The Fellows Elections for 2012 have added three new Fellows and three new Corresponding Fellows to the roster of scholars who have made notable contributions to the furthering of the stated purposes of the Academy, which are: “to conduct, encourage, promote and support research, publication, and instruction in medieval records, literature, languages, arts, archaeology, history, philosophy, science, life, and all other aspects of medieval civilization, by publications, by research, and by such other means as may be desirable.”
The new Fellows are Kathryn Kerby-Fulton (English, Notre Dame University), Brigitte Bedos-Rezak (History, New York University), and Charles Donahue, Jr. (Law, Harvard University). These new fellows bring the number of Fellows to the full complement of 125.
The new Corresponding Fellows are Robert J. Bartlett (History, University of St. Andrews), Pierre Riché (History, University of Paris X, Nanterre), and Carole Hillenbrand (History, University of Edinburgh). Three new Corresponding Fellows will join the current 64, bringing the number of Corresponding Fellows to 67.
Inductions will take place at the Annual Meeting in Saint Louis, on Saturday, 24 March at 4:00 PM in St. Louis University’s Busch Student Center, Room 170/171.