3 Mar Ballot Results

We've elected 9 new Fellows:   

  • Peter Ellis. Historic Buildings Consultant (internationally renowned for his analysis of historic mortars, plasters and renders; has published extensively and acted as consultant on major projects in the UK and abroad, including the Tower of London and St Paul’s Cathedral).
  • Nell Hoare, MBE, BA. Fundraising and Heritage Consultant (formerly Director of the Textile Conservation Centre and still actively supports textile conservation; currently runs the National Manuscripts Conservation Trust).
  • Zena Kamash, MA, DPhil. Lecturer in Roman Archaeology, Royal Holloway University of London (specialist in the archaeology of water management in the Roman Near East and Mediterranean; has also excavated in Britain).
  • Mark Hauser, PhD. Associate Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University, Illinois (historical archaeologist specialising in materiality and slavery in the 17th-19th century Atlantic and Indian Oceans; has published books on the economy and archaeology of the colonial Caribbean).
  • Judith Bronkhurst, BA, MA, MA, PhD. Independent art historian (highly respected expert in the Pre-Raphaelites; has published many articles and a major work on Holman Hunt).
  • John Gough, MA, DipCompPhil, PhD. Retired Lecturer, Dept of English, Leicester University (has had a lifelong interest in railways and their history, on which he has published widely; former Chairman of the Railway Study Association; also author of York Minster’s handbook for guides).
  • Sue Anderson, BA, MPhil. Freelance archaeologist (specialist in post-Roman ceramics and human skeletal remains and has published widely on both; has worked in E Anglia and Scotland; Editor of Archaeology Scotland magazine).
  • Faye Minter, BA, MA. Senior Archaeological Officer, Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service (specialises in Roman and early medieval material, particularly metal finds, brooches and strap fittings; has also co-ordinated survey work on Roman villa sites in Suffolk)
  • James Peill, MA. Curator of the Goodwood Collection (the leading English expert in Irish country houses, furniture and collections on which he has co-authored two books; also an expert in English country houses, paintings and collections).