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Leverhulme Medal & Prize

The Leverhulme Medal and Prize, worth £5,000, is awarded every three years for significant contribution to knowledge and understanding in a field within the humanities and social sciences. The award is made in partnership with The Leverhulme Trust. The first award was in 2002, to mark the Academy's Centenary.

Eligibility

Eligible nominations must be for significant contribution to knowledge and understanding alternately in the humanities or social sciences.

How to nominate

Nominations may only be made by Fellows of the British Academy. 

The Leverhulme Medal and Prize will next be awarded in 2018 for social sciences.

Nominating body: Humanities Group or Social Sciences Group, in rotation. 


Previous Winners


2015 Professor Sir Richard J Evans FBA, University of Cambridge

2012 Dame Marilyn Strathern FBA, University of Cambridge

2009 Dr Sebastian Brock FBA, Emeritus Reader in Syriac Studies, University of Oxford, and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford

2005 Sir Tony Wrigley, FBA, formerly Master, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge and Past President of the British Academy

2002 Professor Sir Ernst Gombrich FBA and Professor Sir Raymond Firth FBA

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