Tickets are still available for Dr Rosie Llewellyn-Jones illustrated lecture on her recent publication Empire Building: The Construction of British India 1690-1860 on Wednesday 31st May.
Wednesday 31 May
An illustrated lecture by Dr Rosie Llewellyn-Jones on her recent publication Empire Building: The Construction of British India 1690-1860, with drinks and dinner at the East India Club, 16 St James’ Square, London SW1Y 4LH, on Wednesday 31 May.
Dr Llewellyn-Jones, who is the editor of BACSA’s journal Chowkidar, looks at the wide-ranging impact of the East India Company and its engineers on the built and rural environment of India. Her latest book follows numerous publications on Indians and the British during the period of British rule.
We will meet from 6 pm for drinks (cash bar) in the East India Room, with its rich collection of portraits, before the illustrated lecture at 6.30 pm in the Clive Room. A three course dinner with coffee will follow in the East India Room. Signed copies of the book will be available to buy.
The lecture and dinner cost £52 per person. Drinks from the cash bar are in addition.
Tuesday 16 May is the last day to apply for tickets. Attendance is limited to 40 places.
If you would like to attend what promises to be a fascinating evening, you can book online via Events on the BACSA website, www.bacsa.org.uk, where payment can be made. You can also book via the event organiser, Rosemary Raza, 27 Rivermead Court, Ranelagh Gardens, London SW6 3RU, tel. 0207 736 4842 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . A cheque made out to BACSA can be sent to her; or you can make a bank transfer to BACSA via Lloyds Bank, sort code 30-96-88, Acc. No. 00119149, Acc. Name, BACSA, quoting your name and RLJ Lecture.