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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-435

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ANNUAL REPORT xxxi on "Conflict of Religions in the Roman Empire The lecturers and the subjects of the course were as follows Dr Ernest Barker on Emperor Worship and the State Religion 'י the Rev Canon Box on Judaism and Oriental Religions and Mr Edwyn Bevan on Hellenism its Religion and Philosophy Professor Percy Dearmer delivered ten lectures on Seventeenth-century Art In the Depart- ment of Philosophy Professor Wildon Carr Lit delivered four lectures on The Hegelian Philosophy and the Economics of Karl Marx Mr Ε Joad delivered three lectures on The Philosophical Background of Music and Poetry" and Miss Hilda Oakeley delivered three lectures on The Roots of Early Greek Philosophy Under the auspices of the Shakespeare Association Professor Ernest Bernbaum gave lecture on Shakespeare and the Historical Novel and Professor Charlton gave lecture on The Dark Comedies course of twelve Swiney lectures on Geology under the patronage of the Trustees of the British Museum was delivered by Professor Gordon on Gem Minerals and their uses in Art and Industry Inaugural lectures were delivered in the Department of Physiology by Professor McDowall Ch Sc on The Position of Physiology in Science and Medicine and in the Department of Classics by Professor Thomson on The Function of Scholarship In the Department of Engineering course of three special advanced lectures on Reservoir Construction was delivered by Mr Rad- cliffe Barnett Inst and course of three advanced lectures on Metallic Crystals and their Properties by Mr Carpenter Ph Lent Term 1924 -A course of eleven lectures was arranged in con- junction with the School of Economics on The History and the Present Position of the British Commonwealth the first five of which were given at the School of Economics during this term and the remainder at King's College during the Easter Term The main course of lectures at King's College during this term was course of eight lectures in the Department of History on The Artistic Background of Mediaeval History The subjects of the lectures and names of the lecturers were as follows The Place of Art in the Study of Mediasval History by Peers Inspector of Ancient Monuments Mediaeval Industries and Social Life by Salzman Textiles by Kendrick Keeper of the Depart- ment of Textiles Victoria and Albert Museum The Parish Church by Philip Johnston Old Timber Houses by Aymer Vallance Glass and Pottery by Rackham Keeper of the Department of Ceramics Victoria and Albert Museum
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