Taylor, Robert H(enry)
TAYLOR, Robert H(enry)
TAYLOR, Robert H(enry). American, b. 1943. Genres: Area studies. Career: Author, political scientist, and educator. Cardozo High School, social studies teacher, (Washington, DC), 1965-67; Wilberforce University, OH, instructor in political science, 1967-69; University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, lecturer in government, 1974-79; University of London School of Oriental and African Studies, lecturer, 1980-1988, senior lecturer in politics, 1988-89, professor of politics, 1989-96, pro-director, 1991-96; University of Buckingham, vice chancellor, 1997-2000. Publications: Foreign and Domestic Consequences of the KMT Intervention in Burma, 1973; An Undeveloped State: The Study of Modern Burma's Politics, Department of Economics and Political Studies, 1983; Marxism and Resistance in Burma, 1942-1954: Thein Pe Myint's "Wartime Traveler," 1984; The State in Burma, 1987. EDITOR: (with M. Hobart) Context, Meaning, and Power in Southeast Asia, 1986; Handbooks to the Modern World: Asia and the Pacific, 1991. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: The Politics of Elections in Southeast Asia, 1996; Burma: Political Economy under Military Rule, 2001; The Idea of Freedom in Asia and Africa, 2002 Contributor to journals and scholarly publications. Contributor to books. Address: 13 Baron Close, Friern Village, London N11 3PS, England.