9 New Fellows Elected
13 February 2014
- Stephen Nevil Kemp, BA, MSc. Senior Archaeologist, the Environment Agency (has expertise in flood and coastal management and in the archaeology of coastal landscapes and has published as a garden photographer).
- Denise Allen, BA, PhD. Archaeological tour operator and finds specialist (her special interest is in Roman glass on which she has published widely; has catalogued the collections ofthe Hampshire Museum Service).
- Daniel Edward lohn Pett, BA, ICT Adviser, Portable Antiquities Scheme (designed and built the award-Winning finds.org.ul< website; has excavated in Israel and the UK; Hon. Lecturer, Institute of Archaeology, UCL).
- Lydia Carr, MA, DPhil. Archaeological and Historical Curator and Editor, Chicago History Museum (has contributed significantly to the archaeological history ofthe early 20ih century; biographer of Tessa Wheeler).
- Ross Balzaretti, BA, PhD. Associate Professor in History, University of Nottingham (has taught and published widely on medieval and Italian history, especially in Milan and Liguria).
- Michael Charles Markham, BSc, PhD. Consultant geoscientìst (leading expert in the petrology 0f prehistoric stone artefacts, on which he has lectured and published).
- Andrew C H Crisford, BSc. Horologist (former Master of the Worshipful Company 0f Clockmakers; specialist in antique watches, particularly the work 0f Breguet).
- Krish Seetah, BSC, MSc, PhD. Lecturer, Dept of Anthropology/ Stanford University (leading zooarchaeologist with a special focus on butchery and the use of animals in colonial societies and also on the archaeology of slavery in Mauritius).
- Nicholas Edward Karn, MA, MSt, Senior Lecturer, Dept of History/University of Southampton (has made significant contributions to the publication of English medieval ecclesiastical records and to the understanding of the Anglo-Norman justice system).