Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 131, 2004 Lectures
AbstractThe topical issues debated in this volume include the patenting of AIDS drugs, the future pensions crisis, Britain's universities, and Pan-Islam.There are studies of Shakespeare, Pope, Montaigne, Robert Graves, and William Faulkner. And there are lectures on the Inquisition, empires in history, and the journey towards spiritual fulfilment. Available in OSO: Contributors to this volume - Fran Brearton Joyce Hill Michael Pennington David Womersley Terence Cave Lord Moser Alexander Murray Robert Bagley Edwin Cameron Mervyn King Dominic Lieven Joan Oates Timothy Besley Richard Gray Lord Sutherland James Piscatori
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