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Abrams, Dominic. Interview (32)

Adda, Jérôme & Cornaglia, Francesca. The Effect of Taxes and Bans on Passive Smoking (11)

Addyman, Peter. Creating heritage: Vikings, Jorvik and public interest archaeology (27)

Adès, Dawn. ‘Aspects of Art’: The lecture series (22)

Adès, Dawn. Interview (32)

Allen, Mark. Middle Eastern Politics and Oil (13)

Alloway, Ross. ‘Levelled by booksellers’: Sir Walter Scott, Robert Cadell, and the Economic Crash of 1825-1826 (11)

Al-Rodhan, Nayef. Understanding global culture – and ourselves (31)

Amin, Ash. On geese, gold and eggs (31)

Amin, Ash. Editorial: ‘Global’ Brexit Britain (35)

Amin, Ash & Lewis, Philip. Why Brexit matters for the humanities and social sciences (31)

Armour, John. The case for ‘forward compliance’ (34)

Armstrong, Karen. Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Transcultural Understanding [speech] (22)

Ashdowne, Richard. Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (24)

Atkinson, Juliette. The Victorians and French novels (30)

Aspray, Silvianne, Kirby, Benjamin, Lieu, Judith & Ram-Prasad, Chakravarti. Theology and Religious Studies: new inspirations? (35)

Atkinson, Tony. Britain, Germany and Social Europe, 1973-2020 (17)

Ayers, Tim. The Medieval Stained Glass of Wells Cathedral (9)

Ayers, Tim. The stained glass of Merton College, Oxford (22)

Baker, Bruce. Africa’s Secret Success Story: Cape Verde (13)

Banerjee, Mukulika. A ‘Professor of Electoral Engineering’: An election campaign in West Bengal (15)

Barry, Brian. Politics as a Vocation [2]

Bastia, Tanja. Migration and older people in Bolivia: Between opportunities and new vulnerabilities (27)

Bate, Jonathan. Interview (23)

Bayly, Christopher. ‘The Nation Within’: British India at War 1939-1945 (8)

Bayly, Martin J Bayly. Imagining new worlds: forging ‘non-western’ International Relations in late colonial India (30)

Beard, Mary. Interview (23)

Beard, Mary. Refining the chemical attraction of humanities scholarship (33)

Beattie, Geoffrey. Optimism bias and climate change (33)

Becker, Felicitas. The Rise of Islamic Radicalism in Tanzania (12)

Beckles Willson, Rachel. The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra (10)

Bennet, John. From Grexit to Brexit: A view from Athens (31)

Bennett, Robert. Review of Graduate Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences [6]

Bennett, Robert. Chambers of Commerce: from protesters to government partners (20)

Bent, Margaret & Wathey, Andrew. Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music [3]

Benzeval, Michaela & Buck, Nick. Understanding society (26)

Beresford-Jones, David. How do different kinds of societies cause and mitigate environmental change? The case of the lost woodlands of ancient Nasca (18)

Besley, Tim. The Fiscal Challenge (15)

Besley, Tim & Hennessy, Peter. The Global Financial Crisis - Why Didn’t Anybody Notice? (14)

Besley, Tim & Hennessy, Peter. Financial and Economic Horizon-scanning (15)

Bewley, Robert & Kennedy, David. Aerial Archaeology [5]

Billington, James H. A Humanist’s Conversation with the 20th Century (Isaiah Berlin, 1909-1997)(14)

Binski, Paul. How Northern was the Northern Master at Assisi? [5]

Black, Lawrence & Pemberton, Hugh. Reassessing the seventies: the benighted decade (14)

Blackburn, Mark. Fifty volumes of the Sylloge of British coins [1]

Blick, Andrew. Constitutional Renewal (11)

Blick, Andrew. New Labour and the British Constitution (15)

Blitz, Brad. Tackling modern slavery in modern business (32)

Blundell, Richard. Welfare-to-Work: Which Policies Work and Why? [6]

Boden, M A. The Evolution of Cultural Entities [1]

Boden, Margaret A. Thinking intelligently about artificial intelligence (34)

Bowler, Peter. Darwinism, Creative Evolution, and Popular Narratives of ‘Life’s Splendid Drama’ (14)

