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archaeologist , educator

Julian Stewart Thomas, British archaeologist, educator. Recipient Baguley prize of prehistoric society, 1988. Fellow: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Royal Anthropological Institute (council since 2004); member: Prehistoric Society, The Collingwood Society (life).

Background

Thomas, Julian Stewart was born on July 6, 1959 in Epsom, England. Son of Harry John Thomas and Kathleen Mary Southwell.

Education

Bachelor in Technology, Bradford University, England, 1981. Master of Arts, University Sheffield, England, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, University Sheffield, England, 1986.

Career

Lecturer in archaeology University Wales, Lampeter, 1987—1993. Reader in archaeology University Southampton, England, 1994—1999. Professor archaeology University Manchester, England, since 2000.

Secretary World Archaeol. Congress, 1994—1999; vice president Royal Anthropological Institute, London, 2001—2004. Vice chair Standing Committee for Archaeology, York, England, since 2004.

Associate director AHRB Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, Winchester, England, since 2001. Member Manchester Museum Academy Advisory Committee, since 2004.

Membership

Fellow: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Royal Anthropological Institute (council since 2004). Member: Prehistoric Society, The Collingwood Society (life).

Connections

Married Susan Jane Pitt. Children: Morag Caitlin, Rowan Lara.

father:
Harry John Thomas

mother:
Kathleen Mary Southwell

spouse:
Susan Jane Pitt

children:
Morag Caitlin Thomas

Rowan Lara Thomas