18th Macdonald Critchley Lecture - Click here to read more

The Macdonald Critchley lecture was established by an anonymous benefactor in 1979 to commemorate the life and work of Macdonald Critchley.  It alternates with the Sir Hans Sloane Lecture and its subject is concerned broadly with the humanities.  The first lecture was given in 1982.

Lecture title: Enduring Heritage - Medical Numismatics
Speaker: Professor John Pearn

Lecture date: Thursday 14th April 2016


 
 Pre-lecture - Coffee and tea in the Parlour
 
      
 The Library's collection is on display from 5pm, run by our wonderful volunteers
 
 
 The Court preparing to process
     
 (left to right) Dr Tina Matthews (President of the
 Faculty) presenting Professor John Pearn (Speaker) with his medal
 
  The Court (left to right)
Professor Brian Livesley, Dr Charles Mackworth-Young (Junior Warden), Professor John Pearn (Speaker), Dr Tina Matthews (President), Dr Roy Palmer (Master), Dr Derek Adams (Senior Warden), Nick Royle (Clerk).
 
 
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