Events

September 29, 1995

DESIRING PRACTICES. "Desiring Practices" is a series of free architecture and design exhibitions being held in London and highlighting the importance of gender roles in new practices in architecture.

From September 28 to October 20 there will be exhibits at Gallery One and the Sculpture Court at The Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1. There is also a symposium with international speakers from various disciplines at the Jarvis Hall on October 18, 19 and 20. Information and tickets: Desiring Practices PR, The Bartlett, Wates House, 22 Gordon Street, London WC1H 0QB. Tel: 0171 380 7050.

MARVELS OF MATHEMATICS. The University of Kent at Canterbury will host two public lectures: Dick Hughes Jones on the "Pseudo-Great Rhombicuboctahedron" in the Grimond Building at 3.15pm on October 18; and Donald Preece on "Mathematicians as groupies" in lecture theatre 2, Keynes College at 3.15 on November 15. Information: Donald Preece, Institute of Mathmatics and Statistics, Cornwallis Building, University of Kent at Canterbury, Canterbury, CT2 7NF. Tel: 012 8901 or 823013.

RECRUITING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. The Council for International Education has organised two one-day linked workshops on "Recruiting International Students in Higher Education". The workshops will be held on November 9 and 22. Information: UKCOSA, 9-17 St Albans Place, London, N1 0NX. Tel: 0171 226 3762/fax: 3373.

MANCHESTER WOMEN GRADUATES. The University of Manchester is hosting its first event organised specially for women graduates on October 11 at 6.30pm in the Christie Bistro, Whitworth Building. A wine and cheese evening will be hosted by pro-vice chancellor Katharine Perera. Tickets/information: Patricia Ross, Development and Alumni Relations Office, Christie Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL. Tel: 0161 5 2195.

ANARCHY OR PEACE. A conference on the origins, parallels and consequences of the civil wars of the 1990s will focus upon contemporary developments and post- conflict reconstruction. "West Africa at War: Anarchy or Peace in Liberia and Sierra Leone?" will be held in the Department of Anthropology, University College, London WC1, on Saturday, October 21, 11am-5pm. The conference will explore the social, economic and political costs of conflict in the West African coastal states and the consequences for refugees and the environment. Information: Dr Max Ahmadu Sesay, School of Social Sciences, Staffordshire University, College Road, Stoke on Trent, ST4 2DE. Tel: 01782 294734 (direct line) or 01782 294533 (messages only). Fax: 01782 746553.

For further information see also NetGazette on gopher:times.higher.news.int.co.uk.or http:/www.newsint.co.uk.

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