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Our second Summer Showcase was a free two-day festival of ideas for curious minds, held from 21-22 June 2019. We opened up our beautiful building with 15 interactive exhibits alongside pop-up talks, workshops and performances, bringing the best new humanities and social sciences research to life.
Our second Summer Showcase was a free two-day festival of ideas for curious minds, held from 21-22 June 2019.
23rd October 2019
Our panel reflects on the extraordinary life and legacy of one of the most important female writers of the 19th century, Christina Rossetti.
10th December 2019
This lecture discusses how emerging research on ancient microbes is impacting how we investigate the human past and how we understand human and microbial cultures today.
22nd September 2019
As part of Open House London, discover the historic home of the British Academy, the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences.
14th November 2019
Join Lyndsey Stonebridge and Jean McNeil as they discuss how the placelessness of our recent history resonates today.
21st August 2019
Join Marina Warner, award-winning author, historian and mythographer in an exploration of her latest collection of essays.
25th November 2019
Criticism of (European or Constitutional) courts and their power of judicial review has bothered, if not hurt, politics as well as scholarship and legal practice for a long time. While some defend this as an element of more or less abstract concepts of the rule of law, one may also wonder about the heart of the matter. The Lecture will address, from a perspective of critical legal theories as well as comparative constitutionalism, why judicial review is an indispensable element of the protection of fundamental human rights.
20th November 2019
In 1204, in the face of a French invasion, King John of England was obliged to abandon his lands in northern France. After 150 years of Anglo-Norman government, England was severed from Normandy. What were the effects, on both sides of the Channel?
05th November 2019
This series of three lectures will explore the Dead Sea Scrolls as archaeological artefacts.