J. Barry Cullingworth Edit Profile
Graduate Trinity College of Music, London, 1950. Bachelor of Science in Sociology, University London, 1955. Postgraduate Westminster College, London, 1952-1953.
Assistant lecturer, lecturer University Manchester (England), 1955-1960. Lecturer University Durham (England), 1960-1963. Reader University Glasgow (Scotland), 1963-1966.
Director Center for Urban Studies, Birmingham, England, 1966-1972. Director Scottish Planning Exchange, 1972-1975. Official historian Cabinet Office, 1975-1977.
Chairman department urban and regional planning University Toronto (Ontario, Canada), 1977-1980, professor planning geography department, 1980-1983. Distinguished professor College Urban Affairs and Public Policy University Delaware, Newark, since 1983. Visiting professor urban and regional studies University Strathclyde, 1979-1986.
Member advisory council National Corporation for the Care of Old People, 1959-1965. Member West Midlands Economic Planning Council, 1966-1970. Member Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Authority, 1973-1975.
Secretary of State's Advisory Group on Housing Finance Review, 1975-1977. Member Central Housing Advisory Committee, 1960-1974. Member Sports Council Research and Statistics Committee, 1965-1967.
Member Scottish Study Group for The Countryside in 1970, 1965. Member numerous housing committees. Member Hanover Housing Association, 1963-1970.
Cons.Econ. Commission for Europe, 1964-1966, Organization for Economic Cooperative and Development, 1967, World Health Organization, 1971, United Nations Development Programs, 1975-1976, Lambeth Inner Area Study, 1975-1976, National Economic Development Council, 1977, Expenditure Committee of House of Commons, 1977, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ottawa, Ontario, 1979-1980, Ontario Ministry of Housing, 1980-1981.
Served with British Army, 1947-1948. Fellow Royal Society Arts. Member Royal Town Planning Institute (honorary.
Member), Housing Centre Trust (vice president), Royal Institute Public Administration, Canadian Association Geographers, Planning History Group, American Planning Association, Policy Studies Organization. Member editorial board Urban Studies, since 1966, Urban Abstracts, since 1968, Planning Perspectives, since 1986.
Married Betty Turner, March 17, 1951. Children– Wendy, Peter, Jane.