"Cambodian Culture Since 1975 is a significant and much-needed contribution to. . . a rekindling of interest in Khmer studies. For Khmer specialists, Southeast Asian studies scholars and generalists, this highly readable, sensitively written collection of essays is indispensable. . . This book has a wealth of ethnographic information and analysis to offer those interested in Khmer studies and those looking for comparative material on diasporic and holocaust experiences, as well as scholars with
an interest in Southeast Asian culture. . . For any discussion of Cambodia's attempts to come to grips wth its past and look into the future, this book is a valuable and empathetic repository of information that will serve as a model for future work."—Bonnie Brereton, Khosana. Summer, 1999.
Title Cambodian Culture since 1975
Subtitle Homeland and Exile
Edited by May M. Ebihara, Judy Ledgerwood, Carol A. Mortland