12 Mar Ballot Results
12 March 2015
10 new Fellows elected...
We've elected 10 new Fellows:
- James Eogan, BA, MA. Senior Archaeologist, Irish National Roads Authority (responsible for archaeology on motorway schemes in Munster and Leinster; has contributed to and edited books on archaeology in Ireland).
- Nicola Rogers, BA, PGCertMusStud. Artefact Researcher, York Archaeological Trust (specialist in medieval artefacts and also has published on the York Mystery Plays).
- David John Williams, OBE, FREng, PhD, DEng, FIMechE. Professor of Healthcare Engineering, Loughborough University (internationally recognised expert on gun making, on which he has published widely; has collaborated with the Royal Armouries and the Wallace Collection).
- Leif Isaksen, MA, MSc, PhD. Co-Director, Web Science Doctoral Training Centre, University of Southampton (leading figure in digital humanities, particularly relating to the ancient world, archaeology and cartography).
- Catriona Mackie, MSc, PhD. Lecturer in Manx Studies, University of Liverpool (has expertise in a wide range of studies in the language and vernacular architecture of the Celtic West).
- John Chandler, BA, PhD, DipLib. Historian and publisher (formerly Wiltshire county local studies librarian; has researched and published widely on the history of Wiltshire and Dorset; county editor of VCH for Gloucestershire).
- Serena Christine Cant, BA, MPhil. Maritime historian (specialist maritime adviser for English Heritage and has also worked on the slave trade and women’s history; author of England’s Shipwreck Heritage).
- Virginia Grace Davis, BA, PhD. Professor of Medieval History, Queen Mary University of London (outstanding researcher in late medieval English church history, particularly the records of clergy in London, and has also published studies of Wykeham and Waynflete).
- Charles Donahue, Jr, AB, LLB. Professor, Harvard Law School (leading expert on the history of law in the Middle Ages, especially medieval church courts and has published extensively).
- Robert Morkot, BA, PhD. Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Exeter (Egyptologist and leading authority on the relationship between Pharaonic Egypt and Nubia and also has interests in Libya; has published many papers).