Publications

The Royal House of Cambodia   Ambassador Julio A. Jeldress, PhD

The Royal House of Cambodia Ambassador Julio A. Jeldress, PhD

A new book on The Royal House of Cambodia by Ambassador Julio A. Jeldres PhD, a former Senior Private Secretary…
THE CHAIN OF TERROR: The Khmer Rouge Southwest Zone Security System

THE CHAIN OF TERROR: The Khmer Rouge Southwest Zone Security System

The Khmer Rouge security (prison) system was set up at virtually every political level throughout Democratic Kampuchea. This monograph examines…
WHEN THE CRIMINAL LAUGHS: Terith Chy

WHEN THE CRIMINAL LAUGHS: Terith Chy

This study of the trial of the Cambodian mass murderer Duch provides the first micro-level analysis of the personality of…
VICTIMS AND PERPETRATORS:  The Testimony of Young Khmer Rouge Cadres

VICTIMS AND PERPETRATORS: The Testimony of Young Khmer Rouge Cadres

In Democratic Kampuchea’s Region 31, the Khmer Rouge recruited children to serve as guards, “catchers,” and animal husbandry workers in…
VANISHED: Stories from Cambodia’s New People under Democratic Kampuchea

VANISHED: Stories from Cambodia’s New People under Democratic Kampuchea

For centuries, Cambodia’s rural peasants had lived in modest circumstances with few entitlements, while the country’s tiny urban elite enjoyed…
TUM TEAV: A Translation and Analysis of a Cambodian Literary Classic

TUM TEAV: A Translation and Analysis of a Cambodian Literary Classic

Tum Teav is the tragic love story of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav.…
THE KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL

THE KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL

Between April 1975 and January 1979, the radical Khmer Rouge regime subjected Cambodians to a wave of atrocities that left…
THE HIJAB OF CAMBODIA: Memories of Cham Muslim Women after the Khmer Rouge

THE HIJAB OF CAMBODIA: Memories of Cham Muslim Women after the Khmer Rouge

This book examines Cham Muslim women’s experiences under the Khmer Rouge regime through the complexities of memory and narrative and…
THE CHAM REBELLION: Survivors' Stories from the Villages

THE CHAM REBELLION: Survivors' Stories from the Villages

In October 1975, two Cham Muslim villages in Kampong Cham province staged brief and ill-fated rebellions against their oppressors, who…
SURVIVOR  The triumph of an ordinary man in the Khmer Rouge  Genocide  CHUM MEY with Documentation Center of Cambodia

SURVIVOR The triumph of an ordinary man in the Khmer Rouge Genocide CHUM MEY with Documentation Center of Cambodia

“Translation by Sim Sorya and Kimsroy Sokvisal” Chum Mey’s confession (with introduction by David Chandler and Youk Chhang) Cover photo…
STILLED LIVES:  Photographs of the Cambodian Genocide    Wynne Cougill with Pivoine Pang, Chhayran Ra, and  Sopheak Sim

STILLED LIVES: Photographs of the Cambodian Genocide Wynne Cougill with Pivoine Pang, Chhayran Ra, and Sopheak Sim

This book contains photographs and essays on the lives of 51 men and women, who joined the Khmer Rouge during…
SEVEN CANDIDATES FOR PROSECUTION: Accountability for the Crimes of the Khmer Rouge

SEVEN CANDIDATES FOR PROSECUTION: Accountability for the Crimes of the Khmer Rouge

This study examines the responsibility of seven senior officials for their roles in developing and implementing the murderous policies of the…
Reconciliation Process in Cambodia: 1979-2007 Before the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

Reconciliation Process in Cambodia: 1979-2007 Before the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

This dissertation attempts to fill some gaps in the reconciliation literature by presenting evidence that both state and non-state actors…
RECONCILIATION IN CAMBODIA   Suzannah Linton

RECONCILIATION IN CAMBODIA Suzannah Linton

For the first time, Cambodia’s struggle to deal with its tragic past is put into global context through an examination of…
OUKOUBAH: Justice for the Cham Muslims under Democratic Kampuchea Regime

OUKOUBAH: Justice for the Cham Muslims under Democratic Kampuchea Regime

This monograph explores the genocide of the Cham ethnic group, making a case that the Cham, who are Muslims, were…
ON TRIAL: The Khmer Rouge Accountability Process Edited by John D. Ciorciari and  and Anne Heindel Foreword by Youk Chhang

ON TRIAL: The Khmer Rouge Accountability Process Edited by John D. Ciorciari and and Anne Heindel Foreword by Youk Chhang

This book is dedicated to the victims of Democratic Kampuchea and to  promoting a legal accountability process that will honor…
EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES OF GENOCIDE SURVIVOR IN LANDSCAPES OF VIOLENCE IN CAMBODIA

EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES OF GENOCIDE SURVIVOR IN LANDSCAPES OF VIOLENCE IN CAMBODIA

This research examines the experiences of survivors who live in an unmarked site of mass violence in Cambodia, i.e., the…
THE KHMER ROUGE DIVISION 703: From Victory to Self-destruction

THE KHMER ROUGE DIVISION 703: From Victory to Self-destruction

One of the most favored of the Khmer Rouge’s nine military divisions, Division 703 was composed of 5,000 to 6,000…
CAMBODIA'S HIDDEN SCARS: Trauma Psychology and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia

CAMBODIA'S HIDDEN SCARS: Trauma Psychology and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of Cambodia

The first edition of this volume was originally produced in parallel with the Extraordinary Chambers in the Court of  Cambodia…
CAMBODIA'S HIDDEN SCARES: Trauma Psychology in the Wake of the Khmer Rouge An Edited Volume on Cambodia's Mental Health

CAMBODIA'S HIDDEN SCARES: Trauma Psychology in the Wake of the Khmer Rouge An Edited Volume on Cambodia's Mental Health

The Khmer Rouge Standing Committee aimed to ensure compliance and eliminate dissent by oppressing the people through psychological dominance.  The…
Buddhism Under Pol Pot

Buddhism Under Pol Pot

This new book by Ian Harris, Professor of Buddhist Studies at the University of Cumbria, UK, explores the fate of…
BOU MENG: A SURVIVOR FROM KHMER    ROUGE PRISON S-21  Justice for the Future, Not Just for the Victims

BOU MENG: A SURVIVOR FROM KHMER ROUGE PRISON S-21 Justice for the Future, Not Just for the Victims

Nearly 30 years after the fall of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, a survivor of its ruthless torture machine emerges from history…
A HISTORY OF ANLONG VENG COMMUNITY   Khamboly Dy and Christopher Dearing (Khmer Translation by Men Pechet)

A HISTORY OF ANLONG VENG COMMUNITY Khamboly Dy and Christopher Dearing (Khmer Translation by Men Pechet)

History invites moral judgments, and in studying the people of Anlong Veng, it is easy to slip into an accusatory…
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