16 Mar Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:   

  • Rosamond McKitterick, MA, PhD, LittD. Emeritus Professor of Medieval History, University of Cambridge (scholar of material culture, whose work focuses on the Frankish kingdoms in the 8th and 9th centuries, using palaeographical and manuscript studies).
  • Adriano Aymonino, BA, MA, PhD. Lecturer, Dept of Art History, University of Buckingham (his work focuses on the transmission and uses of antique imagery and sources, particularly the patronage of the 1st Duke of Northumberland, and on classical reception in the Early Modern period).
  • Roy Porter, MA. Senior Properties Curator, English Heritage (has made significant contributions to the conservation and interpretation of historic buildings, especially in SE England).
  • Stewart Foster, DipHEd, BA, DPhil. Archivist, historian and Catholic priest (his work on the history and deceased clergy of the diocese of Brentwood has made a seminal contribution to Catholic history and Essex local studies from the Reformation onwards).
  • Mary Berg, MBE, MA, MSc. Retired historian (her focus is English Romanesque architecture and sculpture particularly in Kent; has published on the Norman churches of Kent).
  • Bettany Hughes, MA. Broadcaster and writer (has made a significant contribution to the public understanding of history, ancient history and archaeology through her documentary programmes; has published two widely acclaimed books on the ancient Greek world).
  • Toby Wilkinson, BA, PhD. Head, International Strategy Office, University of Cambridge (an authority on ancient Egypt across a wide range of themes; has published a dozen books and many articles and contributed to television and radio).
  • Peter Fraser Purton, BA, DPhil. Retired TUC policy officer (has conducted extensive research into medieval siege warfare, military engineering and artillery, on which he has published and lectured widely).
  • David Lepine, BA, PhD. Retired schoolmaster (historian of the medieval church with a particular interest in the history of cathedrals, on which he has published books and articles).
  • Mark Anderson, BA, MSt, MSc, PhD. Senior Lecturer, Digital Education, University of Greenwich (expert in African archaeology and digital education, on both of which he has published; conducts fieldwork in Ethiopia).