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British Academy Review, Issue 10, 2007

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President's Foreword, Onora O'Neill

How Philosophers Die, David Palfrey

Moral Panics: Then and Now, David Garland

Welcome to the Software-Sorted Society, Stephen Graham

Martin Buber: Philosopher of Dialogue and of the Resolution of Conflict, W John Morgan

The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Rachel Beckles Willson

The Power of the Past, Harriet Crawford

The Frontiers of the Ottoman World: Fortifications, Trade, Pilgrimage and Slavery, Andrew Peacock

Migration in the Crusades to the Medieval Middle East, Piers D Mitchell and Andrew R Millard

Coercion and Consent in Nazi Germany, Richard J Evans

Cabinets and the Bomb, Catherine Haddon

The Royal African Company of England in West Africa 1681–1699, Robin Law

The British Academy's Africa Panel, Robin Law

Captivated by Africa's Geography: James McQueen, Thomas Fowell Buxton and the Abolition of Slavery, David Lambert

Ibadan 1960, Will Rea

The First English Bible: A Lost Opportunity, Mary Dove

Archimedes and Company, William Noel

Rhyming Pictures: Walter Crane and the Art of Reading, Grace Brockington

Progress in Understanding 'Tone Deafness', Karen Wise, John Sloboda and Isabelle Peretz

Word Comprehension in Younger and Older Adults: When is a Difference a Deficit?, Meredith Shafto

Should We Notice Researchers Outside the University?, Ruth Finnegan

Languages Matter, Marian Hobson

Copyright and Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: a British Academy Review, John Kay

Peer Review: the Challenges for the Humanities and Social Sciences. A British Academy Review, Albert Weale

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