23 Mar Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:   

  • David Ingham, MA, MSt. Project Officer, Albion Archaeology (has supervised research excavations at Water Newton and Vindolanda and done outstanding work as Secretary of the S Midlands and E Midlands Regional Groups of the Council for British Archaeology).
  • Peter Charles Herring, BA, MPhil. Head of Historic Places Investigation for South and West, Historic England (landscape archaeologist with a particular knowledge of Cornwall; has published widely on prehistoric monuments, medieval farming and designed landscape).
  • Joe Abrams, BA. Regional Manager, Headland Archaeology (has extensive knowledge of the archaeology of E and SE England, particularly the Iron Age and Roman periods; has published on sites of a wide range of periods).
  • Michelle Farrell, BSc, PhD. Environmental archaeologist, University of Hull (has contributed to knowledge of Orkney, Britain and Malta through human/environment interactions in prehistory and later; has written numerous papers and reports and organized international research meetings).
  • Peter Petchey, BA, MA, PhD. Archaeologist based in New Zealand (has recorded prehistoric burials in NE Thailand and been a key figure in the archaeology of the Otago region; currently working in Myanmar).
  • John Millington Munns, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD, PGCE, Cert Theology. Lecturer in Medieval Art and Architecture, University of Cambridge; Anglican priest (art and cultural historian, specialising in medieval art and architecture, on which he has published a major book and articles).
  • Christine Morris, BA, PhD. Associate Professor in Greek Archaeology and History, Trinity College Dublin (leading scholar in Aegean Bronze Age archaeology; her research interests and publications include ceramic studies, art and religion and historiography of Minoan Crete).
  • Douglas Boin, MA, PhD. Assistant Professor of History, St Louis University, Missouri (has directed excavations at Ostia, on which he has published widely; has also published on the Roman imperial cult and received numerous teaching awards).
  • Andrew Ziminski. Stonemason and conservator (has had a lifetime’s interest in archaeology and built heritage; has conserved the tower and spire of Salisbury Cathedral and worked on many important buildings of all periods).
  • Delia Gaze, BA. Academic editor (edits academic books on the history of art and is author of the acclaimed Dictionary of Women Artists).