Associate fellows

An Associate Fellow is likely to be a full-time academic researcher who is not affiliated to a university or similar HE centre, but is employed by an academic-related institution. Examples from among current Associate Fellows include English Heritage and The History of Parliament. They will normally hold a PhD qualification in history and have appropriate experience of scholarship in historical research. They will be expected to interact with the activities of the IHR and preference may be given to applicants whose research interests are related to the IHR’s current research centres and projects. Associate Fellowships are offered by the Institute’s Advisory Council. They are non-stipendiary and office facilities are not provided. The duration of the Fellowship will be three years in the first instance and can be renewed. At the end of the three-year term the holder will be required to submit a report. Applications must not be made by individuals wishing to become Associate Fellows. Rather, the head of the institution to which they belong should write to the Director of the IHR, outlining that institution's reasons for pursuing such a collaboration. Applications may then be considered on behalf of groups of such researchers. If it is agreed that the staff of a non-HEI institution may apply for Associate Fellow status, each Fellowship applicant should send to the Director of the IHR a current CV, a statement of research interests and an explanation of why the applicant requires the resources of the IHR. Two academic referees should be asked to send supporting letters for each applicant to the Director.

Dr Stephen Ball
The History of Parliament
Dr Andrew Barclay
The History of Parliament
Mr James Bennett
Science Museum, London
Dr Sue Berry
Victoria County History
Dr Tilly Blyth
Science Museum, London
Dr Timothy Boon
Science Museum, London
Dr Roger Bowdler
Historic England
Ms Alison Boyle
Science Museum, London
Dr Simon Bradley
Yale University Press
Mr Allan Brodie
Historic England
Dr Robert Bud
Science Museum, London
Dr Linda Clark
The History of Parliament
Dr Ben Coates
The History of Parliament
Dr Alex Craven
Victoria County History
Dr Alex Craven
Dr Robin Eagles
The History of Parliament
Dr Herbert Eiden (Victoria County History)
Dr Joseph Flatman
Historic England
Mr David Garrard
English Heritage
Ms Emily Gee
Historic England
Mr Peter Guillery
Survey of London - The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Dr Stuart Handley
The History of Parliament
Mr Simon Healy
The History of Parliament
Dr Alison Hess
Science Musuem
Mr Richard Hewlings
Historic England
Dr Paul Hunneyball
The History of Parliament
Dr Edward Impey
Royal Armouries
Dr Boris Jardine
Science Museum, London
Dr Hannes Kleineke
The History of Parliament
Dr Vivienne Larminie
The History of Parliament
Dr Patrick Little
The History of Parliament
Dr Charles Littleton
The History of Parliament
Dr Charles Moreton
The History of Parliament
Mr Douglas Muir
British Postal Museum
Mr Andrew Nahum
Science Museum, London
Mr Charles O'Brien
Yale University Press
Dr Ruth Paley
The History of Parliament
Dr Simon Payling
The History of Parliament
Dr Helen Peavitt
Science Museum, London
Dr Emma Peplow
History of Parliament
Dr Aileen Reid
Survey of London - The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Dr Kathryn Rix
The History of Parliament
Dr Stephen Roberts
The History of Parliament
Mr David Rooney
Science Museum, London
Mr Ben Russell
Science Museum, London
Mr Andrew Saint
Survey of London - The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Dr Philip Salmon
The History of Parliament
Dr David Scott
The History of Parliament
Dr Barbara Simms
MA in Garden and Landscape History
Ms Mary Siraut
Victoria County History
Dr Paul Stamper
Historic England
Dr Adrian Steel
British Postal Museum
Mr Philip Temple
Survey of London - The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Mr Colin Thom
Survey of London - The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Dr Christopher Thornton
County Editor, Victoria County History of Essex
Dr Andrew Thrush
The History of Parliament
Dr Deborah Turton
British Postal Museum