Bowman, Alan. Romano-British Writing Tablets [1]

Bowman, Alan. Images and Artefacts of the Ancient World [4]

Bracke, Evelien. Is learning Latin beneficial for school pupils? (28)

Bradbury, Jennie & Proudfoot, Philip. Agriculture in the Fertile Crescent, from the deep past to the modern conflict (33)

Brahimi, Alia. Al-Qaeda since 9/11 (19)

Brassell, Tim. Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Why Should We Care? (16)

Breedon, Francis. Lessons from the Icelandic Bond Market (12)

Bremner, Alex & Conlin, Jonathan. Edward Augustus Freeman: Making history (27)

Brett, Martin. The acts of medieval English bishops, illustrated (17)

Breuilly, John. Nationalism and the History of Ideas [1]

Brockington, Grace. Rhyming Pictures: Walter Crane and the Art of Reading (10)

Brooks, Nicholas. The early charters of Canterbury Cathedral (24)

Brown, Archie. Explaining the Fall of European Communism in 1989 (14)

Bruce, Vicki. Interview (23)

Bruce Mitford, Timothy. Revealing Rome’s hidden frontier in eastern Turkey (34)

Buckley, Peter J. Can corporations contribute directly to social goals? (34)

Burnside, John. Graham Swift’s Waterland as soliloquy of suffering (32)

Burnyeat, M F. Plato [3]

Butler, David. The British Constitution in the Twentieth Century (8)

Butterworth, Brian. Everybody Counts but Not Everybody Understands Numbers (9)

Cameron, Averil. Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire [4]

Campbell, Gordon. From the East Midlands to the Middle East (31)

Cannadine, David. Mr Gladstone, Carlton House Terrace, and the mind of a statesman (19)

Cannadine, David. Interview (31)

Cannadine, David. The British Academy and civilisation(s) – past, present, future (33)

Carey, John. Why is Dickens so popular? (20)

Chandola, Tarani. The recession and stress at work (17)

Chatty, Dawn. Dispossession and Displacement: Forced Migration in the Middle East and Africa (11)

Cheung, Sin Yi & Heath, Anthony. Ethnic Minority Disadvantages in the Labour Market in Cross-National Perspectives (8)

Christie, Ian. Through a Glass Brightly: The Magic Lantern in History [5]

Christie, Ian. Interview (35)

Coates, Richard. The Survey of English Place-Names [2]

Coles, John. Rock Carvings of North and West Europe (8)

Colley, Linda. Interview (28)

Collini, Stefan. Looking back at ‘The next thirty years’ (30)

Collins, Paul. Gertrude Bell and Iraq: A life and legacy (24)

Conneller, Chantal, Milner, Nicky & Taylor, Barry. New finds at Star Carr (16)

Coombe, Penny. Roman sculpture from London and the South-East (25)

Cooper, Tarnya & Bolland, Charlotte. Under the microscope: New discoveries in British Renaissance art (26)

Cramp, Rosemary. Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture [2]

Cramp, Rosemary. Interview (35)

Cramp, Rosemary & Bailey, Richard N. The stone sculptures of Anglo-Saxon England (17)

Crawford, Harriet. The Power of the Past (10)

Cresswell, Mike. Educational Standards [3]

Crouch, Colin. Knowledge beyond frontiers (31)

Crystal, David. Language diversity, endangerment, and public awareness (18)

Cummine, Angela. Who owns state assets? (28)

Currie, Gregory. Past, Present, Proust [2]

Curtis, Vesta. Sasanian Coins [5]

Das, Santanu. D.H. Lawrence’s poetry and the senses (20)

Davies, Graham. Leopold Schweich and his Family (12)

d’Avray, David. Marriage Symbolism and the Papal Penitentiary (7)

Deary, Ian J & Ritchie, Stuart J. 10 quick questions about processing speed (24)

Deegan, Marilyn. Reflections on the ‘Academic Book of the Future’ project (29)

de-Graft Aikins, Ama. Africa’s Neglected Chronic Disease Burden: setting priorities for research, practice and policy (16)

Del Mar, Jonathan. New Urtext Edition: Beethoven Symphonies 1-9 [2]

