There are many Fellows all around the globe.
Fellows value the Society as a trustworthy source of information on Scotland’s past and enjoy the connection with a long standing learned organisation, founded in 1780 during the Scottish Enlightenment.
Fellows learn about new research findings and support the Society’s advocacy work to protect Scotland’s historic and archaeological environment for present and future generations.
During his tenure as Society President (2014-2020) Dr David Caldwell FSAScot met with Fellows in Australia while visiting family, and saw the valuable contribution overseas Fellows make to the Society, sharing its vision, purpose and values.
If you would like to become a Fellow of the Society please see the Join Us web page.
Thank you to Dr James Donaldson FSAScot and Hope Vere Anderson FSAScot for their help and voluntary support as Honorary Secretaries of the Society in Australia and the USA, respectively, including organising annual dinners for Fellows.
For a few years before Covid James Donaldson FSAScot hosted an annual Fellows’ Dinner in Melbourne and Hope Vere Anderson FSAScot hosted an annual Fellows’ Dinner in Atlanta.
Both Honorary Secretaries would be pleased to hear from more Fellows in Australia and the USA, including your ideas for future Fellows’ meetings (talks and dinners) in Australia and the USA.
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