Cambodian Recent History and Contemporary Society: An Introductory Course
Dr. Judy Ledgerwood
Department of Anthropology and Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Northern Illinois University
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Table of Contents
Essay I - Cambodia since April 1975
Democratic Kampuchea (1975-1979)
The Peoples Republic of Kampuchea (1979-1989)
The State of Cambodia (1989-1993)
The United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (1992-93)
The Royal Government of Cambodia (1993-2002)
Understanding Cambodia: Social Hierarchy and Patron-Client Relationships
Democratic Kampuchea: Hierarchy/Egalitarianism and Pol Pot
The UN Sponsored Elections of 1993: Were they free and fair?
The July 5-6, 1997 "events": When is a coup not a coup?
Complete List of Course Review Questions
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