JANUARY 3, 2010
Working Dinner: 6:00-9:00 P.M. Goldiana Hotel Attendees will meet in the lobby of the Goldiana Hotel, Phnom Penh at 6:00 pm for transport to restaurant for Conference Working Dinner. The Goldiana Hotel is located at #10+12, St. 282, Sangkat Boeung Keng Kang I, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA. Tel/Fax: (855-23) 219 558. Web
JANUARY 4, 2010
Participants will gather in the lobby of the Goldiana Hotel at 8:30 a.m. for transportation to the nearby to the South Campus of Pannasastra University located at No. 184, Maha Vithei Preah Norodom (South of Independence Monument),Tel: 855-23-990-153, 855-23-427-916, Tel/Fax: 855-23-218-909, Email: email@example.com.
Others may go directly to the South Campus and inquire for meeting rooms at the office at the top right of the central staircase.
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION: 9:00-9: 15 A.M.
Welcome by Sam Ang Sam, Dean of Liberal Arts, Pannasastra University of Cambodia
Introduction: World History and Cambodia, Professor Marc Jason Gilbert, Hawaii Pacific University
SESSION 1 -- 9: 15-11: 15 [TIMES APPROXIMATE]
BUILDING A WORLD HISTORY CURRICULUM FOR CAMBODIA
1. Report on the National History Curriculum of Cambodia Laura Summers, University of Hull
2. The World and Two Very Small Places in Southeast Asia: Using Cambodia and East Timor in to Teach Post-Colonial Conflict in World History Michael G. Vann, Sacramento State University
3. The Khmer Empire in Comparative Perspective Richard Effland and Shereen Lerner, Mesa Community College
4. Classroom Challenges in Teaching
Cambodian History in World History Courses Ilicia Sprey, Saint Joseph's College (Indiana)
SESSION 2 -- 11: 15-12: 30
SUSTAINABILITY, THE ENVIRONMENT AND CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
1. Sustainable Ecotourism in the Tonle Sap, Youn Rattana Ubon Rajatanee University, Thailand, Michel Plaisent, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada Prosper Bernard, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada
2. Wildlife Conservation in Cambodia - A Global Perspective, Eric A. Strahorn, Florida Gulf Coast University
3. Multinational Corporations and Social Responsibility in Southeast Asia:
Implications for Cambodia, Robert Hanlon, City University of Hong Kong
4. Cambodia: From Cold War Battlefield to Economic Miracle, Benny Widyono, University Connecticut
LUNCH -- 12:30 -2: 15
SESSION 3 -- 2:15-3:45 P.M.
SPACE, PLACE, AND IDENTITY IN CAMBODIAN HISTORY
1. Secondary and Primary Urbanization and Networked Relationships in Angkor, Cambodia in the Reign of Jayavarman VII, Kenneth R. Hall, Professor of History, Ball State University,
2. Battembang and Phnom Penh in World History Context, Tom Mounkhall, New York State University at New Paultz
3. Living Memory/Living Absence: Memory and Cambodian American Selfhood Through the Work of Artist Anida Yoeu Esguerra, Cathy J. Schlund-Vials, University of Connecticut Storrs
4. Ethics of Nationalism: Just Pride, Just Cause, or Just Wrong?
Chanroeun Pa, Australian National University
SESSION 4 -- 3:45- 5:15 P.M.
GLOBAL CONNECTIONS AND "MODERNITY"
1. Picturing a New Cambodian Medicine: Images in the Revue Mico-Chirurgicale de l'Hital de l'AmitiKhmo-Soviique, Jenna Grant, University of Iowa
2. Artist Dinh Q. Land Pol Pot's Legacy, Megan C. McShane, Florida Gulf Coast University
3. Vladimir Bodiansky in the Development of the New Khmer Architecture,
Brad Walters, Columbia University
4. Siem Reap, a Town reshaped by Tourism Investments, Ade Esposito, Ecole Nationale Supieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville
SESSION 5--5: 15 - 5: 45 P.M.
WORLD HISTORY AND CAMBODIA, THE WAY FORWARD
Sam Ang Sam, Dean of Liberal Arts, Pannasastra University of Cambodia Sotheara Vong, Deputy Head of History Department, Royal University of Phnom Penh
Henri Lucard, Royal University of Phnom Penh Marc Jason Gilbert, Hawaii Pacific University Deborah Smith Johnson, Lakeside School, Seattle, USA
James Primm, Hawaii Pacific University Tey U, Tofi Mika, and Theodore Jaquith, Honolulu Hawaii, USA
DEPARTURE AND DINNER
Participants will be transported back to the Goldiana Hotel to relax and freshen up for a dinner nearby.