21 March 2019 Ballot Results
21 March 2019
We've elected 15 new Fellows:
- Charles O'Brien, BA. Architectural historian who is joint editor of, and contributor to, the Pevsner Architectural series and a Commissioner for Historic England.
- Timothy McCann, BA, DAA. Former archivist at West Sussex Record Office, who is active locally and nationally as an archivist and a historian of recusancy and cricket.
- Paul Fox, BA, MA, PhD. Former Lt Col, an historian of visual culture specialising in the representation of armed conflict, who is a member of the Cultural Property Protection team at Newcastle and is involved in Blue Shield in the UK and Internationally.
- Julia Crick, MA, PhD. Professor of palaeography at King’s College, London, an historian of the Middle Ages, and lead academic of the Exon Domesday project.
- Edmund Simons BA, MLitt. Reader in Cultural Heritage, Dundee, specialising in understanding and managing historic buildings and landscapes, currently working on a collaborative heritage/science project on human impact on Antarctica.
- Adam Brumm BA, MA, PhD. Associate Professor at the Australian Research Centre of Human Evolution, Brisbane whose research focuses on the early human settlement of south-east Asia.
- Esther Renwick BA, MA, PhD. Director of Moder Dy and Archaeological Advisor for Archaeology Shetland, working in Shetland to create a sustainable model of academically credible work carried out by the community.
- Mark Beattie-Edwards, BA, MA. Director of the Nautical Archaeology Society, with wide experience as a maritime archaeologist.
- Brian Martin Lodwick, MA, M.Phil, PhD. Former Treasurer and Chancellor of Llandaff Cathedral who has published research on religious history, biography, building history and topography, especially in Glamorgan.
- Melanie Pomeroy-Kellinger, BA, MA. County Archaeologist, Wiltshire, with extensive record of publication, lecturing and advisory services.
- Tim Thomas, BA, PhD. Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, Otago, NZ, who specializes in the archaeology and historical anthropology of Oceania.
- Claire Breay MBE, MA, PhD, DAA. Head of Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern MSS at the British Library, lead curator and co-editor of catalogues for the Library's major exhibitions on Magna Carta and Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms.
- Caroline Barron, BA, MA PhD. Ancient Historian specialising in Latin epigraphy who is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at Birkbeck from 2019.
- Edward Banning, BA, MA, PhD. Professor of Archaeology at Toronto who has introduced and developed novel theory and methods to his research on early agricultural societies in the Near East.
- Krista Kesselring, BA, PhD. Professor of History at Halifax specialising in Tudor England, with a focus on the history of English legal institutions, and on northern history.