15 Feb Ballot Results

We've elected 10 new Fellows:

  • Toby Musgrave, BSc, PhD. Independent Scholar (specialist in garden history and history of plant-collecting, on which he has published extensively, with a biography of Sir Joseph Banks (Yale) forthcoming).
  • Timothy Reynolds, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Lecturer and Head of Archaeology, Birkbeck College (has directed excavations and published extensively on the Palaeolithic archaeology of Europe, North Africa and Southeast Asia).
  • Nicholas Holder, BA, MA, PhD. Freelance Archaeologist/historian (with a special interest in medieval monastic archaeology and the material evidence for death, burial and commemoration).
  • Michael Shapland, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Historic Buildings Archaeologist (practicing archaeologist and active researcher in the field of early medieval archaeology on which he has published two highly regarded edited volumes)
  • Peter Gould, BA, PhD. Archaeologist and Economist (In addition to an extensive business and advisory career is Director of the Sustainable Preservation Initiative and holds academic and editorial positions relating to archaeology and cultural heritage).
  • Edward Town, BA, MA, D.Phil. Assistant Curator and Head of Collections Information & Access, Yale Centre for British Art (specialist in early modern art and architectural history).
  • Christopher Monkhouse BA, MA. Museum Curator (retired, during a career as Curator at the Art Institute of Chicago and other US museums he has published, exhibited, and lectured widely on the decorative arts and served on a number of associated bodies).
  • John Morgan-Guy, BA, PhD. Clergyman, archivist and university lecturer (retired, expert in the histories of medicine and art, especially in Wales, he is Vice-President of the Octavia-Hill Society and a trustee of The Friends of Friendless Churches).
  • John Allen, MA. Church historian (whose research into Sussex parish churches is published and shared in a widely used website).
  • Allan Barton, BA, MA, PhD. Clerk in holy orders (has lectured and published widely on late medieval art, architecture, liturgy and on 19th and 20th cent. liturgiology, and is a trustee of the Church Tourism and Visitor Association).