British Academy Review 22
Keynes and the British Academy
Drawing on evidence ‘from the archive’, this is the story of how the distinguished economist John Maynard Keynes was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 1929, having originally been rejected in 1920.
British Academy Review, Issue 22, Summer 2013
Includes: A century of art history scholarship. Also: The future of the Union. History in the Third Reich. Environmental NGOs in court. Keynes and the British Academy. The roots of Christian fundamentalism.
The stained glass of Merton College, Oxford (BAR)
The British Academy’s sumptuous two-part catalogue of ‘The Medieval Stained Glass of Merton College, Oxford’ was launched at a reception in the college on 19 April 2013. It is the latest in the British Academy’s Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi (Catalogue of Medieval Window Glass) series. The catalogue’s author, Dr Tim …
Mobilising the law: Environmental NGOs in court
Dr Lisa Vanhala was a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow 2010-2012 at the University of Oxford and at University College London. She is now Lecturer in Politics at the Department of Political Science and School of Public Policy, University College London. Her research on legal mobilisation in the UK was published …