Symonds, (John) Richard
SYMONDS, (John) Richard
SYMONDS, (John) Richard. British, b. 1918. Genres: History, Institutions/ Organizations, International relations/Current affairs, Theology/Religion. Career: Served in the U.N. Development Programme, 1950-79; resident representative in Ceylon, Yugoslavia, Europe, East Africa, and Southern Africa, 1950-65, Greece, 1972-75, and Tunisia, 1975-78. Sr. research officer, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Oxford University, 1963-65; professorial fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, 1966-69; representative in Europe, U.N. Institute for Training and Research, 1969-71; St. Antony's College, Oxford, senior associate member, 1979-82, U.N. career records project, hon. director, 1989-92; Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, senior research associate, 1979-. Publications: The Making of Pakistan, 1950; The British and Their Successors, 1966; (ed. and co-author) International Targets for Development, 1970; (with M. Carder) The United Nations and the Population Question, 1973; Oxford and Empire-The Last Lost Cause?, 1986; Alternative Saints, The Post Reformation British People Commemorated by the Church of England, 1988; Far above Rubies- The Women Uncommemorated by the Church of England, 1993; Inside the Citadel-Men and the Emancipation of Women, 1850-1920, 1999; In the Margins of Independence: A Relief Worker in India and Pakistan, 1942-1969, 2001. Address: 43 Davenant Rd, Oxford OX2 8BU, England.