Upcoming Rutgers lecture

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Upcoming Rutgers lecture

For those of you in the New Jersey area, I will be giving a lecture at Rutgers University, Newark on Thursday about the Khmer Rouge tribunal. The event is part of a speaker series hosted by the university's Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights. You can find information about the talk here.

I believe most of the students who will be attending are enrolled in a seminar that examines the role of perpetrators in genocidal violence. Part of their course involves studying Comrade Duch. I will be interested to hear their thoughts and questions and will post any interesting insights that come out of the lecture. 

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