Extending the BM ITP team

I am Ian Leins. I have just joined the ITP team at the British Museum to help Neal, Claire and Shezza with the 2012 programme. The ITP is one of the most important events in the Museum calendar, as it draws on our work with UK partners and colleagues from so many countries. I am delighted to have to opportunity to be involved this year. 

I am based in the Department of Coins and Medals, where I curate the Iron Age and Roman coin collection. My main research interests surround the use of coins as a source for understanding the social and political history of Iron Age Britain – the subject of my recently completed PhD. I have worked in the Museum since 2000, having been a Museum Assistant, curator of the Money Gallery and also a specialist finds advisor to the Portable Antiquities Scheme. I am also an associate member of the Museum Association and the Director of the British Numismatic Society.

I look forward to meeting ITP participants, past and present. If you want to contact me, my email is: ileins@thebritishmuseum.ac.uk

Ian

2 thoughts on “Extending the BM ITP team

  1. Hello Ian,
    Welcome into the team.Those three were a formidable team and i know your joining them will make it more formidable. I was there for the ITP training in 2010 and the experience will live with me through out my life time.I love their zeal as they made us feel at home. I do hope you’ll enjoy it as much as they have. My regards to all.

    Cynthia.

  2. Hello Ian Liens!
    Welcome to the ITP Team.
    It is the growing up way of the team of the program and I hope you´ll enjoy it.
    I was there at 2009 ITP.
    Best wishes
    Gilda Jorge

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