Tutor/Facilitator Nadia Wright
Date: on/from Wed 28 Apr 2021 to Wed 28 Apr 2021
Frequency: One off
Class time: 11:00-12:00
Dr Nadia Wright challenges the commonly held belief that Sir Stamford Raffles was responsible for Singapore’s development from a small village to a successful commercial port. She argues that Singapore’s early development was due to the actions of William Farquhar, Singapore’s first Resident and Commandant.
This talk is based on Nadia’s research and subsequent book, Stepping out from Raffles Shadow: William Farquhar and Singapore.
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