Readership: Scholars and students of history, psychology, literature, and law.
Edited by Professor Ron Johnston, FBA
Wolfgang Meid: Celtic Origins, the Western and the Eastern Celts
Timothy Ingold: Anthropology is not Ethnography
David Bevington: Hamlet's Two Fathers
Averil Cameron: Byzantium and the Limits of Orthodoxy
Duncan Robinson: Palace or Power Station? Museums Today
Deborah Howard: Architectural Politics in Renaissance Venice
Noel O'Sullivan: Visions of European Unity since 1945
Alain Thote: Artists and Craftsmen in the Late Bronze Age of China (Eighth-Third Centuries BC): Art in Transition
Susan-Mary Grant: Reconstructing the National Body: Masculinity, Disability and Race in the American Civil War
Robin Dunbar: Mind the Gap or Why Humans aren't just Great Apes
Tony Curtis: 'We keep the bread and wine for show': Consistent Irony and Reluctant Faith in the Poetry of Dannie Abse
Cathy Shrank: 'But I, that knew what harboured in that hed': Thomas Wyatt and his Posthumous 'Interpreters'
John Butt: Classical Music and the Subject of Modernity
Baroness Hale of Richmond: A Minority Opinion?
Michael Chisholm: Seventeenth Century Draining of the Fens and the Impact on Navigation
Geoffrey Hartman: Theopoesis: The Contest of Priest and Poet