Dunn, John (Montfort)

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DUNN, John (Montfort)

DUNN, John (Montfort). British, b. 1940. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: University of Cambridge, professor of political theory, 1987-, fellow of Kings College, Cambridge, 1966- (fellow, Jesus College, 1965-66; director of Studies in History, 1966-72; lecturer in political science, 1972-77; reader in politics, 1977-87). Publications: The Political Thought of John Locke, 1969; Modern Revolutions: An Introduction to the Analysis of a Political Phenomenon, 1972; (co-author) Dependence and Opportunity: Political Change in Ahafo, 1973; Western Political Theory in the Face of the Future, 1979; Political Obligation in Its Historical Context, 1980; Locke, 1984; The Politics of Socialism, 1984; Rethinking Modern Political Theory: Essays 1979-83, 1985; Interpreting Political Responsibility: Essays 1981-89, 1990; The History of Political Theory, 1995; The Cunning of Unreason: Making Sense of Politics, 2000; Pensare la politica, 2002; Locke: A Very Short Introduction, 2003. EDITOR: West African States: Failure and Promise, 1978; The Economic Limits to Modern Politics, 1989; Contemporary West African States, 1989; Democracy: The Unfinished Journey, 508 BC-1993 AD, 1992; Contemporary Crisis of the Nation State, 1994; Great Political Thinkers, 1997. Address: Dept. of History and Politics, Kings College, Cambridge CB2 1ST, England.