Denard, Hugh. Virtual Archaeology: Reconceiving Rome’s ‘Theatre of Pompey’ [4]

Desai, Mihir A. & Dharmapala, Dhammika. The future of the company tax (34)

Diamond, Ian. Interview (31)

Dickey, Eleanor. Learning Latin the ancient way (28)

Dobson, Barrie. English Episcopal Acta (9)

Dove, Mary. The First English Bible: A Lost Opportunity (10)

Duffield, Mark. How did we become unprepared? Emergency and resilience in an uncertain world (21)

Dunbar, Robin. From Lucy to Language: The Archaeology of the Social Brain (9)

Dunbar, Robin. Why Humans aren’t just Great Apes (11)

Dunn, James D G. The roots of Christian fundamentalism in American Protestantism (22)

Dyson, Kenneth. European States and the Euro [4]

Dyson, Kenneth. Towards Polarised Differentiation: Changing Configurations of European Integration (14)

Earle, Rebecca. ‘The natives ... enquired what the Spaniards wanted. [They] answered “Food”.’ (15)

Edgar, Iain R. Encountering the ‘true dream’ in Islam: a Journey to Turkey and Pakistan (9)

Elliott, Marianne. Robert Emmet: The Making of a Legend (8)

Elliott, Marianne. The Good Friday Agreement, Ten Years On (12)

Emmerick, R E. Harold Walter Bailey, 1899-1996 [2]

Evans, Alun. Interview (26)

Evans, Alun. Getting ahead of the curve: What next for Scotland and the Union? (27)

Evans, Alun. A vibrant, cosmopolitan and competitive research community (30)

Evans, Alun. A new age of enlightenment? (33)

Evans, Richard J. Coercion and Consent in Nazi Germany (10)

Evans, Richard J. Eric Hobsbawm and all that jazz (27)

Evans, Richard J, with Harris, Ruth. Pursuing power in Europe, 1815–1914 (29)

Everson, Jane E, Hiscock, Andrew & Jossa, Stefano. Ariosto, Cervantes, and Shakespeare in 2016 (28)

Farina, Mirko. Neural plasticity: don’t fall for the hype (30)

Finlayson, Bill. The deep past as a social asset in Jordan (25)

Finnegan, Ruth. Should We Notice Researchers Outside the University? (10)

Foner, Eric. Abraham Lincoln: The Great Emancipator? (8)

Forbess, Alice. Restorative Justice on Trial: Reconciliation in Kosovo through the Reconstruction of Serbian Orthodox Heritage (13)

Forgacs, David. The ‘other’ in Italy (16)

Fortini Brown, Patricia. Music in Venetian art: seduction and spirituality (20)

Foster, Roy. Making a revolutionary generation in Ireland (21)

Foster, Roy. The vivid faces of Ireland’s revolutionary generation (27)

French, Tom. The St William Window, York Minster [3]

Frith, Uta. Interview (28)

Frost, Robert. The Polish-Lithuanian Union, 1386-1795 (21)

Frost, Robert. Unions, nations and states: A historical perspective (31)

Fuchs, Anne. Borders, Brexit and the Irish academic community (31)

Furniss, Graham. Newton International Fellowships (15)

Gabay, Clive. After 2015: Development and its alternatives (25)

Gamble, Andrew. The 2010 Spending Review: Implications for the state and its reach (16)

Garland, David. Moral Panics: Then and Now (10)

Garthwaite, Kayleigh. Telling it like it is (31)

Gearty, Conor. Interview (23)

Geddes, Jane. Christina of Markyate and the St Albans Psalter (8)

Genn, Hazel. Interview (23)

Geoghegan-Quinn, Máire. The future of social sciences and humanities in Horizon 2020 (19)

Gharibi, Khadij. Persian language use and maintenance in New Zealand’s Iranian diaspora (33)

Ginsburg, Jane C. ‘All the world’s knowledge’ (22)

Giovannetti, Jorge L. Empire beyond the Imperial Domain: British Colonial Encounters in Cuba (12)

Gleadle, Kathryn. Borderline Citizens: Women, Gender, and Political Culture in Britain, 1815-1867 (14)

