BA fellows

July 15, 2005

  • The British Academy has appointed the following officers for 2005-06: Onora O'Neil , president; Roger Kain , treasurer; Nicholas Mann , foreign secretary; David McKitterick , publications secretary; John Morrill , chairman of the communications and activities committee; Robert Bennett , chairman of the research committee; Michael Fulford , chairman of the board for academy sponsored institutes and societies; Rosemary Ashton , vice-president (humanities); and Duncan Gallie , vice-president (social sciences).
  • The following professors were elected fellows: Philip Alexander , theology, Manchester University; Andrew Barker , classics, Birmingham University; Bonnie Blackburn , independent scholar, musicology; Richard Britnell , history, Durham University; Bernard Capp , history, Warwick University; Gordon Clark , geography, Oxford University; Roger Cotterrell , law, Queen Mary, University of London; Cairns Craig , English literature, Edinburgh University; Colin Crouch , sociology, Warwick University; David d'Avray , history, University College London; Simon Deakin , law, Cambridge University; Ian Diamond , sociology, Economic and Social Research Council; Dorothy Edgington , philosophy, Oxford; Sandra Fredman , law, Oxford; Miriam Glucksmann , sociology, Essex University; Christopher Gosden , archaeology, Oxford; Brian Harrison , history, Oxford; Jo Labanyi , Spanish literature, Southampton University; Andrew Linklater , political studies, University of Wales, Aberystwyth; David McCrone , sociology, Edinburgh; April McMahon , linguistics, Edinburgh; Ronald Martin , geography, Cambridge; Costas Meghir , economics, University College London; Dawn Oliver , law, UCL; David Perrett , psychology, St Andrews University; Robert Plomin , psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London; Graham Rees , English literature, Queen Mary; David Reynolds , history, Cambridge; David Sanders , political studies, Essex University; Geoffrey Searle , history, University of East Anglia; Hyung Song Shin , economics, London School of Economics and Political Science; Nicholas Thomas , anthropology, Goldsmith's, University of London; Gerard van Gelder , Oriental studies, Oxford; Anthony Venables , economics, LSE; Marina Warner , English literature, Essex University.
  • Senior fellowships: Sydney Anglo , history, formerly of Swansea University; Stuart Hall , cultural studies, Open University; and Michael Zander , law, LSE.
  • Corresponding fellowships: Ofer Bar-Yosef , archaeology, US; William Baumol , economics, US; David Bevington , English literature, US; Nicholas Canny , history, Ireland; Kit Fine , philosophy US; Yash Ghai , law, Hong Kong; Rodney Huddleston , linguistics, Australia; Detlef Liebs , law, Germany; Allan Pred , geography, US; and John Roemer , political studies, US.
  • Honorary Fellowship: David Windlesham , life peer and former principal, Brasenose College, Oxford.

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