British Institute for the Study of Iraq

 

British Institute for the Study of IraqThe British Institute for the Study of Iraq (BISI) funds and carries out research and public education on Iraq. We were founded in 1932, as the British School of Archaeology in Iraq, in memory of the renowned archaeologist and explorer Gertrude Bell.

BISI’s academic coverage includes the anthropology, archaeology, history, geography and languages of Iraq and other fields in the arts, humanities and social sciences, from the earliest times until the present.

We produce a variety of publications about Iraq’s history, archaeology and languages. BISI members receive a 20% discount on our publications. Please contact us for details. 

www.bisi.ac.uk