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Minutes of the Faculty Board of Moral Science, predecessor, successor and subordinate bodies, 1860 - 2015

Reference Code: GBR/0265/UA/Min.V.10 etc

Scope and Contents

From the Sub-Management Group:

Minutes of Boards of Studies, from 1926 known as Faculty Boards, may cover governance, appointments, budgets, curriculum development, examining and accommodation.


  • 1860 - 2015


Conditions Governing Access

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Biographical / Historical

The board has had the following changes of name: Board of Moral Science Studies, 1860-88; Special Board for Moral Science, 1889-1926; Faculty Board of Moral Science, 1926-69: Faculty Board of Philosophy, 1969- .

Language of Materials


Immediate Source of Acquisition

Min.V.133-5 were transferred to the University Archives by Dr D.H. Mellor on 24 Mar. 1982; Min.V.10A-E by the Faculty Administrator on 4 July 1985; Min.V.146, 171A-B by Mrs Watkins-Wright, Philosophy Faculty Office, 1 Oct. 1990; 408-9 by Margrit Edwards, Administrative Secretary, 2 Nov. 2005; 435-6 by Charlie Evans, Secretarial Assistant, 25 May 2009; 440-2 by Lesley Lancaster, Administrator, 22 Aug. 2011; 480-3 by Charlie Evans, Graduate Secretary, on 9 May 2015.


Faculty Board of Moral Science

Finding aid date

1997-12-22 14:18:32+00:00

Repository Details

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