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11th September 2018
The British Academy and Royal Society have today published an evidence review on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the future of work.
10th September 2018
The shortlist for The Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2018, the British Academy’s prestigious international book prize, has been announced.
05th September 2018
Professor Sir David Cannadine is the editor of 'Churchill: The Statesman as Artist', a new book on Winston Churchill and his paintings.
Identity politics, fake news and the history of drinking alcohol: the British Academy announces Autumn season of free events
28th August 2018
Identity politics, fake news and the human relationship with alcohol are just some of the fascinating topics explored by the British Academy’s latest series of free events in London and around the UK this autumn.
22nd August 2018
The British Academy is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Molly Morgan Jones as Director of Policy and Engagement
21st August 2018
As GCSE results come out today, the British Academy warns that the English Baccalaureate is sending the wrong signals to students and schools about the value of different subjects.
Award-winning journalists, prehistorians and world-leading economists honoured with prestigious British Academy prizes and medals
16th August 2018
The political journalists Zeinab Badawi and Dame Frances Cairncross are among those to be honoured by the British Academy for services to the humanities and social sciences, it was announced today
15th August 2018
As A level results come out today, the British Academy warns that fewer students studying humanities subjects threatens the future of these subjects at university level.
We must make the case for our subjects more strongly than ever before, cautions Cannadine in annual presidential address
06th August 2018
Professor Sir David Cannadine has hailed the work of British Academy Fellows and staff in his Annual President’s Address, marking the end of his first year as President, but warned of the need to make the case for the humanities and social sciences more strongly than ever
03rd August 2018
British Academy response to Universities UK report on solving future skills challenges