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[British Academy] Review, July-December 2000

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The British Academy publishes a regular account of its activities by means of its biannual Review. This issue of the Review covers events and activities that took place during the second half of the year, from July to December 2000. This is the fourth issue of the Review.

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


Foreword

President’s Notes, Sir Tony Wrigley FBA

THE PREMISES

Pictures and Portraits

EXTERNAL RELATIONS

British Academy awards for Lifetime Achievement in Political Studies

Science, Society and the Media, Professor Ian Hargreaves

LECTURES AND CONFERENCES

Report

Beowulf and Perception, Professor Michael Lapidge FBA

Other People, Professor Amartya Sen FBA

White Masculinity: Jan Smuts, Race and the South African War, Professor Shula Marks FBA

European States and the Euro, Professor Kenneth Dyson FBA

Images and Artefacts of the Ancient World, Dr Alan Bowman FBA and Dr Hugh Denard

ACADEMY RESEARCH PROJECTS

Prosopography of the Byzantine Empire, Professor Averil Cameron FBA

PUBLICATIONS

Report

The Death of Queen Victoria, Dr John Wolffe

Life on the Amazon, Dr Mark Harris

INTERNATIONAL

International Relations

A Social Scientist’s Sojourn in Beijing: Retrospective Reflections, Professor J.E.S. Hayward FBA

Nicopolis ad Istrum, Dr Andrew Poulter

Overseas Institutes and Sponsored Societies

RESEARCH AWARDS

Research Grants

Banknotes and National Identity in Central and Eastern Europe, Professor Tim Unwin

(Concluding pages)

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. 4-7]


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Number of pages: 60

Publication date: 2001

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