Interviews conducted in Cambodia
(includes testimonies in the process of being integrated into the Visual History Archive)
- 2015: Peg Levine, 2014-2015 Center Fellow of the USC Shoah Foundation Center for Advanced Genocide Research, gave a lecture on “ritualcide” during the Cambodian Genocide.
- Kosal Path, Center for Khmer Studies, Cambodia was Senior Fellow Spring 2012. He examined the social adaptation of former Khmer Rouge cadres who were involved directly or indirectly in the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia from 1975 through 1979.
- 2009/2010/2011: Problems Without Passports: Conflict Resolution and Peace Research.
- 2014: Cambodian survivor Sara Pol-Lim participated in a roundtable discussion “Women of the Holocaust, Cambodia and Rwanda: Three Survivors in Conversation” at USC
Additional work in Cambodia
- 2017: The Institute's 5 testimonies of Cambodian Genocide survivors, recorded in Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., in 2009, 2011 and 2015, are integrated into the Visual History Archive.
Witnesses for Humanity Collection
- 2009: In spring, the Institute welcomed three staff members from the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam) who participated in a three-month internship program to support DC-Cam’s ongoing effort to collect testimony from survivors of the genocide perpetrated in Cambodia by the Khmer Rouge regime. Three pilot interviews were conducted during the program: two with survivors currently residing in Los Angeles and one – in Cambodia.