My area of focus is twentieth century Cambodian Gender and Women's History. In particular, I am interested in the gendered process of urbanization and modernization in the postcolonial cold war era. Other areas of interest include gender and sexuality, print media, education, colonialism, modernity, and nation-building. In my dissertation, I will be using gender, feminist, archival, and oral history methods.
- Southeast Asia History; minor in Gender and Women's History
- "Are Women Becoming Like Men? Khmer Gender Discourse in A Global Context"
Working Dissertation Title:
- "Pages of Style, Associations of Benevolence: Class and Gender in Postcolonial Cambodia"
- BA with Honors: Loyola University Maryland
Courses Taught as TA:
- History 319 - Vietnam Wars