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IRWIN, (George) Alan (born 1955), Professor, Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School, since 2015 (Dean of Research, 2007–14)

Carol Gold. Educating Middle Class Daughters: Private Girls Schools in Copenhagen, 1790–1820. (Danish Humanist Texts and Studies, number 13.) Cophenhagen: Museum Tusculanum. 1996. Pp. 243. $45.00

SHANKS, S(eymour) Cochrane (1893 - 1980), Consulting Radiologist to University College Hospital; late Lecturer in Radiology, University College Hospital Medical School (Dean of the Medical School, 1943–49); late Radiologist, Goldie Leigh Hosp.; late Hon. Radiologist: University College, London; Lord Mayor Treloar’s Hosp., Alton; Past Adviser in Radiology to the Ministry of Health; Past Warden of Fellowship, Past President, Skinner and Knox lecturer, and Gold Medallist (1973), RCR; Member, Spens Committee on remuneration of Consultants and Specialists, 1947; Examiner in Radiology to Universities of Durham and Liverpool; Examiner in X-ray Diagnosis, 1942, and in Medicine, 1952, RCR; Examiner in Radiology, RCP, 1940–44; Fellow (Past Hon. Treas.) RSM (PP and Hon. Mem., Section of Radiology); Fellow and Lettsomian Lecturer, Medical Society of London; Hon. Fellow, Royal Inst. of Public Health and Hygiene; Hon. Mem., British Assoc. of Dermatologists; Senior Vice-President, 6th International Congress of Radiology, 1950; Vice-Pres. Emeritus, 7th International Congress of Radiology, Copenhagen, 1953; Past Pres., Medical Defence Union; Past Chm. Institute of Dermatology, British Post-Graduate Medical Federation; Member: British Institute of Radiology; BMA (Past Chm. Medico-legal Sub-Cttee); Distribution Cttee King Edward’s Hosp. Fund, 1949–59

 

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Is the name usually given to the structuralist movement in Danish linguistics that developed in the early 1930s around Viggo Brøndal and Louis Hjelmslev. Both Brøndal and Hjelmslev attended the ...

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