12 Nov Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:   

  • Edward Potten, BA, MSc, MA. Joint Head of Special Collections & Head of Rare Books, Cambridge University Library (researches and publishes widely on book and library history, particularly early printed books and 19th-century libraries).
  • Hajnalka Herold, DipArch, PhD. Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology, University of Exeter (specialist in the early medieval period, especially élite settlements in central Europe at the crossroads of the Carolingian and Byzantine worlds).
  • David Owen Norris, MA, FRAM, FRCO. Professor of Musical Performance, University of Southampton (historian of the piano, particularly early pianos, and a musicologist; an accomplished performer, composer and broadcaster).
  • Robert Parker, CB, MA. Retired Parliamentary Counsel (has drafted much legislation relating to material culture; joint editor of a book of cases on English law; now publishes texts of papyri from Graeco-Roman Egypt).
  • Nicolas Bell, MA, MA, MPhil, PhD. Curator, Music Collections, British Library; from Oct 2015 Librarian, Trinity College, Cambridge (has published extensively on music in medieval manuscripts and on liturgical texts).
  • Keith Robert Gulvin, BA, MA. Team Leader, Medway Social Services (historian of post-medieval fortifications particularly in Kent and Dorset; has achieved statutory protection for numerous military structures, notably on the Medway).
  • Richard Havis, BA. Senior Historic Environment Consultant, Essex County Council (has extensive experience of managing historic environment implications of large-scale developments, notably at Stansted Airport, where he has also excavated).
  • Richard Oram, BA. Planning Archaeologist, Oxfordshire County Council (has published on Bronze Age, Iron Age and medieval subjects and is engaged in community archaeology projects).
  • Jennifer Scott, BA, MA. Director, Holburne Museum, Bath (former Curator of Paintings at the Royal Collection; has curated major exhibitions in London and Edinburgh and has lectured and published widely).
  • Joseph Attard Tabone, PhD. Antiquarian and conservationist (has campaigned successfully for the protection and interpretation of the archaeology of Gozo and has published widely on its major monuments).