04 Dec Ballot Results
04 December 2014
9 new Fellows elected...
We've elected 9 new Fellows:
- Matthew Rice, BA, HonBA. Company Director (active in conservation and popular education on historic buildings; author of Building Norfolk and Lost City of Stoke-on-Trent; has rehabilitated industrial buildings in Stoke for continued use as a pottery).
- William Wootton, BA, MPhil, DPhil. Lecturer in Roman Art, King’s College London (specialist in the production of art in antiquity, especially mosaics and sculptures, and the relations between patron and client; has published widely and done much to stimulate interest in ancient craftsmanship).
- Frank Vermeulen, MA, PhD. Professor of Roman Archaeology, Ghent University (has made substantial contributions to archaeological methodology for landscape research, especially in Italy, Corsica and Portugal).
- Kenneth Lymer, BSc, MA, PhD. Drawing Officer, Wessex Archaeology (specialist in the rock art and prehistoric art of Central Asia; has conducted fieldwork and published widely, especially on Kazakhstan).
- Keith Moore, BA, MA, DipLib. Head of Library and Information Services, Royal Society (has written extensively about the collections of the Royal Society and the Wellcome Library; frequent public lecturer and broadcaster).
- Lowell Libson. Art historian (internationally recognised and respected dealer in British art, especially 18th-century portraits; benefactor and supporter of museums; member of Reviewing Committee for Export of Works of Art).
- Hallie Buckley, PhD. Deputy Head, Dept of Anatomy, University of Otago (a leading biological anthropologist working in the Pacific; has published extensively and has considerable experience as an academic supervisor).
- William Andrew Saturno, BA, MA, PhD. Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Boston University (has excavated and published important Maya sites in Honduras and Guatemala and promoted archaeology through lectures, broadcasting and exhibitions).
- Carole Souter, BA, MA. Chief Executive, Heritage Lottery Fund (wide experience and knowledge of the history, archaeology and natural history of Britain).