* Robert Adams , Oxford University, philosophy; Stephen Ball , Institute of Education, London, sociology of education; Dorothy Bishop , Oxford, developmental neuropsychology; Ken Booth , University of Wales, international relations; John Butt , Glasgow University, history of music; Richard Carwardine , Oxford, American history; Avshalom Caspi , King's College London, social, genetic and developmental psychiatry; John Child , Birmingham University, commerce; Hugh Collins , London School of Economics, law; Helen Cooper , Cambridge University, English literature; James Dunn , Durham University, theology and religion; David Feldman , Cambridge, law; Andrew George , School of Oriental and African Studies, Assyriology; Sudhir Hazareesingh , Oxford, politics; Ray Hudson , Durham, geography; Michael Lipton, Sussex University, economics; Edna Longley , Queen's University Belfast, English literature; Stephen Machin , University College London, economics; Hector MacQueen , Edinburgh University, law; Martin Millett, Cambridge, archaeology; Michael Moriarty , Queen Mary, University of London, French; Robin Osborne , Cambridge, ancient history; Jacqueline Rose , Queen Mary, English literature; Jill Rubery , Manchester, economic sociology; Rosalind Savill , The Wallace Collection, history of art; Hamish Scott , St Andrews University, international history; Stephen Shennan , UCL, archaeology; Neil Shephard , Oxford, economics; Avi Shlaim , Oxford, international relations; Paul Sillitoe , Durham, anthropology; Patricia Thane , Institute of Historical Research, London, contemporary British history; Edward Timms , Sussex, German studies; Nigel Vincent , Manchester, linguistics; Charles Withers , Edinburgh, historical geography.
* Senior fellowships: Rosemary Cramp , Durham, archaeology; Barbara Hardy , Birkbeck, University of London, English literature; Rudolf Klein , Bath University, social policy.
* Corresponding fellowships: Roger Bagnall , US, classics; Guy Canivet , France, law; Manuel Castells , US, sociology; Martina Deuchler , Switzerland, Korean studies; Avinash Dixit , US, economics; Shmuel Eisenstadt , Israel, sociology; Michael Fried , US, history of art; Aleksandr Kibrik , Russia, theoretical linguistics; Emanuel Tov , Israel, biblical studies; Phillippe Van Parijs , Belgium, economic and social ethics.
* Honorary fellowships: David W. Packard and Lisbet Rausing .
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