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07th November 2018
Examining humanitarianism as a social movement, assessing the political representation of ethnic minorities in the UK, and exploring bodies, selves and the supernatural in early modern Britain; the British Academy has awarded Postdoctoral Fellowships to 54 outstanding early career scholars across the UK
07th November 2018
Eight researchers have been awarded funding in the 2018 round of the APEX awards, which promote collaboration across science, engineering, social sciences and humanities.
05th November 2018
The British Academy has announced funding for 162 small research projects across the UK
31st October 2018
The British Academy has released a ground-breaking report on the future of the corporation, backed by a statement of support from leading figures in business and academia
30th October 2018
Border by Kapka Kassabova wins British Academy’s £25,000 Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2018
25th October 2018
A new Brexit briefing by the British Academy and Royal Irish Academy argues that prosperity and peace are inextricably linked on the island of Ireland – but that Brexit risks undermining both.
Wolfson Foundation awards the British Academy £10 million to boost the humanities and social sciences
24th October 2018
The Wolfson Foundation and the British Academy today announced a major initiative to promote and support high quality research in the humanities and social sciences across the UK.
Put evidence at the heart of education decision-making, says joint British Academy and Royal Society report
15th October 2018
A new report from the British Academy and the Royal Society looks at the state of educational research in the UK.
03rd October 2018
A British Academy Fellow has won a prestigious £25,000 award for popular science writing
26th September 2018
The British Academy has awarded over £7.5 million to outstanding academics in the humanities and the social sciences working to generate evidence on the challenges and opportunities faced in developing countries.