Gleave, Robert. How to train a mulla: Seminaries in Shi’ite Islam (19)

Goldhill, Simon. Interdisciplinary collaborative research in British universities post-Brexit (31)

Gordon, John. Literature’s lasting impression (33)

Gow, Alan & Rhodes, Sinead. Rewrite the headlines! Helping young people evaluate how academic research is reported in the media (27)

Graham, Stephen. Welcome to the Software-Sorted Society (10)

Greatley-Hirsch, Brett & Baker, James. New tools for new research questions and answers (35)

Green, Toby. Identities in ‘Greater Senegambia’ and beyond: History and music in dialogue (27)

Greenfield, Adam. Urban challenges: Toward real and lasting social innovation (25)

Grenville, Anthony. Celebrating fifty years of the Thank-Offering to Britain Fund (27)

Griffin, Emma. Popular Recreation and the Significance of Space (9)

Griffith, Rachel. Food choices and public policy (31)

Griffiths, Simon & Hoag, Lili. Family Policies and Social Science (15)

Griffiths, Simon & McKay, Emma. Happy Families? (16)

Haddon, Catherine. Cabinets and the Bomb (10)

Haddon, Catherine. Political decision-making in a crisis (16)

Hague, Gill & Thiara, Ravi K. Bride-Price, Poverty and Domestic Violence in Uganda (15)

Hammond, Claudia. Telling it like it is (31)

Hand, David. Measuring sticks (29)

Hargreaves, Ian. Science, Society and the Media [4]

Harper, John. Exploring medieval liturgy in medieval churches (35)

Harris, Mark. Life on the Amazon [4]

Harris, Mark. The birth of Brazilian Amazonian cultures (30)

Harris, Rachel. Music among the Sibe of Xinjiang (9)

Harrison, Brian. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: New Technology, Enhanced Scholarship (7)

Haskell, Yasmin. Divine Intoxication? Jesuit Georgic Poetry on Exotic Beverages (7)

Hayward, J E S. A Social Scientist’s Sojourn in Beijing: Retrospective Reflections [4]

Heath, Anthony. Interview (23)

Heath, Anthony & Zimdars, Anna. Social mobility: drivers and policy responses revisited (17)

Hebgin-Barnes, Penny. The survival of stained glass in Sefton, Lancashire (17)

Heggarty, Paul & Beresford-Jones, David. Not the Incas? Weaving Archaeology and Language into a Single New Prehistory (12)

Hendy, David. Radio and the voice (25)

Hennessy, Peter. Ben Pimlott (11)

Hennessy, Peter. Interview (23)

Hennessy, Peter. Discussing what Prime Ministers are for (25)

Henry, Tom. Discovering Signorelli [3]

Herrmann, Georgina. ‘The Age of Ivory’: The Nimrud Project (9)

Heywood, Paul. Anti-corruption: bridging the gap between research and policy-making (28)

Hill, Peter. Kabuchi-cho Gangsters: Ethnic Succession in Japanese Organised Crime? (8)

Hillenbrand, Carole. A new introduction to Islam (29)

Hillenbrand, Robert. Propaganda in the Mongol ‘World History’ (17)

Hills, Alice. Military Operations in Cities (7)

Himmelfarb, Gertrude. Two Enlightenments [5]

Hinnells, J R. The Parsis of Bombay: their history and religion under British rule (6)

Hintze, Almut. Who are the Zoroastrians? (28)

Hix, Simon, Johnston, Ron & McLean, Iain. How to Choose an Electoral System (15)

Hobson, Marian. Languages Matter (10)

Hodgson, Godfrey. The Pendulum and the Pit: Changing Perceptions of the American Presidency [2]

Hohmann, Jessie. The true radicalism of the right to housing (21)

Hopkins, Antony. America’s forgotten empire (33)

Horesh, Uri. Language as a reflection of society: Examples from Palestinian Arabic (31)

Hosking, Geoffrey. The ‘Credit Crunch’ and Trust (11)

Howard, Jeffrey. Should we ban dangerous speech? (32)

Humphries, Jane & Schneider, Benjamin. Stranded spinsters (34)

Hunter, Michael. The Correspondence of Robert Boyle [5]

