08 November Ballot Results

  • Andrew Jackson, BA, MA, PhD. Head of Research at Bishop Grosseteste University, whose work in history and heritage studies takes a multidisciplinary approach and an interest in community engagement.
  • Tessa Rajak, BA, MA, D.Phil. Professor Emerita in Ancient History, specialising in texts and material evidence of the Jewish diaspora, who has published extensively and held many distinguished international visiting professorships.
  • Penelope Earle Wallis, BA, MA, PhD. Art historian and historian specialising in medieval culture on which she has published, and about which she lectures for various institutions.
  • Lisa Lodwick, BA, MSt, D Phil. Post-doctoral Research Fellow at All Souls College working in the field of archaeobotany, especially the relationships between urbanisation and agriculture in later prehistoric and Roman Europe.
  • Timothy Brittain-Catlin, MA, PhD, Dip.Arch., RIBA. Architectural historian of the 19th-21st centuries, specialising in the study of A.W.N. Pugin, currently Reader at Kent School of Architecture and vice-chair of the Twentieth Century Society.
  • Robert Woosnam-Savage, BA. Curator of arms and armour at the Royal Armouries, an authority on edged weapons, the Jacobites, battlefields and arms and armour in films, on which he lectures, publishes and exhibits.
  • Sue Brunning, BA, MA, PhD. Curator of European Early Medieval Collections at the British Museum, specialising in the material from Sutton Hoo and with a focus on Anglo-Saxon metalwork.
  • Neil Wilkin, BA, MPhil, PhD. Curator of Early Europe at the British Museum, expert on ceramics and metalwork of the Bronze Age, responsible for chance Bronze Age treasure finds from England and instrumental in the digitization of the Bronze Age Index.
  • Martin Papworth, BSc, Ma, PhD. Senior Archaeological Consultant for the National Trust with extensive experience primarily in the Southwest where he has directed the programme at Chedworth Roman Villa, from its inception, with a focus on public understanding.
  • Philip Wise, MA. Heritage Manager at Colchester Castle with numerous publications arising from his research in Anglo-Saxon, late medieval and early post-medieval eastern England, who serves as committee member and transaction editor for the Society for Museum Archaeology.