The author, Graham Zellick, discusses the University of London's 'understandable jealousy' on missing 'the opportunity to see its own academic dress utilized when Dr. Carey, a London graduate, chose Oxford for its model,' as speculated by Professor Cox. Rearders of Profesor Cox's article may be interested in the protracted exchange of correspondence with Lambeth Palace between 1996 and 1998 initiated by Zellick first as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the Universty of London and eventually as Vice-Chancellor and President. The correspondence is summarized in this article and largely speaks for itself, but some commentary will follow.
"Lambeth Academic Dress and the University of London,"
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