Fellow of the British Academy

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Name Title
Chris Frith British psychologist
Ash Amin British geographer and academic
Matthew Kramer British legal scholar
Hermione Lee Teacher
Clive Hamilton Australian economsit
Andrew Gamble British political scientist
Matthew Collins Footballer
Wendy Davies British historian
Andrea Prat Italian economist
George Steiner American writer
David Lockwood American sociologist
Robin Osborne British historian
Keith Chambers American conductors (music)
David Crystal British linguist and author
Ian Hacking Canadian philosopher
Carol Harrison British actor
Brian Butterworth British professor of cognitive neuropsychology
Gillian Beer British literary critic and academic
Amartya Sen Economist
Peyton Young American academic
Christopher Ricks British literary critic
George Warner English rugby union player
Brian Berry American Geographer
Franklin Allen American economist and academic
Richard Overy British historian
Aditi Lahiri German linguist
David Wiggins English philosopher
PF Strawson Philosopher
Christopher Dyer British historian
Ritchie Robertson Editor Taylor Professor of German at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of The Queen's College
Robin Donkin British historian
Hormasji Maneckji Seervai Indian lawyer
Walter Horace Bruford
Ian Brownlie British barrister and professor
Maurice Kendall American statistician
Brian Barry Academic philosopher
William Abel Pantin British historian
William John Blair Canadian politician
Robin Dunbar British academic
Stuart Hampshire British philosopher literary critic and university administrator
Kenneth O. Morgan British historian
Christopher Wickham British historian
William Paton Ker British academic
George Norman Clark English historian
Alan Bullock Historian and academic administrator
Susan Mendus British political philosopher
A. N. Sherwin-White British academic and spy
Vyacheslav Vsevolodovich Ivanov Soviet linguist
Richard Carnac Temple British commissioner
Wallace Lindsay Scottish Classical Scholar
William Morfill Professor of Russian and the other Slavonic languages at the University of Oxford
Norman Gash British historian
Piers Mackesy British military historian
C. A. Trypanis Greek classicist literary critic translator and poet
Alfred Comyn Lyall British poet historian and civil servant
Francis Ysidro Edgeworth Irish economist
Richard Jebb British journalist
William John Courthope British writer
Caroline Humphrey British academic anthropologist
Myles Burnyeat English classicist
AJ Ayer Philosopher
Nikolaus Pevsner Scholar of art history and architecture
George Walter Prothero British historian
Robinson Ellis British scholar
Gerald Cohen Canadian philosopher
Giorgio Melchiori
Karl Schefold Swiss archaeologist
Nicolas Coldstream British archaeologist
Leon Radzinowicz British criminologist
Richard Britnell British historian
Richard Titmuss British sociologist
Terence Wilmot Hutchison British economist
Jean Gottmann French Geographer
Bernard Comrie British linguist
A. J. Ayer English philosopher
Alexander Campbell Fraser British philosopher
I. E. S. Edwards British egyptologist
Maxine Molyneux British sociologist
Gertrude Caton–Thompson British archaeologist
David Maxwell Walker Scottish lawyer
Linda Colley British historian
Robert-Henri Bautier French historian
René Wellek Literary critic
Francis de Zulueta Law professor
Richard Carwardine Historian
Alexander Nove British historian of the economy of the Soviet Union
John Zachary Young English zoologist and neurophysiologist. Professor of anatomy and author
Francis Michael Longstreth Thompson British historian
F. F. Bruce
Alastair Fowler British Literary Critic
Samuel Rolles Driver British academic
Alexander Carr-Saunders British sociologist and biologist
T. S. R. Boase British art historian
David Binning Monro Classical scholar and academic administrator
Lewis Richard Farnell Classical scholar and academic administrator
Charles James Lyall
Charles Peers British businessman
Crispin Wright British philosopher
William St Clair Author
R. G. Collingwood British historian and philosopher
D. Nichol Smith Scootish academic
R. G. D. Allen British economist
Charles Hulme British psychologist
Norman H. Baynes British historian
Hugh Seton-Watson Historian
C. Vann Woodward Historian
Robert Yelverton Tyrrell Irish classical scholar
Richard Portes British economist
Curt F. Bühler
