Rare Books Blog

October 2, 2016

Those who cannot visit the Law Library to view our colorful new exhibit, “Representing the Law in the Most Serene Republic: Images of Authority from Renaissance Venice,” now have two options for viewing the exhibit online.

The exhibition catalogue has been published as a PDF document in the Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository. The catalogue includes a brief bibliography of suggested readings.

In addition, an album on the Rare Book Collection’s Flickr site presents a slightly abbreviated version of the exhibit.

Christopher Platts and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many colleagues who helped make this exhibit possible. – MIKE WIDENER, Rare Book Librarian

Farley P. Katz

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Moira Fitzgerald, Access Services

Anna Franz, Access Services

Kathryn James, Early Modern Collections

Anne Marie Menta, Public Services

John Monohan, Public Services

History of Art, Harvard University

Charlotte Gray

History of Art, Yale Univesity

Jakub Koguciuk

Yale Law School

Jan Conroy, Public Affairs

Shana Jackson, Law Library

Emma Molina Widener, Law Library

Yale University Art Gallery

Lynne Addison, Registrar’s Office

Suzanne Boorsch, Prints & Drawings

Diana Brownell, Prints & Drawings

Theresa Fairbanks-Harris, Conservation

Suzanne Greenawalt, Prints and Drawings

Laurence Kanter, European Art

Nancy Macgregor, Registrar’s Office

Rachel Mihalko, Registrar’s Office

Jane Miller, Coins and Medals

Heather Nolin, Exhibitions

Christopher Sleboda, Graphic Design

David Whaples, Digital Media

Yale University Library

Tara Kennedy, Preservation

Amanda Patrick, Communications

Image: Constitutio pro Consiliariis Reipublicas Venetiarum (1568). Rare Book Collection, Yale Law Library.


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