27 June Ballot Results

We have elected 10 new Fellows.

  • Susan Greaney, BA, MsC. Senior Properties Historian at English Heritage responsible for visitor interpretation at Tintagel, currently researching the emergence and development of Neolithic monument complexes in Britain and Ireland.
  • Greg Sullivan, BA, MA, PhD. Art historian and curator who has held posts at major institutions in the UK, is online editor of the Biographical Dictionary of Sculptors in Britain, and author of several monographs.
  • Adrian Corder-Birch, D.L. Past President of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History with extensive service related to Essex history and publications on industrial archaeology and several Essex parishes.
  • James Monroe, BA, MA, PhD. Archaeologist and Associate Professor of
  • Anthropology at UCSC who researches the intersections between histories of trans-Atlantic slave trade, anthropologies of space and landscape and archaeologies of the state.
  • Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard, BA, MA, MSc, PhD. Professor of Political Science, University of Copenhagen who is an authority on heraldry and military orders on which he has published extensively.
  • Andrew Woods, BA, Mlitt, PhD. Senior Curator, York Museums Trust, who
  • has published widely on early medieval coinage and was 2017 winner of the Blunt Prize for significant contribution to the study and interpretation of numismatics.
  • Christopher Jones, BA, MA, PhD. Associate Professor of History, University of Canterbury NZ, currently President of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Studies with many publications on the history of medieval political thought.
  • Francis Green, BA, MPhil, MSc. Senior Archaeologist with the New Forest
  • National Park Authority, an archaeobotanist with interest in Roman and medieval urban sites.
  • Katherine Barker, BA, MA. Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, Bournemouth University following a distinguished career as an historical geographer focusing on the early medieval West Country.
  • Eric Nye, BA, MA, PhD. Professor of English, University of Wyoming, specialist in the Romantic period, formerly Distinguished Academic Visitor, Queens' College, Cambridge.