Professor Robert Bennett FBA, Chairman of the British Academy's Graduate Studies Review Committee, reports on the main findings and recommendations of the Review.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in Review, July-December 2001.
One of the most wide-reaching of the Academy’s activities is its awarding of research and conference grants. During the course of a year, the Grants Committee typically awards well over one thousand grants. Awards are given to support the individual research activities of scholars throughout the UK, both within the university sector and outside it. This report details some of the recent achievements of the Research Grants schemes.
One of the first British Academy International Symposia was ‘Trust as a pre-condition to communication, social thinking and social practices during democratic transition in post-communist Europe’. It took place in the British Academy on 13-15 September 2001 and was organised on behalf of the Academy by Professor Ivana Marková FBA. Here Professor Marková summarises the event.
The British Academy publishes a regular account of its activities by means of its biannual ‘Review’. This is the sixth issue of the ‘Review’, and covers events and activities that took place from July to December 2001.