Literatur zu Kambodscha

Nach dem Einmarsch vietnamesischer Truppen in Kambodscha hat sich kaum jemand für die Aufarbeitung der Verbrechen der Roten Khmer interessiert. Nicht nur China, sondern auch die USA und ihre Verbündeten lehnten den erzwungenen Regimewechsel ab. Erst nach den Friedensverhandlungen Anfang der 1990er Jahre befassten sich mehr und mehr Autoren mit Pol Pots Herrschaftssystem. Heute steht vor allem dessen juristische Aufarbeitung im Mittelpunkt.

Credit: Hubertus Knabe

Literatur zur Aufarbeitung in Kambodscha

Ainley, Kirsten (2013): Transitional Justice in Cambodia. The coincidence of power and principle. In: Renee Jeffery (a cura di): Transitional Justice in the Asia-Pacific. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 125–156.

Arthur, Paige (2009): How "transitions" reshaped human rights. A conceptual history of transitional justice. In: Human Rights Quarterly n. 2, 31, pp. 321–367.

Bates, Alex (2010): Transitional justice in Cambodia. Analytical report. Disponibile online in www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/7421101/transitional-justice-in-cambodia-analytical-report-atlas.

Becker, Elizabeth (1989): Les larmes du Cambodge. Paris: France loisirs.

Becker, Elizabeth (1998): When the war was over. Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge revolution. Rev. and updated ed. New York, NY: PublicAffairs.

Bell, Christine (2009): Transitional Justice, interdisciplinarity and the state of the 'field' or 'non-field'. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice n. 1, 3, pp. 5–27.

Benzaquen, Stéphanie: Witness and re-enacting in Cambodia. Reflection on shifting testimonies. enzaquen (&)PhD Researcher Centre for Historical Culture, Rotterdam. Rotterdam.

Bernath, Julie (2016): 'Complex political victims' in the aftermath of mass atrocity. Reflections on the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice n. 1, 10, pp. 46–66.

Bonacker, Thorsten; Form, Wolfgang; Pfeiffer, Dominik (2011): Transitional justice and victim participation in Cambodia. A wold polity. In: Global Society n. 1, 25, pp. 113–134.

Brunetau, Bernard (1999): Les totalitarismes. Paris: Armand Colin.

Brunetau, Bernard (2004): Le siècle des génocides. Violences, massacres et processus génocidaire de l'Arménie au Rwanda. Paris: Armand Colin.

Buckley-Ziste, Susanne; Kater, Thomas (a cura di) (2011): Nach Krieg, Gewalt und Repression. Vom schwierigen Umgang mit der Vergangenheit. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Buckley-Ziste, Susanne; Oettler, Anika (2011): Was bedeutet: Transitional Justice? In: Susanne Buckley-Ziste e Thomas Kater (a cura di): Nach Krieg, Gewalt und Repression. Vom schwierigen Umgang mit der Vergangenheit. Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 21–37.

Buckley-Ziste, Susanne; Stanley, Ruth (a cura di) (2011): Gender in transitional justice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macimillian.

Bultmann, Daniel (2017): Kambodscha unter den Roten Khmer. Die Erschaffung des perfekten Sozialisten. Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh. Disponibile online in www.hsozkult.de/publicationreview/id/rezbuecher-28322.

Chandler, David P. (1991): The tragedy of Cambodian history. Politics, war and revolution since 1945. New Haven, London: Yale University Press.

Chandler, David P. (2000): Brother number one. A political biography of Pol Pot. Rev. ed. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.

Chandler, David P. (2000): Voices from S-21. Terror and history in Pol Pot's secret prison. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.

Chandler, David P. (2002): Le crime impuni des Khmer Rouges. Paris: Éditions Autrement.

Chandler, David P. (2008): Cambodia deals with its past. Collective memory, demonisation and induced amnesia. In: Totalitarian MOovements & Political Religions n. 2, 9, pp. 355–369.

Chandler, David P.; Kent, Alexandra (a cura di) (2008): People of virtue. Reconfiguring religion, power and moral order in Cambodia today. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Chheng, Niem; Duong, Keo; Putheary, Sin (2011): Behind the darkness. Taking Responsibility Or Acting Under Orders? Phnom Penh.

Chheng, Niem; Duong, Keo; Putheary, Sin (2011): Behind the darkness. Taking responsibility or acting under orders? Phnom Penh: Youth For Peace.

