Genealogy, Heraldry and Documentary Sciences
INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES
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LOCAL ADVISORY BOARD
Alice Pierotti – Branch Manager of Emily Jones Public Library
Scott Rhines – Town Clerk of Como, Mississippi
Dr. Forester Ruhl – Family Practice and Vice Mayor of Como, MS
EXTERNAL ADVISORY BOARD
Prof. Stephen P. Kerr, Esq., B.A.A., J.D, L.L.M, M.A.T., (United States) – Special International Legal Counsel, Imperial House of Habsburg- Lorraine and Dr. Otto Von Hapsburg. Kerr has written extensively on heraldry and documentary sciences.
Rafal Heydel-Mankoo, B.A (Hons), LL.B., M.A. is the co-Editor of the critically-acclaimed Burke’s Peerage: World Orders of Knighthood & Merit and of the Almanach de Polska the definitive English-language guide to the Polish Aristocracy. He is Canada’s premier royal commentator and broadcaster and he also appears regularly on British television and radio to discuss royalty and protocol. He lectures extensively in the UK, Canada and USA on matters pertaining to heraldry, royalty, chivalry and nobility and he has advised various governments on honours policy. Mr. Heydel-Mankoo is a Commissioner for the International Commission of the Orders of Chivalry, a Council Member of the Royal Stuart Society, a Committee Member of the Polish Order of Malta Volunteers, a Trustee of the Canadian Royal Heritage Trust, a former Director of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada and a former branch chairman of the Monarchist League of Canada. He is a member of the Heraldry Society (England) and of the White Lion Society.
Dr. Levan Z. Urushadze is Senior Research Fellow of the Georgian National Museum - Curator of the Museum of the Soviet Occupation (Tbilisi); 1986 - M.Sc. in History (Department of Oriental Studies of the Tbilisi State University, Diploma with Honours); 1990 - Ph.D. in History (The Javakhishvili Institute of History and Ethnology, Tbilisi); 2006 - Doctor of Historical Sciences (Full Doctor, The Javakhishvili Institute of History and Ethnology).
Larry Kilpatrick - Officer, Los Bexarenos Genealogical Society
Prof. Anatole Alex Klyosvo, Ph.D., D.Sc. – noted chemist , received his M.Sc. from Moscow State University and was former professor of the Carbohydrate Research Laboratory at the USSR Academy of Sciences and professor of Biochemistry at Harvard Medical School. (He is recipient of the USSR National Prize in Science, 1984; USSR Science and Technology Gold Medal, 1988 and Jewish Association of Cohanim Latin America Gold Medal, 2009. Membership includes: American Chemical Society and the World Academy of Art and Science. He is president of the Russian Academy of DNA Genealogy.
Jane Tunesi of Liongam B.A. (hons.), M.St., MCLIP, Dip.Gen. - Chartered Librarian with over 25 years experience in genealogy; former Assistant Librarian, The College of Arms in England and attended St. Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge.
Prof. Dr. Szabolcs de Vajay (1921-2010) – “He was extraordinary ambassador of Hungary near UNESCO; Hungarian heraldist and genealogist, honorary president of the Commission for Awards and Medals (constituted by him) of C.I.G.H.; honorary vice-president of C.I.G.H.; honorary counsellor of International Academy of Heraldry; honorary member of International Academy of Genealogy; Fellow of International Commission for Orders of Chivalry and honorary president of the Hungarian Heraldic Society.”
Fr. Lawrence Ober, SJ – Instructor of Advanced and Honors Courses. St. Ignatius (Cleveland, OH )
V. Shaun Redmond, CD, B.Soc.Sc. is a military antiquarian and avid heraldist. Redmond is keenly interested and active in Métis genealogy and Aboriginal heraldry; while maintaining close ties with heraldic practices of his paternal Irish homeland. Lawfully armigerous his Achievements are matriculated with the Chief Herald of Ireland; affirmed and granted by the Court of the Lord Lyon of Scotland; and registered with the Canadian Heraldic Authority. Redmond is a past president of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada, a Commissioner of the International Commission on Orders of Chivalry and a Life fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Marcel C. van Rossum, OMBB is Deputy Director of the South African Bureau of Heraldry He is also deeply involved in South African Genealogical research and has worked in National Archives of South Africa for some years. He is currently serving on the National Archives of South Africa Management Team. The Bureau of Heraldry is housed in the National Archives.