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2006 (depuis) : Maître de conférences (assistant professor), Université de Californie (Berkeley), Department of South and Southeast Asia.
2006 : Project Director, Initiating Urban Studies in Cambodia, Centre for Khmer Studies/New School University, Phnom Penh
2006 : Advisor, Ethnic Identities in Contemporary Cambodia, Centre for Advanced Studies, Phnom Penh
2005 : Visiting Scholar, Centre for Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh
2005-2006 : Academic Advisor, Centre for Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh
2004- 2005 : Research Advisor, Vice President, Research Committee, Buddhist Institute, Phnom Penh.
2004 -2006 : Director, Buddhist Institute History Project , Phnom Penh.                      
2002-2006 : Research Fellow, Centre for Cross Cultural Research, Australian National University, Canberra.
2002 (Feb-May) : Harold White Fellow, National Library of Australia
2000-2002 : Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Cross Cultural Research, Australian National University, Canberra.
1995 : Head, Chinese Research Unit, Interdisciplinary Research Project on Ethnic Groups, Centre for Advanced Study, Cambodia.
1992-1993 : Research and Analysis Officer, Information and Education Division, United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia .
1991 : Chinese Language Lecturer (Part Time), Oxford University.

Parcours universitaire

Thèse soutenue:  “Cambodge: The Cultivation of a Nation, 1860-1945”, juin 1999, Monash University, Australia, 431 p.
Mémoire de maîtrise en relations internationales:  “China and the Communist Party of Kampuchea, 1970-1982”   (M.Phil., International Relations), Oxford University, St. Antony’s College, 1992.  
Diplôme supérieur (B.A. Hons) de Chinois, SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies, London University), 1985.  Class I, Chinese Book Prize.
Diplôme final en Chinois, (mention très bien) l’Institut de Linguistes, Londres, 1987.



1. (avec Chan Sambath), "Ethnic Chinese in Cambodia",  in W. Collins (Ed.) Ethnic Groups in Cambodia.  Phnom Penh: Center for Advanced Study, Monograph : 109-175.

2.  "Imaging the other in Cambodian nationalist discourse before and during the UNTAC period ",in Propaganda, Politics and Violence in Cambodia. Eds. Stephen Heder and Judy Ledgerwood.  Armonk NY: M.E. Sharpe :  50-72.  


3. " Womanizing Indochina: Fiction, Nation and Cohabitation in Colonial Cambodia, 1890-1930 ",in Domesticating the Empire: Race, Gender and Family Life  in French and Dutch Colonialism eds. Julia Clancy-Smith and Frances Gouda.  Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press : 108-130.


4. " Restyling Colonial Cambodia (1860-1954): French Dressing, Indigenous Custom and NationalCostume", in Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2001: 1-28.  (To be anthologized in French Colonial Indochina: A Reader. Ed. Eric Jennings. University of Nebraska Press).


5. " Propa-Gender: Marianne, Joan of Arc and the Export of French Gender Ideology to Cambodia ", in Promoting the Colonial Idea: Propaganda and Visions of Empire in France. Eds. Tony Chafer and Amanda Sackur.  Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave :  116-132.

6. "Half-Cast: Staging Race in British Burma",  Journal of Postcolonial Studies Vol. 5, 3  (2002): 279-293.

7. “Time travels: locating xinyimin (new migrants) in Sino-Cambodian histories", in Globalizing Chinese Migration: Trends in Europe and Asia. Eds.  Pal Nyírí and Igor Saveliev.  Burlington, UK: Ashgate Press :  254 - 290.

8. (Sous la direction de Shen Yuan-fang & Penny Edwards), Beyond China: Migrating Identities. Canberra: Centre for the Study of Chinese Southern Diaspora, Australian National University.  2002. 108 p.


9. "On home ground: Settling Land and Domesticating Difference in the ‘non-settler’ colonies of Burma and Cambodia",  Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, Volume 3, No. 4 (2003).

10. (Sous la direction de Shen Yuan-fang & Penny Edwards), Lost in the Whitewash: Aboriginal-Asian Encounters in Australia, 1901-2001. Canberra: Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University. 2003.  167 pp.


11. " Mixed Metaphors: The Transcolonial Trope of the ‘Half-Caste Woman ",  Balayi: Culture, Law and Colonialism  Volume 3, No. 6 (2004): 41-61. 

12. " Making a Religion of the Nation, and its Language: the French Protectorate and the Dhammakay, 1885-1945",  in History, Buddhism and New Religious Movements in Cambodia     eds. John Marston and Elizabeth Guthrie.  Honolulu: University of Hawaii’i Press, 2004.  63-85.

13. "Relocating the Interlocutor: Taw Sein Ko (1864-1930) and the Itinerancy of Knowledge in British Burma",South East Asia Research  Vol. 12  No. 3   November (2004) :  277-335.


14. " Taj Angkor: Enshrining l’Inde in le Cambodge", in France and ‘Indochina’: Cultural Representations ed. Kathryn Robson and Jennifer Yee.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005.   13-27.

15. " Outside In: Sino-Burmese Encounters ", in China Inside Out: Contemporary Chinese Nationalism and Transnationalism. Eds. P. Nyírí and J. Breidenback Ed.  Budapest and New York: Central European University : 205-237.

16. (Sous la direction de Penny Edwards), The Buddhist Institute: A Short History/Provatasaa sangkaep niy vicisthaan preahputsasanna bundit 1921-20052005.  132 pp. [Traduit du khmer en anglais par P. Edwards).


17. " Grounds for Protest: Placing Shwedagon Pagoda in Colonial and Postcolonial History ",  Journal of Postcolonial Studies,  Vol. 9, No. 2 (2006) 197-211.

18. " The Tyranny of Proximity : Power and Mobility in Colonial Cambodia, 1863-1954 ",  Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 37(3), october 2006 : 421-443.

19. Editeur, avec Michel Antelme, de Siksācakr 8-9, numéro spécial sur le bouddhisme, 2006-2007, 293 p.

Sous presse

 · " Subscripts: Reading Cambodian Pasts, Presents and Futures through Graffiti ", in Expressions of Cambodia: the Politics of Tradition, Modernity and Change, eds. Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier and Tim Winter. London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon  (Oct. 2006).

A paraître

 ·  "Struggling with History: Gandhiji in Burma, and Burma in Gandhiji ", in Gandhi, Modernity and Non-Violence eds. Debjani Ganguly and John Docker.  Calcutta: Orient Longman.    
·  "Between a Song and a Priy: Tracking Cambodian histories and cosmologies through the forest", in At the Edge of the Forest: Essays in Honor of David Chandler eds. Anne Hansen and Judy Ledgerwood.

· "A Moral Geology of the Present: Structuring Merit, Menace and Power in Contemporary Cambodia", in Reconfiguring Religion, Power and Moral Order in Cambodia eds. Alix Kent and David Chandler, Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press. 


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