Sudhindra Bose, "Life in the Southern States of America" (1911)
In this editorial from the August 1911 issue of Calcutta-based Modern Review, Bose writes about his travels and impressions of the American South. Bose describes in some detail the "racial problem" in the United States, and draws comparison between the treatment of African Americans and the experience of Indian students in the U.K. and U.S.
Sudhindra Bose, M.A., Ph.D.: of Calcutta, India
Undated pamphlet advertising Sudhindra Bose's lectures on subjects such as "India and Its Awakening," "The Coming Woman of India," "Women of the Orient," "The Soul of Indian Art." Includes several testimonials of Bose's skills as a lecturer.
Sudhindra Bose, "Some Aspects of British Rule in India" (1916)
Research Bulletin in Social Sciences from the University of Iowa (Vol. 5, No. 1) published on August 15, 1916. The Bulletin includes a long study of British Rule in India written by Bose, during his tenure as a Lecturer on Oriental Politics at the University of Iowa.
Sudhindra Bose, "Travelling through the country in America" (1911)
Article from March 1911 issue of Modern Review, in which Bose describes his experience traveling by train through the U.S. in an effort to "see the American country life at close range." The conversations recorded range from descriptions of a lynching of an African American to the questions posed by passengers to Bose regarding India.
Sudhindra Bose, "An Indian Educational Commission to America" (1919)
In this article from the September 1919 issue of The Hindustan Review, Sudhindra Bose describes the U.S. education system and its potential lessons for the education system in India, which he describes as "frozen" and "unsatisfactory." Bose proposes an Indian commission to be sent to the U.S., citing similar precedents from Japan and England.