Delivered by Sir Tony Wrigley PBA to the 99th Annual General Meeting of the British Academy on 5 July 2001.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in Review, January-July 2001.
Keith Douglas (1920-1944), poet, artist, prose writer and veteran of El Alamein, was the subject of the 2001 Chatterton Lecture, delivered at the British Academy on 26 April 2001 by Dr Tim Kendall. In this edited extract, Dr Kendall considers the centrality of the ‘visual’ in Douglas’s poetry.
As part of her British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship (1998-2001), Dr Rebekah Widdowfield has been examining media representations of homelessness and homeless people in the local, regional and national press. This has been a wide-ranging study examining the type of article, content, approach, language and, where possible, the use of photographs and other visual imagery.
The British Academy publishes a regular account of its activities by means of its biannual ‘Review’. This issue of the ‘Review’ covers events and activities that took place during the first half of the year, from January to July 2001. It is the fifth issue of the ‘Review’.