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VINOGRADOFF, Paul Gavrilovitch (1854 - 1925), Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence, Oxford University, since 1903; Member of International Academy of Comparative Law, Geneva; Acting President of Union of Academies, Brussels, 1925

ROGG, Lionel (born 1936), organist and composer; Professor of Organ and Improvisation, Geneva Conservatoire de Musique, 1961–2002; Professor of Improvisation, Royal Academy of Music, 2004–09

Editorial. Centennial of the 1899 Hague Peace Conference and 1899 Hague Convention on the Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes - 1999 Geneva Academy of International Economic Law and Dispute Settlement

POWER, D’Arcy (1855 - 1941), Consulting Surgeon and Archivist to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Hunterian Trustee Royal College of Surgeons of England; Hon. Librarian Royal College of Surgeons of England; Foreign Corresponding Member of Academy of Medicine, Paris; Hon. Fellow of American Surgical Association, and of Medical and Chirurgical Society of Buda-Pesth; Hon. Fellow Interstate Postgraduate Medical Association of North America; Corresponding Member of the Dutch Association for the History of Medicine, Physics and Mathematics; President of the Bibliographical Society, 1926–28; The Samuel Pepys Club, 1925–28; President of the Section of Comparative Medicine, Royal Society of Medicine, 1926–28; President of the Section of Surgery, the British Medical Association, 1926–27; President d’honneur at Geneva Congress of International Society of the History of Medicine and of Société Internationale de Chirurgie, 1940; Visiting Lecturer at the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1930–31; a Manager of the Metropolitan Asylums Board (Min. H), 1922–27; Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC (T)

 

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In June 1559, with John Calvin's encouragement, the government of Geneva reorganized its educational system by founding a school that documents in Latin called an academia and French documents a ...

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