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British Academy Review, Issue 20, Summer 2012

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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

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Mario Vargas Llosa, in conversation
with Efrain Kristal and Michael Wood

Why is Dickens so popular?
John Carey

D.H. Lawrence’s poetry and the senses
Santanu Das

Music in Venetian art: seduction and spirituality
Patricia Fortini Brown

Celebrating women in the humanities and social sciences
Pat Thane and Lisa Tickner

The function of the financial services sector
John Kay

‘Nudge’ and beyond: behavioural science and public policy

Chambers of Commerce: from protesters to government partners
Bob Bennett

Integrity and quality in universities: accountability, excellence and success
Onora O’Neill

From the archive: Winston Churchill and the British Academy


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Number of pages: 52

Publication date: 2012

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