Chigas, George (2000): The politics of defining justice after the Cambodian genocide. In: Journal of Genocide Research n. 2, 2, pp. 245–265.

Ciorciari, John (2009): History and politics behind the Khmer Rouge trials. In: John Ciorciari e Anne Heindel (a cura di): On trial. The Khmer rouge accountability process. Phnom Penh, pp. 33–84.

Ciorciari, John; Heindel, Anne (a cura di) (2009): On trial. The Khmer rouge accountability process. Documentation Center of Cambodia. Phnom Penh.

Ciorciari, John; Heindel, Anne (2014): Hybrid justice. The ECCC. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Dy, Khamboly (2007): A history of Democratic Kampuchea (1975 - 1979). Pravattisāstr Kambujā Prajādhipateyy. Phnom Penh: Documentation Center of Cambodia.

Emde, Sina (2014): Emotion, Erinnerung und Gewalt in Kambodscha. Zwischen staatlicher Politik und lokaler Aufarbeitung. In: Gunter Gebauer e Markus Edler (a cura di): Sprachen der Emotionen. Kultur, Kunst, Gesellschaft. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag, pp. 290–315.

Etcheson, Craig (2005): After the killing fields. Lessons from the Cambodian genocide. Westport: Praeger Publishers.

Follath, Erich (2009): Die Kinder der Killing Fields. Kambodschas Weg vom Terrorland zum Touristenparadies. 2. Aufl. München: Dt. Verl.-Anst.

Forero, Machado; Karlsson Maria, Sandra; Rudi, Lisa-Marie (2013): The victims who are not quite victims enough. How the international criminal court creates divides within victim communities. In: Die Friedens-Warte, Journal of International Peace and Organization n. 3-4, 88, pp. 207–231.

Gebauer, Gunter; Edler, Markus (a cura di) (2014): Sprachen der Emotionen. Kultur, Kunst, Gesellschaft. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag.

Goldston, James: An extraordinary experiment in transitional justice. Open Society Justice Initiative (Justice Initiatives). Disponibile online in www.ivr.uzh.ch/institutsmitglieder/kaufmann/cont/jinitiatives_200604.pdf.

Grabowsky, Volker (2011): "Take the camera in your hands". Eine filmische Annäherung an die Verbrechen der Roten Khmer. In: Zeithistorische Forschung, 8, pp. 141–149. Disponibile online in zeitgeschichte-digital.de/doks/frontdoor/deliver/index/docId/1667/file/ZF_1_2011_141_149_Grabowsky.pdf.

Guillou, Anne Yvonne (2012): An alternative memory of the Khmer Rouge genocide. The dead of the mass graves and the land guardian spirits. In: South East Asia Research n. 2, 20, pp. 207–226.

Hammarberg, Thomas (2001): How the Khmer Rouge Tribunal was agreed. Searching for the truth.

Heintze, Hans-Joachim (2004): Die Verbrechen der Roten Khmer und die Völkermord-Konvention. In: ZfGen Zeitschrift für Genozidforschung n. 2, 5, pp. 114–126.

Hinton, Alexander (1998): A Head for an eye. Revenge in the Cambodian genocide. In: American Ethnologist n. 3, 35.

Hinton, Alexander (2008): Truth, representation and politics of memory after genocide. In: Kent Alexandra e David P. Chandler (a cura di): People of virtue. Reconfiguring religion, power and moral order in Cambodia today. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, pp. 62–81.

Hoven, Elisa (2018): Erinnerung an völkerstrafrechtliche Verbrechen. Die Bedeutung von Gerichtsverfahren für individuelle und kollektive Erinnerungsprozesse am Beispiel Kambodschas. In: Clarissa Blume-Jung e Michels Christoph (a cura di): Erinnerung. Studien zu Konstruktionen, Persistenzen und gesellschaftlichem Wandel. Paderborn: Verlag Ferdinand Schöningh (Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste - Junges Kolleg).

Hummitzsch, Thomas (2008): Das Kambodscha-Tribunal. Späte Gerechtigkeit? In: Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft n. 4, 87-104.

Huyse, Luc (2003): Victims. In: David Bloomfield e Luc Huyse (a cura di): Reconciliation after violent conflict. A handbook. Stockholm: IDEA, pp. 54–66.

I witness (2011): Testimonies by Survivors of the Khmer Rouge. Phnom Penh Cambodia.

