The latest news from the British Academy.
The British Academy awards seed funding to support UK-Canada collaborative research
Reacting to new subject data released today by UCAS, the British Academy warns that while there has been a long-term decline in enrolments in the humanities, the reality behind the eye-catching stats is more complicated
The British Academy stressed the importance of maintaining the current budget for UK research and innovation alongside additional investments in Horizon Europe.
Former US Vice President Al Gore, SASB Chief Executive Janine Guillot and others will speak at the upcoming Purpose Summit on 1-4 February.
The Office for Students’ (OfS) proposals for regulating quality in higher education could inadvertently lead to the closure of vital humanities and social science courses, the British Academy says today.
The British Academy’s prestigious non-fiction book prize announces new jury members as it opens for entries.
The British Academy has today responded to the package of government announcements on higher and further education.
The Journal will from today welcome submissions from across the British Academy’s funded research and policy programmes for the first time.
The British Academy supports collaborations between scholars in the UK and Brazil on topics relating to the Sustainable Development Goals.
The British Academy responds to the agreement between the UK and the EU.
Fellows of the British Academy have been conferred with public honours in the New Year 2021 Public Honours List.
Margaret Atwood receives the British Academy President's Medal 2020.
Viscount Runciman of Doxford, former President of the British Academy, has passed away aged 86
A new research and policy collaboration from the British Academy and the Nuffield Foundation will award over £500,000 in research funding to identify practical solutions to improve community cohesion and resilience.
The new Jordan-UK El Hassan bin Talal Research Chair in Sustainability (EHRCS) has been awarded to Professor Iain Stewart.
The COVID-19 crisis highlights the need for anglophone nations to step up language learning, the British Academy warns today in an unprecedented joint statement with organisations from the USA, Canada and Australia