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ANNUAL REPORT XXXV Sir Thomas More by Reed Lit Reader in English Desiderius Erasmus by Thomson Professor of Classics Martin Luther by Allen Professor of History at Bedford College John Calvin by the Rev Matthews Dean of King's College This course of lectures was published during the session by Messrs Harrap and Company under the editorship of Professor Hearnshaw and with preface by the Principal In the School of Slavonic Studies Sir Bernard Pares gave course of nine lectures on Contemporary Russia from 1861 Professor Seton-Watson gave course of ten lectures on Austria-Hungary 1867-1918 Baron Meyendorff gave two lectures on The Theoretical Interpretation of Marxism in Russia and Marxism Applied" Prince Svyatopolk Mirsky gave nine lectures on The Russian Novel from Turgenev to Chekhov and Dr Otakar Vocadlo gave four lectures on Three Champions of Bohemian Reformation In the Department of English Dr Scripture gave four lectures on What the Voice looks like Researches on Speech and Song "Prose and Verse analysed by the Newer Methods and the Psycho- analysis of the Poet and three advanced lectures arranged by the University were delivered by Professor Β Ο Eckwall of Sweden on English Place Names In the Department of Spanish Studies Senor Oscar Victor Salomon Consul-General for Peru delivered two lectures on Peru Old and New In the Department of Portuguese Professor Edgar Prestage gave lecture on Luis de Camoes his Life and Lusiads In the Department of Roumanian Beza gave two lectures on Pagan Remnants in Roumanian Folklore Professor Dearmer gave ten lectures on Summary of Ancient Art In the Department of Theology course of advanced lectures arranged by the University on Miracle and its Philosophical Presuppositions was given by the Rev Dr Tennant In the Department of Philosophy Professor Wildon Carr gave six lectures on The Philosophy of Bergson its Relation to Past Systems and to Present Science Miss Hilda Oakeley gave three lectures on The Philosophy of the Absolute in English Thought" and Mr Michael Kaye gave two lectures on Bradley the Passage to the Absolute and The Absolute and Human Personality In the Department of Psychology Dr Aveling gave four lectures entitled Introduction to Psychology In the Faculty of Science six public lectures were given on Scien- tific Method by different lecturers In the Department of Histology Dr da Fano gave eight lectures on The Histology of the Nervous System In the Department of Engineering course of special advanced lectures was given on Recent Developments in High-speed Internal Combustion Engines by Mr Ricardo
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