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Oxford University Gazette, 2 October 2008: Lectures

Inaugural Lectures

Professor of Microbiology

PROFESSOR STEPHEN BELL will deliver his inaugural lecture at 5 p.m. Tuesday, 21 October, in the Examination Schools.

Subject: 'The evolution of DNA replication.'


Sibthorpian Professor of Plant Science

PROFESSOR NICHOLAS HARBERD will deliver his inaugural lecture at 5 p.m. on Friday, 31 October, in the Examination Schools.

Subject: 'Plant biology from the Flora Graeca to the genome era.'


Professor of Russian

PROFESSOR ANDREI ZORIN will deliver his Inaugural Lecture at 5 p.m. on Thursday, 6 November, in Room 2, the Taylor Institution.

Subject: 'Tolstoy and his creation of historical continuity.'


Professor of the History of Art

PROFESSOR CRAIG CLUNAS will deliver his inaugural lecture at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 12 November, in the Lecture Theatre, the University Museum of Natural History.

Subject: 'Putting China in its place in the history of art.'

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Harmsworth Inaugural Lecture

PROFESSOR PETER ONUF, University of Virginia, Harmsworth Professor of American History 2008–9, will deliver the Harmsworth Lecture at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 11 November, in the Examination Schools.

Subject: 'Thomas Jefferson and the origins of American democracy.'

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Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre

KEVIN SPACEY will deliver his inaugural lecture at 5 p.m. on Monday, 13 October, in the Bernard Sunley Theatre, St Catherine's College. Tickets are required for admission: to apply, telephone Oxford (2)71762.

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Dorothy Rowe Memorial Lecture

PROFESSOR DEBORAH HOWARD, Cambridge, will lecture at 5 p.m. on Friday, 24 October, in the Magdalen College Auditorium (entry through Longwall). Admission is free.

Subject: 'Sound and space in Renaissance Venice.'

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Classics

Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama

DAVID BEARD, Cardiff, will lecture at 2.15 p.m. on Monday, 27 October, in the Lecture Theatre, Classics Centre, 66 St Giles'. All welcome.

Subject: ' "Incidental Music"? Settings of Greek tragedy by Judith Weir and Harrison Birtwistle.'

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History

Special Faculty Lecture

PROFESSOR RONNIE HSIA, Pennsylvania State, will lecture at 5 p.m. on Monday, 20 October, in the Examination Schools.

Subject: 'Elective affinities: the Jesuits and China in the early modern world.'

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Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences

John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science series

The following lectures will be given at 2.30 p.m. on Thursdays in the Denys Wilkinson Building, Keble Road.

Further details can be found at www.adams-institute.ac.uk/lecture_series.php.

DR YOSHITAKA KUNO, Osaka
9 Oct.: 'Search for lepton-flavour-violating muon to electron conversion at J-PARC and development of highly intense muon sources.'

DR SUSAN SMITH, ASTeC
6 Nov.: 'ALICE, Accelerator and Lasers In Combined Experiment.'

DR CARLO BENEDETTI, INFN Bologna
20 Nov.: 'PIC Code.' (Provisional title)

DR GERO KUBE, DESY
4 Dec.: 'Synchrotron radiation-based profile measurements.'


Department of Plant Sciences

The following research talks will be given at 4 p.m. on Thursdays in the Large Lecture Theatre, Department of Plant Sciences. Convener: Professor Nicholas Harberd.

PROFESSOR DAVID BAULCOMBE, Cambridge
16 Oct.: 'Imprinted expression of small silencing RNA in plants.'

PROFESSOR RICHARD MOTT
23 Oct.: 'Quantitative trait analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana using heterogeneous recombinant inbred lines.'

DR ANDREAS MEYER, Heidelberg
30 Oct.: 'Glutathione metabolism and cellular redox homeostasis in plants.'

PROFESSOR RENS VOESENEK, Utrecht
6 Nov.: 'Ethylene-induced shoot elongation: regulation of an escape strategy.'

