Contemporary Cambodia: Labor, Development, and Society
Journey to Cambodia during winter session.
This course is a two-to-three week immersive experience in Cambodia during the winter session. Students join a faculty member and TA in Cambodia to receive a hands on, in-country instruction. The enrollment capacity is 10 to 12 Cornell students. Dates and course content are subject to change depending on which faculty member will lead the course—stay tuned!
Previous courses have included:
- "Contemporary Cambodia: Labor, Development, and Society," taught by Sarosh Kuruvilla (industrial and labor relations).
- "Performing Angkor: Dance, Silk, and Stone," taught by Kaja McGowan (art history).
- "Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience," taught by Andrew Mertha (government).
Stay tuned for the announcement of this year's course!
The deadline has passed for this year.
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