Resources

Resources

To be organized in a far more superior user-friendly fashion, in the near future. However in the meantime, here is a working list of resources related to Cambodian history, art, politics, society, and religion, as well as memory and visual and material culture.

“Cambodian Artists Speak Out: The Art of Survival,” Democratic Development, No. 4 (2008): 167.

Chandler, David. P. “Cambodia Deals with its Past: Collective Memory, Demonisation and Induced Amnesia.” Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, Vol. 9, No. 2-3 (June-September 2008): 355-369.

—. “Foreword.” In A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People, by Zhou Dagan. Translated by Peter Harris. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 2007.

—. “Songs at the Edger of the Forest: Perceptions of Order in Three Cambodian Texts.” In At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia, History, and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler, edited by Anne Ruth Hansen, and Judy Ledgerwood, 31-46. Ithaca, N.Y.: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.

—. The Tragedy of Cambodian History: Politics, War, and Revolution since 1945. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991.

—. Voices from S-21: Terror and History in Pol Pot’s Secret Prison. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.

Cougill, Wynne. “Buddhist Cremation Traditions for the Dead and the Need to Preserve Forensic Evidence in Cambodia.” Documentation Center of Cambodia. http://www.dccam.org/Projects/Maps/Buddhist_Cremation_Traditions.htm#_ftn1.

“Duong Saree Biography,” 10 Chancery Lane Gallery. http://www.10chancerylanegallery.com/artists.

Edkins, Jenny. Trauma and the Memory of Politics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Edwards, Penny. “Between Song and a Prei: Tracking Cambodian Cosmology Through the Forest.” In At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia, History, and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler, edited by Anne Ruth Hansen and Judy Ledgerwood, 137-162. Ithaca, N.Y.: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.

Fisher-Nguyen, Karen. “Khmer Proverbs: Images and Rules.” In Cambodian Culture since 1975: Homeland and Exile, edited by May M. Ebihara, Carol A. Mortland, and Judy Ledgerwood, 91-104. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994.

“Genocidal Center at Choeung Ek.” Visitor brochure. Municipality of Phnom Penh, 1989.

Gottesman, Evan. Cambodia After the Khmer Rouge: Inside the Politics of Nation Building. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004.

Hansen, Anne Ruth and Judy Ledgerwood. “At the Edge of the Forest: Narrative, Order, and Questions of Meaning in Khmer History and Society.” In At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia, History, and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler, edited by Anne Ruth Hansen, and Judy Ledgerwood, 1-17. Ithaca, N.Y.: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.

Harris, Ian. Cambodian Buddhism: History and Practice. Honolulu: University of Hawai’I Press, 2005.

Hinton, Alexander Laban. “A Head for an Eye: Revenge in the Cambodian Genocide.” American Ethnologist, Vol. 25, No. 3 (August 1998): 352-377.

—. “Truth, Representation and the Politics of Memory after Genocide.” In People of Virtue, edited by Alexandra Kent and David Chandler, 62-81. Copenhagen: NIAS Publishing, 2008.

Hughes, Rachel. “The Abject Artefacts of Memory: Photographs from Cambodia’s Genocide.” Media, Culture, and Society, 25 (2003): 23-44.

—. “Fielding Genocide: Post-1979 Cambodia and the Geopolitics of Memory.” PhD diss., University of Melbourne, 2006.

—. “Nationalism and Memory at the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide Crimes, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.” In Contested Pasts: The Politics of Memory, edited by Katharine Hodgkin and Susannah Radstone, 175-192. New York: Routledge, 2003.

Kent, Alexandra and David Chandler. “Introduction.” In People of Virtue: Reconfiguring Religion, Power and Moral Order in Cambodia Today, edited by Alexandra Kent and David Chandler, 1-15. Copenhagen: NIAS Publishing, 2008.

Kiernan, Ben. “Introduction: A World Turned Upside Down.” In Children of the Killing Fields: Memoirs by Survivors, edited by Dith Pran and Kim DePaul, xi-xvii. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998.

