Society for Libyan Studies

Key Sector: Education, Training & Qualifications, Humanitarian Aid

Description

The Society for Libyan Studies is a British academic body, sponsored by the British Academy, which since 1969 has fostered and developed links between British and Libyan scholars in a wide range of fields including the natural sciences, linguistics, archaeology, history and geography.

Profile

The Society for Libyan Studies is a British academic body, sponsored by the British Academy, which since 1969 has fostered and developed links between British and Libyan scholars in a wide range of fields including the natural sciences, linguistics, archaeology, history and geography. It publishes a journal, detailed reports on its field projects, and a popular series of travel books. It also runs a regular lecture series in London on a wide range of topics relating to Libyan culture and heritage, which are open to the public.

The subscription year runs from 1st April and the normal rate of subscription is £30 per annum. The international membership receives a free copy of the Society’s annual journal, Libyan Studies, and has the opportunity to buy the Society’s other publications at reduced prices.