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Asian studies educator

Victor Terence King, British Asian studies educator. Member Association Social Anthropologists of Commonwealth; fellow Royal Society Arts.

Background

King, Victor Terence was born on January 26, 1949 in Great Yarmouth, England. Son of Victor Haig and Frances Irene (Wright) King.

Education

Bachelor, University Hull, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University Hull, 1981. Master of Arts, University London, 1971.

Career

Lecturer University Hull, England, 1973—1987, senior lecturer England, 1987—1988, professor southeast Asian studies England, since 1988, dean social and political science, 1993—1996, pro-vice chancellor, 1998—2000, director graduate school, since 2002. Director White Rose East Asia Center, University Leeds, Sheffield, since 2006. United Kingdom director Borneo Research Council, since 1985.

Visiting professor University Leeds, since 2003.

Works

Membership

Member Association Social Anthropologists of Commonwealth. Fellow Royal Society Arts.

Connections

Married Judith Jane Smith, April 15, 1972. Children: Oliver David Charles, Timothy James Edward.

father:
Victor Haig King

mother:
Frances Irene (Wright) King

spouse:
Judith Jane Smith

child:
Oliver David Charles King

child:
Timothy James Edward King