The Killing of Cambodia: Geography, Genocide and the Unmaking of Space

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - Science - 209 pages
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The aim of this book is to uncover those discourses - those spatial representations - that promote, facilitate, justify and legitimate, the sanctioned killing of people in Cambodia. It analyses how certain representations underlie the production of knowledge and identities and how these representations make various courses of action possible.
 

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Contents

Irruptions and Disruptions
17
The Improbable Revolution
55
The UnMaking of Space
85
The Placelessness of Democratic Kampuchea
121
The Political and the Subject
145
A Political Understanding of Genocide and Justice
169
Bibliography
195
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James Tyner is Professor of Geography at Kent State University, USA.

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