John Norman Davidson Kelly British academic
Lisbet Rausing Swedish philanthrpist
Robert Conquest American historian
Jon Driver British neuroscientist
Robert Carson (numismatist) British Numismatist
Mervyn King Darts Player
R. Geraint Gruffydd
Bernard Bosanquet
William Ridgeway British archaeologist
D. P. Walker British historian
Mary Leakey British anthropologist
Frank Adcock Historian cryptographer
Vivien Law Linguistic Scholar
John Sloboda British psychologist
C. K. Barrett British biblical scholar
Richard Bentall British psychologist
Kenneth Dover British classical scholar
Gertrude Himmelfarb American cultural historian
Wilfred G. Lambert
David Runciman British political scientist
Maurice Beresford British historian
John Plamenatz
W. Sidney Allen English linguist and philologist
William Hugh Clifford Frend British historian
David N. Livingstone British academic
D. R. Shackleton Bailey British scholar
Alfred Gell British anthropologist
Christopher J. Hill British political scientist
Jacob Rothschild Entrepreneur
John Percival Postgate British classical scholar
John Rigby Hale British historian
Carl Blegen American archaeologist
I. R. Christie British historian
Martin Biddle British archaeologist
David Abulafia Historian
Gershom Scholem Historian
William Edward Hartpole Lecky British politician
John Percy Vyvian Dacre Balsdon British historian
Robert William Hamilton British politician
R. H. Robins Linguist
Hugh Edward Richardson British diplomat and Tibetologist
David Sedley Classical philosopher
William Ritchie Sorley British philosopher
Ben Pimlott British historian
Martin Daunton Historian
Francis Robin Houssemayne Du Boulay Historian
Phil Rees (academic) British geographer
Reginald Hackforth Classical scholar
Alan Macfarlane British anthropologist
Nobuhiro Kiyotaki Japanese economist
N. G. L. Hammond British classical scholar
Oliver Franks Philosopher
Nicola Acocella Italian economist
Alfred Marshall English economist
Richard Rudolf Walzer Anglo-German philologsit and philosopher
Peter Thomas Bauer economist
George Peabody Gooch British politician
Campbell Dodgson Curator
Ifor Williams Welsh scholar
Robert Megarry British lawyer Vice-Chancellor of the Supreme Court
Alfred Radcliffe-Brown British anthropologist
Fergus Millar
Ian Simmons Geographer
W.H. Walsh Philosopher
Sydney Checkland
Terry Eagleton British writer academic and educator
Amélie Kuhrt British historian
Robert William Seton-Watson British historian
Charles Harding Firth British historian
Clifford Edmund Bosworth British historian
Anthony Quinton Philosopher
Richard Ettinghausen German art historian
John W. Baldwin American historian
Jennifer Hornsby British philosopher
Jocelyn Toynbee British archaeologist
Alexander Faulkner Shand English writer and barrister
Richard L. Hunter Australian classical scholar
F. M. Cornford
David Solkin Art historian
A. J. P. Taylor Historian
Bryan R. Wilson British sociologist
Christopher Shackle British academic
H.L.A. Hart Philosopher
A. C. Bradley Literary scholar
Vivian Hunter Galbraith British historian
Brian Woledge English academic
Leslie Stephen British mountain climber
George Saintsbury British literary critic
John Wordsworth English prelate
F. M. Powicke British historian
Robert Manuel Cook Classical archaeologist
Mogens Herman Hansen Classical philologist
Richard Pares Historian
A. S. F. Gow
Jon Stallworthy British writer
Charles Hercules Read British archaeologist
Courtney Stanhope Kenny British politician
R. W. Southern British historian
Calvert Watkins American linguist
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Indian philosopher and statesman
Martin Millett British archaeologist
Maurice Bowra English classical scholar academic and wit
George Salmon mathematician and Anglican theologian
Francis Crawford Burkitt British theologian and scholar
Robert Hinde British zoologist
David Cannadine British historian
David Neil MacKenzie British linguist
Bruno Snell German classical scholar
Robert Merrihew Adams American philosopher
Alexander Stuart Murray British archaeologist
David Malcolm Lewis
Mortimer Wheeler British archaeologist
Dawes Hicks British philosopher
Francis Watson British politician
Christopher Smout British historian
R. F. Foster (historian) irish historian
Cyril Burt English educational psychologist
Frank Leslie Cross
Bertrand Harris Bronson American academic
Veronica Wedgwood English historian
Charles Oman British politician
AJP Taylor Historian