Ingold, Tim. Anthropology is not ethnography (11)

Ingold, Tim. Why anthropology matters (32)

Irwin, Colin. Public Opinion, Public Diplomacy and Peace Making (13)

Iyer, Sriya. Faith, Fertility, and the Field Economist (7)

Johnson, Matthew. ‘Big Society’, ‘good culture’, and aspiration (27)

Johnston, Ron & McLean, Iain. Individual electoral registration and the future of representative democracy (19)

Kadi, Ismail Hakki with Teh Gallop, Annabel & Peacock, Andrew. Islam, Trade and Politics across the Indian Ocean (14)

Kain, Roger. British Town Maps, 1470-1895: A catalogue and cartographical analysis [1]

Kain, Roger. Interview (35)

Kamposiori, Christina. Five librarians discuss the future of the academic book (29)

Karatsareas, Petros. The fragile future of the Cypriot Greek language in the UK (33)

Karmiloff-Smith, Annette. Elementary, my dear Watson, the clue is in the genes ... or is it? [6]

Kassabova, Kapka. Borders at the edge of Europe (34)

Kauffmann, C M. Corpus of Medieval Stained Glass [3]

Kavada, Anastasia. Digital communication technologies and the Occupy movement (26)

Kay, John. Copyright and Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: a British Academy Review (10)

Kay, John. Clearing a Path through the Copyright Jungle (11)

Kay, John. The function of the financial services sector (20)

Kay, John. Interview (23)

Kay, John. Ten years after the nationalisation of Northern Rock (32)

Keay, Simon. Scientific Approaches to the Study of Roman Ports (14)

Keay, Simon. Connectivity – in the Roman Mediterranean, and in archaeological research (31)

Kebbell, Mark. Witness Accuracy [3]

Kemp, Martin. A study of the studiolo (25)

Kendall, Tim. The Vision of Keith Douglas [5]

Kenny, Neil & Barnes, Harriet. Language learning: turning a crisis into an opportunity (35)

Kershaw, Ian. In conversation with Diarmaid MacCulloch (26)

Kettle, Martin. The Strange Career of British Democracy (13)

Kettle, Martin. The coalition starts its white-knuckle ride (17)

Keynes, Simon. Anglo-Saxon Charters [1]

Keynes, Simon. Mark Blackburn (1953-2011) and the Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles (19)

Klausen, Jytte. Islam in Europe: Culture War or Religious Toleration? (9)

Knowles, Caroline. Cities and infrastructures: A view from Kathmandu (33)

Knowles, Caroline & Tan, Michael. Shoes and social fabrics: Exploring the Journeys and Life-worlds of a Pair of Flip-flops (12)

Kohut, Thomas. Undergraduate and postgraduate choices framed by debt? (25)

Kostick, Conor. Five ways in which the medieval is relevant today (27)

Kuper, Adam. Culture and Identity Politics (9)

Kurtz, Donna. Ancient Pottery on the Web (9)

Lachmann, Peter. Vaccination: A Case Study in Risk Policy [6]

Lambert, David. Captivated by Africa’s Geography: James McQueen, Thomas Fowell Buxton and the Abolition of Slavery (10)

Lambert, Peter. The immediacy of a remote past: The afterlife of Widukind in the Third Reich (22)

Lancaster, Philip. A passion for war poetry (28)

Lapidge, Michael. Beowulf and Perception [4]

Law, Robin. The Royal African Company of England in West Africa 1681–1699 (10)

Law, Robin. The British Academy’s Africa Panel (10)

Leader, Ruth. Name Labels on Late Antique Mosaics [5]

Lee, Hermione. Interview (30)

Lester, Jeremy. De-centring our Gaze: The Urban Slums, Venezuela and Bolivia (12)

Lightfoot, Liz. The value of area studies (17)

Lipton, Michael. The food-population-resource crisis in the ‘short Africa’ (22)

Lloyd, Geoffrey. On the ‘Origins’ of Science [2]

Loades, David. The John Foxe Project [3]

Lochery, Neill. Israel’s Soviet Immigrants (8)

Loizides, Neophytos. An Eastern Mediterranean region like never before (26)

