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The Church is legally responsible," said Susantha Goonatilake, president of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, who says Francis should offer an apology.
Dr Robinson is Professor of the History of South Asia at the Royal Holloway University of London, Sultan of Oman Fellow, and has served as president of the Royal Asiatic Society.
The author is a fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
One of the few contemporary art museums in China explicitly devoted to socially and politically engaged programming, the Rockbund occupies the site of its previous incarnation, the Shanghai Museum, which was founded in the mid-nineteenth century by the Royal Asiatic Society and was once the most active center of academic research in the "Far East.
In: Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal 4: 1-65.
In 1993, she was awarded the Burton Memorial Medal by the Royal Asiatic Society, and in 1995 she was made an Honorary Fellow at University College London.
Further such concessions are made for Ivy and Oxbridge alumni, members of Royal HK Yacht Club, Royal Asiatic Society, and their friends, besides group rates for six or more.
This slim volume consists of the annotated text of a lecture on Sir Richard Burton (1821-90) delivered at the Royal Asiatic Society, London, by Simon Digby, the recipient of the Sir Richard Burton Commemorative Medal in 1999.