Khamboly Dy

 

Khamboly Dy
Doctoral Candidate, Division of Global Affairs 

 

Kok-Thay, PhD CandidateKhamboly Dy has worked for the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) for four years where he coordinated the Genocide Education Project. He is the author of the first book for high school students in Cambodia about the Cambodian genocide entitled A History of Democratic Kampuchea. His work on this book was acknowledged by both national and international media, including the National Public Radio (NPR) which can be reached through this link . Mr. Dy holds a bachelor degree of arts in English from the Royal University of Phnom Penh and a bachelor degree of Business Administration from Cambodia’s National Institute of Management. He audited courses on genocide studies at Concordia University in Canada, and served as an intern at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Voice of America (VOA) in Washington, DC. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the Division of Global Affairs at Rutgers, Newark.