13 Nov Ballot Results
13 November 2014
10 new Fellows elected...
We've elected 10 new Fellows:
- Christina Unwin, BA. Archaeological illustrator and designer (her work includes reconstruction drawings for publications and designs for archaeological exhibitions, books and journals; co-author of a book on Boudica).
- Christine Ann Hastorf, BA, MA, PhD. Professor of Anthropology, University of California–Berkeley (internationally respected specialist in paleoethnobotany and the archaeology of food; her main fieldwork has been in S America).
- Ian Morris, BA, PhD. Willard Professor of Classics, Stanford University (classical archaeologist with an interest in the ancient Mediterranean and its place in world history; has directed excavations in Sicily and Greece).
- Christopher Constable, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Archaeological Officer, London Borough of Southwark (lectures regularly on the area’s heritage; has a specialist interest in medieval and post-medieval buildings).
- Margaret Ann Twycross, MA, BLitt. Professor Emerita of English Medieval Studies, Lancaster University (leading expert in medieval and early Renaissance theatre and pageantry; has pioneered the recreation of medieval performance style and used digital imaging for manuscript research).
- Cynthia Robin, BA, PhD. Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University, IL (authority on Mayan archaeology and noted for her project at Chan, Belize; has published three books and many articles).
- Neil Guthrie, BA, DPhil, LLB. Lawyer (has published a broad range of publications on British 18th-century history, especially that of the Jacobites and their material culture).
- Adam David Ford, BA. Archaeologist (has made a significant contribution to archaeology, especially in Australia in both local government and the private sector, and has broadcast on local history; has published extensively).
- Glyn Davies, MA, PhD. Curator, V&A (has made a significant contribution to medieval and renaissance studies through curating, lecturing and publishing; has a special interest in ivory carvings and metalwork).
- Vanessa Jane King, BA. Lecturer and tutor, University of London (specialises in medieval history, particularly the Norman Conquest; has published on the early bishopric of Winchester and 10th- and 11th-century prosopography).