Academic Book Week
The academic book of the future
As the British Academy’s contribution to Academic Book Week in November 2015, the British Academy Review conducted a short series of interviews with a number of British Academy-supported early career scholars on different aspects of academic book publication. The issues are discussed further here by Professor Mary Morgan FBA.
How should we read a monograph?
Kathryn Sutherland offers some personal reflections on the academic book of the future
Reflections on the 'Academic Book of the Future' project
Marilyn Deegan reveals the progress and achievements of this timely exploration
Editorial, British Academy Review, January 2017
Mary Morgan says ‘The Book is dead – long live the Book!’
Five librarians discuss the future of the academic book
Christina Kamposiori reports on what librarians are thinking
British Academy Review, No. 29, January 2017
Academic books: A special issue. Includes: Richard J Evans on Europe’s century of power; Steve Smith and Catherine Merridale on writing the Russian Revolution; David Hand on how his new book measures up; Twelve months of influential and prize-winning books; So what does the future hold for the academic book?
Digital visualisation: Ancient Rome, and beyond
Dr Matthew Nicholls has been awarded a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award for his project on ‘Digital Visualisation in the Humanities’. On 9 October 2015, he attended the British Academy Early Career Research Showcase event to give a presentation of his own digital visualisation of Ancient Rome, and he …