The humanities and social sciences are the UK’s first choice out of all university subjects, finds a poll published today by the British Academy on the launch of its annual Summer Showcase, a free public festival for curious minds.
Six Fellows of the British Academy were recognised for their contributions to scholarship and national life in the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.
The President of The British Academy, Professor Sir David Cannadine, has delivered the 2019 Holberg Prize Banquet speech
The British Academy responds following the publication of the Augar Review of Post-18 Education and Funding, commissioned by Prime Minister Theresa May in 2018.
A new report outlines the benefits of learning a language, such as the increased capacity for empathy and creativity.
We need an immigration system that welcomes skilled people from overseas
Theology and Religious Studies disciplines must confront significant challenges or risk ‘disappearing from our universities’ at a time when they have never been more needed, says the British Academy in a new report showing a steep decline in student numbers
The British Academy today supports calls for the Office for National Statistics (ONS) to reconsider the wording of questions in the Census which collect data on the languages spoken in the UK