October 27, 1994


Work by recent war artists will be exhibited at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University, from October 10 to December 13. The exhibition offers a selection of contemporary art on loan from the Imperial War Museum, including John Keane's Gulf War paintings and featuring the work of Jock McFadyen, Terry Atkinson, Richard Davies, Deanna Petherbridge and Michael Sandle. Contact: Mary Gavagan or Alison Rawlings at the Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University, Lancaster, LA1 4YW, tel, 01524 593057.

TWO FACES OF EMIL KRAEPELIN The 14th Edward Mapother Lecture will be given by Michael Shepher, emeritus professor of epidemiological psychiatry (University of London), on "The Two Faces of Emil Kraepelin" at 5.30pm on November 9 in the Wolfson lecture theatre, Institute of Psychiatry, De Crespigny Park, London SE5.

Contact: Claire Daunton, 071 919 3154.

HUMAN RIGHTS LECTURE David Bull, director, Amnesty International British Section, will give the annual human rights lecture on "War Crimes, Justice and Deterrents" at 8pm on November 3 in Room 140, Elvet Riverside I, New Elvet, Durham. Contact: Information Office, University of Durham, tel, 091 374 2947.

POLICY PERSPECTIVES A workshop-based conference focussing on funding, quality, assessment and the academic year, has been organised by the AUT/NATFHE and will take place at the Britannia Street Conference Centre, London WC1 on November 18. It is open to AUT/NATFHE members. Contact Shirley Lee tel, 071 837 3636 or fax 071 837 4403.

Noticeboard is compiled by Lynne Williams.

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