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Announcement of seminars

The following seminars will be open to members of the University and others who are interested:

Archaeology. Garrod Research Seminars entitled Sharing food and drink will take place at 4.30 p.m on Thursdays in the McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Downing Site.

15 January Gordon Childe and haute cuisine, by Professor Jack Goody, of St John's College.
29 January Archaeology of a Homeric feast at Pylos, by Dr Lisa Bendall, of the Faculty of Classics.
5 February Oils, fats, and honey in ancient Egypt, by Dr Margaret Serpico, of University College London.
4 March Dining patterns and cultural change in the Byzantine world, by Dr Joanita Vroom, of the University of East Anglia.

Divinity. Henry Martyn Seminars. A series of seminars will be held at 2.15 p.m. on Thursdays at various venues:

22 January Mission in Western society after Christendom: a new Ecumenical paradigm, by Simon Barrow. Jointly hosted with the Centre for Ecumenical Studies. Westminster College.
5 February The African Bishops at Vatican II (1962-65), by Dr Anthony Njoku. Westminster College.
19 February Recent developments in Christianity in China, by Professor Zhuo Xinping. Jointly hosted with the Christianity in Asia Project. Faculty of Divinity.
26 February Nature of religious texts in the sacred traditions of India, by Professor Augustine Pagolu. Jointly hosted with the Christianity in Asia Project. Faculty of Divinity.
4 March Are Methodist missions different? by Professor Andrew Walls. Wesley House.


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