Kit Hesketh-Harvey is an award-winning performer, composer, writer, and translator. He lives in England.
Daniel Hess is a curator at the Germanisches Nationalmuseum.
Alistair Hicks is Senior Curator of the Deutsche Bank art collection. His previous books include New British Art in the Saatchi Collection, The School of London, and Art Works: British and German Contemporary Art, 1960–2000.
Reynold Higgins was born in 1916. He studied at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and in 1947 was appointed Assistant Keeper in teh Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities at the British Museum. He became Acting Keeper of the Department in 1975 and retired in 1977. Dr. Higgins made a special study of Minoan and Mycenaean art adn worked at Mycenae, Knossos, Sparta and elsewhere in Greece. Among his many books are Greek and Roman Jewellery (1961), Greek Terracottas (1967), The Archaeology of Minoan Crete (1973), and The Aegina Treasure (1979). He died in 1993.
Caz Hildebrand is a creative partner at Here Design and the award-winning designer for Nigella Lawson, Yotam Ottolenghi, and Samuel and Samantha Clark of Moro amongst others. She is the coauthor of The Geometry of Pasta and the author of The Grammar of Spice and Herbarium.
John T. Hill’s previous books include Walker Evans: The Hungry Eye.
Carole Hillenbrand is an eminent authority on Islam. She is currently Professor Emerita in Islamic History at the University of Edinburgh and Professor of Islamic History at the University of St Andrews. She has previously taught at Dartmouth College, NH and Washington University in St. Louis, MO. In 2005 she was the first non-Muslim to be awarded the King Faisal International Prize for Islamic Studies, and in 2009 she received the Order of the British Empire in the New Year’s Honors List for Services to Higher Education. She has written a number of books on the subject, including the internationally successful The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives, and has published more than sixty articles on aspects of Islamic history and thought.
Robert Hillenbrand, Professor of Islamic Art at Edinburgh University, is an acknowledged world expert on Islamic art and architecture.
Dyan Hilton works at the Roman Baths Museum in Bath, England.
Sally Hines is Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of Leeds, UK. She has published numerous articles and books, of which the most recent is Gender, Society and Culture. Hines is the principal investigator of the international project Pregnant Men: An International Exploration of Trans Male Experiences and Practices of Reproduction.
Dr. Ronald Hingley, Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford, has written many books on Russia, including The Russian Mind, and is translator and editor of The Oxford Chekhov.
Kirsty Hislop is a freelance writer and stylist who has worked for British Elle and The Observer magazine. She also designs for the award-winning card company Umpen Editions. She is based in England.
John Hitchcox established Yoo in 1999 and is its CEO
David Hlynsky is a photographer, curator, and editor based in Toronto. He was founding editor of the alternative photography magazine image nation, and his own photographic work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and is held in collections worldwide.
David Hockney is an English artist and is considered to be one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.
Ian Hodder is Dunlevie Family Professor in the Department of Cultural and Social Anthropology at Stanford University. He has been Director of the C¸atalho¨yu¨k Research Project since 1993.
Susie Hodge is an art historian, author, artist, and journalist with more than a hundred books to her credit on art history, practical art, and history.
Francis Hodgson is a photography critic.
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Erling Hoh has been a correspondent for Archaeology and written on Chinese history and culture for Natural History and others.
Margaret Holben Ellis is the Director of the Thaw Conservation Center at the Morgan Library & Museum and a professor at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Mark Holborn is an editor and designer. He edited, with Michael Light, the Full Moon series of books illustrating the nine Apollo moon missions and Antony Gormley on Sculpture.
Mike Hollingshead has been intrigued by weather since he was a child and is a full-time storm chaser.
Richard Hollis is a former freelance graphic designer, and worked as a printer, art editor, production manager, teacher and lecturer. He studied art and typography at the Chelsea, Wimbledon and Central Schools of Art, London. From 1958 he taught lithography and design at the London College of Printing and Chelsea School of Art, before working in Paris in the early 1960s. From 1964 to 1967 he was Head of the Graphic Design Department at the West of England College of Art, Bristol, and was for six years Senior Lecturer at the Central School of Art and Design.