Harper Press, 2007, 910.409 COL
Anthem Press, 2006, 891.443 FRA
We Wish to Inform you that Tomorrow we will be Killed with our Families: Stories from Rwanda
Picador, 2000, 967.57 GOU
Continuing the current RSA focus on Asia, and following RSA events such as Will China and India rule the world? and The Challenge of India Summit, on 19 August writer and academic Bashabi Fraser will discuss the founding of the modern Indian state and the equally significant Bengali partition which preceded it, creating East Pakistan, later Bangladesh. Bashabi Fraser is the author of Bengal Partition Stories: An Unclosed Chapter as well as an Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for South Asian Studies, Edinburgh University.
Finally, on 26 August, Linda Colley will be the guest of RSA Chief Executive Matthew Taylor. Colley is an expert on nations and identity and has recently published the book The Ordeal of Elizabeth Marsh: A Woman in World History which traces an 18th-century woman’s life progress from the Caribbean, to Britain, to the Mediterranean and North Africa, and on to India, as a way of exploring growing connections and collisions between continents and cultures.
All of the book mentioned above are available to borrow from the RSA Library.