Through his students and his writings, Benedict Anderson left a prodigious legacy for Southeast Asian studies.
Youk Chhang has become an éminence grise of the Cambodian ‘genocide.’
Established in Chiang Mai in 1989, publisher Silkworm now boasts more than 200 titles.
‘The story I wish to tell is [my mother’s],’ wrote Duras in the 1940s, ‘that astonishing mystery, never fathomed …’
At 3.30am, Victor Koppe, international defence counsel for the ideological mastermind of the Khmer Rouge, emerges from behind the iron gates of his house.
‘The wrecking ball has claimed relics from the days of Angkor and the French colonial era alike’ – Steven Boswell talks about his book, King Norodom’s Head.
Robert Carmichael’s first novel, When Clouds Fell from the Sky is the tale of a Cambodian family putting the ghost of their father to rest.
Soth Polin: what happens when muses are shattered and the musicality of Khmer literature is transposed to a new world order?