KREJČI, Jaroslav. Czech/British, b. 1916. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Social sciences, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences, Centre for Research into Socio- Cultural Pluralism, Czech Republic, 1994-; Professor Emeritus, Lancaster University (formerly University of Lancaster), 1983- (Research Fellow, 1969-70, Visiting Lecturer, 1970-72, Lecturer, 1972-74, and Sr. Lecturer, 1974-76; Professor, School of European Studies, 1976-83). With State Planning Office, Prague, 1945-50, and State Bank, Prague, 1950-53; political prisoner, Czechoslovakia, 1954-60; Member, Production Co-operative, Prague, 1960-67, and Institute of Environment, Academy of Sciences, Prague, 1968. Teacher, Graduate School of Political and Social Science, Prague, 1948-50; External Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Technical University, Prague, 1950-52. Publications: Social Change and Stratification in Postwar Czechoslovakia, 1972; Social Structure in Divided Germany, 1976; (ed.) Sozialdemokratie und Systemwandel, 1978; (with V. Velimsky) Ethnic and Political Nations in Europe, 1981; National Income and Outlay in Czechoslovakia, Poland, and Yugoslavia, 1982; Great Revolutions Compared: The Search for a Theory, 1983; The Civilisations of Asia and the Middle East, Before the European Challenge, 1990; Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads of European History, 1990; The Human Predicament: Its Changing Image, 1993; Society in a Global Perspective, 1993; Great Revolutions Compared, the Outline of a Theory, 1994; (with P. Machonin) Czechoslovakia 1918- 1992, A Laboratory for Social Change, 1996; Between Democracy and Dictatorship (memoirs in Czech), 1998; Intelligible Currents of History (in Czech), 2002. Address: Lonsdale College, Lancaster University, Bailrigg, Lancaster, England.