Chinese Cambodian Memory Work: Racial Terror and the Spaces of Haunting and Silence
- Author(s): Tea, Angela
- Advisor(s): Nguyen-vo, Thu-huong
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This thesis explores the terror and horror produced in the reification of ethnic classification and racial categorization of Chinese in Cambodia and its hauntings through memory works. This research relies on the memoirs of Luong Ung-Lai and Loung Ung and a performance piece by Jolie Chea. These cultural productions engages in the hauntings of memory and takes into consideration spaces of silence.