Professor Adam Kuper FBA discusses the history of ideas about culture, and their significance in debates about identity in Europe today.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in British Academy Review, Issue 9.
Richard Wilson (Lord Wilson of Dinton), Secretary of the Cabinet from 1998 to 2002, and now Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, looks at three recent British Academy publications that contribute to current debates on good government.
Dr Mark Whalan is Lecturer in American Literature and Culture at the University of Exeter. In the article below, he discusses African American soldiers’ experience of the Great War and the New Negro Renaissance.
In 2005 the Academy published the 30th in its ambitious series of volumes containing the texts of all English episcopal acta to survive for the period between the Norman Conquest and the emergence of bishops’ registers during the course of the thirteenth century. Professor Barrie Dobson FBA, current Chairman of the English Episcopal Acta editorial committee, reviews the progress of this enterprise and indicates its importance for all branches of medieval studies.