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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.
The British Academy’s free annual festival of ideas for curious minds will run from 14-19 June, offering a mix of online and in-person events and the chance to hear directly from academics at the forefront of new research in the humanities and social sciences – from historians and archaeologists to …
As consultations on reforms to GCSE qualifications in modern foreign languages (MFL) close tomorrow, the British Academy calls for further reflection and a renewed focus on cultural learning to widen the appeal of the discipline
The British Academy has published a collection of essays by researchers in the humanities and social sciences as part of its multi-year Experiencing Violence project.
The British Academy today welcomes the findings of a new report by Aston Business School and the Association of Translation Companies that shows language skills play a key role in the success of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK
The British Academy has today warned of the unintended but serious impacts of funding cuts for some humanities and performing and creative arts courses, including archaeology, which are the subject of consultation by the Office for Students (OfS)
The British Academy has awarded funding to 10 established academics across the UK, allowing them to complete a major research project
Business and Management Studies (BMS) has huge potential to drive positive long-term social change outside of academia owing to its continuing popularity, diversity and success in addressing social and environmental issues.
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