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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1975-1976-442

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lxx Annual Report of the Delegacy Classical Association at Exeter to the Institute of Classical Studies to the Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy at Cambridge and to the Aristotelian Society in London He has also been supervising doctoral candidate for Oxford University Professor Winch read papers to Philosophical Societies at the Universities of Leeds and Warwick and to an international conference on the thought of Simone Weil held at the Centre Culturel Inter- nationale at Cerissy-la-Salle in Normandy Two residential courses were held at Rogate Field Centre with Mr Hinton of Worcester College Oxford and Mr Burnyeat of University College London as visiting speakers The department was responsible for arranging three Special Uni- versity Lectures on ancient philosophy delivered at King's College by Professor Jaako Hintikka of the Finnish Academy and lecture on memory by Professor Norman Malcolm of Cornell University delivered at King's College under the joint auspices of the College and the Royal Institute of Philosophy DEPARTMENT OF PORTUGUESE AND BRAZILIAN STUDIES Number of Students Research Honours Combined Studies Subsidiary MILARS 33 MILARS II-III 31 Occasional Departmental Notes Public Lecture on Contemporary Portuguese Art was delivered in the Lent Term by Professor Helmut Wohl Chairman of the Fine Arts Department of Boston University Professor Luciana Stegagno Picchio Head of the Institute of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies of the University of Rome delivered three Special University Lectures in Portuguese in April and May During the summer Professor Stephen Reckert was appointed to Chair of Portuguese and Brazilian Poetry in the New University of Lisbon tenable for one term year beginning in Lent Term 1975
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