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Professor Michael Fulford

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RAE Panel H: biography of the Chair

Architecture and the Built Environment, Town and Country Planning, Geography and Environmental Studies, Archaeology

Professor Michael Fulford

Professor of Archaeology, University of Reading


Professor Michael Fulford is Professor of Archaeology at the University of Reading where he has served as Dean of the Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences (1994-7) and Pro-Vice-Chancelllor (1998-2004). His principal research interests are in Roman archaeology, particularly in the fields of urbanism, economy and trade. He is a Vice-President of the British Academy where he chairs the Committee for Academy-sponsored Schools and Institutes and he is President of the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. He was Chair of the RAE 2001 Archaeology panel and was a panel member in 1992 and 1996.