12 December Ballot Results

We have elected 10 new Fellows  

  • Johanna Enqvist, MA, PhD. Research Coordinator at the Helsinki Term Bank, she has broad experience in Finnish heritage management, and is currently working on archaeological categorisations and concept.
  • Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis, MA, PhD. Lecturer in Classics at the University of St Andrews, she works on the cultural history of objects and spaces as well as on the reception of Classical material in Europe from c.1760-1830.
  • Francesca Scoones. Previously Curator of Records at the National Trust, she has worked on a wide variety of topics and projects related to the history and presentation of country houses.
  • Caradoc Peters, MA, PhD. HE Programme Leader of Archaeology at Truro College, he has published widely on digital heritage and the archaeology of Cornwall and is a Member of University Archaeology UK and the Archaeological Archives Forum UK.
  • Charlotte Bolland, BA, MA, PhD. Senior Curator for sixteenth century collections at the National Portrait Gallery, she has worked on Tudor projects, and has authored essays in various publications.
  • Hanna Snellman, MA, PhD. Professor of Ethnology at the University of Helsinki, her research is on contemporary and historic migration within and from the Arctic with c.100 academic publications.
  • Alice Stevenson, BA, MA, MPhil, PhD. Associate Professor of Museum Studies at UCL Institute of Archaeology, previously Curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, her research focuses on the professional practices and ethics of archaeology, anthropology and museums.
  • James Conolly, BA, MA, MSc, PhD. Professor of Archaeology at Trent University, Canada, he works on the archaeology of complex hunter-gatherer and early agricultural communities; he is an editor for World Archaeology, and director of the Ontario Archaeological Society.
  • John Poulter, BSc. A retired systems analyst, he has made an important contribution to understanding the principles underlying the planning of Hadrian’s Wall and the Antonine Wall; he has published journal articles on this topic and is the author of two British Archaeological Reports.
  • Daryl Green, BA, MA, MSc.  Librarian and Curator of Special Collections at Magdalen College, Oxford, he has organised numerous exhibitions and is currently involved in the Thinking 3D research project.