Lomax, Rachel. ‘Ending the party’: A practitioner’s perspective of fiscal squeeze (22)

Lowenthal, David & Jenkins, Simon. Prizing the past for the present and the future (18)

McBurney, Henrietta. The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: a Catalogue Raisonné [6]

McCarthy, Helen. Working at home: The key to gender equality? (33)

McCarthy, Natasha. Culture and community energy (28)

McCracken, John. Hearing voices from the Chilembwe Rising (27)

MacCulloch, Diarmaid. Interview (23)

McDougall, Kirsty. Earwitness evidence and the question of voice similarity (21)

McDowell, Linda. ‘Betweenness’: The Lives of Latvian Women Migrants (8)

Mace, Ruth. The Evolutionary Anthropology of the Family (15)

McEvoy, Kieran. Community Restorative Justice in Northern Ireland: Lessons from America [6]

Machielsen, Jan. A history of early modern Catholicism in a single object: John Hay’s manuscript Apologia (26)

Mackridge, Peter. The heritages of the modern Greeks (19)

McLean, Iain. Lessons from the Aberfan disaster and its aftermath (12)

Majevadia, Jamiesha. Where We Live Now: An approach to policy and growth that is centred on place (29)

Mann, Nicholas. From Laurel to Fig: Petrarch and the Structures of the Self [2]

Mann, Nicholas. From the Foreign Secretary [2]

Mansnerus, Erika. The working life of models (21)

Marenbon, John. Medieval British philosophers (17)

Marková, Ivana. Trust and Democratic Transition in Post-Communist Europe [6]

Marks, Shula. White Masculinity: Jan Smuts, Race and the South African War [4]

Marmor, Theodore. Academics, Academies and Public Policy: The Case of the American Health Care Debate (15)

Marsh, Jackie. Research on childhood and play: Drawing on the Opie legacy (21)

Marshall, Peter. Biographical Memoirs of British Academy Fellows (11)

Mason, Michael. Examining Recent Civil Society Initiatives of the World Trade Organisation: What Role for Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations? (7)

Matthews, Elaine. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names [5]

Matthews, Jonathan & Kohut, Thomas. The shifting landscape in higher education and research(27)

Mattingly, David. The Society of Libyan Studies [6]

Mayer, Colin. Interview (30)

Mayer, Colin. Editorial: Averting corporate crises (34)

Mayer, Colin & Richards, Henry. How can we change the nature of the corporation? (34)

Merridale, Catherine. On Lenin’s trail (29)

Miah, Andy & Garcia, Beatriz. The Olympic Games: Imagining a New Media Legacy (15)

Mickel, Emanuel J. The Old French Crusade Cycle (8)

Millar, Fergus. British Academy Centenary Monographs [6]

Millie, Andrew & Bullock, Karen. Re-imagining policing post-austerity (19)

Millington, Chris. Scuffles and skirmishes in interwar French politics (32)

Milsom, John. Tudor music on the international stage (25)

Mitchell, Piers D & Millard, Andrew R. Migration in the Crusades to the Medieval Middle East (10)

Mithen, Steven. Neolithic Beginnings in Western Asia and Beyond (7)

Mitter, Rana. Interview (34)

Monsiváis, Carlos. Mexico City’s Metro (A Voyage to the End of the Squeeze) (12)

Moore, Henrietta L. Whose business is prosperity? (34)

Moorey, P R S. Terracotta Female Figurines and Goddesses in Early Israelite Religion [6]

Morgan, Mary. The academic book of the future (27)

Morgan, Mary. Editorial (29)

Morgan, Mary S. Interview (33)

Morgan, W John. Martin Buber: Philosopher of Dialogue and of the Resolution of Conflict (10)

Morgan, W John & Kliucharev, Grigori A. Civil society in Russia: Rural clubs and a ‘new popular education’ (21)

Mumford, Andrew. How terrorist groups ‘learn’: Innovation and adaptation in political violence (26)

Murray, Kylie. A newly identified Scottish Boethius manuscript: Rethinking Scotland’s intellectual and literary culture in the Middle Ages (26)

Mycock, Andrew & Wellings, Ben. The Anglosphere: Past, present and future (31)

