|Author:||Hanna Herzog,Sidney Verba|
|Title:||Contest of Symbols: The Sociology of Election Campaigns through Israeli Ephemera (Judaica Division of Harvard College Library)|
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|Publisher:||Judaica Division of the Harvard College Library (March 31, 2005)|
Contest of Symbols book. This book is a sociological study of election campaigns in Israel through analysis of election ephemera from the ninth, tenth and eleventh Knessets (1977-1984). Paperback, 196 pages. Published June 15th 2005 by Judaica Division of the Harvard College Library (first published October 1987). Contest of Symbols: The Sociology of Election Campaigns through Israeli Ephemera (Judaica Division of Harvard College Library). 067401796X (ISBN13: 9780674017962).
Sidney Verba (May 26, 1932 – March 4, 2019) was an American political scientist, librarian and library administrator. His academic interests were mainly American and comparative politics. He was the Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University and also served Harvard as the director of the Harvard University Library from 1984 to 2007. 2005 - Contest of Symbols: The Sociology of Election Campaigns through Israeli Ephemera by Hanna Herzog (Foreword by Sidney Verba). Cambridge: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-01796-2 (paper).
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Harvard President Derek Bok named Verba to be director of Harvard University Library in 1984; and when news of Verba's retirement was received in Massachusetts Hall, Bok observed: "Professor Verba has led the Harvard libraries during one of their most transformative periods in University's history. When I appointed him more than 20 years ago, we were only beginning to realize what the revolution in information technology would mean.
Judaica Collection, Widener Library. Some 11,400 books and pamphlets in the public domain from the Judaica Collection (chiefly in Hebrew, Yiddish, German and Russian) have been digitized. The single largest component of the digitized Judaica Ephemera Collection - some 250,000 items - consists of posters and broadsides published in Israel over the past 100 years. They document politics, theater, music, dance, art, religion, and commerce. Judaica Collection, Widener Library. photographs documenting Israeli theatrical, dance and music performances (from the archives of photographers including Gerard Allon, Gadi Dagon, Eyal Landesman, and Yossi Zwecker). and Israeli art (from the Center for Jewish Art Archive at the Hebrew University, the Israel Museum, and the Israel Cartoon Museum).
Verba was ultimately responsible for Harvard ' s participation in the Google Books Library Project, "BostonGlobe. Friends and colleagues of Sidney Verba have established a $ 2. 5 million endowment fundin his honor 10 - ISBN 0 - 674 - 94292 - 2 ; 13 - ISBN 978 - 0 - 674 - 94292 - 9 ( cloth ) 10 - ISBN 0 - 674 - 94293 - 0 ; 13 - ISBN 978 - 0 - 674 - 94293 - 6 ( paper ) 2005 - " Contest of Symbols: The Sociology of Election Campaigns through Israeli Ephemera " by Hanna Herzog ( Foreword by Sidney Verba ).
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