Jackson, Karl D. (2014): Cambodia, 1975-1978. Rendezvous with Death. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Disponibile online in gbv.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx.

Jarvis, Helen; Fawthrop, Tom (2004): Getting away with genocide? Elusive justice and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. London: Pluto Press.

Jeffery, Renee (a cura di) (2013): Transitional Justice in the Asia-Pacific. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kane, Solomon (2009): Dictionnaire des Khmer rouges. Paris, Bangkok: Aux lieux d'être.

Kiernan, Ben (1989): The American bombardment of Kampuchea. 1969-1973. In: Vietnam Generation n. 4, 1, pp. 4–41. Disponibile online in digitalcommons.lasalle.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi.

Kiernan, Ben (1996): The Pol Pot regime. Race, power, and genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, 1975-79. New Haven: Yale University Press. Disponibile online in search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx.

Kiernan, Ben (2004): How Pol Pot came to power. Colonialism, nationalism, and communism in Cambodia, 1930-1975. 2nd ed. New Haven, Conn., London: Yale University Press. Disponibile online in www.loc.gov/catdir/description/yale051/2004106436.html.

Killean, Rachel (2015): An incomplete narrative. Prosecuting sexual violence crimes at the ECCC. In: Journal of International Criminal Justice n. 2, 13, pp. 331–352.

Lambourne, Wendy (2009): Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding after Mass Violence. In: Înternational Journal of Transitional Justice n. 1, 3, pp. 28–48.

Lambourne, Wendy (2012): Outreach, inreach and civil society participation in transitional justice. In: Nicola Palmer e Clark, Phil, Granville, Danielle (a cura di): Critical perspectives in transitional justice. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 235–261.

Leebaw, Bronwyn Anne (2008): The irreconcilable goals of transitional justice. In: Human Rights Quarterly, 30, pp. 95–118.

Lilja, Mona (2013): Resisting gendered norms. Civil society, the juridical and political space in Cambodia. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing.

Luig, Ute: "Spaces of Death". Erinnerung, Repräsentation, Politik. In: Historische Anthropologie n. 1993, 20.

Manning, Peter (2012): Legitimacy, power and memory at the ECCC. In: Nicola Palmer e Clark, Phil, Granville, Danielle (a cura di): Critical perspectives in transitional justice. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 217–233.

McGrew, Laura (2011): Pathways to reconciliation in Cambodia. In: Peace Review n. 4, 23, pp. 514–521.

Meyer, Wolfgang: Das Rote-Khmer-Tribunal. Kambodscha im Schatten der Geschichte. In: Auslandsinformationen n. 3, pp. 34–37. Disponibile online in www.kas.de/c/document_library/get_file.

Mihr, Anja; Pickel, Gert; Pickel, Susanne (a cura di) (2018): Handbuch Transitional Justice. Aufarbeitung von Unrecht - hin zur Rechtsstaatlichkeit und Demokratie. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden (Springer Reference Sozialwissenschaften).

Mohan, Mahdev (2009): The paradox of victim-centrism. Victim participation at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. In: International Criminal Law Review n. 5, 9, pp. 733–775.

Ṇāt, Vaṇṇ (1998): A Cambodian prison portrait. One year in the Khmer Rouge's S-21. Bangkok: White Lotus Press.

Ngor, Haing; Warner, Roger (1987): Survival in the killing fields. New York: Carroll and Graf Publishers (Human rights cases online (text)).

Öjendal, Hoakim; Lilja, Mona (a cura di) (2009): Beyond democracy in Cambodia. Political reconstruction in a post-conflict society. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Öjendal, Hoakim; Lilja, Mona (a cura di) (2009): Beyond democracy in Cambodia. Political reconstruction in a post-conflict society. Copenhagen: NIAS Press.

Open Society Justice Initiative (Justice Initiatives) (2009): Recenc developments at the ECCC. November Update 2009. Disponibile online in www.justiceinitiative.org/uploads/8b063fce-ac92-4c7e-9341-107283da1873/eccc_20091123.pdf.

Open Society Justice Initiative (Justice Initiatives) (2012): The future of cases 003/004 at the ECCC. October 2012. Disponibile online in www.justiceinitiative.org/uploads/20fe99cf-bc19-4299-813a-d81055c30d22/eccc-report-cases3and4-100112_0.pdf.

