Rede Lecture

The Sir Robert Rede's Lecture (usually Rede Lecture) is an annual lecture given at the University of Cambridge. It is named for Sir Robert Rede, who was Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in the sixteenth century.

Lectures Edit

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Year Title Lecturer
1859 MammaliaOn the classifaction and geographical distribution of the Mammalia IA Owen, RichardRichard Owen
1860 LifeLife on the earth, its origin and succession IA Phillips, JohnJohn Phillips
1865 RadiationOn Radiation Tyndall, JohnJohn Tyndall
1890 ErasmusErasmus Jebb, Richard ClaverhouseRichard Claverhouse Jebb
1894 Libraries in the Medieval and Renaissance Periods Clark, John WillisJohn Willis Clark
1895 Early Renaissance in EnglandThe Early Renaissance in England Creighton, MandellMandell Creighton
1901 English Law and the Renaissance Maitland, Frederic WilliamFrederic William Maitland
1902 On an Inversion of Ideas as to the Structure of the Universe Reynolds, OsborneOsborne Reynolds
1910 The parallel between the English and American civil warsparallel between the English and American civil wars Firth, Charles HardingCharles Harding Firth
1911 Steam TurbineThe Steam Turbine Parson, Charles AlgernonCharles Algernon Parsons
1913 Modern Parliamentary Eloquence Curzon, George NathanielGeorge Nathaniel Curzon
1917 Science and Industry Glazebrook, RichardRichard Tetley Glazebrook
1919 Science and War Moulton, John FletcherJohn Fletcher Moulton
1922 Victorian Age, theThe Victorian Age Inge, William RalphWilliam Ralph Inge

1858-1899 Edit

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