For a Non-Violent, Non-Essentialist Cambodia: A Reply to Ryerson Christie

@article{Springer2011ForAN,
  title={For a Non-Violent, Non-Essentialist Cambodia: A Reply to Ryerson Christie},
  author={Simon Springer},
  journal={South East Asia Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={635 - 641}
}
I want to thank Ryerson Christie for reviewing my book, Cambodia’s Neoliberal Order: Violence, Authoritarianism and the Contestation of Public Space (Springer, 2010) in the previous issue of South East Asia Research (Christie, 2011). I am very pleased to see such attention to my scholarship in the pages of this journal. While Christie does offer some positives in his assessment, and I am happy to receive his more constructive critiques of my work, his reading of how I have used ‘culture’ in my… Expand

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