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Dissemination of British Academy lectures

A note on the different ways in which the outputs from the British Academy's lecture programme have been made available.

Since the beginnings of the British Academy's lecture programme, a record of most lectures has been produced, so that the content can be communicated beyond those attending the event in person. The formal publication of the lecture as an article has always been an objective. More recently, audio or video recordings have also been produced for most lectures. The typical pattern of output coverage is listed here:

Lectures up to 1964
Article published in Proceedings of the British Academy not currently available online

Lectures 1965-2002
Article published in Proceedings of the British Academy available online

Lectures 2003-2011
Article published in Proceedings of the British Academy available online
Selective audio recordings available online

Lectures 2012 onwards
Article published in online open access Journal of the British Academy
Audio or video recordings available online

See each lecture series listing to get access to what is available.


Note: The Schweich Lectures on Biblical Archaeology have always been published in book form in a series of their own.

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