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xcviii Annual Report of the Delegacy III PUBLIC LECTURES Michaelmas term 1966 Public Lectures and Seminars during this term were as follows Faculty of Arts Godos espanoles En torno al "goticisimo" espanol en la literatura espanola' seminar in the Spanish department by Professor Carlos Claveria Έ1 manierismo de Perez de Hita' by Professor Moreno Baez Department of German 'Fact and fiction in Heroic Literature some names in the Nihelungenlied an inaugural lecture by Professor King Faculty of Laws 'Defamation since the Porter Report' Special University Lecture by Professor Heuston 'Freedcum of con- tract and freedom of competition' and inaugural lecture in the Chair of English Law by Professor Guest Department of Physiology 'The neuronal circuits of the cerebellar cortex' the Halliburton Lecture 1966 by Sir John Eccles Faculty of Theology 'Humilitas in Pascal and Augustine' Special University Lecture in Theology by Professor Bakhuizen van den Brink 'Recovering the theological initiative beyond religious lan- guage' Special University Lecture in Theology by Professor Ferre 'The Hidden Christ of Hinduism' by the Reverend Dr Panniker In addition the Charles Ryder Smith Memorial Lecture was given in conjunction with Richmond College by the Reverend Whale on 'What has Athens to do with Jerusalem and five Scott Holland Memorial Lectures were given by the Reverend Canon Bryan Bentley on The Church Morality and the Law' lent term 1967 Public Lectures and Seminars during this term were as follows Faculty of Arts El humanismo espanol el descubrimiento de America Pedro Martir Calvete de Estrella historiadores de Indias' by Don Jose Lopez de Toro Έ1 '98 la naturaleza mitos evasiones' by Professor Carlos Blanco Department of English 'Gawain and Adonis Venus and the Lady of Hautdesert Two problems of tone in poetry' an inaugural lecture in
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