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[British Academy] Review, January–July 2000

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The British Academy aims to publish a regular account of its activities by means of its new biannual Review. This issue of the Review covers events and activities that took place during the first six months of the year, up to and including the AGM which took place in early July 2000. This is the third issue of the Review.

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


Foreword

About the British Academy

AGM 2000

Presidential Address, Sir Tony Wrigley FBA

The Fellowship

Medals and Prizes

EXTERNAL RELATIONS AND POLICY

External Relations, Jonathan Breckon

Graduate Studies Review

LECTURES AND CONFERENCES

Report

The Legend of the Great Game, Professor M E Yapp

Aksum: An African Civilisation, Dr David W Phillipson

Plato, M F Burnyeat FBA

Wallace Stevens: Hypotheses and Contradictions, Professor Helen Vendler

ACADEMY RESEARCH PROJECTS

The John Foxe Project, Professor David Loades

Corpus of Medieval Stained Glass, Professor C M Kauffmann FBA

PUBLICATIONS

Report

Educational Standards, Dr Mike Cresswell

INTERNATIONAL

International Relations

Overseas Institutes and Sponsored Societies

RESEARCH AWARDS

Research Posts

Discovering Signorelli, Dr Tom Henry

Witness Accuracy, Dr Mark Kebbell

Review of Research Support

Research Grants

Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music, Dr Margaret Bent FBA and Professor Andrew Wathey

(Concluding pages)

Financial Summary

From the Archive

One hundred years ago ... [the documents published in this article were reprinted more fully in A Documentary Account of the Foundation of the British Academy pp. 3-4]


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Number of pages: 66

Publication date: 2000

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