9 New Fellows Elected

  1. 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).
  2. 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). 
  3. 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).  
  4. 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). 
  5. 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). 
  6. Michael Charles Markham, BSc, PhD. Consultant geoscientìst (leading expert in the petrology 0f prehistoric stone artefacts, on which he has lectured and published). 
  7. Andrew C H Crisford, BSc. Horologist (former Master of the Worshipful Company 0f Clockmakers; specialist in antique watches, particularly the work 0f Breguet). 
  8. 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). 
  9. 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).