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Cornell-Winter: Cornell in Cambodia, Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience (GOVT 3434)
Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Siem Reap, Cambodia (Outgoing Program)
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Cornell in Cambodia with Professor Andrew Mertha
GOVT 3434 (3 credits) - Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience
This course examines the relationship between China Cambodia, going back a thousand years, but focusing primarily on two countries' differing experiences with colonialism, the Cold War, and the politics of the present day. It also traces the bilateral relationship between China and Cambodia, paying special attention on the Khmer Rouge era (1975-1979). The course assumes no prior knowledge of China or Cambodia, although it would be a good idea for students to do some reading in advance of the class. We will combine lectures, discussions and field research, culminating with a final exam at the end of the course. Most of the lectures and discussions will take place at Wat Damnak in Siem Reap, with field trips to Angkor, Phnom Penh, Phnom Kulen, Anlong Veng, and Kampong Chhnang.
Please note: Khmer 1100 is required to participate in this experience.
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