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Mr Kimly Ngoun


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Kimly Ngoun is a Visiting Fellow to the Department of Political and Social Change, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University. He has received education in Cambodia, Thailand and Australia. He was a lecturer of English and International Studies at the Royal University of Phnom Penh in Cambodia between 2003 and 2018. He has published articles in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, South East Asia Research, New Mandala, and East Asia Forum Quarterly. He has reviewed articles for Asian Studies Review and East Asia Forum.


Career highlights  Lecturer of English (2003-2007) and Senior Lecturer of International Studies (2008-2018), Royal University of Phnom Penh; A recipient of Weaving the Mekong into South East Asia Fellowship Program supported by the Rockefeller Foundation (2005-2007); A recipient of Australian Leadership Awards scholarship (2011-2015).


PhD (ANU), MA (Chulalongkorn), B.Ed (RUPP)

Research interests

Cambodian and Southeast Asian politics and societies; Cambodia-Thailand relations; politics of nationalism; authoritarian regimes; heritage studies; border studies; urban politics and social movement.

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  • Social and Cultural Anthropology


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