The Center for Khmer Studies is a non-governmental institution supported by international foundations, educational institutions, scholars, the US Department of Education, and interested individuals and philanthropists from the US, France, and Cambodia.
CKS is a non-governmental institution supported by international foundations, educational institutions, scholars, the US department of education, and interested individuals and philanthropists from the US, France, and Cambodia.
The Zoryan Institute is pleased to announce an upcoming Zoom webinar workshop on writing for academic journals, taking place on January 19th, 3-4 pm, EST.
Abstract The Kulen plateau is simultaneously a sacred landscape, an archaeologically important site, a national park, and a place where mountain residents have lived and
By: Jeffrey Dyer Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Boston University, Boston, MA 02215, USA Published by: Religions 11(11) DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/rel11110625 Brief Introduction This article illustrates
By: Esther Schuch, Simone Dirks, Tum Nhim, Andries Richter Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 90, February 2021, 101642 Published by Elsevier (Open Access) DOI:
Abstract Despite a shared aim of improving women’s health, international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs) from the U.S. and Japan implement very different programs in Cambodia. Japanese
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