—. The Pol Pot Regime: Race, Power, and Genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, 1975-1979. New Haven: Yale Nota Bene, 2002.

Ledgerwood, Judy. “The Cambodian Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes: National Narrative.” In Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century, edited by David E. Lorey and William H. Beezley, 103-122. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 2002.

—. “Ritual in 1990 Cambodian Political Theatre.” In in At the Edge of the Forest: Essays on Cambodia, Historica, and Narrative in Honor of David Chandler, edited by Anne Ruth Hansen and Judy Ledgerwood, 195-220. Ithaca, N.Y.: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2008.

Ledgerwood, Judy, May M. Ebihara, and Carol A. Mortland. “Introduction.” In Cambodian Culture since 1975: Homeland and Exile, edited by May M. Ebihara, Carol A. Mortland, and Judy Ledgerwood, 1-26. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1994.

McEvers, Kelly. “Out of the Shadows.” Rhode Island Monthly, January 2003.

Muan, Ingrid. “Citing Angkor: The ‘Cambodian Arts’ in the Age of Restoration.” PhD diss., Columbia University 2001.

Muan, Ingrid and Ly Daravuth. The Legacy of Absence: A Cambodian Story. Phnom Penh: Reyum Publishing, 2000.

Nath, Vann. A Cambodian Prison Portrait. Bangkok: White Lotus Press, 1988.

Chanda, Nayan. “Cambodia in 1987: Sihanouk on Center Stage.” Asian Survey 28, No. 1, A Survey of Asia in 1987: Part 1 (Jan. 1988): 105-115.

Ly, Boreth. “Of Performance and the Persistent Temporality of Trauma: Memory, Art, and Visions.” positions 16 (2008): 109-129.

Nice Hat!. DVD. Directed by David Brisbin. Vancouver, BC: BRI Film Ltd., 2006.

Ourk, Lim. Personal interview with Rachel Hughes. 22 March 2000.

pierSath, Chath. Artist’s introduction. http://chathpiersath.org.

Ponchaud, Francois. Cambodia: Year Zero. Translated by Nancy Amphoux. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1977.

Power, Samantha. A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide (New York: Basic Books, 2002

Ricoeur, Paul. Memory, History, Forgetting. Translated by Kathleen Blamey and David Pellauer. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2004.

Smith, Philip, Providence College Hunt-Cavanaugh Gallery, and Rhode Island Foundation Gallery. The Spirit of Cambodia…a tribute. Providence, Rhode Island: Providence College, 2002.

Swearer, Donald. The Buddhist World of Southeast Asia. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995.

UNICEF Statistics: Cambodia.” http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/cambodia_statistics.html.

Vachon, Michelle. “A Book and Exhibition Document the Science of Cambodian Ornamentation.” Cambodia Daily. 26-27 March 2005. http://www.reyum.org/media/english_articles/2005_03_26/2005_03_26.html.

Vickery, Michael. Cambodia 1975-1982. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1984.

The Village of My Birth, Art Detail.” The Legacy Project Visual Arts Library. http://www.legacy-project.org.

Vitharin, Chan and Preap Chanman. Kbach: A Study of Khmer Ornament. Phnom Penh: Reyum Publishing, 2004.

“The Wait of the Orphans to pick up scraps of food Art Detail.” The Legacy Project Visual Arts Library. http://www.legacy-project.org.

Williams, Paul. “Witnessing Genocide: Vigilance and Remembrance at Tuol Sleng and Choeung Ek.” Holocaust and Genocide Studies 18, No. 2 (Fall 2004): 234-255.

Winter, Jay. Remembering War: The Great War Between Memory and History in the Twentieth Century. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006.

Young, James E. At Memory Edge: After-Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art and Architecture. New York: Yale University Press, 2000.

—. The Texture of Memory: Holocaust Memorials and Meaning. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.

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