Doomed King: In defense of Sri Vikrama Rajasinghe

<p>17 December 2014<br /> As it is a work in progress, Prof. Obeyesekere wishes to distribute his somewhat lengthy and controversial paper to interested members<a href="">Read more</a></p>

"OMAR" : A Film by Hany Abu-Assad

<p>28 November 2014<br /> “Omar” is a thriller and a romance with unabashedly melodramatic elements all of which<br /> <a href="">Read more</a></p>

“12”: A film by Nikita Mikahalkov

<p>30 October 2014<br /> “12” is crime film by Russian director and actor Nikita Mikhalkov. Mikhalkov was awarded the Special Lion at the 64th Venice International Film Festival for <a href="">Read more</a></p>

Murder in the Cathedral: The Conspiracy to Assassinate Kirti Sri Rajasinha by Monks and Aristocrats in 1760 CE

<p>29 October 2014<br /> In this case study I re-examine the failed attempt to kill King Kīrti Śri Rājasinha by a section of the Kandyan aristocracy and monkhood in a most gruesome manner in the very premises of the Malvatta monastery<a href="">&#8230; Read more</a></p>

Honk: A film by Arnaud Gaillard and Florent Vassault

<p>10 October 2014<br /> At nightfall, on the outskirts of Salt Lake City, surrounded by his family, a grandmother attends the execution of her husband&#8217;s murderer. In Oklahoma, a former death row inmate<a href="">Read more</a></p>

Human Rights Practices in Sri Lanka: Towards a Thick Description

<p>By Shermal Wijewardene<br /> Wijay K. nagaraj<br /> 2014<br /> This is a finely researched and written monograph on human rights practice in Sri Lanka from the perspective of a selection of social actors engaged in it<a href=""> &#8230; Read More</a</p>

The past: a Film by Asghar Farhadi

<p>1 October 2014<br /> Writer-director Asghar Farhadi’s follow-up to the Oscar-Winning “A Separation” is an intensely gripping emotional drama with a superb script and<a href="">Read more</a></p>