William Rowe, Anniversary Professor of Poetics, has been made a fellow of the British Academy.
William Rowe elected Fellow of the British Academy
The British Academy is the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences. Its purpose is to inspire, recognise and support excellence in the humanities and social sciences.
Every year a small number of Fellows are elected to the British Academy to make up a Fellowship of 900 distinguished scholars. The Fellowship takes a lead in representing the humanities and social sciences, facilitating international collaboration, providing an independent and authoritative source of advice, and contributing to public policy and debate.