Crédit photo : National Cambodian Heritage Museum & Killing Fields Memorial, US / A Memory and Migrations installation in Long Beach, CA
[IRASEC conference series]
Organized by Anne Yvonne Guillou, Anthropologist at CNRS / IRASEC
Folk memory is the sum of representations of memorable past events that members of any given community build together – often without even realizing it – and then pass down from generation to generation. Folk memory in Cambodia is closely tied to the land and the numerous cults Cambodians associate with it.
with Anne Yvonne Guillou, Anthropologist, Researcher at CNRS / IRASEC
Tuesday 6 June at 6:30pm
Conference in French, translated in Khmer and English
Free entry subject to availability