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|Prof. Mark Aldenderfer||University of California, Merced||-|
|Dr Graeme Earl||University of Southampton||-|
|Dr Mike P Heyworth||Council for British Archaeology||Co-director|
|Dr Jeremy Huggett||University of Glasgow||-|
|Dr Ian Johnson||University of Sydney||-|
|Dr Sarah May||Independent researcher, Heritage for Transformation||-|
|Dr. Francis P. McManamon||Executive Director, Digital Antiquity, Arizona State University||-|
|Prof. Franco Niccolucci||University of Florence||-|
|Ms Donna Page||University of York||Administrator|
|Dr Alistair Paterson||University of Western Australia||-|
|Prof. Julian D Richards||University of York||Co-director|
|Mr Pete Rowsome||Freelance consultant||-|
|Dr. Seamus R Ross||University of Toronto||-|
|Dr Claire Smith||Flinders University||-|
|Ms Sarah Thompson||Head of Content, University of York Library||-|
|Prof. Dr. Frank Vermeulen||University of Ghent||-|
|Dr Sarah Witcher Kansa||Alexandria Archive Institute and Open Context||-|
|Ms Judith Winters||University of York||Internet Archaeology Editor ex officio|
|Dr Stephanie Wynne-Jones||University of York||-|
|Mr Paul Young||University of York||Archaeology Data Service
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