Association d'échanges et de formation pour les études khmères
Association - Les membres
2006 (depuis) : Maître de conférences (assistant professor), Université de Californie (Berkeley), Department of South and Southeast Asia.
2006 : Project Director, Initiating Urban Studies in Cambodia, Centre for Khmer Studies/New School University, Phnom Penh
2006 : Advisor, Ethnic Identities in Contemporary Cambodia, Centre for Advanced Studies, Phnom Penh
2005 : Visiting Scholar, Centre for Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh
2005-2006 : Academic Advisor, Centre for Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh
2004- 2005 : Research Advisor, Vice President, Research Committee, Buddhist Institute, Phnom Penh.
2004 -2006 : Director, Buddhist Institute History Project , Phnom Penh.
2002-2006 : Research Fellow, Centre for Cross Cultural Research, Australian National University, Canberra.
2002 (Feb-May) : Harold White Fellow, National Library of Australia
2000-2002 : Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Cross Cultural Research, Australian National University, Canberra.
1995 : Head, Chinese Research Unit, Interdisciplinary Research Project on Ethnic Groups, Centre for Advanced Study, Cambodia.
1992-1993 : Research and Analysis Officer, Information and Education Division, United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia .
1991 : Chinese Language Lecturer (Part Time), Oxford University.
1. (avec Chan Sambath), "Ethnic Chinese in Cambodia", in W. Collins (ed.) Ethnic Groups in Cambodia. Phnom Penh: Center for Advanced Study, Monograph : 109-175.
2. "Imaging the other in Cambodian nationalist discourse before and during the UNTAC period ", in Propaganda, Politics and Violence in Cambodia. Stephen Heder and Judy Ledgerwood (eds.), Armonk NY: M.E. Sharpe : 50-72.
3. " Womanizing Indochina: Fiction, Nation and Cohabitation in Colonial Cambodia, 1890-1930 ", in Domesticating the Empire: Race, Gender and Family Life in French and Dutch Colonialism eds. Julia Clancy-Smith and Frances Gouda (eds.), Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press : 108-130.
4. " Restyling Colonial Cambodia (1860-1954): French Dressing, Indigenous Custom and NationalCostume", in Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2001: 1-28. (To be anthologized in French Colonial Indochina: A Reader. Ed. Eric Jennings. University of Nebraska Press).
5. " Propa-Gender: Marianne, Joan of Arc and the Export of French Gender Ideology to Cambodia ", in Promoting the Colonial Idea: Propaganda and Visions of Empire in France. Tony Chafer and Amanda Sackur (eds.), Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave : 116-132.
6. "Half-Cast: Staging Race in British Burma", Journal of Postcolonial Studies Vol. 5, 3 (2002): 279-293.
7. “Time travels: locating xinyimin (new migrants) in Sino-Cambodian histories", in Globalizing Chinese Migration: Trends in Europe and Asia, Pal Nyírí and Igor Saveliev (eds). Burlington, UK: Ashgate Press : 254 - 290.
8. (Sous la direction de Shen Yuan-fang & Penny Edwards), Beyond China: Migrating Identities. Canberra: Centre for the Study of Chinese Southern Diaspora, Australian National University. 2002. 108 p.
9. "On home ground: Settling Land and Domesticating Difference in the ‘non-settler’ colonies of Burma and Cambodia", Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Volume 3, No. 4 (2003).
10. (Sous la direction de Shen Yuan-fang & Penny Edwards), Lost in the Whitewash: Aboriginal-Asian Encounters in Australia, 1901-2001. Canberra: Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University. 2003. 167 pp.
11. " Mixed Metaphors: The Transcolonial Trope of the ‘Half-Caste Woman ", Balayi: Culture, Law and Colonialism Volume 3, No. 6 (2004): 41-61.
12. " Making a Religion of the Nation, and its Language: the French Protectorate and the Dhammakay, 1885-1945", in History, Buddhism and New Religious Movements in Cambodia, eds. John Marston and Elizabeth Guthrie. Honolulu: University of Hawaii’i Press, 2004. 63-85.
13. "Relocating the Interlocutor: Taw Sein Ko (1864-1930) and the Itinerancy of Knowledge in British Burma", South East Asia Research Vol. 12 No. 3 November (2004) : 277-335.
14. " Taj Angkor: Enshrining l’Inde in le Cambodge", in France and ‘Indochina’: Cultural Representations ed. Kathryn Robson and Jennifer Yee. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005 : 13-27.
15. " Outside In: Sino-Burmese Encounters ", in China Inside Out: Contemporary Chinese Nationalism and Transnationalism. Eds. P. Nyírí and J. Breidenback Ed. Budapest and New York: Central European University : 205-237.
16. (Sous la direction de Penny Edwards), The Buddhist Institute: A Short History/Provatasaa sangkaep niy vicisthaan preahputsasanna bundit 1921-2005. 2005. 132 p. (Traduit du khmer en anglais par P. Edwards).
17. " Grounds for Protest: Placing Shwedagon Pagoda in Colonial and Postcolonial History ", Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (2006) 197-211.
18. " The Tyranny of Proximity : Power and Mobility in Colonial Cambodia, 1863-1954 ", Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 37(3), october 2006 : 421-443.
19. Editeur, avec Michel Antelme, de Siksācakr 8-9, numéro spécial sur le bouddhisme, 2006-2007, 293 p.
· " Subscripts: Reading Cambodian Pasts, Presents and Futures through Graffiti ", in Expressions of Cambodia: the Politics of Tradition, Modernity and Change, eds. Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier and Tim Winter. London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon (Oct. 2006).
· "Struggling with History: Gandhiji in Burma, and Burma in Gandhiji ", in Gandhi, Modernity and Non-Violence. Debjani Ganguly and John Docker (eds.). Calcutta: Orient Longman.
· "Between a Song and a Priy: Tracking Cambodian histories and cosmologies through the forest", in At the Edge of the Forest: Essays in Honor of David Chandler. Anne Hansen and Judy Ledgerwood (eds.)
· "A Moral Geology of the Present: Structuring Merit, Menace and Power in Contemporary Cambodia", in Reconfiguring Religion, Power and Moral Order in Cambodia. Alix Kent and David Chandler (eds.), Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press.
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