Alumni

Many of the Trust’s alumni, the first of whom came to study with the support of Dr Anderson and his Trust from 1989 onwards, have gone on to lead successful careers in academia and other fields both in the UK and other countries around the world. Many provided their tributes to the Founder for a privately circulated volume edited by Trustee Elizabeth Gray following Dr Anderson’s death in 2015 (PDF version available here).

A list of visitors from recent years can be found below.

2017

The following students and scholars were awarded places to study in London with the support of the Trust in 2017:

AMIN, Sara – Postgraduate student in Pharmaceutical Science, Beni Suef University, BENI SUEF, Egypt: postgraduate diploma thesis: ‘The Role of Breast Feeding in Healthy Nutrition: Ancient Egyptian Sources and Modern Theories’.
Award not taken up.

BAKKAR, Fatma Ibrahim – Head of Digital Documentation, NMEC (National Museum of Egyptian Civilization), CAIRO, Egypt. : ‘Unfinished Works of Art from Ancient Egypt in the Collections of London’s Museums’.

BARDONOVA, Martina– PhD candidate, Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, PRAGUE, Czech Republic: ‘Grain Management between the Old and Middle Kingdom (2600-1700 BC)’.

BELAN, Mikhail – Post-MA student, Department of Mediaeval and Early Modern Studies, Moscow State University, MOSCOW, Russia: ‘The Diffusion of Colonial Theory through Early Print Campaigns’.

BULAWKA, Nazarij – PhD candidate, Department of Near Eastern Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, WARSAW, Poland: ‘The Archaeology of the Central Asian Iron Age (YAZ I-III culture): the application of Geographic Information Systems in the study of landscape and settlement patterns’.

BULAWKA, Sylwia – PhD candidate, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, WARSAW, Poland: ‘Egyptian Flint Artefacts from the Middle Kingdom until the end of the Roman period in London’s Museums and Libraries’.

COUTINHO, Dr Maria – Post-doctoral researcher, Instituto de Historia da Arte, Faculdade de Ciencias Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, LISBON, Portugal: ‘The English provenance of MS Masson 122, Library of the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris’.

EL-SAYED, Ramadan Ahmed Mohammed – Assistant Lecturer/PhD student in History of Islamic Art, October 6 University, Cairo, Egypt: ‘Models of Women in the Arabic Painting School’.
Award not taken up.

HAMDEN, Dr Ahmed – Lecturer in Egyptology, Touristic Guidance Department, Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, October 6 University, CAIRO, Egypt: ‘Two Unpublished Stelae from the New Kingdom in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo’.
Award not taken up.

HASSAN Ahmed Ali, Fatma – Assistant Lecturer/PhD student, Department of Egyptology, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, CAIRO, Egypt: ‘The Festival and Ritual Practices in Gebel el-Silsilah to the end of the New Kingdom’.

KOCZUR Joanna – Postgraduate student, Institute of History and International Relations, University of Szczecin, SZCZECIN, Poland: ‘Landscape Archaeology in South-East Asia with particular reference to developments in Quantitative Methodology’.

LINK-LENCZKOWSKI, Michal – PhD candidate, Department of Mediaeval and Post-Mediaeval Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University, KRAKOW, Poland: ‘The Infrastructure of Trade in Northern European Cities in the Late Mediaeval and Early Modern Era’.

MARKOVIC, Nenad – PhD candidate, Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, PRAGUE, Czech Republic: ‘A Study of the Elite Families in Memphis in the late Saite and early Persian Era (570-486BC)’.

PETERKOVA-HLOUCHOVA, Marie – PhD candidate, Czech Institute of Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, PRAGUE, Czech Republic: ‘Gods with Solar Aspects in the Old Kingdom’.

PISZCZATOWSKA, Marta – Curator, Museum of the History of Medicine and Pharmacy/PhD candidate, Institute of History, Medical University of Bialystok, BIALYSTOK, Poland: ‘Medical and Pharmaceutical Museums and their Role in Education and the Promotion of Science’.

POLACZYK Piotr – MA student, Department of Prehistory, Institute of Archaeology, Adam Mickiewicz University, POZNAN, Poland: ‘International Trends in the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage’.

RYBSKA Magdalena – MA student, Department of Prehistory, Institute of Archaeology, Adam Mickiewicz University, POZNAN, Poland: ‘Images of the Warrior on Stone Monuments from 4th-3rd Millennium in Europe and the Middle East’.

TOPUZOV, Dr Dimitar – Chief Assistant Professor in Family and Civil Law, Faculty of Law, Plovdiv University, PLOVDIV, Bulgaria: ‘Principles of European Family Law, with particular reference to Property Relations between Spouses’.

YANKULOVA, Dr Radoslava – Assistant Professor in Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, Plovdiv University, PLOVDIV, Bulgaria: ‘The Constitutional Status of Persons with Mental Disabilities’.