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Speeches, notes and articles, 1936-1941

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MS. 12384/24/1

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Comprises:
  1. File 1: 'Why a Medievalist Feels at Home in America', address delivered at the dinner of the Medieval Academy at Providence, Dec 1936 with covering letter from R.L. Schuyler of The American Historical Review, 1937
  2. File 2: 'Dante. Manarchia III' read to Dante Society, Oxford, 9 Nov 1937
  3. File 3: notes for presidential address at the Society of Modern Languages and Literature, Taylor Institute, Oxford, 11 Mar 1939
  4. File 4: speech given at the Faculty of Modern History, in the Examination Schools, Oxford, 25 May 1939
  5. File 5: 'The Reader in Indian History: [?] by the Regius Professor of Modern History', read Feb 1940
  6. File 6: article on the unity of Europe written on request for The Round Table but returned Sep 1940 [unpublished], 1940
  7. File 7: 'Frederick II and the Eastern Empire', read at the Stubbs Society, Oxford, 23 May 1941 Unrelated notes on family memoirs of Sir. O. Mosley on verso n.d. [1941?]
  8. File 8: 'The Study of History in a Christian University', an address read on Oct 1941

Dates

  • 1936-1941

Extent

1 box

Shelfmark

MS. 12384/24/1

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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