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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-331

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xxxvi Annual Report Higher Degree Mrs Vera Colin 'The influence of Tolstoy 011 Galdos Departmental Notes Professor Parker whose appointment to the Chair of Hispanic Studies at the University of Edinburgh is recorded in lectured at one of the plenary sessions of the first International Congress of His- panic Studies which was held at Oxford his subject was 'Metafora simbolo en la interpretacion de Calderon He delivered at the Uni- versity of Bristol Lope de Vega Centenary Lecture entitled 'Lope de Vega after three centuries which was later repeated at the Instituto de Espana in London He gave University Lecture at Trinity College Dublin on 'The Picaresque Novel Spain France and England and lecture to the Spanish Department of Edinburgh University on The staging of Spanish plays in the seventeenth century Professor Parker also lectured to the Romanisches Seminar of the University of Mar- burg on 'Father and son psychological conflict in the drama of Calderon Professor Parker and Mr Sage each gave course of twenty lectures at Queen Mary College during the session Mr Sage read paper on 'Fashionable song in the seventeenth-century theatre' to the annual conference of the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland which was held at St Andrews In the Lent term students of the department gave three public per- formanccs of El hurlador de Sevilla by Tirso dc Molina department of war studies There were four postgraduate students and one studying for the General degree in the department Professor ╬ť Howard attended the Jablonna Anglo-Polish Con- fcrcncc at Warsaw in January 1963 In May 1963 he delivered three public lectures on 'The First World War' under the auspices of the Department of History at King's College Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the University of Durham Dr Goldberg of the United States Air Force Historical Divi- sion spent the session in the department as an honorary visiting lecturer
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