History Hour 41 – “Hiding Places, Rigged Elections and a Rane murdered on a Hill” by Mr Victor Rangel Ribeiro. Thursday held on 13th March 2008.

Rangel-Rebeiro draws on his own family’s oral traditions his grandfather’s newspapers, and his father’s memoirs to paint a vivid picture of Goa we no longer know.

Mr. Victor Rangel-Rebeiro has lived in Goa, Bombay and Calcutta, where he worked as a journalist and editor. He earned his B.A. from Bombay University and his M.A. from Columbia University. Since then he has lived in the United States, His varied professional career includes working on a freelance basis for Fairleigh Dickinson University Press as well as teaching in both public and private New York schools. Rangel-Ribeiro is the former music director of the Beethoven Society of New York and the author of several books on music. Tivolem is his debut novel.

Mr. Victor Rangel Ribeiro
P.C. www.victorrangel-ribeiro.com

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