British Academy Review, Issue 24, Summer 2014

06 Apr 2016
72

Includes: Defining a thousand years of medieval British writing
Also:
Growing older, slowing down?
Abolishing modern slavery
The importance of soft power
A 250-year-old cache of unopened letters
A First World War hospital for officers


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



An outstanding investment in what really matters
Nicholas Stern


The British Academy on Ageing


10 quick questions about processing speed
Ian J Deary and Stuart J Ritchie


Why English isn’t enough: Debating language education and policy
Nigel Vincent


Global power, influence and perception in the 21st century
Adam Roberts


A presumption against imprisonment
Harry Woolf


Lady Ridley’s Hospital for Officers at 10 Carlton House Terrace
Karen Syrett


Gertrude Bell and Iraq: A life and legacy
Paul Collins


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


Interview: Chris Wickham


The early charters of Canterbury Cathedral
Nicholas Brooks


Small doors on the Viking age: The Anglo-Saxon coins in Norway project
Elina Screen


Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources
Richard Ashdowne


The Bordeaux–Dublin letters project
Thomas M Truxes


The mystery of ancient Cypriot clay balls
Philippa Steele


Hazard-human interaction in the Gobi Desert
Troy Sternberg


Reflections on building an inclusive higher education system in Myanmar
Mandy Sadan



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