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Duong Keo 
Doctoral Candidate
Institute of Political Science
Email: duong.keo@unibw.de
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Twitter: @Duongkeo55
 
Duong Keo is a Ph.D. candidate at Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany and he is also a history lecturer at the Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He obtained his BA in History and MA in Southeast Asian Studies. He has been engaging in developing educational tools, doing research on Cambodian violence past and post-conflict Cambodia, nationalism, and ethnic conflict. He published a book entitled, “Khmer Rouge Nationalism and Mass Killing: Perceptions of the Vietnamese”. Now, he is now doing his Ph.D. research on "Competing Popular Historical Narratives about the Vietnamese in Cambodia from the Pre-Colonial Period to the present" under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Timothy Williams, and receives his Ph.D. research funding from the Gerda Henkel Foundation. 
 
Research Interests:
  • ​Cambodian Historiography
  • Nationalism and Mass Atrocity  
  • Politics of Memory of Post-violent societies
  • Oral History
 
Affiliations: A lecturer at History Department, Royal Univeristy of Phnom Penh (http://www.rupp.edu.kh), and a Co-Investigator for an academic network, The Education, Justice and Memory network (EdJAM) (https://edjam.network/)
 
Publications:
 
Duong Keo. Khmer Rouge Nationalism and Mass Killing: Perceptions of the Vietnamese (Bangkok: Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 2018)
Theara Thun & Duong Keo, ‘Ethnic Vietnamese and the Khmer Rouge: the genocide and race debate, Critical Asian Studies, 2021, DOI: 10.1080/14672715.2021.1894959
Julia Paulson, Nelson Abiti, Duong Keo, Julian Bermeo Osorio, Carlos Arturo Charria Hernández, Peter Manning, Lizzi O. Milligan, …& Kelsey Shanks, Education as site of memory: developing a research agenda, International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2020, DOI: 10.1080/09620214.2020.1743198
Peter Manning, Duong Keo & Daniel Kilburn, ‘Faith in forgiveness? Exploring conversions to Christianity within a former Khmer Rouge community’, Critical Asian Studies, 2018, 51(5): 51-74.
Duong Keo, Khamboly Dy, Theara Thun & Anne Laure Porée, App-learning on Khmer Rouge History (innovative multi-media history application), designed and implemented by Bophana Audiovisual Resources Center, 2017.
Duong Keo & Rattanak Ly, Research Report on: Reflections on the River: Khmer Perception of Ethnic Vietnamese in Bralai Meas before the Khmer Rouge Regime, Phnom Penh: Kdei Karuna, 2015.