The British Academy is a fellowship of around 1,400 leading national and international academics elected for their distinction in the humanities and social sciences.
Jewish Studies: Jews and Judaism and Late Antiquity (Dead Sea Scrolls; Bible Interpretation; Magic and Mysticism; Jewish-Christian Relations; Judaism and Hellenism)
Pedagogy, policy and culture in primary education; comparative education; classroom discourse.
History of Art
Legal and constitutional theory, particularly the moral ideal of the rule of law; public law and civil liberties, especially the common law constitution of the United Kingdom (common law constitutionalism)
Financial Economics; corporate finance, asset pricing, financial innovation, comparative financial systems, financial crises, and financial regulation
Early Christian literature, especially the study of letters and homilies and the edition of Greek texts; translations from Greek and Latin
Renaissance philosophy, particularly the Platonism of Marsilio Ficino & Pica della Mirandola; Renaissance poetry, magic, mythology, iconography & hermeneutics; Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare.
Economic History (Economics) Asia Europe
Law Public Law
Painting and its cultural circumstances in Europe, 1500 to the present; writing about and critical attitudes to looking at art; the practice and uses of photography
Transformations in contemporary society/space relations; urban and regional development; re-imagining the economy; new forms of politics and citizenship; the idea of Europe; race and multiculturalism
Social, economic and geographic histories of Scotland, the UK, and Western Europe since the 18th century. Social economy of households and families
Egalitarianism in history and the present, particularly with respect to labour, race and gender; social and moral epistemology, values in social science, pragmatism