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Tureck Bach Research Foundation
THE SECOND ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

The Second Annual Symposium took place at St John's College, Oxford, on April 19, 20 and 21 1997.

SUBJECTS:

STRUCTURE - Principles and Applications in the Sciences and Music. April 19

THE NOTION OF AUTHENTICITY. April 20

DISCUSSION. April 21


Participants:
Dr. Stephanie Dalley, Assyriology, Oxford University
Prof. Mitchell Feigenbaum, Physics, Rockefeller University
Sir David Smith, Botany, Pres. Wolfson College, Oxford University
Prof. Brian Trowell, Music, Oxford University
Dr. Rosalyn Tureck, Music, Oxford University


Second Annual Symposium
Lecture Programme
St John's College, Oxford, April 1997

LECTURES

19 April - Saturday
STRUCTURE
10.00AM - 11.15AMDr. Rosalyn Tureck - Music
11.15AM - 11.30PMCoffee
11.30AM - 12.45PMProf. Mitchell Feigenbaum - Physics
1.00PM - 2.30PMBuffet Lunch
3.00PM - 4.15PMSir David Smith - Time as a Dimension in Biological Systems and Structures
4.30PM - 5.30PMBrian Trowell - Proportion and Structure in Late Medieval Music
7.30PMGala Dinner

20 April - Sunday
THE NOTION OF AUTHENTICITY
10.00AM - 10.45AMDr. Rosalyn Tureck - Musical Authenticity - Is it a legitimate offspring of Janus?
10.45AM - 11.30AMSir David Smith - The Authenticity of the Independence of Individuals in Biology
11.30AM - 12.15PMCoffee
12.15PM - 1.00PMProf. Mitchell Feigenbaum - Physics
1.00PM - 2.30PMBuffet Lunch
3.00PM - 4.00PMDr. Stephanie Dalley - Authorship, Variation and Canonicity in Gilgamesh and other Ancient Texts
4.00PM - 5.00PMQuestion and Answer Period
5.00PMReception - Drinks

21 April - Monday
DISCUSSION - ALL LECTURERS
10.30AM - 12.30PMRound Table Discussion with Lecturers
Dr. Rosalyn Tureck
Sir David Smith
Prof. Mitchell Feigenbaum
Dr. Stephanie Dalley
1.00PM - 2.30PMClosing - Buffet Lunch

Lectures from this Second Annual Symposium by Dr Tureck, Sir David Smith, Prof. Trowell and Dr Dalley are contained in the second issue of the Tureck Bach Research Foundation journal, INTERACTION, published September 1999.