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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-391

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xlix Professor Bullough took part in weekend school at Theydon Bois for the Extra-Mural Department of the University on Shake- speare's Histories and gave four lectures on 'Contemporary English Poetry' at the Summer School of English held in Goldsmiths' College Professor Kane gave two lectures in October on Piers Plowman as part of an inter-collegiate course on Middle English alliterative poetry Before retiring as Public Orator of the University on the completion of his term of office he delivered his last charges at the Foundation Day Ceremony in the Senate House on November 28th In February he addressed the Beaconsfield Historical Society on Old Middle and New English' Dr Sheard gave course of lectures on Development of Language at Goldsmiths' College In June he conducted training course for examiners at Fourah Bay College Sierra Leone for the West African Examinations Council He lectured at the Summer School of English in August In the series ofinter-collegiate lectures on Shakespeare's Language Dr Sheard lectured on 'Shakespeare and learned vocabulary' Mr Hill on 'Rhetoric as dramatic language' and Mr Waldron on 'Dramatic and poetic registers' Mr Waldron also gave an inter- collegiate lecture on Winner and Waster and The Parliament of the Three Ages' Mr Yarker gave three lectures on Tennyson and Browning to the London University Summer School in 'Victorian Literature' Mr Ε Mottram inaugurated graduate courses on Self and community in America from 1609 to the present day' at the newly- founded Institute of United States Studies He lectured on contempor- ary American literature at Royal Holloway College and at the univer- sities of Sussex and Warwick In the Lent term Mr Vernon gave two inter-collegiate lectures on Restoration comedy During year's absence on leave in the Mr Crow taught at the University of Pittsburgh gave numerous lectures in other institutions and worked in the Huntington Library California His decision to resign his Readership and to remain in the States has been regretted by many in the College and elsewhere for during his twenty-two years among us he has been celebrated not only as an excellent tutor and teacher of Bibliography Elizabethan Drama and Classical Background but as generous scholar whose wide erudition is always at the service of his colleagues We shall miss his Johnsonian
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