Nasta, Susheila. End of empire and the English novel (19)

Newson, Linda. Latin America, the Caribbean, and the British Academy (12)

Nicholls, Matthew. Digital visualisation: Ancient Rome, and beyond (27)

Nicholson, Paul T. A Hoard of Votive Bronzes from the Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara(8)

Noel, William. Archimedes and Company (10)

Norris, Harry. Georgia, the ‘Man in the Leopard’s Skin’: The Past, Present and Future of Georgia’s Middle Eastern Communities (12)

Nuttall, A D. Two Political Poems: Marvell’s ‘Horatian Ode’ and Yeats’ ‘No Second Troy’ [1]

Nutton, Vivian. New light on ancient medicine (18)

O’Ceallaigh, Dáithí. Conflict resolution and reconciliation: An Irish persective (17)

O’Connell Davidson, Julia. The making of modern slavery: Whose interests are served by the new abolitionism? (24)

Offer, Avner, Pechey, Rachel & Ulijaszek, Stanley. Obesity: The Welfare Regime Hypothesis (15)

Olivola, Christopher. Death Tolls and our Perception of Human Fatalities (15)

O’Neill, Onora. President’s Foreword (10)

O’Neill, Onora. Integrity and quality in universities: accountability, excellence and success (20)

O’Riordan, Tim & Lenton, Tim. Tackling tipping points (18)

Osborne, Robin. The impact of Moses Finley (29)

Pace, Michelle. Democracy in Palestine and the Middle East Peace Process (13)

Page, Caroline. ‘Good Allies’: How Australia and New Zealand entered the Vietnam War (15)

Palfrey, David. How Philosophers Die (10)

Parkin, Jon & Stanton, Timothy. Toleration, Past and Present (11)

Parsons, Peter. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project [6]

Parsons, Peter. New Greek Texts From Oxyrhynchus (14)

Pascolini-Campbell, Claire. Fairy tales at the British Academy (26)

Peacock, Andrew. The Frontiers of the Ottoman World: Fortifications, Trade, Pilgrimage and Slavery (10)

Pemberton, Hugh. History and the Pensions Crisis (9)

Pemberton, Hugh & Black, Lawrence. The ‘Winter of Discontent’ in British Politics (13)

Perrett, David I, Whitehead, Ross D & Ozakinci, Gozde. Eating fruit and vegetables gives your skin a golden glow (21)

Phillipson, David W. Aksum: An African Civilisation [3]

Pizzone, Aglae. When Homer met Phantasia: Fiction, epic poetry and entertainment literature in Byzantium (19)

Poole, Adrian. Macbeth and the Third Person [1]

Poole, Elizabeth, de Quincey, Ed & Giraud, Eva. Contesting #stopIslam: Tensions around hate speech on social media (33)

Porter, James. Psalms for King James: Jean Servin’s Music for George Buchanan’s Latin Psalm Paraphrases (1579) (12)

Poulter, Andrew. Nicopolis ad Istrum [4]

Preminger, Jonathan. Dogged by history: Why Israel’s powerful labour federation was rejected by the 2011 social protest movement (27)

Putter, Ad. Personifications of Old Age in medieval poetry: Charles d’Orléans (17)

Rankin, Susan. Music for a late Anglo-Saxon Benedictine Abbey: The Winchester Troper (11)

Rea, Will. Ibadan 1960 (10)

Redworth, Glyn. ‘A Monster Among Decisions’: Prince Charles’s Journey to Madrid, 1623 (8)

Rees, Graham. The Oxford Francis Bacon, and the Materiality of Texts (11)

Richardson, Genevra. Gauging the impact of artificial intelligence on work (34)

Richter, Kristine Korzow. Fish ’n’ ships: a story about food and holistic outreach (28)

Roberts, Adam. Rising to the Challenge (14)

Roberts, Adam. Universities and research under the axe (16)

Roberts, Adam. From Land’s End to John o’Groats: A Fundraising Challenge (16)

Roberts, Adam. Scholarship and international relations (21)

Roberts, Adam. The British Academy 2009-2013: reflections (22) 

Roberts, Adam. Interview (23)

Roberts, Adam. Global power, influence and perception in the 21st century (24)

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