Clive Gamble British anthropologist and archaeologist
David Hennessy
David Nichol Smith
Chen Yinque
Moses I. Finley American academic
David Perrett British psychologist
Howard Hayes Scullard British scholar
Hugh Trevor-Roper British historian
Judith Dunn
Ilya Gershevitch
Phyllis Deane
Richard Duncan-Jones Historian
William Crooke British orientalist
Mary Tregear British art historian
Gerald Gazdar British linguist
Joan Robinson English economist
Christopher A. Pissarides Cypriot economist
Wilfred Thesiger British explorer
Frances Yates British writer historian
F. R. Scott Canadian legal schoalr
Carleton Allen Australian professor
Reginald Lane Poole British historian
Jessica Rawson English art historian and academic; Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
Alan T. Peacock English economist
Brand Blanshard American philosopher
Neil Ripley Ker scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature
Nigel Thrift British human geographer
Lilian Hamilton Jeffery British archaeologist classical philologist and epigraphist
D. G. Champernowne British mathematician and economsit
Richard Claverhouse Jebb Classical scholar politician
David R. Harris English academic
Jonathan Dancy British philosopher
Francis J. Haverfield British historian and archaeologist
Bernard Pyne Grenfell British Egyptologist
Adolphus William Ward English historian
Karl Leyser German-born British historian
Kenneth St Joseph Brirtish archaeologist
George Zarnecki British art historian
Walter William Skeat British etymologist
Mary Douglas Leakey
Susanne Bobzien German-British philosopher
Christopher Alan Bayly British historian
Alfred Rupert Hall Historian of science
C. F. D. Moule British theologian and priest
Richard Blundell British economist
Susan J. Smith British geographer
Karl Popper Austrian-British philosopher of science
Mary Beard Blogger
Hyun-Song Shin South Korean economist
Ignace Gelb American historian
Charles Reed Peers British architect
Robert Goff, Baron Goff Of Chieveley
Gilbert Murray British scholar
Norman Davies British historian
Lee Seng Tee Singaporean businessman
Nora Kershaw Chadwick British medievalist
F. S. L. Lyons Irish historian
Nicholas Boyle
Martin J. S. Rudwick Historian of science
Andrew Martin Fairbairn British academic
W. K. C. Guthrie Classical philosopher
Walter Bruno Henning German linguist
William Searle Holdsworth British legal historian
Whitley Stokes Irish Celticist
William Mitchell Ramsay British academic
A. V. Dicey British jurist and constitutional theorist
Walter Bryan Emery British archaeologist
David Glass Business Executive
Philip Grierson British cademic and numismatist
Max Gluckman South African anthropologist
Gerald Aylmer British historian
Walter Fraser Oakeshott Schoolmaster
Charles Frederick Carter British economist
R. B. Braithwaite English philosopher
Maurice Cockrill British artist
Kathleen Kenyon British archaeologist
Richard Sorabji British philosopher
Alfred Edward Taylor British philosopher
John Wheeler-Bennett English historian
Jonathan Barnes British historian and philosopher
Florence Harmer
Alison Bashford Scholar
A. W. B. Simpson Legal academic
Richard J. Evans British historian
Susan Brigden historian
Terence Irwin Irish philosopher
Noel Malcolm British historian and journalist
Flinders Petrie British Egyptologist
Christopher Thorne British historian
A. L. Rowse Author and historian
Vicki Bruce Psychologist Professor of Psychology and current Head of the School of Psychology at Newcastle University
Hew Strachan British historian
Frank Kermode Manx writer
Terence James Reed British germanist
Alain Supiot French jurist
William Roger Louis American historian
David Samuel Margoliouth British orientalist
David Forbes Hendry British economist
Walter Burkert German scholar
Charles Clay Football Player
(Kathleen) Rachel Maxwell- Hyslop
Peter Trudgill British linguist
Bhikhu Parekh British political theorist
Charles Goodhart British economist
John Morrill Major League Baseball player manager
Bob Hepple Academic lawyer and human rights activist
Neil Shephard British economist
W. M. Gorman Irish economist
Charles Lethbridge Kingsford British historian and writer
David Kenneth Fieldhouse British historian
David Marquand British politician
Bernard Lewis British-American historian
Philip Johnson-Laird American psychologist
Claude Lévi-Strauss Anthropologist ethnologist
John Rhys British celticist
John Y. Campbell American economist
