November 18, 1994

Colour And Line. Five centuries of woodcuts will be on show at the Hunterian Art Gallery until January 28. An illustrated catalogue is available. The woodcuts include the English artist John Baptist Jackson alongside earlier prints by Ugo da Carpi, Antonio da Trento and Henrick Goltzius. The second part of the show looks at the technique of William Nicholson, Charles Mackie, Kandinsky and post-war works by Michael Rothenstein and Helen Frankenthaler.

Details: Martin Hopkinson, Print Gallery, Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ. Tel, 041 339 8855 ext 5430.

INTER-FAITH DIALOGUE Rabbi Dr Norman Solomon will give the Annual Sacks Lecture at the Centre for the Study of Theology, University of Essex, Colchester, CO4 3SQ. The lecture, entitled "A Decade in Inter-Faith Dialogue: Reflections" will take place on November 22 at 7.30pm in the Lecture Theatre Block. Details: Administrative director, tel, 0206 872099 UNRAVELLING THE UNIVERSE Peter Atkins of Lincoln College, Oxford, is to give a public lunch-hour lecture at The Royal Institution of Great Britain on November 22 at 1pm. The topic, "Unravelling the Creation", will examine speculations on the origin of the universe and events that culminated in Big Bang. Address: 21 Albemarle Street, London W1X 4BS.


A one-day workshop entitled "Should Lawyers Learn Ethics?" will take place on December 2 at the University of Central Lancashire. Details: Jane Pritchard, Centre for Professional Ethics, University of Central Lancashire (01772 892543) or Jane Johnson (01772 892253).

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS Lyn Richards will run a workshop using software for analysis of qualitative data on networked PCs at Derby University on November 25-26. Details: Carol Sage, SAO, School of Education and Social Sciences, University of Derby, Western Road, Derby, DE3 5GX. tel, 0332 622231.

SCOTLAND/ENGLAND UNION The Economic and Social History Society of Scotland, in association with the department of Scottish history at the Edinburgh University will hold a conference "The Union of Scotland and England" on December 3 in Faculty Room South, David Hume Tower, George Square, Edinburgh (10am-15.45pm). Details: Dr R. Finlay, Treasurer ESHSS, Department of History, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XQ.

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