Events

June 2, 1995

THE LONDON INSTITUTE. The London Institute Gallery is exhibiting the work of final year fine art students from three of the London Institute Colleges (Camberwell College of Arts, Chelsea College of Art and Design and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design), until June 22. The gallery is open 10am-6pm and admission is free. The exhibits were selected by a panel of judges for this year's King Sturge Art Prize Exhibition. Information: Michael Benson, The London Institute, 65 Davies Street, W1Y 2DA. Tel: 0171 514 6000.

NEW SEXUAL AGENDAS. An interdisciplinary conference, "New Sexual Agendas", will be held on July 14-15 at the Enfield Site, Middlesex University. The conference aims to tackle the urgent practical and theoretical challenges to be faced in the area of gender and sexuality. Speakers include: Bob Connell, Tony Coxon, Wendy Hollway, Sue Lees, Mary McIntosh, Janet Sayers, Lynne Segal, Alan Sinfield, Leonore Tiefer, Jane Ussher and Jeffrey Weeks. Information: Lynne Segal, Middlesex University, Queensway, Enfield, EN3 4SF.

Tel: 0181 362 5475 or 0171 226 24/fax 60.

ISLAMIC LAW. A conference entitled 'Islamic Law: Theory and Practice' will take place at Ashburne Hall, Manchester on June 13-14. Participants from Europe, the Middle East, North America, Africa and Asia will present papers concerned with classical and modern conceptions of Islamic Law. Information: Eugenie Kermeli or Robert Gleave, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, University of Manchester, M13 9PL. Tel: 0161 5 3073/fax 3264. E-mail: mfupgrg@fs1.art.man.uk.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. A workshop on Intellectual Property and Universities will be held at the University of Warwick on June 15-16. The aim of the workshop is to consider how institutions can identify sources of marketable intellectual property, how much effort should be devoted to patents and what procedures might guarantee the rights of staff and students. Panellists will include: Frank Huskisson, chartered European patent attorney; Andrew Charlesworth, lecturer in information technology law at the University of Hull; Angus Ferguson, general manager at University of Leeds Innovations. Information: Amanda Thompson, conference secretary, School of Independent Studies, Lonsdale College, Lancaster University, LA1 4YN. Tel: 01524 594474/fax 843934.

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