British Academy Review, Issue 21, January 2013

07 Apr 2016
72

The fruits of research in the humanities and social sciences.
As usual, this issue contains articles derived from the British Academy’s programmes of events and publications. But the issue concentrates on the Academy’s support for academic research.


You may download the whole issue, or click on the links below for individual articles.



In this issue


Eating fruit and vegetables gives your skin a golden glow
David I Perrett, Ross D Whitehead and Gozde Ozakinci


The Polish-Lithuanian Union, 1386-1795
Robert Frost


Making a revolutionary generation in Ireland
Roy Foster


The working life of models
Erika Mansnerus


Earwitness evidence and the question of voice similarity
Kirsty McDougall


The true radicalism of the right to housing
Jessie Hohmann


British Academy Small Research Grants: an anniversary worth celebrating


Research on childhood and play: Drawing on the Opie legacy 
Jackie Marsh


Transcribe Bentham!


A failure of faith: Herbert Grierson, Thomas Carlyle, and the British Academy ‘Master Mind’ Lecture of 1940 
David R Sorensen


British Academy Schools Language Awards 2012


Scholarship and international relations
Adam Roberts


A registration crisis? History and policy
Simon Szreter and Keith Breckenridge


Civil society in Russia: Rural clubs and a new popular education
W John Morgan and Grigori A Kliucharev


How did we become unprepared? Emergency and resilience in an uncertain world
Mark Duffield


Historians of science


From the archive: Charles Wakefield and the British Academy’s first home



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