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James T. Rutnam

James T. Rutnam
James T. Rutnam
Born June 13, 1905
Inuvil, Jaffna
Died 1988
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Nationality Sri Lankan
Occupation historian, educationalist, author, politician
Spouse(s) Evelyn Wijeyaratne Rutnam
Children Rajah, Chandran, Indrani, Jayam, Iswari, Dennis, Padmini and George

James Thevathasan Rutnam was a Sri Lankan historian, educationalist, author, and politician.[1]

He is the founder of the Evelyn Rutnam Institute for Inter-Cultural Studies.

References

  1. ^ "James T. Rutnam - a versatile servant". The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd. 2005-12-02. Retrieved 2011-05-01. 

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