PROFESSOR THORSTEN HAMANN, Imperial College, London
13 Nov.: 'Genomics-based analysis of cell wall signalling processes.'

PROFESSOR JIM BEYNON, Warwick
20 Nov.: 'Genetic warfare between plants and their pathogens leads to weapons proliferation.'

DR KIRSTEN BOMBLIES, Tübingen
27 Nov.: 'Friends and enemies within–genetic incompatibility in Arabidopsis thaliana.'

PROFESSOR NICHOLAS TALBOT, University of Exeter
4 Dec.: 'Investigating the biology of plant infection by the rice blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae.'

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Medieval and Modern Languages

JAMES HAWES will lecture at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 4 November, in the Main Hall, Taylor Institution.

Convener: Dr Karen Leeder.

Subject: 'Excavating Kafka: text as historical artefact.'


Technologies for Cultural Heritage: Leonardo and Beyond

Italian Studies at Oxford presents a symposium on Friday, 1 October, in Magdalen College, and on Thursday, 2 October, in the Forte Room, Pembroke College. For more details, contact www.italianstudies.ox.ac.uk/events/conferences/events/technologies.

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Oriental Studies

Hebrew and Jewish Studies Unit: David Patterson Seminars

The following seminars will be held at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays on in Yarnton Manor. Details of the seminars on 19 and 26 November will be announced later. No seminars will be held on 15 and 22 October.

Convener: Dr Piet van Boxel.

PROFESSOR GLENDA ABRAMSON
29 Oct.: 'Moonlight on the wire: Hebrew writing of the First World War.'

PROFESSOR PETER MACHINIST, Harvard
5 Nov.: 'Nineveh the fallen. Reflections on Nahum the Prophet and Nahum the Book.'

PROFESSOR ALAN JONES
12 Nov.: 'Moses, a key figure in the Qur'an.'

PROFESSOR REUVEN SNIR, Haifa
3 Dec.: 'Who needs Arab–Jewish identity? Chronicle of a cultural extinction foretold.'

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Social Sciences

Department of Politics: Sergio Vieira de Mello Lecture

PROFESSOR FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO will deliver the Sergio Vieira de Mello Lecture at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 11 November, in the Examination Schools.

Subject: 'Reframing human rights in the global era: a tribute to Sergio Vieira de Mello.'


Housing Seminars

The following lectures will be given at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays in the Large Lecture Room, Nuffield College. To reserve a place, email events@socres.ox.ac.uk.

This series will continue in Hilary and Trinity Terms.

PROFESSOR PETER KING 21 Oct.: 'The future of social housing.'

PROFESSOR STEVE NICKELL
4 Nov.: 'Housing supply.'

PROFESSOR JOHN MUELLBAUER and DR ANTHONY MURPHY
18 Nov.: 'House prices.'


ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS): Migration, Welfare and Inequalities

The following seminars will be given at 2 p.m. on Thursdays (except Fourth Week, which will be on Wednesday), in the seminar room, the Institute of Human Sciences, 58a Banbury Road.

Conveners: Hiranthi Jayaweera and Isabel Shutes.

PROFESSOR ELEONORE KOFMAN, Middlesex
16 Oct.: 'Gender, migration, rights and entitlements: comparison of European welfare regimes.'

PROFESSOR BILL JORDAN, Plymouth
23 Oct.: 'Shifting boundaries: migration, welfare and the credit crunch.'

DR ISABEL SHUTES and DR ALESSIO CANGIANO
30 Oct.: 'Negotiating "needs" in the provision of social care for older people: the role of migrant workers.'

DR LUCINDA PLATT, Essex
Wed. 5 Nov.: 'Social and economic mobility among minority ethnic groups in inter- and intra-generational perspective.'

PROFESSOR FIONA WILLIAMS, Leeds
13 Nov.: 'Theorising migration and home-based care in European welfare states.'

DR DEBBIE PHILLIPS, Leeds
20 Nov.: 'Claiming spaces: negotiating housing and neighbourliness in areas of new migration in Bradford.'