Open Society Justice Initiative (Justice Initiatives) (2017): Recent developments at the ECCC. Threat to Permanently Stay Cases 003/004 and 004/2. Open Society Foundations. Disponibile online in www.justiceinitiative.org/uploads/18f1be25-54b4-4e34-9bb5-a784cbeceadd/recent-developments-eccc-june-2017-20160614.pdf.

Palmer, Nicola; Clark, Phil, Granville, Danielle (a cura di) (2012): Critical perspectives in transitional justice. Cambridge: Intersentia.

Palmer, Nicola; Clark, Phil, Granville, Danielle (a cura di) (2012): Critical perspectives in transitional justice. Cambridge: Intersentia.

Paris, Roland (2007): Wenn die Waffen schweigen. Friedenskonsolidierung nach innerstaatlichen Gewaltkonflikten. 1. Aufl. Hamburg: Hamburger Ed.

Peou, Sorpong (2000): Intervention and change in Cambodia. Towards democracy? Singapore.

Petit, Robert (2011): Lawfare and international tribunals. A question of definition? A reflection on the creation of the 'Khmer Rouge Tribunal'. In: Case Western Reserve Jounral of International Law n. 1-2, 44, pp. 189–199.

Ponchaud, Francois (2001): Cambodge année zéro. Paris: Kailash.

Power, Samantha (2003): "A problem from hell". America and the age of genocide. New York: Harper Prennial.

Pran, Dith; DePaul, Kim (a cura di) (1997): Children of Cambodia's killing fields. Memoiers by survivors. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press (Yale Southeast Asia studies monograph series). Disponibile online in www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1np7mk.

Richer, Philippe (2009): Le Cambodge de 1945 à nos jours. Paris, Presses de Sciences Po.

Rohde, Manfred (1999): Abschied von den Killing Fields. Kambodschas langer Weg in die Normalität. Bonn: Bouvier.

Samphan, Kieu (2004): Cambodia's Recent History and the Reasons Behind the Decision I Made: Ponleu Khmer Print. & Publishing House.

Schanberg, Sydney H. (1985): The death and life of Dith Pran. The original account on which the film The Killing Fields is based. New York, NY: Viking Penguin (Elisabeth Sifton books).

Sperfeldt, Christoph (2012): Cambodian civil society and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal. In: The International Journal of Transitional Justice n. 1, 6, pp. 149–160.

Sperfeldt, Christoph (2012): Collective reparations at the ECCC. In: International Criminal Law Review, 12, pp. 457–489.

Srun, Rothany; Mineak, Tim; Strasser, Judith (a cura di) (2011): Victim - former Khmer Rouge dialogue project. Lessons Learned. Phnom Penh.

Studzinsky, Silke (2009): Nebenklage vor den ECCC. Herausforderung und Chance oder mission impossible? In: Zeitschrift für internationale Strafrechtsdogmatik, 1, pp. 44–50.

Studzinsky, Silke (2011): Neglected crimes. The challenge of raising seuxal and gender-based crimes before the ECCC. In: Susanne Buckley-Ziste e Ruth Stanley (a cura di): Gender in transitional justice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macimillian, pp. 88–112.

Un, Kheang; Ledgerwood, Judy: Is the trial of 'Duch' a catalyst for change in Cambodia's courts? a cura di Asia Pacific issues. East-west center. Honolulu (95). Disponibile online in scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10125/16614/api095.pdf.

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Ung, Loung (2000): First they killed my father. A daughter of Cambodia remembers. 1st ed. New York: HarperCollinsPublishers. Disponibile online in www.loc.gov/catdir/description/hc043/99034707.html.

Urs, Tara (2007): Imagining locally-motivated accountability for mass atrocities. Voices from Cambodia. In: International Journal of Transitional Justice, 7, pp. 61–99.

Vannak, Huy (2003): The Khmer Rouge Division 703. From victory to Self-destruction. Phnom Penh (Documentation Series, 3).

Weiß, Raimund (2008): Das Sondergericht zur Ahnung der Verbrechen der Roten Khmer. In: Internationales Asienforum n. 1-2, 39, pp. 107–118. Disponibile online in pdfs.semanticscholar.org/729d/d18851cc9fc7b0e13e457cefe9f2a0e4991a.pdf.

Ye, Beini (2014): Transitional justice through the Cambodian women's hearings. In: Cambodia Law and Policy Journal, 2, pp. 23–37.

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