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Annual Report of the Delegacy Ixiii Professor Sharrock introduced the Sixth Form Conference on English Studies held by the English Association in King's College in January 1974 He lectured to conference of extra-mural tutors at the Extra-Mural Centre in Tavistock Square and to American students of Fairleigh Dickinson University at Wroxton College Oxfordshire In April he visited the Lebanese University in Beirut and the University of Damascus giving lectures and addressing the Third Conference of University Teachers of English of the Arab World on new curricula in English He was appointed Chairman of the Management Committee of the World Centre for Shakespeare Studies He also collaborated with group of King's postgraduates in producing fdm about Wordsworth's Tintem Abbey which was shown on the BBC pro- gramme 'Open Door' Mr Ε Mottram lectured at Southampton University on Scott Fitzgerald at Keele University on 'Myths of men and guns in America' at the Poetry Society on' Open field poetry' and on' Melville and the law' at the International Melville Conference at the Centre Culturel Amhicain in Paris and at the United States Embassy in London In the Lent term he was Visiting Professor at Kent State University in Ohio He organised and spoke at the second Modern American Poetry Conference at the Polytechnic of Central London and helped to organise and read poetry at the Modern British Poetry Conference there He lectured and read poetry at the Polytechnics of Middlesex Hornsey School of Art Newcastle and Harlow He read poetry on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Writers' Forum and at the London Neruda Memorial Reading He was External Examiner in American Literature at Manchester and Keele universities Mr Waldron received the title of Reader in English Language and Literature He lectured on 'The alliterative revival' in the Uni- versities of Cambridge and Leeds and on 'Current English Usage' to the summer schools of the Educational Exchange Council Mr Hill was elected to the Council of the Malone Society He gave an intercollegiate lecture on 'Philip Massinger fair virtue for our guide not pleasure' Mr Yarker gave two lectures in course on 'Romanticism' at the Courtauld Institute and two lectures in course organised jointly by the University and the Byron Society to commemorate Byron's bicentenary Mrs Leonee Ormond lectured on 'Malory and the Victorians' to the Birmingham University Victorian Studies Group and on 'Painting in
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