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Lecture-list, 2000-01: Corrections and additions

Faculty of History

Historical Tripos, Part I

British Political and Constitutional History, since 1867 (Paper 6) (p. 97)
Dr M. Jones and Mr L. Jerram (Also Paper 11): Themes in British social and cultural history in the twentieth century. Lent Term,Tu. 12 (not Michaelmas Term)

British Economic and Social History, 1700-1914 (Paper 10) (p. 98)
Dr N. Tadmor (Also Paper 9): Society and governance in eighteenth-century England. W. 11 (four lectures, weeks 1-4)

British Economic and Social History, since c. 1870 (Paper 11) (p. 98)
Dr M. Jones and Mr L. Jerram (Also Paper 6): Themes in British social and cultural history in the twentieth century. Lent Term, Tu. 12 (not Michaelmas Term)

European History, 1715-1914 (Paper 17) (p. 100)
Dr H. F. Jahn: National identity and nationalism in Imperial Russia. Easter Term, F. 12 (four lectures, weeks 1-4) (not Michaelmas Term)

History of Political Thought to c. 1700 (Paper 19) (p. 101)
Prof. Q. R. D. Skinner: Humanism and political thought, c. 1200 - c. 1550. Tu. Th. 11 (sixteen lectures). Raised Lecture Block, Room 3

Historical Tripos, Part II

History of Political Thought to c. 1700 (Paper 3) (p. 103)
Prof. Q. R. D. Skinner: Humanism and political thought, c. 1200 - c. 1550. Tu. Th. 11 (sixteen lectures). Raised Lecture Block, Room 3

Specified Subjects (Paper 21) (p. 106)
Dr M. Jones and Mr L. Jerram (not Dr S. P. Martland and Dr D. Thom): European cultural history and the two World Wars: Britain, France, and Germany. F. 10, 12 (sixteen lectures). Michaelmas Term only

M.Phil. in Economic and Social History (p. 108)
Mr R. C. Trebilcock: Evolution of European economics since 1850. F. 2 (weeks 2, 4, fortnightly)

M.Phil. in Political Thought and Intellectual History (p. 111)
Prof. Q. R. D. Skinner: Humanism and political thought, c. 1200 - c. 1550. Tu. Th. 11 (sixteen lectures). Raised Lecture Block, Room 3

Faculty of Mathematics

M.Phil. in Statisical Science (p. 151)
Dr J. Nekovar: Polylogarithms (not p-adic methods in number theory). M. F. 12 MR12

Department of Chemistry

Graduate Lectures
Dr J. Röpcke: Fundamental aspects and technological applications of electric plasmas. M. Th. 2.15 (eight lectures, beginning 6 November) (addition)
Further details available from Dr P. B. Davies (tel. 01223 336460, e-mail pbd2@cus.cam.ac.uk).


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