Professor Bruce Baker explains how one small nation’s approach to government has lessons for the rest of Africa.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in British Academy Review, Issue 13 (June 2009).
Funding through the British Academy Small Grants scheme has helped Professor Andy Miah and Dr Beatriz Garcia to pursue their research into the ‘non-accredited’ media at the Olympic Games. Here they describe the role of this alternative media coverage, and explain its significance for Britain on the approach to London 2012.
Dr Liz Walker received a British Academy Small Research Grant to study the experiences of fathers who had spent time in prison. Here she reveals that it is a complex picture.
Since 1998, the British Academy has awarded small research grants to support a project in Jordan, conducted jointly by Dr Robert Bewley and Professor David Kennedy: they describe their work here. Also, at a conference held at the Academy in May 2001, the Academy launched its report on aerial archaeology: Dr Robert Bewley, convenor of the report working party, describes the significance of aerial survey for archaeology.