William Aslet on the discovery of a new miniature by Nicholas Hilliard

This month's Burlington Magazine 's cover article, on the discovery of a new miniature in France by the reowned Elizabethan painter Nicholas Hilliard, was co-authored by William Aslet one of our current graduate students. Further information can be found on the link below.

https://www.burlington.org.uk/archive/editorial/hilliard-in-europe

 

Peterhouse Music Society Lent Term Concert

 

Music Society Lent Term Concert

Tuesday 26 February, 7.30pm, Friends of Peterhouse Theatre

Handel, La Lucrezia, HWV 145

Cecilia McDowall, Shakespeare Songs

--Lottie Greenhow (Soprano)

--Pierre Riley (Piano)

Siobhan Connellan (Petrean, matric.2016), Suite for Flute and Oboe

Paul Hindemith, Flute Sonata

--Meg Wheeler (Flute)

--Simon Fraser (Oboe)

Entry is free to all events, and free wine and refreshments are provided on both occasions.

Lady Peggy Chadwick - Memorial Service

A memorial service to celebrate the life of Lady Peggy Chadwick, the widow of the Very Revd Professor Henry Chadwick KBE, FBA, Master of Peterhouse 1987-1993, will be held in the Cathedral at Christ Church, Oxford at 2pm on Wednesday 27 March 2019.

Lady Chadwick died peacefully just before Christmas on 22 December 2018, having only two months previously celebrated her 100th birthday. The family would be delighted to welcome any other members or friends of the College who would like to attend.

Persistence of imported Malaria into the UK: an epidemiological review of risk factors and at risk groups by Qubekani M Moyo, Martin Besser, Roderick Lynn, Andrew M Lever

The UK documented a fall of over 30% in imported cases of malaria annually between 1996–2003 however there are still around 1700 cases and 5–10 deaths each year. Prophylaxis health messages focus on families returning to their country of origin as being at particular risk.

The paper can be read at the Oxford Academic website

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