Howard Colvin British architectural historian
David Daube German American legal scholar historian
Sara Arber British sociologist/Professor:University of Surrey
John Stuart Mackenzie British economist and philosopher
Robert John Weston Evans British historian
Joan Thirsk Academic historian cryptologist
John Philipps Kenyon British historian
Walter Pagel pathologist and medical historian
Alexander Kibrik Russian linguist
C. H. Herford
Vyacheslav Ivanov Skier
Charles W. J. Withers Scottish linguist and geographer
Robert Maxwell Ogilvie
W. Max Corden Australian economist
Cecilia Heyes Experimental psychologist
Karen Spärck Jones Computer scientist
William George Hoskins English local historian who founded the first university department of English Local History
Christopher Dawson British historian
Dauvit Broun British historian
John William Mackail British writer
Neil MacCormick Scottish legal scholar and politician
Alfred North Whitehead British mathematician and American philosopher
Robert Plomin American psychologist
David George Hogarth British Archaeologist
Wilfrid Hodges British mathematician
William Kneale English logician
Arnold Walter Lawrence
Maurice Keen
A. G. Hopkins British historian
David Randall-MacIver American Egyptologist
Zara Steiner
Mary Dominica Legge
Tariq Modood British sociologist
Christopher Hawkes British archaeologist
Terence Mitford British archaeologist
Samuel Alexander Australian-born British philosopher
Isabel De Madariaga
Basil Gray
Ian Hodder British archaeologist
Martin Litchfield West British classical scholar
Norman Sykes English footballer
Carole Pateman Feminist academic political theorist
John Blair
Alan Deyermond British linguist
Roberta Gilchrist British archaeologist
T. P. Wiseman English classical scholar
William Empson English literary critic and poet
Richard Bauckham
John Sinclair Morrison British historian
David James George Hennessy
Mohammad Hashem Pesaran Economist
Mary Douglas British anthropologist
Cuthbert Turner English academic
George Soros speculator investor philanthropist political activist
Morris Ginsberg British sociologist
Nicholas Rodger British naval historian
Bruce Dickins Academic
John Niemeyer Findlay South African Philosopher
Beryl Smalley British historian
Sarah Broadie
Jeremy Butterfield
Martyn Jope archaeologist chemist and biochemist
Alfred Chilton Pearson Classical scholar
Alfred Felix Landon Beeston British Orintalist
Robert Flint
Philippa Foot British philosopher
A. H. Armstrong British academic
Richard MacGillivray Dawkins British archaeologist
Glanmor Williams Welsh historian
Glanville Williams Welsh legal scholar
Francis Xavier Clooney American Jesuit priest and theologian
Bernd Heine German linguist
Ian Richmond British archaeologist
Allen J. Scott American geographer
Kenneth Wheare Historian and academic administrator
Courtenay Ilbert Lawyer Civil Servant in India
William Woodthorpe Tarn British classical scholar
Alfred Clapham British historian
John Peile
Margaret J. Snowling
William G. Beasley academic author Japanologist
Costas Meghir Greek economist
Reginald Coupland British historian
Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison British philosopher
Kenneth Clark Art historian broadcaster and museum director
Charles Thomas Film producer
John Shearman British historian
K. B. McFarlane British historian
Dawn Ades
Peter Simons Editing
Roger Scruton English philosopher
Geoffrey Best Actor
Nicholas Cook Film producer
Andy Clark Actor
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
Andrew Wallace-Hadrill English classical scholar
Ian Kershaw British historian
Charles Taylor Actor
Basil Yamey South African economist
John Lyons Crew
Robert Hamilton Writer
Stuart Hall Actor
Asa Briggs Actor
Boyd Hilton British historian
Richard Bradley Film producer
Nicholas Purcell Actor
Patrick O'Brien Actor
David Trotter Australian rules footballer
Bernard Williams English academic philosopher
Rex Richards Actor
Nick Jardine British mycologist
Charlotte Roberts Actress
Jonathan Bate British academic biographer critic broadcaster novelist and scholar
Chris Clark Actor
Alan Tyson British musicologist
Marina Warner Actor
Andrew Lang Poet novelist and literary critic
Avshalom Caspi Sound
Henry Stanley Bennett
Jonathan Spencer Actor
James Murray Actor
Joyce Reynolds Actress
Richard Stone British economist Nobel Memorial Prize winner
Norman Cohn Writer
C. S. Lewis Author academic & Christian apologist
Richard Ellmann American writer
