Reporter 398, 3 March 1997


Lectures

Tuesday 4 March

The Leeds Plaque Biofilm Study - 'A True Interdisciplinary Investigation'
Dr J Kirkham
1 pm: Rm 6.55, School of Dentistry
Postgraduate Lecture

Centre for Medieval Studies Research Association Guest Lecture: Scandinavian Medieval Literacy
Terje Spurkland, University of Oslo
1 pm: English Seminar Room, School of English
Admission free. All welcome

Centre for Medieval Studies Research Association: Concepts of Evil and Devils in the Middle Ages. Tormenting Devils in Illustrations of the Vision of Tundal
Susan Graham
5 pm: School of English Staff Room
Admission free. All welcome

Mass Observation and Women as 'Revolutionary Agents of Change' Gender Analysis and Policy Unit 4th Annual Public Lecture
Professor Liz Stanley, University of Manchester
5.30 pm: LT19, Roger Stevens Bldg
Contact Jodie Snee, ext 4438

Wednesday 5 March

Stress Propagation in Sand
Professor Mike Cates, University of Edinburgh
4.15 pm: Colloquium Room, Dept of Physics and Astronomy
Physics Department Colloquium

The March of the Novel through History: The Testimony of my Grandfather’s Bookcase
The 7th Arthur Ravenscroft Memorial Lecture on Commonwealth Literature
Amitav Ghosh, Novelist
5.30 pm: Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre
Admission free. All welcome

Thursday 6 March

Public Health in Emergencies
Oxfam Emergencies Dept
12.45 pm: Conference Suite A, Room 1, 71-75 Clarendon Road
International Health and Development Lecture

Using Chemistry to Create Opportunities for Learning
Dr C J Garratt, University of York
4 pm: School of Chemistry Lecture Theatre D
Royal Society of Chemistry Nyholm Lecture
All welcome

The French Wars of Religion
Dr Penny Roberts, University of Warwick
5.30 pm: LG15, Michael Sadler Building
Historical Association (Leeds Branch) Lecture
All welcome

Saturday 8 March

Citizenship and Duty: Remoralising the Late Victorian City (Colloquium)
Speakers include Rick Trainor, Glasgow, Michael Rose, Manchester and Helen Meller, Nottingham
9.30 am - 5.30 pm: Trinity and All Saints College
Registration fee £15 including lunch. Contact Noreen Hamblin on Leeds 283 7191

African and Caribbean Society Cultural Day
3 pm onwards. Tickets £15 on sale in Union. Contact Christine on 0958 480775

Monday 10 March

Blessing or Curse? The Place of Religion in Uganda's Recent History, from Amin to Museveni
Revd Amos Kasibante, Theological Institute, Wandsworth and Dr Kevin Ward, Leeds
7 pm: University House Dept of Theology and Religious Studies Talk. Admission £1

Tuesday 11 March

The Impact of Molecular Genetics on Dental Biology
Dr N S Thomas, University of Wales
1 pm: Rm 6.55, School of Dentistry. Postgraduate Lecture

Medical Research in the Next Millennium: The Case for Partnership Between the Richer Countries and the Developing World
Edward Boyle Memorial Lecture
Professor Sir David Weatherall, FRS, Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford Unversity
5.30 pm: Rupert Beckett Lecture Theatre
Admission by ticket only, contact
Jane Freer ext 6025

Wednesday 12 March

Town and Country in the Spanish Theatre of the Golden Age
Emeritus Professor John Varey, University of London
2 pm: Spanish Department
Instituto Cervantes Lecture

Thursday 13 March

Raising Achievement in the Inner City: Competition or Collaboration?
Heather Du Quesnay, CBE, Director of Education, London Borough of Lambeth
5 pm: University House
Centre for Policy Studies in Education Seminar
All welcome. Contact 4656 to reserve a place

Impact of Biotechnology on Animal Production
School of Biological Sciences Keynote Lecture
Professor Grahame Bulfield, FRSE, Director, BBSRC Roslin Inst, Edinburgh
5 pm:Medical Lecture Theatre, Level 7, Worsley Bldg

Friday 14 March

Stage Reading/Szenische Lesung of Theodor Fontane’s novel 'Irrungen, Wirrungen' in German
7.30 pm: German Dept Foyer, Michael Sadler Bldg, 2nd Floor
Admission free

Saturday 15 March

Childe Hassam: An American Vision
Michael Stewart
School of Continuing Education Day School. £15. Contact 3220

Monday 17 March

Memory and the Cult of the Saints in Early Anglo-Saxon England
Dr Catherine Cubitt, University of York
6.30 pm: School of English
University of Leeds Medieval Group

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