Cambodian Genocide Memory Project

A collaboration between the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights and the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam), this project explores both the origins and dynamics of the Cambodian genocide as well as the ways in which Cambodians have remembered, coped with, and sought truth, justice, and reconciliation after the Khmer Rouge atrocities. This initiative has a number of dimensions, including student and faculty research project, the DC-Cam’s Public Information Room at Rutgers-Newark, a major archive of documents and digital images related to the Cambodian genocide, student and faculty exchanges, film screenings, lectures and symposia, internships, and exhibitions.

Events

April 18, 2017
6-9pm
Film Screening / Q&A 
Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll
John Pirozzi, Director
Dana Room
4th Floor, Dana Library

Past Events