Journal of the British Archaeological Association

The BAA was founded in 1843 to promote the study of archaeology, art and architecture and the preservation of our national antiquities. It encourages original research and publishes new work on art and antiquities of Roman to post-medieval date, although the art, architecture and archaeology of the Middle Ages form the core of its interests.

The Association embraces a wide spectrum of antiquarian and art historical interests (with architectural history strongly represented) and its capacity to engage in debate across these disciplines is a major strength. Regular lectures held in London provide one channel of communication; as does the annual conference held over five days at a place of medieval interest, the proceedings of which are subsequently published in the BAA Conference Transactions series, also published by Maney.

Publisher: 
Maney Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0068-1288
ISSN (online): 
1747-6704

Latest articles

Volume 168 (1)

The Romanesque Portal as Performance
MANUEL CASTIÑEIRAS, vol. 168 (1): 1-33
The Romanesque Cloister in England
JOHN McNEILL, vol. 168 (1): 34-76
‘It would have pitied any heart to see’: Destruction and Survival at Cistercian Monasteries in Northern England at the Dissolution
MICHAEL CARTER, vol. 168 (1): 77-110
‘Sedilia in choro sunt fracta’: The Medieval Nomenclature of Seating in Churches
JAMES ALEXANDER CAMERON, vol. 168 (1): 111-130
The Southchurch Chapel and the Earliest Building Contract in England
GABRIEL BYNG, vol. 168 (1): 131-141
The Communion of St Denis and the Feast of Corpus Christi in the 15th-Century Stained Glass of All Saints North Street in York
AMANDA DAW, vol. 168 (1): 142-164
Madonna Tabernacles in Scandinavia c. 1150–c. 1350
ELISABETH ANDERSEN, vol. 168 (1): 165-185
The Choirs of St Vitus’s Cathedral in Prague: A Marriage of Liturgy, Coronation, Royal Necropolis and Piety
PETR ULIČNÝ, vol. 168 (1): 186-233
The Woman who Funded the BAA’s Ochs Scholarship: A Short Account
INGE CRAMER, vol. 168 (1): 234-241
Richard K. Morris (1943–2015)
Linda Monckton, vol. 168 (1): 242-247
REVIEWS OF BOOKS
vol. 168 (1): 248-272
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2014
vol. 168 (1): 273-281
REGINALD TAYLOR AND LORD FLETCHER ESSAY PRIZE
vol. 168 (1): 282-284
THE OCHS SCHOLARSHIPS
vol. 168 (1): 285-286
INDEX TO VOLS 164–168, 2011–2015
ANN HUDSON, vol. 168 (1): 287-322

Volume 167 (1)

Reconstructing Kirkstead Abbey, Lincolnshire: The Charters, Earthworks and Architecture of a Lost Cistercian House
GLYN COPPACK, vol. 167 (1): 1-50
‘Almost Every Miracle is Open to Carping’: Doubts, Relics, Reliquaries and Images of Saints in the Long 12th Century
LAURA CLEAVER, vol. 167 (1): 51-69
The Copying and Imitation of Images in Medieval Bestiaries
ILYA DINES, vol. 167 (1): 70-82
Visual Reflections on History and Kingship in the Medieval English Great Church
LAURA SLATER, vol. 167 (1): 83-108
In Medio Chori: The Tomb of Thomas of Corbridge, Archbishop of York, in Southwell Minster
TREVOR FOULDS, vol. 167 (1): 109-123