DR ROB BERKELEY, Runnymede Trust
27 Nov.: 'Educating migrants: schools, choice, personalisation and inequality.'

DR NICOLA YEATES, Open University
4 Dec.: 'Globalisation, migration and the international division of reproductive labour.'

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Theology

Launch of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Life

The launch of the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Life will take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 October, in the Examination Schools, followed by a reception in Christ Church, 6.15–7.15 p.m. (enquiries: frances.jenkins@theology.ox.ac.uk).

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Oxford Institute of Ageing

Pensions and Economics of Ageing

Seminars will be given at 12.30 p.m. on Thursdays in Seminar Room G, Manor Road Building. Contact Ms Debbie Alder for enquiries on (2)86193.

Convener: Kenneth Howse.

DR MARTIN SEELEIB-KAISER
16 Oct.: 'The political economy of pension reform in Germany.'

DR WILLIAM JACKSON, York
23 Oct.: 'Retirement policies and the life cycle: current trends and future prospects.'

PROFESSOR GORDON CLARK
30 Oct.: 'Private pensions and individual behaviour: implications for UK pension policy.'

PROFESSOR E. PHILLIPS DAVIS
6 Nov.: 'Restrictions on pension fund investment: a cost assessment.'

DR MAHMOUD MESSKOUB, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
13 Nov.: 'The impact of population ageing on aggregate savings.'

DR MARTIN KARLSSON
20 Nov.: 'The economics of frailty: disability and long-term care systems.'

PROFESSOR PHILIP BOOTH, Cass Business School
4 Dec.: 'Ageing, public choice economics and the dwindling prospects for pension reform.'

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Rothermere American Institute

Special Lecture

PROFESSOR MARC CONNER, Washington and Lee University, will lecture at 5.15 p.m. on Wednesday, 5 November, in the Rothermere American Institute.

Subject: 'Modernity and the homeless: the religious dimensions of the contemporary African-American novel.'


American History Research Seminar

The following lectures will be given at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Rothermere American Institute. Details of the 5 November meeting will be announced later.

On 12 November a discussion of the Harmsworth Inaugural Lecture (see above) will be held.

DR JAY SEXTON
15 Oct.: 'Who wrote the Monroe Doctrine?'

PROFESSOR H. BREEN, Northwestern
22 Oct.: 'For whom the bells toll: rumour and revolution in 1774.'

DR ANDREW PRESTON, Cambridge
29 Oct.: 'Religious visions of world order in twentieth-century American foreign relations?'

PROFESSOR AKIRA IRIYE, Harvard
19 Nov.: 'A transnational history of US foreign relations.'

PROFESSOR LIZ BORGWARDT, Washington University, St Louis
26 Nov.: 'Present at the creation? The 1945 San Francisco Conference, human rights and the rise and rise of NGOs.'


RAI Research Fellows' Seminar

The following lectures will be given at 12.15 p.m. on Thursdays in the Rothermere American Institute.

DR JEFFREY A. SMITH, Southern California
23 Oct.: 'Lessons from America's previous minority presidents.'

PROFESSOR JOHN C. BERG, Suffolk University, Boston
30 Oct.: 'Only in Massachusetts? The struggle over same- sex marriage in the Bay State.'

DR MARY VOGEL, King's College, London
6 Nov.: 'The origins and politics of plea bargaining: comparing England and America.'

DR DAVID LEVIATIN, independent scholar
13 Nov.: 'The transformation of craftsmanship and the development of American culture.'


United States Election: Election Outcomes—Interpreting the Results

Lectures will be given at 5 p.m. on Thursdays 13, 20, and 27 November in the Rothermere American Institute. Professor Byron Shafer, Wisconsin, will lecture on 27 November. Further details will be announced later.

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Computing Laboratory

Oxford Strachey Lectures in Computer Science

PROFESSOR RANDAL E. BRYANT, Carnegie Mellon, will lecture in this series at 4.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 October, in Lecture Theatre B, the Computing Laboratory.

Subject: 'Data-intensive scalable computing: taking Google-style computing beyond Web search.'


