Four LSE academics have become Fellows of the British Academy, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to humanities and social science.

LSE Philosophy Professor Richard Bradley is among 85 distinguished Fellows who have been elected to the Academy. Bradley works on decision theory and related fields such as formal epistemology and semantics. His research explores individual decision-making under uncertainty and the role of hypothetical reasoning in reaching judgments about what to do.

Founded in 1902, the British Academy is the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences. It is a Fellowship of over 1600 of the leading minds in these subjects from the UK and overseas, as well as being a funding body for research and a forum for debate and engagement.

Overview of the LSE Fellows (LSE website).

Overview of all Fellows (British Academy website).