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British Academy Review, Issue 19, January 2012

Publications •

Includes David Cannadine: Gladstone’s Home
Also:
400 years of sacred English
Al-Qaeda now
Policing ourselves
The stories the Greeks have told themselves
Electoral registration

You may download the whole issue, or click on the links below for individual articles.


What should the word of God sound like?
Rowan Williams

How to train a mulla: Seminaries in Shi’ite Islam
Robert Gleave

Al-Qaeda since 9/11
Alia Brahimi

Free will and modern science
Richard Swinburne

Re-imagining policing post-austerity
Andrew Millie and Karen Bullock

The future of social sciences and humanities in Horizon 2020
Máire Geoghegan-Quinn

British Academy President’s Medal

Mark Blackburn (1953-2011) and the Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles
Simon Keynes

Records of Social and Economic History
Richard M Smith

The heritages of the modern Greeks
Peter Mackridge

When Homer met Phantasia: fiction, epic poetry and entertainment literature in Byzantium
Aglae Pizzone

End of empire and the English novel
Susheila Nasta

Mr Gladstone, Carlton House Terrace and the mind of a statesman
David Cannadine

Individual electoral registration and the future of representative democracy
Ron Johnston and Iain McLean


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Number of pages: 64

Publication date: 2012

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