of the various forms of art crime and its impact on society at large, to say nothing of museums, history, and cultural affairs. And yet it involves a multi-billion dollar legitimate industry, with a conservatively-estimated $6 billion annual criminal profit. Information about and analysis of art crime is critical to the wide variety of fields involved in the art trade and art preservation, from museums to academia, from auction houses to galleries, from insurance to art law, from policing to security. Since the Second World War, art crime has evolved from a relatively innocuous crime, into the third highest-grossing annual criminal trade worldwide, run primarily by organized crime syndicates, and therefore funding their other enterprises, from the drug and arms trades to terrorism. It is no longer merely the art that is at stake. .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780313366369 20160527
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
892 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • General provisions regarding protection
  • Enhanced protection
  • Criminal responsibility and jurisdiction
  • The protection of cultural property in armed conflicts not of an international character
  • Institutional issues
  • Dissemination of information and international assistance
  • Execution of this protocol
  • Final clauses
  • Final act and resolution of the 1999 Hague Conference, summary report of the 1999 Hague Conference
  • International criminal law and the protection of cultural property in the event of armed conflict
  • Annexes.
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01

12. The journal of art crime [2009 - ]

v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Green Library, Law Library (Crown)
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
viii, 595 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Cultural property law
  • International trade in art and antiquities
  • Art law.
The new edition of this insightful work begins with a critical reexamination of the rival Greek and British claims to the Elgin Marbles. That case study identifies the questions that continue to dominate the growing international debate about cultural property policy and which are subsequently explored in a newly-expanded array of essays: * Why are people concerned about cultural property? * Is cultural nationalism a sound organizing principle for dealing with cultural property questions? * Or is it a relic of 19th century romanticism, kept alive by the power of Byron's poetry? * How can one rationalize cultural nationalism with the idea that works of art and antiquities are 'the cultural heritage of all mankind?' * What are alternative ways of thinking about cultural property policy and law? The work goes on to pay particular attention to the law and policy relating to cultural property export controls and the evolution and development of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention on the Return of Stolen and Illegally Exported Cultural Property. The second part of this highly-regarded book addresses a number of contemporary art law issues in essays on counterfeit art, the moral rights of artists, the artist's resale right (droit de suite), the litigation over the Mark Rothko estate, and problems of museum trustee negligence, conflict of interests, and misuse of inside information. The author, John Henry Merryman, is an Emeritus and Affiliated Professor in the Department of Art at Stanford Law School. He is a widely respected authority in the fields of international cultural property and art law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789041128751 20160528
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
260 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • The storm on the sea of Galilee : a disturbance in the courtyard
  • Chez Tortoni : the art detective
  • A lady and gentlemen in black : it was a passion
  • The concert : the picture habit
  • Cortege aux environs de Florence : the art of the theft
  • Landscape with an obelisk : something that big
  • Ku : unfinished business
  • Three mounted jockeys : infiltrate and infatuate
  • Self-portrait : I was the one
  • Program for an artistic soiree : any news on your side
  • Program for an artistic soiree II : where's Whitey?
  • La sortie de pesage : put my picture on the cover
  • Finial : like a spiderweb.
Art detective Harold Smith worked on the theft for years, and after his death, reporter Ulrich Boser inherited his case files. Traveling deep into the art underworld, Boser explores Smith's unfinished leads and comes across a remarkable cast of characters, including the brilliant rock 'n' roll art thief; the golden-boy gangster who professes his innocence in rhyming verse; the deadly mobster James 'Whitey' Bulger; and, the Boston heiress Isabella Stewart Gardner, who stipulated in her will that nothing should ever be changed in her museum, a provision followed so closely that the empty frames of the stolen works still hang on the walls. Boser eventually cracks one of the biggest mysteries of the case and uncovers the identities of the men who robbed the museum nearly two decades ago.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780061451836 20160528
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
1 videodisc (117 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Imagine the world without our masterpieces. Interviews with eyewitnesses and historians and newsreel footage show how heroic Europeans, Russians, and Americans worked to save the art of Europe during World War II.
Media & Microtext Center
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
3 videodiscs : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Disc I. Introduction / Harry Ettlinger (7 min.) ; The rape of Europa (117 min.) ; The Charlie Rose show / interviews with Lynn Nicholas and Robert M. Edsel (13 min.)
  • Disc II. The villains ; The heroes ; The victims ; Preparations ; Theft and destruction ; Finding, returning, and rebuilding
  • Disc III. The former Soviet Union : a special case ; Altmann v. Republic of Austria ; What is art : who owns it? ; Learning from the past ; Masterpieces and museums.
"World War II was not just the most destructive conflict in humanity -- it was also the greatest theft in history: lives, families, communities, property, culture and heritage were all stolen. The rape of Europa Collector's Edition includes the award-winning documentary film, The rape of Europa ... It also features interviews with key figures including the Monuments Men and other war heroes, victims of the Nazis' thefts, and prominent cultural figures."--Container.
