Article(s) étiqueté(s) ‘Cambodge’

Bourses d'études et recrutements
Août
06

2 bourses de maîtrise villes Asie du Sud-Est / 2 Master positions Southeast Asian Cities

Offre de financement de 2 étudiant.e.s de maîtrise en géographie, Département de géographie, Université de Montréal, Canada (date limite de candidature : 15 novembre 2017).

Thème de la recherche : « Immobilier et dynamiques urbaines en Asie du Sud-Est : approches critiques »

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Colloques et séminaires
Mar
25

La mémoire des corps: Conséquences sanitaires du régime khmer rouge – Conférences « Temps, Espace, Mémoire » IRASEC, Phnom Penh, 4 avril 2017

Les rations alimentaires distribuées durant le régime khmer rouge aux groupes de population déportés étaient insuffisantes au vu des dépenses physiques liées au travail forcé et ont conduit à une malnutrition généralisée. L’invasion vietnamienne qui a chassé les KR du pouvoir a aussi perturbé la récolte et, avec des stocks de nourriture réduits, une famine s’en est suivie. Les preuves les plus flagrantes de ces effets de la malnutrition ont été réunies à propos des famines en Europe aux 19e et 20e siècles. Toutefois, le Cambodge présente un cas très différent de celui des pays européens.

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Bourses d'études et recrutements
Mar
25

Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program Siem Reap, Cambodia, deadline 26 March 2017

Introduction

The Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), the American Research Center in Cambodia, is offering 5 American, 5 Cambodian and 5 French undergraduate students an exciting opportunity to join a 6 weeks (from Saturday July 01st, 2017 to Thursday August 10th, 2017) Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program in Cambodia.

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Colloques et séminaires
Mar
10

George Cœdès, la vie méconnue d’un découvreur de royaumes oubliés, AEFEK, 29 Mars 2017

L’Association d’Echanges et de Formation pour les Etudes Khmères (http://aefek.free.fr) présente : 
« George Cœdès, la vie méconnue d’un découvreur de royaumes oubliés » 

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Colloques et séminaires
Mar
07

« Langues, histoire et sources textuelles du Cambodge ancien et moderne », INALCO, 10 mars 2017

Langue, histoire et sources textuelles du Cambodge ancien et moderne
 
Éric Bourdonneau, maître de conférences à l’EFEO
Grégory Mikaelian, chargé de recherches au CNRS
Joseph Thach, maître de conférences à l’INALCO

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Colloques et séminaires
Fév
23

From Dept Bonded Slaves to Vagrants: Poor Cambodian Farmers under French Rule, SOAS seminar, 28 February 2017

Dr Mathieu Guérin (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales)

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Bourses d'études et recrutements
Fév
06

Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program, Center for Khmer Studies, 26th March 2017

Introduction

The Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), the American Research Center in Cambodia, is offering 5 American, 5 Cambodian and 5 French undergraduate students an exciting opportunity to join a 6 weeks (from Saturday July 01st, 2017 to Thursday August 10th, 2017) Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program in Cambodia. The program provides a unique experience allowing students to live and study alongside others from different backgrounds and cultures while learning about the history and society of today’s Cambodia. During their residency students will be based at the CKS campus in Siem Reap, which is situated in the beautiful grounds of Wat Damnak, one of the town’s largest Buddhist pagodas, only minutes away from the famous Angkor World Heritage Site with its enigmatic temples. It has a full range of study and research facilities, including the largest publicly accessible research library outside of Phnom Penh with over 12,000 books, journals and other reading materials in English French and Khmer, study carrels for up to twenty fellows, a spacious seminar room and conference hall. Resident fellows will also spend time studying in Cambodia’s capital city Phnom Penh.

What to Expect?

CKS has been running a Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Programs in Cambodia since 2004. The program is intended for those individuals who have a genuine interest in Cambodia and Southeast Asia, and who may be considering graduate studies or careers in the region. With this in mind the focus is on striking a balance between academic rigor and extra curricula activities and field visits designed to give students a better understanding of contemporary Cambodian society. Cambodian history and culture cannot be fully understood without considering the influence of powerful regional neighbours such and Thailand, Vietnam and China, and international powers, like France, the United States, and more recently the United Nations. The program, therefore, will also focus on Cambodia’s past and present relationships with its neighbours and its place within the region.

How is the Program Structured?

The program is led by a qualified instructor who has extensive teaching and research experience in Cambodian and Southeast Asian Studies. It is structured around interactive classroom sessions from Monday-Friday (2 hours in length) held in the CKS conference and seminar facilities in Siem Reap, and classroom in Phnom Penh. Select field trips will include visits to historical and cultural sites in and around Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, and interactions with national and international NGOs. Classroom sessions will begin by briefly covering Cambodia’s ancient past before examining major social, political, economic and cultural change since the country gained independence from France in the early 1950s. Particular attention will be paid to how Cambodia has come to terms with the horrors of its more recent past after the Khmer Rouge, and the ways it is re-engaging with regional and international communities. Outside of the classroom, in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh fellows will have the opportunity to go on field trips and interact with organizations working in the areas of development, education, democracy promotion, human rights and journalism. Total contact time is 45 hours; this does not include time spent on field trips.

