Glittering prizes

December 24, 1999

Jagdish Gundara of London University's Institute of Education, has been elected president of the International Association of Intercultural Education, which is based in Sweden and publishes the European Journal for Intercultural Studies.

Sheilagh Ogilvie, professor of economic history at the University of Cambridge, received this year's Gyorgy Ranki Prize for the best book on European economic history published in 1997 or 1998. The other winners were Jan de Vries and Ad M Van der Woude, who wrote a book on Dutch economic development.

The University of Hertfordshire has awarded honorary degrees to Arsenal football club manager Arsene Wenger (DSc); Baroness Hayman, agriculture minister, (DSc); Joshua Rozenberg, BBC legal correspondent (DIur); Eddie George, governor of the Bank of England (DIur); Christopher Lewis, dean of the abbey church and cathedral of St Albans (DLitt); John Barrow, research professor of mathematical science at Cambridge and director of the millennium

mathematics project (DSc); George Wenham, one of

Hertfordshire's longest serving councillors and community leaders (MA); and Tony Rook, teacher, broadcaster and local archaeologist (MA).

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