New Chairman’s Council Members

Lucy Adams

Lucy Adams

Lucy Adams

Lucy Adams is the widow of George Adams who served for many years as a trustee and secretary of the ATBL.  She acquired a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and went on to graduate school at Columbia University, achieving her M. Phil. with distinction in Medieval and Renaissance Art and Architecture. She taught briefly at Boston College, then entered the museum world. She trained the volunteers at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and initiated a volunteer program, when she and George lived in London, for the British Museum’s Education department.  While at the Met, Lucy worked with the curator of the Medieval Department and gave gallery talks. When she and George returned from London, she again worked at the Met, serving as a Contractual till 2011.

 

Ralph Brown

Ralph Brown

Ralph Brown

Ralph Brown is a retired corporate lawyer. Much of his legal career was spent in acquisitions work, including educational publishing companies. He is currently a Trustee of The New York Society Library.  He is also a Board member of The Correctional Association of New York and The Osborne Association, organizations involved in prison reform focused on improving conditions in prisons and helping those affected by the criminal justice system to rebuild positive lives.  His interests are broad ranging from the histories of ancient Greece and Rome; England and France in the sixteenth century; Russia in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; the American Civil War; and early 20th-century Europe and the United States.

 

Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth A. R. Brown is Professor Emeritus of History at the City University of New York where she taught from 1963 to 1992.  She received her B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1954, her M.A. and Ph.D. from the Radcliffe Graduate School and Harvard in 1956 and 1961. She received the degree Doctor litterarum honoris causa from The Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies in Toronto in 2009.  She has taught at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris (1986), at Harvard University (1956-58, 1960-63), New York University (1994-95), and Yale University (1995-96).  She is a corresponding member of the Société nationale des antiquaires de France and the Société de l’histoire de France.  Among her publications are The Monarchy of Capetian France and Royal Ceremonial (1991), Politics and Institutions in Capetian France (1991), Customary Aids and Royal Finances in Capetian France: The Marriage Aid of Philip the Fair (1992), and Saint-Denis, la basilique (2001).

 

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