Welcome to this new look issue of the British Academy Review.
A ‘From the Archive’ article.
Jane E Everson, Andrew Hiscock and Stefano Jossa on three writers receiving centenary celebrations this year.
Kristine Korzow Richter tells us all what we can learn from the fish we have eaten.
Angela Cummine argues the case for citizen control over public wealth.
Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington argues that lessons from evolution can support academic critique of how society is run.
Philip Lancaster tells how his study of the War Poets has inspired him to compose a new musical work.
Sarah Bowen Savant reveals how computer algorithms can aid the comparison of medieval Arabic texts.
Marina Warner talks about life as an independent scholar, and why fairy tales matter so much to us.
Uta Frith on how much we have learned about autism, but how much more there is still to understand.
Linda Colley discusses a transatlantic career studying global history, British angst, and why constitutions matter.
A guide to good listening from the British Academy.
Eleanor Dickey discusses language learning manuals from the ancient world.
Evelien Bracke has been looking for answers.
Almut Hintze explains why we need to know more about a small group that has an ancient heritage and current global significance.
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