Melvyn Bragg Writer broadcaster; life peer
John Elliott Actor
Arthur Cohen
Nicholas Brooks
Linda McDowell Actress
Maitreesh Ghatak Indian economist
Laurence Dreyfus Americn musicologist
Donald Angus MacKenzie British sociologist
Mike Parker Pearson British archaeologist
Jas Elsner British art historian
Beatrice De Cardi Archaeologist
Jack Goody British anthropologist
Peter Mandler British historian
E. P. Sanders American theologian
Michael Frank Goodchild
Patsy Healey
Simon Hornblower British academic
Helmut Gneuss scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature
Christopher Hood British Academic
Patrick Atiyah British judge
Rosalind Savill British academic
James Raven British historian
Derek Gregory
Michael R. Ayers British philosopher
Rosemary Ashton English academic
Gustav Jahoda Social psychologist
Roy Ellen British anthropologist
Theodore Zeldin English academic
Rosemary Cramp British archaeologist
Paul Magdalino British academic
Michael Fulford British archaeologist
Paul Langford Author and historian
Helene Ahrweiler Greek Byzantinist
Jacqueline Rose British academic
Anne Phillips
Averil Cameron English academic and scholar
Ron Johnston New Zealand speedway rider
Peter Kornicki English Japanologist
Henry Mayr-Harting British historian
Margaret Bent British musicologist
Tom Shakespeare British sociologist
John Eekelaar South African editor
Margaret Boden Artificial intelligence researcher
Marilyn Strathern British anthropologist academic educator and writer
Isobel Armstrong British writer
Paul A. David American economist
G. E. R. Lloyd
James A. Beckford British sociologist
Randolph Quirk British linguist
Barry Buzan British political scientist
Oliver Taplin British classical schoalr
Paul Slack British historian and lawyer
Julian T. Jackson British historian
Dorothy Edgington British philosopher
Angus Deaton British microeconomist
Jane Ginsburg
Anke Ehlers German psychologist
Gabriel Josipovici British writer
Joanna Bourke British historian
Angela McRobbie British academic
Roy Goode
Edward Timms Academic
Steven Lukes British sociologist
Timothy Smiley British philosopher
Harold Brookfield
Paul Mellars British anthropologist
Simon Keynes British academic
Hazel Genn British academic and educator
Gareth Stedman Jones British historian
Anthony Kenny British philosopher
Dominic Lieven British political scientist
Julius J. Lipner
Geoffrey Hosking British historian
Raymond Carr British historian
Rae Helen Langton philosopher
Michael Lipton British economist
Jan Vansina anthropologist historian
Miles Hewstone British psychologist
John Boardman American physicist
Jack Beatson English judge
Juliet Mitchell Feminist psychologist
Sebastian Brock
J. Mordaunt Crook British architectural historian
Elena Lieven
P. E. Easterling British classical scholar
Avi Shlaim British historian one of Israel's New Historians specializing in the history leading up to and including the independence of Israel
Peter Dronke Scholar of medieval Latin
Christopher Page British musician
Olwen Hufton British academic educator and writer
G. L. Harriss British historian
Judy Wajcman British academic
Geoffrey K. Pullum British-American linguist
Avril Pyman translator
Anthony Snodgrass British archaeologist
Yash Ghai
Archie Brown British political scientist
Geoffrey Khan Professor of Semitic Languages
Timothy Williamson British philosopher
Ivana Markova British psychologist
Paul Gilroy British sociologist
Ross Cranston British politician
James Mirrlees Scottish economist
Anthony Bottoms
Oliver O'Donovan
Eamon Duffy Irish historian
Eric Fernie Art historian
Geoffrey Leech British linguist
Sonia Livingstone British Social psychologist
Timothy Barnes
Mark Steedman British computational linguist
John A. Agnew Geographer
Peter Haggett
Jonathan Israel British historian
Barry Supple British historian
Anthony Heath British sociologist
Michael Kauffmann Art historian
Odd Arne Westad Norwegian historian
Owen Chadwick English rugby union player
Alan Bowman British classical scholar
John Goldthorpe British sociologist
Georgina Born Musician academic anthropologist
P. J. Marshall British historian
Sheppard Frere British historian and archaeologist
Tia DeNora American musicologist
Janet Nelson English historian and academic
Michael Lapidge Historical linguist
Geert Jan van Gelder Dutch academic
Ronald P. Dore British sociologist
Mark Casson Professor of Economics University of Reading
John Curtice Political scientist
