30th March 2005
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Swan, principal lecturer in History at the
provides the opportunity to carry out research and a small amount of teaching
intention is that it is very much a cultural visit and I will be giving public
lectures around the
in the 1850s,
Its most striking feature is the 12th-century Church of St Mary the Virgin which was built in Aldermanbury, London, re-designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1677 and damaged by German bombs in the Second World War.
church was rebuilt on the campus of
Sir Winston's speech was one of the John Findley Green Lectures, a distinguished series on economics, social and international affairs.
Swan has worked at the
Hi research interests include aviation history and the social history of medicine and he is the editor of the International Journal of Regional and Local Studies.
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