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Arensen on Inhabiting a War-Altered Landscape in Cambodia

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The Institute of Asian Studies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Lisa Arensen has recently published a paper entitled “Living with Landmines: Inhabiting a War-Altered Landscape.”

Published in Material Culture, this article examines the efforts of the inhabitants of Reakshmei Songha village in western Cambodia to live in an environment that is littered with the material remains of war.

To view the article, please visit the Material Culture website.

To learn more about Dr. Arensen’s scholarship, please visit her IAS staff web page.

Arensen, L. (2021). “Living with Landmines: Inhabiting a War-Altered Landscape.” Material Culture (online first): 1-16. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1359183521997506