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[British Academy] Review, July-December 2001

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The British Academy publishes a regular account of its activities by means of its biannual ‘Review’. This is the sixth issue of the ‘Review’, and covers events and activities that took place from July to December 2001.

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Foreword

About the British Academy

THE PREMISES

Pictures and Portraits

MEDALS, PRIZES AND HONOURS

Report

The British Academy Book Prize

EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Report

POLICY

Review of Graduate Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Robert Bennett FBA

LECTURES AND CONFERENCES

Report

Welfare to Work: Which Policies Work and Why? Professor Richard Blundell FBA

The Life of Learning, Sir Keith Thomas FBA

Elementary, my dear Watson, the clue is in the genes ... or is it? Professor Annette Karmiloff-Smith FBA

A Third Concept of Liberty, Professor Quentin Skinner FBA

Terracotta Female Figurines and Goddesses in Early Israelite Religion, Dr P R S Moorey FBA

ACADEMY RESEARCH PROJECTS

The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo: a Catalogue Raisonné, Henrietta McBurney

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Project, Professor Peter Parsons FBA

PUBLICATIONS

Report

British Academy Centenary Monographs, Professor Fergus Millar FBA

Vaccination: A Case Study in Risk Policy, Professor Peter Lachmann FRS

INTERNATIONAL

International Relations

Trust and Democratic Transition in Post-Communist Europe, Professor Ivana Marková FBA

Overseas Institutes and Sponsored Societies

The Society for Libyan Studies, Professor David Mattingly

RESEARCH AWARDS

Research Grants

The Parsis of Bombay: their history and religion under British rule, Professor J R Hinnells

Community Restorative Justice in Northern Ireland: Lessons from America, Dr Kieran McEvoy

The Evolutionary Roots of Culture, Professor Andrew Whiten FBA

DIARY OF EVENTS

List

British Academy Centenary Conference

From the Archive

One hundred years ago ... [the substance of this article was republished more fully in A Documentary Account of the Foundation of the British Academy pp. 11-14]


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Number of pages: 72

Publication date: 2002

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