Computational Mathematics and Applications Seminars

The following lectures will be given at 2 p.m. on Thursdays in Lecture Theatre A, Computing Laboratory, except Weeks 2 and 7, which will be held at RAL.

Details of the 30 October seminar will be announced later.

Coordinators: L.N. Trefethen and S. Dollar.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FLOATER, Oslo
9 Oct.: 'Barycentric coordinates and transfinite interpolation.'

DR DAVID MAYERS
16 Oct.: 'Fifty years of scientific computation at Oxford.'

DR MARC BABOULIN, Coimbra
23 Oct. (RAL): 'Some issues in dense linear algebra algorithms for multi-core and new architectures.'

PROFESSOR DIVAKAR VISWANATH, Michigan
6 Nov.: 'Asymptotics and complex singularities of the Lorenz attractor.'

FRÉDÉRIC NATAF, Paris VI and CNRS
13 Nov.: 'Optimal domain decomposition methods (Neumann-Neumann or FETI types) for systems of PDEs.'

PROFESSOR SÖREN BARTELS, Bonn
20 Nov.: 'Approximation of harmonic maps and wave maps.'

DR ALICIA KIM, Bath
27 Nov. (RAL): 'Topology optimisation: achievements and challenges.'

JONATHAN HOGG, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
4 Dec.: 'Cholesky factorisations for multi-core systems.'

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Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment

Risk, Uncertainty, Climate and Policy

The following lectures will be given at 4 p.m. on Mondays in Hayes House, 75 George Street.

Convener: Dr David Frame.

DR MYLES ALLEN
13 Oct.: To be announced.

DR PATRICK MCSHARRY
20 Oct.: 'Quantifying uncertainty and risk forecasting using mathematical models.'

STEVE JEWSON
3 Nov.: To be announced.

PROFESSOR THOMAS E. DOWNING, Stockholm Environment Institute
10 Nov.: to be announced.

DR RAFAEL RAMIREZ
1 Dec.: 'What is environmental turbulence and how does one plan in such conditions? Look forward!'


Environmental and Ecological Economics

The following lectures will be given at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays (except that of 22 October, which will be on Wednesday at 1 p.m) in the Lecture Hall, School of Geography, Dyson Perrins Building.

Conveners: Dr Georgina Santos and Dr Stanislav Shmelev.

PROFESSOR DAVID NEWBERY, Cambridge
14 Oct.: To be announced.

PROFESSOR DIETER HELM
21 Oct.: 'Climate change, European energy policy and the Copenhagen Summit: time for realism?'

PROFESSOR ROBERT HAHN
22 Oct.: To be announced. PROFESSOR MARTIN O'CONNOR, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines28 Oct.: 'Political ecological economics.'

PROFESSOR ROBERT AYRES
4 Nov.: 'Industrial ecology and industrial metabolism.'

PROFESSOR PETER SODERBAUM, Mälardalen
11 Nov.: 'Understanding ecological economics. Towards pluralism in economics.'

PROFESSOR JEROEN C.J.M. VAN DEN BERGH, Autonomous University of Barcelona and the Free University of Amsterdam
25 Nov.: 'Effective climate policy is not expensive.'

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International Gender Studies Centre

Gender and Film: Gender in Film

The following lectures will be given at 3.30 p.m. on Thursdays.

Conveners: Dr Jacqueline Waldren and Dr Janette Davis.

PNINA WERBNER, Keele
16 Oct.: 'Tswapong women's initiation cult and the achievement of dignity in Botswana at a time of AIDS.'

TONY DUNN, Portsmouth
23 Oct.: 'Gender, culture and ethnicity in Carol Reed's and Wolf Mankowitz's film A kid for two farthings (1955).'

HO SWEE LIN
30 Oct.: 'The consumption of Korean masculinities through television dramas in Japan.'

LIEVE SPAAS, Kingston
6 Nov.: 'Ousmane Sembene: a film-maker who questions women's identity.'

ALISON-LOUISE KAHN
13 Nov.: 'Hall of mirrors: documentary film and the representation of women.'

