Prizes and Medals
Prizes and medals are an important means of recognising and celebrating achievement. Each year the British Academy awards a range of prizes and medals on the recommendation of specialist committees. Presentations are made at a special award ceremony each autumn.
Two new awards will be made for the first time in 2014: the Brian Barry Prize for Political Science and the Neil & Saras Smith Medal for Linguisitcs.
You can read a list of the 2013 British Academy Prizes and Medals winners here.
The British Academy's Prizes and Medals
- Kenyon Medal - for work relating to classical studies and archaeology
- Burkitt Medal - Biblical studies
- Edward Ullendorff Medal - for Semitic Languages and Ethiopian Studies
- Neil & Saras Smith Medal - for linguistics
- Rose Mary Crawshay Prize - for historical or critical works concerned with English literature
- Serena Medal - for services towards the furtherance of the study of Italian history, literature, art or economics
- John Coles Medal - landscape archaeology
- Grahame Clark Medal - for prehistoric archaeology
- Sir Israel Gollancz Prize - for published work on subjects connected with Anglo-Saxon, Early English Language and Literature, English Philology, or the History of English Language; or for original investigations connected with the history of English Literature
- Derek Allen Prize - for numismatics, Celtic studies and musicology
- Wiley Prize in Economics
- Peter Townsend Policy Press Prize - for outstanding work with policy relevance to poverty and inequality, ageing and the lives of older people, disability and inequalities in health
- Brian Barry Prize - for political science
- Wiley Prize in Psychology
- Al Rodhan Prize - for transcultural understanding
- Leverhulme Medal and Prize - for humanities and social sciences
- President's Medal - for signal service to the humanities and social sciences
- British Academy Medal - for a landmark achievement in a humanities or social sciences discipline