1 Feb Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:

  • Lynda Mulvin, BA, MArchSc, MLitt, PhD. Assoc. Prof., University College Dublin (is Irish partner in an EA/EU project, and has published on Roman and Byzantine antiquities, and 18th/19th C museums).
  • Jeremy Musson, LLb, M.Phil. Architectural historian, author and broadcaster.  (is expert on the British country house, with a number of related publications and broadcasts, member of Ely Cathedral FAC and trustee of Stowe House Preservation Trust, advises St Paul’s Cathedral and the National Trust).
  • Andrew Wareham, BA, MA, PhD. Reader in medieval economic history at University of Roehampton (directs BA Hearth Tax Project and Centre for Hearth Tax Research, with extensive research and publications in related fields).
  • Malcolm Leonard Reid, BA. Consultant archaeologist (is expert on the history and archaeology of Cheshire and has contributed to the Historic Landscape Characterisation project and the revised Pevsner volume for Cheshire).
  • Andrew Cochrane, BA, MA, PhD. University lecturer (specialist in prehistoric art, on which he has co-edited 3 volumes and several papers, has contributed to exhibitions at the British Museum and Sainsbury Centre, Norwich).
  • Anne Johnson, BA, PhD. Archaeologist (has published on Roman auxiliary forts in Britain and Germany, was Oxford Archaeotechnics project manager, with extensive research and consultancy experience across the UK).
  • James Gerrard, BA, MA, PhD. S. Lecturer in Roman Archaeology, Newcastle University (has written extensively on Roman Britain, and is currently engaged on the long-term investigation of the Roman villa at Lufton).
  • Simon Underdown, BSc, PhD. S. Lecturer in Biological Anthropology, Oxford Brookes (specialist in prehistory and human evolution, director of fieldwork projects across the world, promotes science education through broadcasting, journalism and leadership roles in a number of learned bodies in his field).
  • Dominic Selwood, LLB, DEA, DPhil. Independent scholar, lecturer and writer of history (has a particular interest in the crusades and medieval religious organisations).
  • Graeme Warren, BA, MA, PhD. Assoc. Prof. and Head of School of Archaeology, University College, Dublin (is a specialist in the archaeology of hunter-gatherers and the adoption of agriculture, on which he has published widely, and is currently leading 2 major fieldwork projects).