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October 27, 1994

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Lynn McLean, a fourth-year student at Paisley University is seeking information and sources of information for her research project entitled "Physical education can promote/aid language development". Address: 49 Rubie Crescent, Irvine, Ayrshire, KA12 8HA.

WOMEN ARTISTS Despite the growth in the number of publications addressing gender issues in the visual arts, little seems to have been written about women artists and art historians working in higher education in the United Kingdom. Suzanne Judd's MPhil/PhD study aims to bridge the gap in research by examining the experiences of women working in fine art and art history departments. She is inviting women working in these areas to participate in a national survey. If you would like to contribute to this study please contact: Suzanne Judd, 8 Waverley Road, Gloucester, GL2 0SZ, tel, 0452 520211 or via the faculty of arts and education, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education.

RELIGIOUS MEMORABILIA The Religious Education Centre at Ormskirk's Edge Hill College opens in January 1995 and the college is inviting members of church and other religious groups to donate their interesting and rare memorabilia for the display. The centre hopes to set up a loan scheme enabling primary school teachers to borrow items. Contact: Jill Newton on 01695 584243.

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