Henry Bradley British lexicographer
Harold Herbert Williams Scholar and bibliophile
Raymond Allchin English archaeologist specializing in South Asian archaeology
Gwilym Ellis Lane Owen British philosopher
Stefan Strelcyn POlish academic
J. Clyde Mitchell British sociologist and anthropologist
J. L. Ackrill British classical scholar
H. R. Loyn British historian
Malcolm Pasley Royal Navy officer
Arnold Wycombe Gomme British classical scholar
Friedrich Waismann Austrian philosopher
Roy Porter British historian
Mark Blaug British economist
Ralph Henry Carless Davis English historian of the European Middle Ages
Arnaldo Momigliano Italian historian academic
Stephen Roskill British naval historian
Derick Thomson Scottish poet
Theodore Wade-Gery British classical scholar
Ulrich Wilcken German historian
Esmond Samuel de Beer Scholar editor collector bibliophile philanthropist
Michael Baxandall British art historian
Arthur John Arberry Respected British orientalist/prolific scholar:Arabic/Persian/Islamic studies
Shadworth Hodgson British philosopher
John Cyril Smith British legal scholar
James Bethune-Baker
H. D. F. Kitto British classical scholar
John Bryan Ward-Perkins British archaeologist
John Cook Wilson British philosopher
Ronald Brunlees McKerrow
Godfrey Rolles Driver Orientalist
Dimitri Obolensky Historian
Judah Segal British linguist
Joseph Strayer American historian
E. E. Evans-Pritchard British anthropologist
Margaret Gelling English toponymist
Ragnhild Hatton Norwegian historian
Hedley Bull
Arthur Geoffrey Dickens
Margaret Whinney English art historian
Ronald Robinson British historian college fellow university professor
John Chadwick English linguist
G. W. S. Barrow British historian
Steven Runciman British historian
Xia Nai Chinese archaeologist
Margaret Gowing English historian
Fred Halliday Historian of the Arab world
Zachary Nugent Brooke British medieval historian and author
Tony Honoré
Marjorie Chibnall British historian
E. F. Jacob British historian
Ray Pahl British sociologist
Helmut Koenigsberger British historian
Edward Granville Browne British orientalist
John Edwin Sandys English classical scholar
Siegbert Salomon Prawer Literary scholar
Isaiah Berlin (rabbi) Hungarian rabbi
Derek Allen Treasurer of the British Academy 1973-1975
Jack Westrup British musicologist
Frederic G. Kenyon British historian
Thomas Parry (author)
Sigbert Prais British economist
G. E. M. Anscombe British analytic philosopher
Laurence Jonathan Cohen Philosopher academic
Edmund Garratt Gardner British historian
Arthur Cowley (librarian)
Angus Charles Graham British sinologist
Arthur Anthony Macdonell British Sanskrit scholar
Helen Cam British historian
J. M. Wallace-Hadrill British historian
James Fitzmaurice-Kelly British writer
Eric Birley English archaeologist
Austin Lane Poole Historian
Gordon Willey American archaeologist
John Ehrman British historian
Herbert James Paton British philosopher
Marie Boas Hall American historian
G. G. Coulton British historian
J. B. Trapp New Zealand academic
Harold Temperley British historian
H. W. Garrod
Donald Struan Robertson Classical scholar
Edward Byles Cowell English professor of Sanskrit
Otto Kurz Austrian historian
John Beazley British art historian and archaeologist
John Clapham British historian
Henry William Carless Davis British historian
Hans Baron German-American historian
Antony Andrewes Classical scholar and historian
H. H. Price British philosopher
Donald Nicol British Byzantinist
Arthur Evans (author) American writer
John H. Plumb British historian
Herbert Foxwell English economist
John Crook (ethologist)
John Knight Fotheringham British historian
Grahame Clark British archaeologist
Guenter Treitel British legal scholar
Oliver MacDonagh Irish historian
Manfred Mayrhofer Austrian linguist
J. E. Caerwyn Williams
Henry William Rawson Wade English legal scholar
Gabriel Turville-Petre English philologist
Geoffrey Hugo Lampe British theologian
H. J. Rose British academic
Derek Bowett
Helen Darbishire
Géza Vermes Hungarian Jewish historian
J. E. Neale Historian and biographer
Henry Francis Pelham
Arthur Dale Trendall Australian archaeologist
Margery Perham historian and writer on African affairs
Juan José Linz Spanish academic
Joseph Needham British biochemist
Harry Collins (footballer) Australian rules footballer
Jasper Griffin Public Orator and Professor of Classical Literature
Austin Robinson English economist
Laurence Picken
