6 Oct Ballot Results
06 October 2016
10 new Fellows elected...
We've elected 10 new Fellows:
- Charlotte Berry, MScEcon, PhD. Archivist, Hereford Cathedral (has a national profile in archives administration and experience in digitisation projects; her major research is in Scandinavian translation and children’s literature).
- Richard Hoggett, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Archaeological Officer, Suffolk County Council (has extensive experience and knowledge of the archaeology and history of Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire).
- Michael Hall, MA, MPhil, PhD. Consultant curator, J.Paul Getty Museum, LA (Curator Emeritus to the Lord Mayor of London; his interests include collecting, the decorative arts of France and aspects of the Rothschild family).
- David Taylor, BA, MSc. Curator of Pictures and Sculpture, National Trust (specialises in early modern British portraiture; has published widely and has curated exhibitions on Peter Lely, Stanley Spencer and Rembrandt).
- Susan Patricia Berry, CertEd, BA, MSc, PhD. Independent scholar (formerly Principal Lecturer, University of Brighton, where she specialised in heritage tourism; her published research focuses on the development of seaside resorts and the history of landed estates).
- Michael Ramage, MArch, PhD. Senior Lecturer in Architectural Engineering, University of Cambridge (has worked and written extensively on architecture in Turkey and at Pompeii).
- Chantal Conneller, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology, University of Manchester (prehistoric archaeologist with a special interest in technology and materials; has co-directed excavations in Yorkshire, Denbighshire and Jersey).
- Sheila ffolliott, AB, PhD. Retired Professor of Art History, George Mason University, VA (distinguished scholar of Renaissance and Baroque studies, in particular women patrons, artists and collectors; has published extensively).
- Malin Holst, BA, MSc. Teaching Fellow, Dept of Archaeology, University of York (has made major contributions to the study of human remains, especially in Yorkshire).
- Clare Randall, BSc, MSc, PhD. Archaeologist (osteologist and zooarchaeologist who specialises in the interpretation of ancient fields, particularly in SW Britain).