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The 19th Century saw the development of a mathematics profession with people earning their living from teaching, examining and researching and with the mathematical centre of gravity moving from France to Germany.

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This is a series of free public lectures investigating the portrayal of Christian themes in art from the first Christians through to the modern day.

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Professor the Lord plant of Highfield is the Gresham Professor of Divinity. He has been Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy at King's College London since 2002 and he has been a Member of the House of Lords since 1992.

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In 1863 Charles Baudelaire, wrote about the 'Painter of Modern Life' depicting the uniformity of male dress codes with its black suits, top hats and patent leather boots as having created 'a cortege of undertakers'.

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Belinda Jack is Fellow and Tutor in French at Christ Church, University of Oxford. She features regularly in the press and media thanks to the popularity and insight of her published work.

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Christopher Hogwood, world-renowned conductor, keyboard player, musicologist, writer, editor and broadcaster, is Professor of Music at Gresham College.

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The series looks at the Victorians not just in Britain but in Europe and the wider world.

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Gresham College has been providing free public lectures since 1597, making us London’s oldest higher education institution.

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Epidemic diseases have been as important as war in their devastating effects on human society through the ages. This series of lectures looks at them in their relation to society, the economy, culture and ideas, and the state.

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The English Middle Ages saw the construction of some of the world's greatest buildings, structures that still shape our towns, cities and countryside and mould our national identity. This tradition continued into modern times and beyond.

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