An Interview with Ian McFarland, the new editor of Scottish Journal of Theology

Find out more about the new editor of Scottish Journal of Theology (SJT)  as he offers advice to authors, discusses where he sees the journal progressing and tells us what the most exciting currents in theology are today.…


Markets are not morally neutral

Blog post based on an article in the Journal of Social Policy In his book What Money Can’t Buy, Michael Sandel argues compellingly that we should be paying more attention to the moral limits of markets.…


Ancient skull of Bede, the ‘Father of English History’, rediscovered

A long-lost cast of the skull of Bede – the ‘Father of English History’ – has been rediscovered within the anatomical collections of the University of Cambridge.…


The 70th anniversary of World War II

No matter what inscrutable socio-biological function they may serve, all anniversaries are constructs. This is a point worth recalling as we celebrate for the 70th time the end of World War II.


Royal Historical Society’s: Constitution Maker – Selected Writings of Sir Ivor Jennings

Royal Historical Society’s volume 46 of its Camden Fifth Series is focused on the remarkable contributions made by the prolific and prominent scholar of British and constitutional history, Sir William Ivor Jennings (1903-65).…


Gladiatorial games in the Greek East

Professor Stephen Mitchell, council member of the BIAA, discusses the article Gladiatorial Games in the Greek East: A Complex of Reliefs from Cibyra in the latest issue in Anatolian Studies.…


Chamber pots and table cloths: William Gell and the domestic life of Pompeii

Rosemary Sweet, University of Leicester, discusses her forthcoming article, William Gell and Pompeiana (1817-19 and 1832), in Papers of the British School at Rome (2015) which is due to be published later this year.…


20 Years of Organised Sound: A Brief History

Issue 20/1 of Organised Sound marks the start of the journal’s twentieth year, offering the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at the formative years of OS and how the journal has developed into the focal point of electroacoustic music studies that it is today.…