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Ms. Tara Tran

Today, Phnom Penh is one of the fastest-growing cities in Southeast Asia, but there are concerns about equitable life in the city, for women and other marginalized groups. Historical inquiry on the…

Posted on: 25-November-2019

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Dr. Mary Ellen Lane, President and former Chair of CKS, died on November 3, 2019, after a brave fight with cancer. The Center for Khmer Studies would not be here today were it not for Mary Ellen, who recognized…

Posted on: 25-November-2019

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#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving, inspiring people and communities around the globe to give to causes and issues that matter to them. CKS is proud to participate…

Posted on: 19-November-2019

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The Center of Khmer Studies announces with deep regret the passing of its distinguished board member, The Honourable Dr. Benny Widyono, on March 17, 2019, in his sleep, surrounded by his family, in Stamford, CT. Born an Indonesian of…

Posted on: 30-March-2019

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With its mission to promote research, teaching and public service in the social sciences and humanities, the CKS seeks to publish and translate key academic materials into the Khmer language while working to build capacity and to strengthen the…

Posted on: 21-August-2015

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Nicky McGavin, Travelfish.org: Wat Damnak was a royal palace during the reign of King Sisowath, which explains the name, as “dam nak” is Khmer for palace. Today it is a functioning pagoda, and home to a school, two charities and a…

Posted on: 21-August-2015

Translation capacity
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Translation Capacity Building

With its mission to promote research, teaching and public service in the social sciences and humanities, the CKS seeks to publish and translate key academic materials into the Khmer language

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Wat Damnak

Nicky McGavin, Travelfish.org: Wat Damnak was a royal palace during the reign of King Sisowath, which explains the name, as “dam nak” is Khmer for palace. Today it is a functioning pagoda,

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