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ANNUAL BEPORT xxxvii Church Past and Present In the Department of Spanish Studies Dr Pastor gave four lectures on Spanish Saints and Heretics In the Department of Portuguese and History Professor Prestage gave lecture on Vasco da Gama and the Discovery of the Sea Route to India In the Department of Roumanian Mr Wickham Steed gave an inaugural lecture on The Power of Historical Memory In the Faculty of Arts Professor Dearmer gave ten lectures on Byzantine Art and the Development of the First Six Centuries of the Russian Church and three lectures were given on The Civil- isation of China by Lieut -Commander Elwell-Sutton Professor Soothill and Dr Bruce In the Department of Philosophy six public lectures were delivered by various lecturers on The Philosophy of Religion In the Department of Physics an inaugural lecture was delivered by Professor Ε Appleton on The Role of the Atmosphere in Wireless Telegraphy י In the Department of Mathematics an inaugural lecture was given by Professor Jollifie on English Mathematics before Newton י In the Department of Engineering two courses of advanced lectures were given one on Aqueduct and Filter Con- struction by Mr Ratcliffe Barnett Inst and one on Electrical Switchgear by Mr Clothier Inst The Swiney Lectures on Geology were delivered in the College by Professor Gordon under the auspices of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum The subject was The Geological History of Plants Easter Term 1925 -The main course of lectures during this term was one of five lectures in the Department of Roumanian on Central Europe Roumania and the Near East by Mr Wickham Steed Lecturer in Central European History An inaugural lecture was delivered by Mr Ifor Evans Lecturer in the Economic History of Central Europe on Economic Aspects of the Eastern Question in the Nineteenth Century In the Department of Classics four lectures were delivered the subjects and lecturers were as follows The Conflict of Hebraism and Hellenism by the Rev Canon Box Greek Views of the Beginning and End of the World by Mr Edwyn Bevan LL Agamemnon by Professor Thomson Great Macedonian Women by Professor Grace Macurdy of Vassar College In the School of Slavonic Studies Professor Roman Dyboski gave eight lectures on The New Poland Dr Dragutin Subotic gave three lectures on Serbian Traditional Folk Poetry in English Liter- ature at the Institute of Historical Research and lecture by Mr Young was also delivered at the Institute on The History of the Bohemian Brethren Unitas Fratum and their Influence p2
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