The Justice Facade Trials of Transition in Cambodia

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2018-05-22
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Alexander Hinton, Professor of Anthropology, Rutgers University

Alexander Hinton is Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, Professor of Anthropology, and UNESCO Chair on Genocide Prevention at Rutgers University. The American Anthropological Association selected Hinton as the recipient of the Robert B. Textor and Family Prize for Excellence in Anticipatory Anthropology. Hinton was listed as one of 'Fifty Key Thinkers on the Holocaust and Genocide' and is a past President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars. Hinton has received fellowships from a range of institutions and was a Member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. Most recently Hinton was a convener of the international "Rethinking Peace Studies" initiative and served as an expert witness at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Table of Contents

I - Vortices
Preamble: Discourse, Time, and Space
1. Progression (Cambodia's Three Transitions)
2. Time (The Khmer Institute of Democracy)
3. Space (Centre for Social Development and the Public Sphere)
II - Turbulence
Preamble: Re/enactment
4. Aesthetics (Theary Seng, Vann Nath, and Victim Participation)
5. Performance (Reach Sambath, Public Affairs, and "Justice Trouble")
6. Discipline (Uncle Meng and the Trials of the Foreign)
III - Eddies
Preamble: Breaking the Silence
7. Subjectivity (DC-Cam and the ECCC Outreach Tour)
8. Normativity (Civil Party Testimony)
9. Disposition (Youk Chhang, Documenter and Survivor)
Conclusion: Justice in Translation

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