School of Oriental and African Studies

@article{Coulson1939SchoolOO,
  title={School of Oriental and African Studies},
  author={Noel J. Coulson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1939},
  volume={144},
  pages={1006-1007}
}
NOTWITHSTANDING the transfer of the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London to Christ's College, Cambridge, the building of the School's new premises in the University of London area is being pushed forward, and should be completed, if nothing untoward intervenes, by May next. It was intended that the School should open there for the session 1940–41. In the recently issued annual report for the session 1938–39, the first of Lord Harlech's chairmanship of the Governing… Expand
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