Corinne Hofman elected to prestigious British Academy fellowship
Professor Corinne Hofman has been made a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy for the humanities and social sciences. She is among 76 distinguished scholars to be elected to the fellowship in recognition of her work in the field of archaeology.
Dedication to the deep history of the Caribbean
Corinne Hofman: "I am extremely honoured by this election which I have accepted with great pride. This honour also certainly goes to the researchers of my team and the local communities with whom we are working and who are all dedicated to the deep history of the Caribbean."
Corinne Hofman joins the British Academy, a community of over 1400 of the leading minds that make up the UK’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences. Current Fellows include the classicist Dame Mary Beard, the historian Sir Simon Schama and philosopher Baroness Onora O’Neill, while previous Fellows include Sir Winston Churchill, C.S Lewis, Seamus Heaney and Beatrice Webb.
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