List Of Vexillologists

This is a list of vexillologists.

  • E.M.C. Barraclough, Laureate of FIAV and author of Flags of the World
  • Ralph Bartlett, leader in the Flag Society of Australia; former secretary-general for congresses (1989-1997) and Fellow of FIAV; and expert on flags of aspirant peoples
  • Graham Bartram, Chief Vexillologist and Fellow of the Flag Institute; Secretary-General for Congresses (1999-present) of FIAV; and author of British Flags and Emblems, Flags of All Nations (BR20), and Flying Flags in the United Kingdom
  • Bruce B. Berry, founder member of the Southern African Vexillological Association (SAVA); editor of the SAVA Journal and SAVA Newsletter; former secretary-general for congresses (1997-1999) and Fellow of FIAV
  • Hugh Boudin, Belgian vexillologist and former president (1981-1993) and Fellow of FIAV
  • Ale? Bro?ek, Czech vexillologist, recipient of FIAV's 1997 Vexillon, and Fellow of FIAV
  • Andries Burgers, recipient of FIAV's 2009 Vexillon and author of The South African Flag Book: The History of South African Flags from Dias to Mandela
  • Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr., founder of the Confederate States Vexillological Association; recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (2004) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; and author, among other flag books, of The Flags of the Confederacy and The Flags of the Union
  • Grace Rogers Cooper, former curator of textiles, Smithsonian Institution; former president (1983-1986) and first woman president of NAVA; Whitney Smith Fellow (NAVA)(for an outstanding contribution to North American vexillology); and author, among other publications, of Thirteen-Star Flags: Keys to Identification
  • William Crampton, founder of the Flag Institute; recipient of FIAV's 1991 Vexillon; former secretary-general for congresses (1983-1989), President (1993-1997), Fellow, and Laureate of FIAV; and author of many editions of Flags of the World
  • Emil Dreyer, president of Société Suisse de Vexillologie and former secretary-general (1991-1997) and Fellow of FIAV
  • Petr Exner, recipient of FIAV's 2005 Vexillon and author of Vexilologický lexikon - vlajky obcí ?eské republiky
  • Andriy Grechylo
  • Prof. Scot Guenter, academic vexillologist; former president (1991-1994) and honorary member of NAVA; Fellow and Laureate of FIAV; Whitney Smith Fellow (NAVA)(for an outstanding contribution to North American vexillology); recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (1985, 2009) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; Fellow, Vexillological Association of the State of Texas; and author of The American Flag, 1777-1924: Cultural Shifts from Creation to Codification
  • Kevin Harrington, president of the Canadian Flag Association; Fellow of FIAV; recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (2000) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; recipient, Kevin Harrington Award, NAVA (2013) for publication record in non-vexillological journals; and editor of Flagscan
  • Don Healy, former president (1989-1991) of NAVA; researcher of U.S. tribal flags; recipient of FIAV's 1999 Vexillon; recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (1988, 1995) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; and author of Flags of the Native Peoples of the United States and Native American Flags (with Peter Orenski)
  • Edward B. (Ted) Kaye, editor (1996-2012) of Raven: A Journal of Vexillology, published by the North American Vexillological Association and compiler of the flag design guide Good Flag, Bad Flag; Fellow of FIAV
  • Roman Klimes, Czech founder of the World Vexillological Research Institute; Fellow of FIAV; and author of Freie Stadt Danzig - Flaggen, Wappen und Siegel (1920-1939)
  • Marc Leepson, author of Flag: An American Biography [1]
  • Michel Lupant, Belgian vexillologist; founder of the Centre Belgo-Européen d'Études des Drapeaux; full member of the Conseil d'héraldique et de vexillologie de la Communauté française de Belgique; president (1997-present) of FIAV; and author of many publications including reference works on flags of police and fire services
  • Howard M. Madaus, recipient of FIAV's 2007 Vexillon and author of The American Flag: Two Centuries of Concord & Conflict
  • David B. Martucci, former president (1998-2004) of NAVA; recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (2005) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; and expert in U.S. historical flags
  • Louis Mühlemann, Swiss vexillologist and cofounder, Fellow, and President (1969-1973) of FIAV
  • Ottfried Neubecker, German vexillologist; former president (1973-1981), secretary-general (1981-1983), Fellow, and Laureate of FIAV; and author in 1939 of the German navy Flaggenbuch
  • Bruce Nicolls, recipient of FIAV's 1989 Vexillon, Fellow of FIAV, and author of Practical Aspects of Designing, Making and Flying Flags
  • Armand Nöel du Payrat, French vexillologist; recipient of FIAV's 2001 Vexillon; and editor of Album des Pavillons
  • Anne M. Platoff, recipient of FIAV's 2011 Vexillon; recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (1992, 2008) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; and author of Russian Regional Flags: The Flags of the Subjects of the Russian Federation and Where No Flag Has Gone Before: Political and Technical Aspects of Placing a Flag on the Moon
  • George H. Preble, American naval admiral and author in 1872 of History of the American Flag
  • John M. Purcell, former president (1981-1983) and honorary member of NAVA; recipient of FIAV's 2005 Vexillon; Fellow of FIAV; Whitney Smith Fellow (NAVA)(for an outstanding contribution to North American vexillology); recipient of the John Purcell Award, NAVA (2012) (for promoting the public understanding of vexillology); and principal author of American City Flags: 150 Flags from Akron to Yonkers
  • María José Sastre y Arribas, recipient of FIAV's 1993 Vexillon and author of Diccionario de Vexilología and Normas de Descripción y Codificación Vexilologíca
  • Klaes Sierksma, founder of the Stichting voor Banistiek en Heraldiek; cofounder, Fellow, and former secretary-general for congresses (1969-1981) of FIAV; and author of numerous books on flags, including an annotated English edition of the world's first flag manuscript Flags of the World 1699-1670
  • Whitney Smith, founder of the Flag Research Center; editor of the Flag Bulletin; co-founder, secretary-general (1969-1981, 1983-1991), secretary-general for Congresses (1981-1983); founder, former president (1967-1977), president emeritus, and honorary member of NAVA; FIAV Laureate and Fellow; recipient of FIAV's 2007 Vexillon; Whitney Smith Fellow (NAVA)(for an outstanding contribution to North American vexillology); recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (1983) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; Fellow, Vexillological Association of the State of Texas; author, among other flag books, of Flags Through the Ages and Across the World, The Flag Book of the United States, and The American Flag: Two Centuries of Concord & Conflict; and originator, in 1957, of the word vexillology to describe the scholarly study of flags.
  • Charles A. Spain, Texas vexillologist, Secretary-General (1997-present) of FIAV; former president (1996-1998) of NAVA; founder and secretary-treasurer of the Vexillological Association of the State of Texas; Whitney Smith Fellow (NAVA)(for an outstanding contribution to North American vexillology); recipient, NAVA's Captain William Driver Award (1991) for best paper delivered at an annual meeting; and author of The Flags and Seals of Texas
  • Alfred Znamierowski, Polish-born founder of the Flag Design Center; recipient of FIAV's 2003 Vexillon; Fellow of FIAV; and author of The World Encyclopedia of Flags

Flag designers

References

  1. ^ Leepson, Marc. Flag: An American Biography New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2005. Print.
  2. ^ John C Vaughan, Standard Publishing House, Sydney, 1983

See also


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