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Jonathan Kennedy

Research Areas

Comparative Political Economy, Political Sociology, Political Economy of Health, Sociology of Development, Comparative Historical Sociology, Methodology, Sociological Theory.

Educational History

2008 to 2012: PhD in Sociology, University of Cambridge.
2007 to 2008: MPhil in Sociology, University of Cambridge.
2005 to 2007: MA in Social Sciences, Freiburg University, KwaZulu-Natal University and Jawaharlal Nehru University
2001 to 2004: BA in History, University of Nottingham.

Publications

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Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2013): 'Adivasis, Maoists and Insurgency in India,' European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie European Journal of Sociology 54(1): 1-32.

Keertichandra Rajan, Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2013): 'Is Wealthier Always Healthier in Poor Countries? The Health Effects of Income, Inequality, Poverty, and Literacy in India,' Social Science and Medicine 88: 98-107.

Jonathan Kennedy and Sunil Purushotham (2012): 'Beyond Naxalbari: A Comparative Analysis of Maoist Insurgency in India, 1947 to present date,' Comparative Studies in Society and History 54 (4): 832-62.

Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2011): 'The Conviction of Binayak Sen,' The Lancet 377 (9774): 1316-17.

Jonathan Kennedy and Lawrence King (2011): 'Understanding the Conviction of Binayak Sen: Neocolonialism, Political Violence and the Political Economy of Health in Central India,' Social Science and Medicine 72: 1639-42.

  • Position: Research Associate
  • E-mail: jk428@cam.ac.uk
  • Tel: 01223 334528
  • Address: Department of Sociology, Free School Lane, Cambridge CB2 3RQ