The Steering Committee
 

BANEA is overseen by a Steering Committee comprising:

 

  • Representatives appointed from institutions in the UK that teach and/or support research in Near Eastern Archaeology;

  • Individuals nominated by BANEA members and elected by the Annual General Meeting;

  • At least two elected student representatives;

  • Four Honorary Officers: Chair, Secretary, Treasurer and Membership Secretary.

 

The BANEA Steering Committee meets in person once per year during the annual conference, and holds virtual meetings approximately 4-6 times per year.

Honorary Officers:

 

 

The work of the Steering Committee is supported by subcommittees, formed from time to time to further specific tasks and agendas.  Currently, these are:
 

Meet all members of the SC

Kristen Hopper

Chair of Decolonisation Committee

Durham University

Yağmur Heffron

Membership Secretary

UCL

Ava Clark

Representative member

PEF

Wendy Matthews

Representative member

University of Reading

Jo Rowland

Representative member

University of Edinburgh

Elifgül Doğan

PhD representative

University Cambridge

Karina Croucher

Representative Member

University of Bradford

Christoph Bachhuber

Chair

University of Oxford

Claudia Glatz

Representative member

University of Glasgow

Augusta McMahon

BISI representative

University Cambridge

Rachel Sparks

Representative member

UCL

Latif Öksüz

PhD representative

Durham University

Martyn Weeds

Secretary

BIAA

Douglas Baird

Representative member

University of Liverpool

Emma Jenkins

Representative member

Bournmouth University

Andrew Petersen

Representative member

Lampeter

Cameron Petrie

BISI representative

University of Cambridge

Glynnis Maynard

PhD representative

University Cambridge

Neil Erskine

Treasurer

University of Glasgow

Stuart Campbell

Representative member

University of Manchester

Dan Lawrence

Representative member

Durham University

Sam Mirelman

Representative member

SOAS

Selena Wisnom

Outreach Officer

University of Leicester

Ailbhe Nic Thoirealaigh

PhD representative

University of Glasgow