Tutor/Facilitator Nadia Wright
Date: on/from Wed 19 May 2021 to Wed 19 May 2021
Frequency: One off
Class time: 11:00-12:00
Dr Nadia Wright discusses the origins, dynamics and fate of the former Armenian community of Singapore. Numbering under 100 at any given time, this tiny community was responsible for 4 of Singapore’s icons: its National Flower, Raffles Hotel, the Straits Times newspaper and St Gregory’s Church.
This talk is based on Nadia’s research and subsequent book, Stepping out from Raffles Shadow: William Farquhar and Singapore.
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