Saturday, May 30, 2009

First Annual Khmer Studies Forum, 2009

FIRST ANNUAL KHMER STUDIES FORUM SCHEDULE (May 30, 2009)

9:30-9:55 Refreshment
9:55-10:00 Welcome speech by Dr. Gene Ammarell, Director, SEA Studies Program

First Panel: Archeology and Visual Representations

10:00-10:25 Wes Clarke: "Problems and Prospects for Cambodia's Endangered
Cultural Heritage."

10:25-10:45 Alison Carter: "Exploring Trade and Exchange Networks in Iron Age
Cambodia: Preliminary Results from a Study of Stone and Glass Beads."

10:45-11:05 Anthony Medrano: "Pierre Dieulefils and the Origins of the Colonial
Postcard in French Indochina, 1885-1925."

11:05-11:35 Q&A Session

11:35-13:00 Lunch Break

Second Panel: History

13:00-13:20 Sok Udom Deth: "A Survey of Resistance Movements in Cambodia's
Modern History: From Pou Kombo to Ta Mok."

13:20-13:40 Bruce Douglas: "Democratic Kampuchea's Foreign Policy after 1979."

13:40-14:00 Huong Nguyen: "Vietnamese Press on the Memoirs of the Khmer Rouge."

14:00-14:30 Q & A Session

Third Panel: Politics and Media

14:45-15:05 Im Sothearith: "Cambodian Public Admin Reform."

15:05-15:25 Chalisa Magpanthong: "Media Framing of Labor Migration in the
Mekong Sub-Region: A Case Study of Thailand, Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Myanmar."

15:25-15:45 Farina So: "Website Development: Building Bridges between the
Cambodian Cham Muslims and the Rest of the World."

15:45-16:15 Q&A Session

Fourth Panel: Anthropology and Religious Studies

16:30-16:50 Jared Cahners: "Hunter Monks and Kpa Klon: Built Space and
National Stories in Cambodia's Highland Provincial Capitals."

16:50-17:10 Joanie Kraynanski: "Reopening the Case of Cambodian Women Walking Silently: The Emergence of Cambodian Women in Public Sphere."

17:10-17:30 Q&A Session

17:30-17:35 Closing Remarks

17:35: Dinner provided at Yamada House

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