Arthur Wallace Pickard-Cambridge
Oliver Millar British art historian
P. F. Strawson British philosopher
Joseph Shield Nicholson British economist
Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare British orientalist
John Macdonell (judge)
Barrie Dobson Historian
Denys Page British classical scholar and academic
Herbert Wechsler American legal scholar
Edward Ullendorff British linguist
Ugo Balzani Italian historian
Harold Walter Bailey Eminent English scholar of Khotanese Sanskrit and the comparative study of Iranian languages
John Le Patourel Guernsey historian
Edwyn Bevan British historian and philosopher
Thomas Ashby British historian
Roger Moorey British archaeologist
Theodore Cressy Skeat British librarian
Geoffrey Webb British art historian
John Burnet (classicist)
Edward Arthur Thompson Irish historian
Geoffrey Kirk British classical scholar
John Habakkuk Economic historian and academic administrator
Thomas Frederick Tout British academic
Hamilton Alexander Rosskeen Gibb Scottish orientalist
Donald M. MacKinnon British philosopher
George Adam Smith British theologian
J. C. Holt Medieval historian
Michael Podro British art historian
Eric Lionel Mascall Anglican priest and theologian
Peter Lasko Art historian
E. K. Chambers English literary critic and Shakespearean scholar
Peter Laslett English historian
Audrey Richards Anthropologist
Denis Sargan British econometrician
Kurt Bittel German historian
Kurt Weitzmann German-American art historian
Ann Lambton
Donald MacDougall British economist and civil servant
Obert C. Tanner American businessman
Frederick William Thomas (philologist) English philologist
Peter Brunt
Henry Moore (Unitarian) British minister
Malcolm Bowie
Dwight Bolinger American linguist
Margaret Spufford
Geoffrey de Bellaigue Surveyors of the Queen's Works of Art
Percy Gardner British archaeologist
Herbert Richmond Royal Navy admiral
Basil Willey British academic
John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor
Thomas William Rhys Davids British scholar
Ernst Windisch German celticist
Roger Mynors
Matthew Collins (Australian rules footballer) Australian rules footballer
Elie Kedourie British historian
Goronwy Edwards British historian
Michael Postan British historian
Peter Buckley (cyclist) Racing cyclist
Arthur Cecil Pigou British economist
K. A. C. Creswell British architectural historian
Marilyn Butler
John Hajnal Hungarian mathematician
John Macquarrie British philosopher and theologian
Peter Birks
Doris Mary Stenton University lecturer and writer
Julian Budden
Oliver Gurney
G.D.N. Worswick British economist
Laurence Cecil Bartlett Gower
Donald Wiseman English scholar
Arthur Lehman Goodhart Legal scholar
Roland Oliver
J. P. Stern British academic
John Arundel Barnes Australian and British anthropologist
Percy Henry Winfield Law professor
Herbert Youtie American payrologist
Tom Whiteside
G.O. Sayles British historian
Edmund Leach British anthropologist
K. R. Norman British Indologist
Geoffrey Nuttall British historian
John Andrew Gallagher British historian
Denis Mack Smith British historian
Anthony Thiselton British theologian
Meyer Fortes
Herbert Butterfield British historian
Keith Ward British theologian
Michael Levey British art historian
Peter Hennessy English historian and prize-winning author
Tom Devine Scottish historian
Catherine Hall British historian
Lascelles Abercrombie Poet literary critic
Peter Geach British philosopher
Oliver Braddick British psychologist
Anthony Blunt British art historian and soviet spy
J. L. Mackie Australian philosopher
Frederick Copleston Jesuit
Keith Thomas (footballer) Australian rules footballer
David Mattingly (author) British archaeologist
David Harvey (footballer) English footballer and manager
Walter Ullmann Anglo-Austrian historian
William Sanday (aviator) British flying ace
Alan Cameron (classical scholar) British classical scholar
David Crouch (historian) British historian
Martin Davies (footballer born 1974) Welsh footballer
Walter Simon (sinologist) German sinologist
William Cunningham (Illinois politician) American politician
Christopher Dow (author) American writer
Ingram Bywater
Isaac Schapera British anthropologist
Ivor Jennings British lawyer
Jürgen Habermas German philosopher
J. B. Bury Irish historian
J. M. E. McTaggart British philosopher
Eric Hobsbawm British historian and Marxist historiographer
Ernest Gellner Czech philosopher
Ernst Gombrich German art historian
