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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-441

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xax the Chair of English and Medieval Literature by Professor George Kane Department of French Two seminars by Professor Sonnenfeld Baudelaire's La Chevalure' and The Catholic novel comparative approach' Department of Biophysics Studies on the morphopoiesis of the head of bacteriophage T4' Special University Lecture by Professor Edward Kellenberger Department of Mathematics What is applied mathematics and what should it be an inaugural lecture in Chair of Mathematics by Professor Kilmister Department of Pharmacology Alcohol its effects and metabolism' by Mr Wartburg the Dent Memorial Lecture given in conjunction with the Society for the Study of Addiction Department of Spanish 'Sermons and "Literature" in Golden Age Spain some affinities' seminar by Professor Whitby Faculty of Theology Collegiality and its different forms in the Roman Catholic Church' Special University Lecture by Pere Louis Bouyer 'Eschatology and Metaphysics' Special University Lecture by the Right Reverend Dom Butler 'Truth and falsity in religious beliefs' by Professor Mackinnon Special University Lecture in Religious Studies In addition Dr William Beattie gave lecture entitled 'Early English and Scottish books contrasts and comparisons' in connection with National Library Week easter term 1967 Public Lectures and Seminars during this term were as follows Department of Biophysics 'The structure of muscles' an inaugural lecture in the Chair of Biology by Professor Jean Hanson Faculty of Laws The codification of private international law' Special University Lecture in Laws by Professor Fritz Schwind Faculty of Medical Science Structure and function of smooth muscle and its innervation' by Professor Burnstock Department of Palaeography Three Special University Lectures by Dr Wright Cursive in Ireland' Uncial in England' and 'From calligraphy to illumination
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