Language

The language of instruction is English. All fellows are expected to have sufficient English language skills to be able to participate in classroom discussions. The American and French fellows will also receive instruction in the Khmer Language, and the Cambodian fellows will be required, if necessary, to attend English language reading writing and speaking skills seminars.

Program Requirements

Fellows are required to attend all classes, including language, all field trips and participate in classroom discussions. They will also work on a small project (10 – 15 pages) on a related topic of their choice, which they will present at the end of the program (15 mins max). This could be from the fields of archaeology, anthropology, economics, linguistics, politics, art history or sociology.

Application and Eligibility and Requirements:

Candidates must be registered as undergraduate students at the time of application and must hold United States, French or Cambodian citizenship (Cambodian applicants see below). Graduating seniors are eligible. US and French applicants should provide the following, preferably electronically:

  1. Application form: US Applications Download French Applications Download
  2. A two page statement outlining why they want to join the program, how they think the program will help them in their future careers, as well as a summary of their topic of interest to be presented at the end of the course.
  3. Scanned university transcripts with cumulative GPA (scale 1- 4) (Because of limited internet service please ensure your transcripts are sent using the smallest files available).
  4. Two (2) recommendations from professors (these can be submitted electronically directly from professor from university/professional email address)

Costs

CKS covers the costs of tuition, accommodation (bed and breakfast), local transportation whilst taking part in program activities, books and study materials, and some field trip expenses such as entrance fees to historical and cultural sites. CKS has also made available small program grants, worth up to $800, to help with international air fares, visas, and medical insurance. All other living and personal expenses will be incurred by the individual fellows. For further information or to submit an application, please email The Center for Khmer Studies Summer Fellowship Program, Tith Srey Pich, at juniorfellowships@khmerstudies.org or write to PO Box 9380 – Wat Damnak Siem Reap, Cambodia. For Frequently asked questions on the Summer Junior Fellowship Program CLICK HERE

Colloques et séminaires
Jan
08

« Paysages et croyances au Cambodge Paysages de la violence, de l’enchantement et du changement social sur les hautes terres du Cambodge « , conference du Institut Francais et IRASEC, 17 janvier

Paysages et croyances au Cambodge: paysages de la violence, de l’enchantement et du changement social sur les hautes terres du Cambodge, conference du Institut Francais et IRASEC, 17 janvier

Landscapes and Beliefs in Cambodia: landscapes of violence, enchantment and social change in Cambodia’s highlands

Mardi 17 janvier à 18h30

Tuesday 17 January at 6.30pm

Intervenants:
Eve Zucker, anthropologue, affiliée au Council on Southeast Asian Studies de l’Université de Yale

Speakers:
Eve Zucker, Anthropologist, Council on Southeast Asian Studies, University of Yale

Quelle est la relation entre le paysage, le temps et l’imagination ? De quelle façon le paysage peut-il porter en lui des significations stables sur la longue durée et, en même temps, parler du changement social ? Le paysage et les histoires qui lui sont associées ne sont donc pas fixés une fois pour toute mais sont au contraire sujets de discussions contradictoires selon l’histoire personnelle, la mémoire, la situation et les projets de vie des conteurs. Cette conférence montrera que la relation dynamique entre les paysages et les contes moraux aide les Cambodgiens à guérir du récent passé de brutalité vécu sous le régime khmer rouge.

http://institutfrancais-cambodge.com/conference-paysages-et-croyances-au-cambodge/
Thèses
Mar
30

Soutenance de thèse de Lucie Labbé – mercredi 6 avril 2016 à EHESS, au Centre Asie du Sud-Est, salle 638, 190 av. de France – 75013 Paris

Lucie Labbé soutiendra sa thèse de doctorat en ethnologie – anthropologie sociale le mercredi 6 avril 2016 à Paris. La thèse, préparée à l’EHESS sous la direction de Mme Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière, s’intitule : (suite…)

Evénements culturels
Fév
16

My Mother and I de Chankethya Chey du 17 au 20 février

Elle s’en vient du Cambodge avec ses gestes et ses mots puisés au cœur du quotidien et du passé de l’enfance. Puis surgissent d’autres mots d’une autre langue, d’autres gestes, d’autres codes, d’autres langages, d’autres rythmes, d’autres musiques, tous témoins d’un parcours, rapportés de Brisbane, de Hong Kong ou de New Delhi, de Los Angeles, de Zurich ou de Cambridge.

Dans l’épure d’un décor qui se joue de la clarté des couleurs, Chankethya Chey est seule en scène mais sa mère et sa professeur de danse n’en sont pas moins présentes, figures tutélaires d’un passé, d’un ailleurs. Elle danse et s’interroge sur l’identité du geste, sur l’héritage et la contrainte, la dette et la transmission, la solitude de l’artiste.

Passage du temps et des géographies, du bleu à l’ocre, du geste codé à la liberté improvisée, l’apsara se défait de sa chrysalide et du geste classique. Sans oubli, elle emprunte les chemins du monde dans l’esquisse d’une danse métisse.

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Site Web de l'Association française pour la recherche sur l'Asie du Sud-Est: Afrase