On board with flagship idea 2

June 26, 2008

Were Kevin Sharpe to head to Bloomsbury in search of intellectual exchange about some of his favourite subjects (Renaissance studies and the history of the book), he would find that the Warburg Institute and the Institute of English Studies were ideal ports of call. For, in his quest for a flagship for UK humanities research, he describes the central mission of the ten institutes that make up the School of Advanced Study of the University of London.

Katharine Ellis. Director, Institute of Musical Research, and deputy dean, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

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