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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-417

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxxv DEPARTMENT OF NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES Higher Degree Th External Davis 'The theological import of the pre- positions άντί and v7rep in the Greek New Testament Departmental Notes The Reverend Professor Evans delivered on behalf of the Board of Studies three open lectures in theology at Royal Holloway College he also delivered four open lectures in theology at the University of Kent at Canterbury read paper to the Manson Society Manchester and lectured at the City Literary Institute Dr Morna Hooker read papers to the Origen Society Oxford and to the Lightfoot Society Durham The Reverend Hickling gave extra-mural lectures to the Community at East Grinstead and in the Walthamstow Deanery DEPARTMENT OF OLD TESTAMENT STUDIES The Reverend Professor Ackroyd was on leave-of-absence during the Lent and Summer terms and was Visiting Professor at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago During four-month visit to the United States and Canada he lectured and conducted seminars in number of universities and theological seminaries including Union Seminary Yale Harvard McGill University Montreal and Victoria College Toronto He lectured in Guildford Cathedral in October 1966 on "What can we believe about Jesus-after the Dead Sea Scrolls' and read paper to the Society of Old Testament Study in January on The nature of the Jeremiah tradition' FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT OF BIOPHYSICS Higher Degrees Ph Cavalier-Smith Organelle development in Chlamydo- monas reinhardii Ph Draper Queen Elizabeth College and King's College X-ray diffraction studies of bacterial flagella and bacteria cell walls and some general calculations on X-ray scattering by rods and sheets
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