The Department of Sociology is sad to learn of the death of Professor Julius Gould, a prominent member of the Department for over ten years.
Julius Gould joined the Department of Sociology in 1953 as a Lecturer and a Reader in Social Institutions from 1957 to 1964, when he left the Department for a chair at the University of Nottingham.
Julius Gould served as a Professor of Sociology at the University of Nottingham from 1964 to 1982, and was appointed an Emeritus Professor.
Julius Gould’s research focused on cultural and political sociology. His publications include: A Dictionary of the Social Sciences edited with William Kolb (1964); Jewish Life in Modern Britain edited with Shaul Esh (1964); and Jewish Commitment: A Study in London (1984).