In this guide, you will find links to resources related to Rohingya and the ongoing genocide in Myanmar. They include books and e-books, magazine articles, journals, newspapers and more. For further assistance, please contact the Museum’s Carte International Reference Centre at 204–289‑2153 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resource guide details
Difficult subjects are discussed in some of the materials found in this guide, including but not limited to genocide, sexual violence against women and girls, and other traumatic events.
The Carte International Reference Centre is not responsible for the content of external links. Inclusion of material in this resource guide does not necessarily represent an endorsement of the views expressed. Material is presented in the language in which it was originally produced.
Books in the Reference Centre
There is a growing collection of books on Rohingya in the Carte International Reference Centre located on Level 5 at the Museum. These books can be accessed onsite during the Centre’s open hours.
Books about Rohingya
Books about Rohingya
- 136: I am Rohingya
Omi, Saiful Huq. 136: I am Rohingya. Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing, 2018.
- Memories of Burmese Rohingya Refugees: Contested Identity and Belonging
Farzana, Kazi Fahmida. Memories of Burmese Rohingya Refugees: Contested Identity and Belonging. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
- Myanmar’s enemy within: Buddhist violence and the making of a Muslim 'other'
Wade, Francis. Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist violence and the Making of a Muslim 'Other’. London, UK: Zed Books Ltd, 2017.
- Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ Conflict
Ware, Anthony and Costas Laoutides. Myanmar’s ‘Rohingya’ Conflict. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2018.
- The Rohingya crisis: a people facing extinction
Bari, Muhammad Abdul. The Rohingya Crisis: A People Facing Extinction. Leicestershire: Kube Publishing Ltd, 2018.
- The Rohingyas: inside Myanmar’s genocide
Ibrahim, Azeem. The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Genocide. London: Hurst & Company, 2018.
- Where Flowers Bloom – Memories of Burma
Memuna. Where Flowers Bloom – Memories of Burma. 2015