The British Academy Review contains articles illustrating the wide range of scholarship promoted by the Academy in its role as the national academy for the humanities and social sciences in the UK. This issue of the Review includes events and activities that took place during the academic year 2004-05. In addition there are articles derived from research that has been sponsored by the Academy through one of its many programmes in aid of scholarship.
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Culture and Identity Politics
Everybody Counts but Not Everybody Understands Numbers
Ancient Pottery on the Web
‘The Age of Ivory’: The Nimrud Project
English Episcopal Acta
Popular Recreation and the Significance of Space
Music among the Sibe of Xinjiang
The Contribution of Scholarship to Good Government
Lord Wilson of Dinton
History and the Pensions Crisis
Elections to the Fellowship (2005)
About the British Academy
Number of pages: 60
Publication date: 2006