Media & Microtext Center
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xxix, 1,324 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Since its first edition in 1979, "Law, Ethics and the Visual Arts" established itself as the leading art law text among law professors, students, and practitioners. This new and newly illustrated, fifth edition, revised in collaboration with Stephen K. Urice, incorporates recent changes in treaty, statutory, and case law. It includes discussion of recent developments from the resurgence of iconoclasm to military conflicts' depredations on cultural property. As in earlier editions, the authors present legal issues in their historical contexts. The broad range of topics addressed in the 5th edition, makes the text especially adaptable for use in multiple classroom settings. These topics include: U.S. museums' return of works of art and antiquities to claimants such as Holocaust survivors and foreign nations; Artist's rights such as copyright and moral rights International movement of art and antiquities; Fakes and forgeries in the art market; The inner workings of art auctions; Plundering and destruction of works of art in times of war and military conflict; Censorship of obscene or politically challenging works of art; and, many more. In this edition, documents previously presented in a separate documentary appendix have been integrated into the text to provide immediate access to important treaties and other materials. Whether you need to understand something as provocative as who owns the past, or something as mundane as whether a museum can sell a work of art to fix the roof, "Law, Ethics and the Visual Arts" provides the information you need. It combines unassailable scholarship with a deeply humanistic approach, recognizing that law and art each 'impose a measure of order on the disorder of experience without stifling the underlying diversity, spontaneity, and disarray'. (Paul Freund).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789041125170 20160528
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xviii, 374 p. ; 24 cm.
"Holocaust Restitution" is the first volume to present the Holocaust restitution movement directly from the viewpoints of the various parties involved in the campaigns and settlements. Now that the Holocaust restitution claims are closed, this work enjoys the benefits of hindsight to provide a definitive assessment of the movement. From lawyers and state department officials to survivors and heads of key institutes involved in the negotiations, the volume brings together the central players in the Holocaust restitution movement, both pro and con. The volume examines the claims against European banks and against Germany and Austria relating to forced labor, insurance claims, and looted art claims. It considers their significance, their legacy, and the moral issues involved in seeking and receiving restitution. Contributors include Michael Berenbaum, Judge Thomas Buergenthal, Stuart E. Eizenstat, Eric Freedman and Richard Weisberg, Peter Hayes, Kai Hennig, Judge Edward R. Korman, Burt Neuborne, and Melvyn I. Weiss.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780814799437 20160528
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
x, 267 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword John O. Haley-- Introduction John Henry Merryman-- 1. View from the universal museum James Cuno-- 2. From global pillage to pillars of collaboration Talat Halman-- 3. Museums as centres of cultural understanding Willard L. Boyd-- 4. The Parthenon and the Elgin Marbles William St. Clair-- 5. Whither the Elgin Marbles? John Henry Merryman-- 6. The beautiful one has come - to return: the return of the bust of Nefertiti from Berlin to Cairo Kurt Siehr-- 7. The beautiful one has come - to stay Stephen Urice-- 8. NAGPRA from the middle distance: reflections on a tangled web of institutional process and intercultural justice Michael F. Brown-- 9. Finders and keepers and deep American history: some lessons in dispute resolution David Hurst Thomas.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521859295 20160528
The issue of returning art and cultural property removed from explored or conquered lands by Americans and Europeans is an unresolved problem. This book is about the return, or not, of works of art and antiquity taken during the Age of Imperialism and now held in museums and private collections. Arguments put forth by the states seeking return or restitution for lost art treasures and meaningful cultural icons are pitted against conservator interests who maintain that these art treasures and cultural artefacts belong to all humanity and should be preserved in museums. In this volume, scholars and authorities on art, cultural property law and museum collections offer contrasting views on topics such as the Elgin Marbles, the return of the Nefertiti Bust and the problems and progress of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521859295 20160528
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01
xvi, 302 p. : chiefly ill. (some col.), maps ; 28 cm.
Rescuing Davinci uses 460 photographs to tell the "untold story of the "Monuments Men" and their discovery of more than 1,000 repositories filled with millions of items including paintings, sculpture, furniture, archives, and other treasures stolen during WWII by Adolph Hitler and the Nazis. The book includes photoraphs of Hitler designing the Fuhrer Museum, along with photographs of the extraordinary measures taken by museum officials in Europe to protect their masterpieces from the Nazis' planned looting. Ultimately, Hitler and the Nazis' unprecendented theft of Europe gave way to the greatest treasure hunt in history, the search for art and other treasures valued at more than a trillion dollars! The Allies created a special force known as Monuments, Fine Art, and Archives Section comprised of museum directors, curators and art historians - men and women from more than 15 nations - who spent more than six years locating, rescuing, and then returning these treasures to the countries from which they were stolen. Efforts to locate and return missing artwork continue to this day.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780977433490 20160527
Green Library
GLOBAL-190-01, GLOBAL-390-01, JEWISHST-130-01, JEWISHST-330-01, PUBLPOL-191-01, PUBLPOL-391-01