8 May Ballot Results
08 May 2014
10 new Fellows elected...
We've elected 10 new Fellows:
- Zoe Opacic, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Lecturer/ Dept of History of Art, Birkbeck. College/ London (internationally recognised expert on medieval architecture/ especially central Europe; author of numerous publications).
- Janet Nelson, DBE, FBA, HonDLitt. Professor Emerita of Medieval History, King/s College London (leading historian of medieval Europe/ known for her writing on Charlemagne, |<ingshipl government and political ideas; co-director ofthe Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England).
- Elizabeth Glithero-West, BA, MA. Head of Cultural Tourism/ Dept of Culture/ Media and Sport (her work has focused 0n policy and strategy in heritage/ planning and museums; her research interest is in Egyptian Revival
architecture in England).
- Rosa Maria Bacile, BA, MA, Archivist and art historian (formerly Acquisitions Manager, Tate Gallery; specialist in Norman Sicily, particularly the porphyry tombs of Norman kings).
- John Robert Hall BA, DD, DTheol. Dean of Westminster (currently leading the project to open the Abbey’s triforium as a major new museum; has facilitated much research, conservation and publication at the Abbey).
- Jane Perry, BA. Visiting scholarl (foremost specialist in traditional and regional jewellery from Europe and beyond, on which she has published pioneering work).
- Caroline Astrid Bruzelius, PhD. Professor of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, Duke University, N Carolina (expert in Gothic architecture in France and Italy, on which she has taught and written widely).
- Alastair John Lacy Blanshard, BA, MA, PhD. Professor of Classics, University of Queensland (expert on Greek culture and the classical tradition; has written particularly on Hercules and on 18th-century travellers to Greece).
- Benjamin Roberts, BSc, MPhil, PhD. Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology, Durham University (specialises in the early metallurgy of W Europe; co-writer of many programmes in the ISM/BBC series A History ofthe World in 700 Objects).
- Susanne Hakenbeck, PhD. Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge (her research focuses on the social transformations following the collapse of the Roman empire).