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The Leadership Library Database includes a collection of print “yellow books” published by Leadership Directories. This database is an excellent resource for finding contact information for prospective employees including U.S federal, state and local government officials. Detailed information is available about the leadership at non-profits, lobbying firms, PACs and other political organizations. Each directory include email contacts and is updated regularly. Leadership Directories is linked from HOLLIS and is also available at http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.eresource:LeadershipLibrary
- Congressional yellow book,
- Federal yellow book,
- State yellow book,
- Municipal yellow book,
- Judicial yellow book,
- Associations yellow book,
- Law firms yellow book,
- Government affairs yellow book
- Foreign representatives yellow book
- Nonprofit sector yellow book
- Corporate yellow book
- Financial yellow book
- News media yellow book
The HKS Library’s DVD collection includes award-winning documentaries and movies for your entertainment. Our films have themes of interest to the HKS community. Topics include human rights, the environment, international relations, global/national political leaders, elections/politics, criminal justice, journalism and international relations. We have a number of foreign language films.
Our most recent DVD purchases are listed at http://www.hks.harvard.edu/library/about/dvd-collection.htm
Our DVD collection is located on shelf next to the HKS Library circulation desk. Movie titles are organized alphabetically. You can also search for movies by conducting an advanced search in HOLLIS and limiting the genre to film and the location to the Kennedy School of Government. Our standard loan period is three days. However, if you check out a movie on December 21, 2012, you can return the movie on January 2, 2013.
From October 22 through October 28, Harvard University is joining hundreds of other institutions of higher learning to celebrate Open Access Week, a global event for the promotion of free, immediate online access to scholarly research. Read more…
The HKS Library now provides access to the Representation. Access to this peer-reviewed journal is available from 1960 to the present.
From the Publisher:
Representation – the journal of representative democracy – has the following aims:-
- To continue to publish cutting edge articles about the study of elections and voting systems throughout the world.
- To encourage debate on democrat practices around the world.
- To critically explore the interface between democratic practice and theory.
- To produce special issues devoted to questions of democracy and representation; whether they be in a single- country or region, or across a wider subject such as representation of minorities.
- To attract an audience of academics and students, journalists, election practitioners and all those interested in the nature of representative democracy including informed lay readers.
Our Research Office is now staffed Monday-Friday from 9-10am and from 3-5pm. Please stop by with any research questions. The Research Office is located in room G-16. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Tax Analysts Web Services provides federal, state, and international tax news and analysis as well as administrative documents, court opinions, and news archives by country.
Please e-mail email@example.com if you have any comments or questions.
Starting this month GPOAccess will become strictly an archive of government publications with no new content being added. New publications, as well as older items, are now at GPO’s FDsys (Federal Digital System). Go to http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/ to find a specific publication or to browse collections.
Starting March 1, 2011 hold requests at all Harvard Libraries will be held for 7 days instead of 10 days. This change will allow books to circulate more freely.
A Research Librarian will be available to provide assistance in The Study, February 22-25 from 10-noon. E-mail Keely Wilczek for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.