James T. Rutnam

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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.


  1. ^ "James T. Rutnam - a versatile servant". The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd. 2005-12-02. Archived from the original on 2011-06-29. Retrieved 2011-05-01. 

External links

  • James T. Rutnam - a versatile servant
  • Alimankada –Behind the scenes
  • First Lankan immigrant to USA dies
  • A Biographical Introduction by James T. Rutnam
  • Dr. James T. Rutnam - A true scholar By Prof. K. Indrapala
  • Dr. James T. Rutnam - a scholar and writer
  • The Leading Characters in the Political Turmoil of Sinhalese-Muslim Riots of 1915 by Sachi Sri Kantha
  • Rajah Rutnam — Sri Lanka’s first immigrant to US
  • Dr. James T. Rutnam - a scholar and writer
  • James T. Rutnam - a versatile servant by Prof. Bertram Bastiampillai
  • When Sinhalese supported and Tamils opposed federalism
  • A Century of Tamil Poetry in Sri Lanka
  • In Memory of James Rutnam
  • Meeting Thiru Arumugam in Toronto[permanent dead link]
  • James Thevathasan Rutnam by Silan Kadirgamar
  • "The House of Nilaperumal" by James T.Rutnam

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