Glasgow Science Festival: Two Marys
Meet the Marys who shaped the political and scientific life of Glasgow through this lecture at Glasgow Caledonian University as part of this year's Glasgow Science Festival!
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Meet the Marys who shaped the political and scientific life of Glasgow through this lecture in three parts: the tale of political activist Mary Barbour (1875-1958), through the art of Sharon Thomas; the tale of Professor of dietetics Mary Andross (1893-1968), based on material from GCU archives; and a look at current trends. Includes reception at 17:30-18:00
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