SUE BROOK, Manchester
20 Nov.: 'Surviving as an independent film- maker: editing ethnographic films.'

NATASHA MORGAN, psychologist
27 Nov.: 'The relationship between gender issues, work and creativity, focusing on Room filmed by the National Film School in 1980.'

POALA BOUSIOU, Goldsmiths' College, London
4 Dec.: 'Women as anthropologists, actors and filmmakers. Mykonos: crafting the impersonal in autobiography.'

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Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine

Health, Disease and Medicine since 1800

The following lectures will be given at 2.15 p.m. on Mondays at 47 Banbury Road. All are welcome.

Convener: Professor Mark Harrison.

PROFESSOR MARK HARRISON
13 Oct.: 'Malaria control in the Bombay Presidency of British India, 1902þ40.'

DR MARGARET JONES
20 Oct.: 'Malaria in the Caribbean: the Jamaican experience, 1880þ1965.'

YONINA MURCIANO-GOROFF
27 Oct.: 'Comparative perspectives: international collaboration in the fight against cancer.'

RYAN JOHNSON
3 Nov.: 'Networks of imperial tropical medicine: ideas and practices of health and hygiene in the British Empire, 1895–1914.'

SAURABH MISHRA
10 Nov.: 'Medicalising Mecca: sanitary regulations and pilgrims' experiences during the Haj, 1880–1920.'

GRAHAM BAKER
17 Nov.: 'Opposed powers or partners in crime? Eugenics and Christian missions: London and New York, 1865–1940.'

PROFESSOR MICHAEL WORBOYS, Manchester
24 Nov.: 'Chlamydia: a disease without a history.'

DR SANCHARI DUTTA, SOAS
1 Dec.: 'Pathologies of confinement: disease and death in the Indian prison, 1830þ1900.'

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Oxford Internet Institute

Public lecture

PROFESSOR MANUEL CASTELLS, Annenburg School of Communication, will lecture at 4 p.m. on Thursday, 23 October, in the Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Department of Physics, Park Road. Register for the event by e-mailing name and affiliation to events@oii.ox.ac.uk.

Subject: 'Power in a network society.'


Communication Power

PROFESSOR MANUEL CASTELLS, Annenburg School of Communication, will lecture in the Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles', at 2 p.m. on Monday, 20 October, Tuesday, 21 October and Wednesday, 22 October. Register for the event by e-mailing name and affiliation to events@oii.ox.ac.uk.

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Refugee Studies Centre

Public seminar series

The following lectures will be given at 5 p.m. on Wednesdays in Seminar Room 1, Department of International Development, 3 Mansfield Road.

Conveners: Dr Eva-Lotta Hedman and Dr Dawn Chatty.

CECILE DUBERNET, Institut Catholique de Paris
15 Oct.: 'UN and the "global crisis of internal displacement": deconstruction of a narrative.'

JOSEPH SASSOON
22 Oct.: 'The Iraqi refugees post the 2003 war.'

PETER LOIZOS, London School of Economics
29 Oct.: 'Displacement without trauma? Greek Cypriot forced migration in long-term perspective.' (Followed by book-launch and reception)

DR ALEX BETTS
5 Nov.: 'Towards a soft law framework for the protection of vulnerable migrants.'

DR MICHELLE PACE, Birmingham
12 Nov.: 'A "modern" Islamist democracy: perceptions of democratisation in Palestine: the case of Hamas.'


Harrell-Bond Lecture

The Barbara Harrell-Bond Public Lecture will be given on Wednesday, 19 November in the University Museum. Further details will be announced later.

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Centre for Socio-legal Studies

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Human Rights

The following lectures will be given at 4.30 p.m. in the Manor Road Building.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FREEMAN, Essex Mon., 13 Oct., Room C: 'Human rights: advocates, sceptics, problems–a view from political theory.'

DR KATERINA DALACOURA, London School of Economics
Wed., 22 Oct., Room E: 'Islam and human rights.'

