The latest news from the British Academy.
The British Academy has elected 84 new Fellows in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the SHAPE subjects – the social sciences, humanities and the arts.
Professor Julia Black is today confirmed as the 30th President of the British Academy.
The British Academy welcomes the British Council’s annual Languages Trends report.
The British Academy, jointly with the University Council of Modern Languages, will next week convene a new Strategic Committee for Languages in Higher Education.
Knowledge exchange in the SHAPE disciplines – Social Sciences, Humanities & the Arts – brings significant social and economic benefits, which universities can capture through the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF), the British Academy says today in a new report
The British Academy's outgoing President, historian Professor Sir David Cannadine, has written a letter to all students preparing to graduate in SHAPE disciplines.
Memories from the Margins: Violence, Conflict and Counter-Narratives, demonstrates how fairer approaches to the management of heritage and memory can contribute to healing trauma and building sustainable peace in the aftermath of conflict.
The British Academy has responded to the Government’s new science and research plans which aims to help the UK become a ‘global science superpower’ and put research at the heart of decision-making
The British Academy publishes a new collection of articles focused on urban violence, featuring contributions from policymakers and academic researchers from across the humanities and social sciences.
Three Fellows of the British Academy were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for their contribution to scholarship and national life.
The British Academy is working in partnership with the Wolfson Foundation to coordinate a pilot Network for Early Career Researchers (ECRs) in the humanities and social sciences.
The British Academy has awarded nearly £3.5million in Mid-Career Fellowships to 28 outstanding academics whose research will contribute towards public understanding of the humanities and social sciences
The British Academy and the Wolfson Foundation have awarded funding to six outstanding early career researchers to promote and facilitate high quality research in the humanities and social sciences across the UK.
New research by humanities and social sciences scholars in the UK and Africa highlights different approaches to transitional justice and their contributions towards peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
The British Academy is awarding £1.4 million to support 160 research projects throughout the UK in its latest round of Small Research Grants.
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