Raverarts is in the process of appointing an Advisory Panel, all of whom have a keen interest in the life and work of Gwen & Jacques Raverat and their circle.
Emma Darwin is a novelist; her first novel, The Mathematics of Love, was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Best First Book, among other awards, and her first creative non-fiction, This is Not a Book About Charles Darwin, will be published in 2019. Her PhD explored the writing of historical fiction, and she also teaches and mentors writers.
Professor Nicholas Humphrey is a psychologist, who works on the evolution of human intelligence and consciousness. He has held positions at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and is now emeritus professor at the LSE. Honours include the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize, the Pufendorf medal and International Mind and Brain Prize. His most recent books are Seeing Red, and Soul Dust.
Professor Simon Keynes, FBA, is the current Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic at Cambridge University, and a Fellow of Trinity College.
Christian Hambro is a prominent Norwegian lawyer working in administrative, EEA, corporate, tax and labour law. He has been Director General of The Environmental Supervision Authority, Director General of the Governmental Agency for Public Administration, Divisional Manager of Saga Petroleum and Director General for the Norwegian Research Council.
Matthew Chapman is a screenwriter and director, author of “Trials of the Monkey - An Accidental Memoir,” and “40 Days And 40 Nights” and the founder and president of ScienceDebate.org, which gets all final US presidential candidates to answer science policy questions. Their answers are then posted online and reach more than half a billion people worldwide.