PROFESSOR CHRIS MCCRUDDEN
Mon., 27 Oct., Room D: 'Human dignity and judicial interpretation of human rights.'

PROFESSOR ERIC NEUMAYER, London School of Economics
Tues., 4 Nov., Room D: 'What drives the abolition of the death penalty?'

PROFESSOR MARK GOODALE, George Mason University
Mon., 10 Nov., Room D: 'From the belly of the benevolent beast: the anthropology of transnational norms.'

PROFESSOR STEFAN VOIGT, Marburg
Wed., 19 Nov., Room E: 'The economic effects of human rights.'

JEFF KING
Mon., 24 Nov., Room D: 'Judicial deference to expertise in welfare rights adjudication.'

PROFESSOR RYAN GOODMAN, Harvard, author, and PROFESSOR DENIS J. GALLIGAN
Mon., 1 Dec., 3 p.m., room to be announced: Mini-symposium: discussion of forthcoming book Socialising states: promoting human rights through international law.


Foundation for Law, Justice and Society

PROFESSOR HUGH COLLINS, London School of Economics, will lecture at 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 29 October, in Rhodes House.

Subject: 'Beyond the third way in labour law: towards the constitutionalisation of labour law?'

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James Martin Twenty-first Century School

Twenty-first century challenges—more questions, any answers?

The following lectures will be given at 3.30 p.m. on Thursdays in the Old Indian Institute Building.

PROFESSOR YADVINDER MALHI
16 Oct.: 'Threats and opportunities for tropical forests in the twenty-first century.'

DR MALCOLM MCCULLOCH
23 Oct.: 'Challenge of the twenty-first century transport system in terms of carbon and energy reduction.'

DR PAUL FAIRCHILD
30 Oct.: 'Stem cells and regenerative medicine: opportunities and challenges for the twenty-first century.'

PROFESSOR MARK SANSOM
6 Nov.: 'Nanoneedles or nanotoxins? Carbon nanotubes and cell membranes.'

PROFESSOR KEN PEACH
13 Nov.: 'Curing cancer with protons and light ions.'

DR DAVID RODIN and PROFESSOR JENNIFER WELSH
20 Nov.: 'War and human rights.'

PROFESSOR GIDEON HENDERSON and PROFESSOR DAVID MARSHALL
27 Nov.: 'Using the oceans to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels.'

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Voltaire Foundation

Besterman Lecture

PROFESSOR MARIE-HÉLÈNE COTONI, University of Nice, will deliver the Besterman Lecture at 5.15 p.m. on Thursday, 16 October, in the Maison Française d'Oxford.

Subject: 'Les dégoûts de Voltaire: impressions et expression.'

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St Catherine's College

SIMON WINCHESTER, author and journalist, will talk about his book Bomb book and compass (about Joseph Needham in China) at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 15 October, in the Bernard Sunley Theatre.

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Wolfson College

MR TONY BENN will lecture at 5.30 p.m. on Monday, 17 November, in the Hall, Wolfson College. The lecture is open to the public.

Subject: 'The long hard road to democracy and social justice.'

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Oxford Italian Association

The following lectures will be given at the Mary Ogilvie Theatre, St Anne's College. Members £1, non-members £3, students under 30 free. For further information email pmilner@clara.net.

For details of the Rowe Memorial Lecture, see above.

DR JACQUELINE THALMANN
Thurs., 13 Nov., 7.30 p.m.: 'General John Guise and the antique.'

DR JOHN DICKIE, University College, London
Wed., 26 Nov., 7.30 for 8 p.m.: 'Italian food: an urban tradition.'


Other Events

Film: Il Caimano (English subtitles). Friday, 17 October at 8 p.m., Rewley House Lecture Theatre.

Presentation and concert by the Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi: 'An evening with Vivalidi's Women.' Friday, 31 October at 7.45 for 8 p.m. at the Mary Ogilvie Theatre, St Anne's College. Members and guests £7, students under 30 £2.

AGM (members only). Wednesday, 3 December at 8 p.m. at St Margaret's Institute, Polstead Road.

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