Royal Africa Society

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The Royal African Society "is Britain’s prime Africa organisation. Now more than 100 years old...

"The Society has offices at the London International Development Centre in Gordon Square, London. It has branches in Bristol and Scotland. Its Director is Richard Dowden, a journalist working on Africa for more than 20 years, formerly Africa Editor of The Independent and The Economist and author of Africa: Altered States, Ordinary Miracles. [1]

There listed book of the month in June 2010 was Wilfred Thesiger in Africa. A unique collection of essays and personal photographs (Harper Press, London 2010) - Christopher Morton and Philip N. Grover eds.



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  1. About, Royal Africa Society, accessed June 15, 2010.