13 Oct Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:   

  • Peter Robert Keith Andrew Davidson, MA, PhD. Senior Fellow and Archivist, Campion Hall, Oxford (until recently Professor of Renaissance Studies, University of Aberdeen; has published extensively on English Renaissance literature and Catholicism in British life and culture).
  • Nicholas Doggett, BA, PGCert Field Arch, PhD. Historic Built Environment Consultant (specialises in planning issues relating to listed buildings and conservation areas; has published widely on medieval and post-medieval church architecture).
  • Julia Walworth, MA, PhD. Fellow Librarian, Merton College, Oxford (formerly Head of Special Collections, University of London Library; her research and publications focus on the history of manuscript and early printed books in W Europe).
  • Steve Mills, BA, MA, PhD. Lecturer in IT Applications, Cardiff School of History & Archaeology (specialises in the application of digital techniques to the study of the past from the Neolithic in the Balkans to industrial S Wales).
  • James Edward Ede, MA. Chairman of Charles Ede Ltd (has devoted much time to encouraging ethical trading in ancient art and to co-operating with academics; valuer for the Portable Antiquities Scheme).
  • Colin Sheaf, MA. Head of Asian Art, Bonham’s (masterminded sale of the ‘Nanking Cargo’; has written and lectured extensively on Chinese art; trustee of the Percival David Foundation).
  • Jill Whitelock, MA, MA, MPhil, PhD. Head of Special Collections, Cambridge University Library (has overseen many acquisitions and projects at the library, including the cataloguing of its incunabula; her research interests include Middle English literature and early English printing).
  • Augustine Casiday, BSc, BA, MA, PhD. Head of Classics, St David’s Catholic Sixth Form College, Cardiff (expert in early Christian monasticism and Byzantine history, on which he has written extensively).
  • Philippa Hoskin, MA, DPhil. Professor of Medieval Studies, University of Lincoln (distinguished historian of the medieval Church, especially administrative records at episcopal level; editor of numerous publications).
  • Alison Betts, BA, MA, PhD. Professor, Dept of Archaeology, University of Sydney (expert on the archaeology of the Levant, the Bronze Age of Eurasia, W China and the Silk Road; has excavated and published extensively).