Esther Duflo French economist
Thomas Kelly Cheyne
Tim Ingold British anthropologist
Lynne Brindley Librarian archivist
M. R. James British writer
Yi-Fu Tuan Chinese-American geographer
Frederic William Maitland British historian
Frederick James Furnivall British lexicographer
Fredrik Barth Norwegian anthropologist
Friedrich Hayek Austrian (later British) economist and political philosopher; Nobel Memorial Prize winner;
G. B. Caird British theologian
G. E. M. de Ste. Croix British academic
G. E. Moore British philosopher
G. M. Trevelyan Historian
Geoffrey Cheshire Academic lawyer and writer
Georg Henrik von Wright Finnish philosopher
Paul Collier British economist
Paul Kennedy Historian
Paul Preston British historian
Paul Wheatley (footballer) Australian rules footballer
Peter Fonagy British psychologist
Peter Hume Brown 19th century Scottish historian and scholar
Denis Mahon English art historian and collector
Diarmaid MacCulloch British historian
Doreen Massey (geographer) Economic geographer and academic
Dorothy Garrod First female Professor at Cambridge
Dorothy Whitelock English historian
Douglas Davies British theologian
Rodney Hilton British historian
Ronald Syme New Zealand-born historian and classicist
Rowan Williams Welsh theologian Archbishop of Canterbury (2002–2012)
Michael Dummett British academic and philosopher
Michael Marmot British epidemiologist
Michael Oakeshott British philosopher
Michael Zander English lawyer
Michio Morishima Japanese academic
Tony Wrigley British historian
Uta Frith German psychologist
Sidney Lee English biographer and critic
Simon Baron-Cohen psychologist and author
Simon Blackburn British philosopher
Spencer Walpole English historian
Stanley Alexander de Smith British legal academic and author
Stephan Körner British philosopher
Stephen Bann British art historian
Stephen Nickell British economist
Hans Mommsen Historian
Hastings Rashdall British philosopher
Henry Barclay Swete British academic
Henry Fanshawe Tozer English academic
Henry Maxwell Lyte British historian
Herbert Fisher British politician
Kurt Aland Theologian professor
Lawrence Freedman Military historian and foreign policy adviser
James Durbin American statistician
James George Frazer Scottish social anthropologist
James Joll British historian
James Meade British economist
James Mellaart British archaeologist
E. A. J. Honigmann Professor of English Literature Shakespearean scholar Fellow of the British Academy
E. H. Carr British historian
Edward Caird British philosopher
Edward Fry British judge
Edward Jenks British legal scholar
Edward Maunde Thompson British palaeographer and librarian
Edward Thomas Hall British scientist
Eileen Barker British professor of sociology
John Barrell
John Carey (congressman) American politician
John Erickson (golfer) Professional golfer
John Maynard Keynes British economist
John McManners British historian
Arthur Surridge Hunt British papyrologist
Aurel Stein Hungarian-born British archaeologist and orientalist
Austin Farrer British theologian and philosopher
Axel Boëthius Archaeologist
Barry Cunliffe English archaeologist
Ariel Rubinstein Israeli economist
Oliver Rackham British botanist
Richard Sennett Sociologist
Stuart Clark Cricketer
Jeremy Waldron American lawyer
Mary S. Morgan British economist
Neil Smith (American football) Player of American football
Ian Bateman British economist
Craig Calhoun American sociologist
Charles Townshend (historian) British historian
Peter France Actor
Christine Bell Actor
Jim Samson Art
Ray Hudson (academic) British geographer
Roger Pearson (anthropologist) British anthropologist
Ronald Hutton Author historian
Raymond Geuss British philosopher
Peter Cooper (journalist)
David McKitterick
Tim Whitmarsh Classical scholar
Thomas Charles-Edwards British historian
Hans van de Ven Dutch orientalist
Edna Longley
John K. Davies British astronomer
Basil Mitchell (American football) American football player
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Deborah Janet Howard
Jane Humphries British historian
Julia Lovell British sinologist
James Ward (Medal of Honor) United States Navy sailor and Medal of Honor recipient
Amy Marjorie Dale
Charles Ralph Boxer
Alexander Cairncross
Peter Spufford
Richard English British historian
Janette Atkinson
Christopher Blunt
Sarah Franklin American anthropologist
Quentin Skinner British historian
Huw Price British philosopher

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