Paul BARKER

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1935-08-24
Education Hebden Bridge GS, Calder HS, BNC Oxford (MA)
Books & Publications Youth in New Society (contrib, 1966), Your Sunday Paper (contrib, 1967), A Sociological Portrait (ed, 1972), One for Sorrow, Two for Joy (ed and contrib, 1972), The Social Sciences Today (ed, 1975, Spanish edn 1979), Arts in Society (ed and contrib, 1977, revised edn 2006), The Other Britain (ed and contrib, 1982), Founders of the Welfare State (ed, 1985), Britain in the Eighties (contrib, 1989), Towards A New Landscape (contrib, 1993), Young at Eighty (contrib, 1995), Gulliver and Beyond (ed and contrib, 1996), Living as Equals (ed and contrib, 1996, Spanish edn 2000), A Critic Writes (jt ed, 1997), Town and Country (contrib, 1998), Non-Plan (contrib, 2000), The Meaning of the Jubilee (contrib, 2002), William Turner: An English Expressionist (contrib, 2005), Porcupines in Winter (contrib, 2006), The Rise and Rise of Meritocracy (contrib, 2007), The Banham Lectures (contrib, 2009), The Freedoms of Suburbia (2009, Chinese edn 2012), Ordinariness (contrib, 2010), William Ralph Turner (contrib, 2010), David Hepher (2012), Hebden Bridge: A Sense of Belonging (2012), A Crooked Smile (2013), The Dead Don't Die (2014)
Recreations architecture
Clubs
Style Paul Barker, Esq
Career writer and editor; Nat Serv cmmnd Intelligence Corps 1953-55; lectr École Normale Supérieure Paris 1958-59; editorial staff: The Times 1959-63, Economist 1964-65; ed New Society 1968-86 (staff writer 1964, dep ed 1965-68), social policy ed Sunday Telegraph 1986-88, assoc ed The Independent Magazine 1988-90, social and political columnist Sunday Times 1990-91, social commentary London Evening Standard 1992-2007 (townscape and arts columnist 1987-92), townscape columnist New Statesman 1996-99; contrib essays and articles in many newspapers and magazines; visiting fell Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy Univ of Bath 1986-2000, Leverhulme research fell 1993-95, fell Built Environment 2000-02; BPG Award (jtly) for Outstanding Radio Programme (My Country, Right or Wrong) 1988; jt dir: The Fiction Magazine 1982-87, Pennine Heritage 1978-86; Inst of Community Studies: fell 1992-95, sr fell 1995-2000, sr research fell 2000-05, chm 2000-01 (tstee 1991-2001); sr research fell The Young Fndn 2005-; memb UK Advsy Ctee Harkness Fellowships 1995-97; FRSA 1990
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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