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Distinguished Lecture - Professor Dov Gabbay

Posted on 01/06/2012
Tense-in-Language

The Department of Informatics is hosting the first in a series of Distinguished Lectures on 21 June 2012. The event celebrates the career of Emeritus Professor Dov Gabbay who will deliver a lecture on The Logic of Tense in Language.

The event will take place from 16:00 in the Old Anatomy Lecture Theatre and is free and open to the public. There is a requirement for registration though and this can be done online at www.dovgabbbay.eventbrite.com.  

More information including a lecture abstract, flyer and specific timings can be found on our event webpage. 

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