British Academy Review
British Academy Review, No. 31, Autumn 2017
Includes: What’s over the horizon for UK research collaboration in Europe? Meet the new President: David Cannadine. History lessons from Robert Frost about unions, nations and states. The lure of the Anglosphere. Ian Diamond on the skills we need.
British Academy Review, No. 30, Summer 2017
Includes: Colin Mayer on making business fit for purpose. Nicholas Stern on understanding change. Hermione Lee on bad behaviour in biography. Stefan Collini on the vision of James Bryce. The hype about ‘neural plasticity’. The different portrayals of India.
British Academy Review, No. 28, Summer 2016
Includes: Linda Colley on why constitutions matter; Uta Frith on what autism tells us about our social nature; Marina Warner on stories as thought experiments in times of turmoil; Tackling corruption – finding out what really works; Who are the Zoroastrians?; Learning Latin – now and then.
British Academy Review, No. 33, Summer 2018
A festival of ideas for curious minds. Includes: The long history of working at home. The power of shared reading. Why agriculture is at the root of Syria’s problems. David Cannadine and Mary Beard reflect on civilisation(s)
British Academy Review, No. 32, Spring 2018
Includes: Tackling slavery in modern business. Dominic Abrams on understanding what holds societies together. When Dawn Adès met Salvador Dalí. Tim Ingold on a new vision for anthropology. The Sergei Skripal affair in context.
British Academy Review, Issue 19, January 2012
Includes David Cannadine on Gladstone’s Home. Also: 400 years of sacred English. Al-Qaeda now. Policing ourselves. The stories the Greeks have told themselves. Electoral registration.
British Academy Review, Issue 20, Summer 2012
Includes: Nobel Laureate Mario Vargas Llosa in conversation. Also: Celebrating women in the humanities and social sciences. What is wrong with our financial services sector? Winston Churchill and the British Academy.
British Academy Review, Issue 21, January 2013
The fruits of research in the humanities and social sciences. As usual, this issue contains articles derived from the British Academy’s programmes of events and publications. But the issue concentrates on the Academy’s support for academic research.