August 22, 2003

The British Academy has elected officers for 2003-04:

W. G. Runciman (president), R. J. P. Kain (treasurer), C. N. J. Mann (foreign secretary), D. J. McKitterick (publications secretary), R. J. Bennett (chairman, research committee).

Fellows include: R. C. Allen (economic history, Oxford), I. Armstrong (literature, Birkbeck, London), K. Barber (African studies, Birmingham), E. Boa (German literature, Nottingham), S. J. Broadie (philosophy, St Andrews), S. Bruce (sociology, Aberdeen), A. M. Burnett (classics, The British Museum), D. M. Clark (psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, London), J. Cleland (demography, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), J. E. Curtis (archaeology, The BM), G. I. Davies (theology, Edinburgh), T. F. Eagleton (literature, Manchester), R. F. Ellen (anthropology, Kent at Canterbury), D. J. Hand (social statistics, Imperial), P. J. Hennessy (history, Queen Mary, London), B. A. Hepple (law, Cambridge), l. Hill (literature, Warwick), D. J. Ibbetson (law, Cambridge), J. T. Jackson (history, Wales at Swansea), D. King (political studies, Oxford), N. Kiyotaki (economics, LSE), P. R. G. Layard (economics, LSE), J. D. McClean (law, Sheffield), M. D. Maiden (linguistics, Oxford), D. J. Mattingly (archaeology, Leicester), B. C. Parekh (political science, LSE), A. M. Pettigrew (business studies, Warwick), A. Phillips (political science, LSE), T. Puttfarken (art history, Essex), B. Richardson (Italian literature, Leeds), N. A. M. Rodger (history, Exeter), R. Sharpe (history, Oxford), N. J. Thrift (geography, Bristol), R. I. Woods (demography, Liverpool).

Senior fellows: G. Best (history), P. D. A. Harvey (history), E. Jones (geography).

Corresponding fellows: H. W. Arthurs (law, Canada), F. Barth (anthropology, Norway), W. P. Blockmans (history, The Netherlands), J. S. Bruner (psychology, US), F. Coarelli (classics, Italy), M. L. Gasparov (literature, Russia), P. M. Kennedy (history, US), H. Love (literature, Australia), E. S. Maskin (economics, US), A. Ranney (political studies, US).

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