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British Academy Fellowships for three UCL academics

19 July 2007

Three UCL scholars were been elected Fellows of the British Academy on 19 July 2007.


Mark Armstrong (UCL Economics) is Professor of Economics and Director of the ESRC Centre for Economic Learning & Social Evolution. His research interests include: contract theory; price discrimination; bounded rationality; industrial organisation, regulation and competition policy; and telecommunications and media markets.

Rachel Bowlby (UCL English Language & Literature) is Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literature. Her research interests include: realism in American, British and French literature; Virginia Woolf; psychoanalysis; and the history of consumer culture.

Mary Fulbrook (UCL German) is Professor of German History. Her research is primarily focused on generations in 20th-century Germany.

Established by Royal Charter in 1902, the British Academy is an independent learned society promoting the humanities and social sciences. It is composed of Fellows elected in recognition of their distinction as scholars in the humanities and social sciences.

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