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Contacts and Visiting the Department

Staff Contacts

Associates

Visiting the Department

Staff Contacts

Department of Coins and Medals
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Trumpington Street
Cambridge
CB2 1RB
United Kingdom

tel: 01223 332900
fax: 01223 332923
email:

Adrian Popescu | Keeper
(01223) 332949 – web page

Martin Allen | Senior Assistant Keeper
(01223) 332915 – web page

Eimear Reilly | Documentation Assistant
(01223) 332915 – web page

Barbara Burstein | Secretary to Keepers
(01223) 748170 –

Tanya Zhimbiev | Library Assistant

Ted Buttrey | Honorary Keeper of Ancient Coins
(01223) 332916 – web page

Richard Kelleher | Assistant Keeper (Medieval and Modern)
(01223) 332918 – web page

Lord Stewartby | Honorary Keeper of Medieval Coins
web page

Rory Naismith | Junior Research Fellow (Clare College)
(01223) 332918 – web page

Andrew Woods | Research Student
(01223) 332918 | web page

Rachel Stone | Departmental Library Cataloguer
(01223) 332918 – web page

Associates

Dr Serge Boffa, Former Research Associate (Medieval European Coinage)
web page

Dr Kristin Bornholdt, Former Research Student (Viking-Age Coin finds from the Isle of Man), now preparing Viking-Age coins in the National Museum of Ireland for the Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles series

Dr Anna Gannon, Affiliated Lecturer in the History of Art Department
web page

Dr Jonathan Jarrett
web page

Dr Evangeline Markou, Former Research Assistant (Documentation)
web page

Dr Michael Matzke, Former Assistant Keeper and contributor to Medieval European Coinage.

Dr Sean Miller, Former Research Associate (Early Medieval Corpus of Coin Finds)
emailweb page

Dr Frances Parton | Former Researcher (Documentation)
web page

Dr Elina Screen, Former Research Associate (Medieval European Coinage, Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles)
web page

Dr Rachel Stone
web page


Visiting the Department

Visitors are welcome to consult the reserve collection and numismatic library in the Department by appointment, between the hours of 10am - 1pm and 2pm - 4.45pm, Monday (on Mondays access will be via the rear entrance to the Museum) to Friday.

Prospective visitors should write, e-mail or telephone the Department, indicating the material they wish to consult.

Members of the Department give classes in numismatics for students of Cambridge University and supervise research degrees. Arrangements can be made for other groups to visit the Coin Room; organisers should contact the Keeper.

For the opening hours of Fitzwilliam Museum and information on how to get there, click here.