Studdert-Kennedy, (William) Gerald
STUDDERT-KENNEDY, (William) Gerald
STUDDERT-KENNEDY, (William) Gerald. British (born India), b. 1933. Genres: Politics/Government, Social sciences. Career: British Broadcasting Corp., London, England, producer, 1957-62; KQED-TV, San Francisco, CA, panelist on "World Press," 1963-66; University of York, Heslington, England, lecturer, 1966-70; University of Birmingham, England, senior lecturer in political science, 1970-92, reader in politics, 1992-98, honorary professor, School of Social Sciences, 1998-. Publications: (with G.C. Moodie) Opinions, Publics, and Pressure Groups, 1970; Evidence and Explanation in Social Science, 1975; Dog Collar Democracy: The Industrial Christian Fellowship, 1919-1929, 1981; British Christians, Indian Nationalists, and the Raj, 1990, rev. ed., 1999; Providence and the Raj: Imperial Mission and Missionary Imperialism, 1998. Address: Department of Political Science, University of Birmingham, PO Box 363, Birmingham B15 2TT, England.