A ‘From the Archive’ article
A compassionate transition to sustainability.
Tim O’Riordan and his colleagues in the Learned Society of Wales present the case for a much more compassionate approach in the transitions to a sustainable society co-operating with a resilient Planet Earth
Christine Chinkin reflects on international attempts to counter the perpetration of sexual violence in armed conflict
Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne explore challenges presented by robotics and AI in Norway and the UK
James Raven on the book world of 18th-century London … and Bishop Pontoppidan’s sea monsters.
Sarah Worthington on making sense of law in business.
Brett Greatley-Hirsch and James Baker talk to the British Academy Review about the potential of digital research in the humanities
John Harper tells a story of evidence, imagination and realisation
Ayşe Üskül and Michelle Ryan applaud the transformative impact of the British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship scheme
Annabel Tremlett illustrates how everyday images can challenge stereotypes of Roma, Gypsy and Traveller people
Roger Kain on the history of maps, and mapping the future of the British Academy
Rosemary Cramp on celebrating the stone sculpture of the Anglo-Saxons
Neil Kenny and Harriet Barnes spell out the British Academy’s call for action
Silvianne Aspray, Benjamin Kirby, Judith Lieu and Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad discuss past and future directions