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The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Where Justice Happens

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Where Justice Happens

By Katie Conlon ’16, Elizabeth Cychosz ’15, Danielle Fultz ’14, Samantha Rommel ’15, Bekki Wyss ’16 Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia Because all of our projects relate in some way to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, or the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC for short), we have been looking forward to […]

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August 27, 2014 at 5:58 pmNews

I Miss You Already, Cambodia

I Miss You Already, Cambodia

By Elizabeth Cychosz ’16 Studying Anthropology, Journalism (HTC), and Museum Studies Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia It’s one week after waving goodbye to Cambodia from a tiny airplane window, and I can finally take myself off my antimalarial medication. Sounds trivial, yes, but today has been a day of reflection. […]

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July 23, 2014 at 11:15 amNews

Looking for the Early Moon in Cambodia

Looking for the Early Moon in Cambodia

By Katie Conlon ’17 History HTC and Law, Justice &  Culture Research Externship in Cambodia After my first experience working with the Siem Reap Muslim Community Development Organization (SRMCDO), I returned to Phnom Penh to resume research there. After only a few days, I found myself missing the friends I […]

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July 15, 2014 at 12:09 pmNews

Zakić Completes Volkswagen Fellowship at Freiburg Institute

Zakić Completes Volkswagen Fellowship at Freiburg Institute

Dr. Mirna Zakić, Assistant Professor of History, completed a postdoctoral fellowship from the Volkswagen Foundation during 2013-14 in residence at Germany’s Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies. Her current research focuses on ethnic German communities in Southeast Europe, the transnational spread of National Socialist ideology, and the interplay of ideology and […]

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June 24, 2014 at 11:39 amResearch

College Remembers Tomoyasu Tanaka, Physics Professor and Founder of Chubu Exchange

College Remembers Tomoyasu Tanaka, Physics Professor and Founder of Chubu Exchange

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Dr. Tomoyasu Tanaka, age 94, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Ohio University, passed away in May in his native Japan. He was a highly respected theoretical physicist, loving parent to five children, husband, and son. “Professor Tanaka was a wonderful colleague. He was interesting […]

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June 24, 2014 at 7:00 amNews

Maxwell Headed to Greece & Turkey with Smithsonian Journey

Maxwell Headed to Greece & Turkey with Smithsonian Journey

Dr. Jaclyn Maxwell, Associate Professor of History with a joint appointment in Classics & World Religions, will provide historical commentary as a study leader for a Smithsonian Journey cruise to the ancient windswept islands of Greece and the fabled coast of Turkey in September. Participants will visit “some of the […]

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June 23, 2014 at 1:19 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Ruins Now; Khmer Empire Ruled Southeast Asia for Centuries

The stairs to the third level of Angkor Wat are almost impossibly steep!

By OHIO Center for Law, Justice & Culture in Cambodia Last week we had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the Angkor Archaeological Park, comprised of the more than 40 temples and ruins that once made up the capital cities of the Khmer Empire. From the 9th to 15th centuries, this empire […]

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June 19, 2014 at 9:32 amNews