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"The Twenty-Four Hour Day of Machinery and Capital," will be the subject of the first speech by Eugen Rosenstock-Hussy, professor of Law and Sociology, in a series of annual public lectures sponsored by the Lowell Institute under the direction of President-emeritus Lowell. The lecture will be given at 5 o'clock today in Huntington Hall.
The series includes eight lectures, to be given on successive Tuesdays and Fridays. In the first four, Professor Rosenstock-Hussy will consider the "world of modern industry as a challenge to all our standards in family, education, government, art, and church." The latter four will deal with "possible answers and solutions in order to restore society in the New World."
Professor Rosenstock-Hussy has been appointed Kuno Francke Professor of German Art and Culture for 1934-35. He is also head of the Academy of Labor in Frankfurt and was vice-chairman of the World Association for Adult Education from 1929 to 1933. Since last October he has been conducting historical seminars in the University.
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