09 Oct Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:

  1. Charlotte Behr, PhD. Reader in Roman and Early Medieval History, University of Roehampton (specialises in the history, art history and archaeology of early medieval Europe, in particular the iconography of bracteates, on which she has published major work).
  2. Caroline Rachel Wells, BA. Archaeologist (President of the Sussex Archaeological Society; has worked and published extensively on the Somerset Levels and more recently on the prehistoric archaeology of Sussex).
  3. John Kyriakos Papadopoulos, BA, MA, PhD. Professor of Archaeology and Classics, University of California, Los Angeles (has excavated and published on sites in Greece, Albania, Italy and Australia, with a special focus on Aegean prehistory).
  4. Simon Charles Constantine Kirsop, BA. Senior Officer, HM Revenue and Customs (expert in taxation relief for buildings, land and art; his interests include Early Medieval and Romanesque art, Chinese bronzes and ceramics and French art and history of the 17th and 18th centuries).
  5. Glenn Richardson, BA, PhD. Reader in Early Modern History, St Mary’s University, Twickenham (leading scholar in early Tudor court studies; has written two major works on the Field of Cloth of Gold and Cardinal Wolsey).
  6. Richard Green, DipAD, MA, FRSA. Art historian (retired curator of York Art Gallery; has particular expertise in British art of 18th-20th centuries on which he has published extensively).
  7. Gerald Miles Alabone, BA, BSc. Head of Frames Conservation, Tate (specialist in 17th-century frames; has contributed to the appreciation of frames as part of paintings’ provenance and context).
  8. Christopher James Skidmore, BA, MSt. MP for Bristol Kingswood (historian specialising in 15th- and 16th-century politics and nobility; author of three acclaimed books on Tudor history, including a biography of Edward VI).
  9. Martin John Wellings, MA, DPhil. Church historian (specialises in the 19th-20th history of Methodism and the Evangelical school of the Church of England, on which he has contributed to journals and edited volumes).
  10. Jonathan Carey, DipArch, RIBA. Conservation architect (has published numerous reports and surveys for English Heritage and National Trust; a nominated architect for the Churches Conservation Trust).