Volume 121 of the Proceedings of the British Academy contains 12 lectures delivered at the British Academy in 2002.
Readership: Scholars and students of history, literature, economics, and law
Edited by Professor P.J. Marshall, CBE, FBA
Jianjun Mei: Cultural Interaction between China and Central Asia during the Bronze Age
Charles Higham: The Origins of the Civilization of Angkor
Ralph Hanna: Yorkshire Writers
Christopher Ricks: Shakespeare and the Anagram
Tony Wrigley: The Quest for the Industrial Revolution
Linda Colley: 'This Small Island': Britain, Size and Empire
Murray Pittock: Robert Burns and British Poetry
Peter Pulzer: Special Paths or Main Roads? Making Sense of German History
Wolf Lepenies: Overestimating Culture: A German Problem. Exile and Emigration, The Survival of German Culture
Angela Leighton: Elegies of Form in Bishop, Plath, Stevenson
Nicholas Stern: Development as a Process of Change: Toward a Dynamic Public Economics
Lord Woolf: Human Rights: Have the Public Benefitted?