Anne Yvonne GUILLOU

Statutory researcher

 

 

Anne Yvonne Guillou (Dr.) is CNRS research fellow and IRASEC member. From 1990 to 2006, she has conducted anthropological field researches on health, illness/disease and healers in Cambodia. Since 2007, her research interest has moved to massive destructions, mass violence and reconstruction in Southeast Asia; traces of destruction, memory and social resilience in post-Khmer Rouge Cambodia; and Khmer popular religious system including the reconfiguration of the Buddhist field in today’s Cambodia. She has participated in three European programmes such as LOTWOR (French-German ANR programme, 2011-2014); Corpses in Mass Violence (ERC, 2012-2016); and SEATIDE (FP7, 2012-2016). She has been chair of the Association Française de Recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est (2012- 2015).

 

MAIN RECENT PUBLICATIONS

(accepted, to be publ. in 2018) – « The “Master of the Land”: cult activities around Pol Pot’s tomb », Journal of Genocide Research, Special issue «The Death of the Perpetrator», Guest ed. Sevane Garibian.

(accepted, to be publ. in 2018) – «Structuration rituelle de la relation défunts-vivants au Cambodge dans les morts individuelles et collectives», L’Autre. Clinique, culture et société. https://revuelautre.com/

(under press, feb. 2018) – (avec Julie Blot), « Cambodge. Le tournant chinois », in Claire Thi-Liên Tran et Abigaël Pesses (dir.), L’Asie du Sud-Est 2018. Bilan, enjeux et perspectives, Bangkok/Paris, IRASEC/Les Indes Savantes.

2017 – Co-guest editor (with B. Brac de la Perrière), Special issue « Potent places in Southeast Asia », The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 18, n05. http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtap20/18/5?nav=tocList

2017 – « Introduction. Potent places and Animism in Southeast Asia”, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 18, n05, pp. 389-399. https://doi.org/10.1080/14442213.2017.1401324

2017 – «Khmer potent places. Pāramī and the process of localization in Cambodia”, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, Vol. 18, n05, pp. 421-443. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14442213.2017.1375553

2017 – « The (re)configuration of the Buddhist field in post-communist Cambodia”, inMichel Picard (ed.), The Appropriation of Religion in Southeast Asia and Beyond, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 67-93. (http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319562292

2017 – (avec Julie Blot), “Cambodge. La pression sur l’opposition s’accentue », in Claire Thi-Liên Tran et Abigaël Pesses (dir.), L’Asie du Sud-Est 2017. Bilan, enjeux et perspectives, Bangkok/Paris, IRASEC/Les Indes Savantes, pp. 150-183.

2016 – « Potent places as embodied memory in Cambodia », Special issue “Memory thickness. Presenting Southeast Asian Pasts”, The Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, Guest editor Penny Edward, september, N. 20. Free access: http://kyotoreview.org/issue-20/embodied-memory-cambodia/

2016 – « Le ‘maître de la terre’. Les cultes rendus au cénotaphe de Pol Pot (Nord du Cambodge) », in Sévane Garibian (ed.), La mort du bourreau. Réflexions interdisciplinaires sur le cadavre des criminels de masse, Paris : Petra, pp. 65-86.

2015 – “Traces of destruction and thread of continuity in post-genocide Cambodia”, in Veena Das and Clara Han (eds.), An Anthropology of Living and Dying in the Contemporary World, Berkeley : University of California Press, pp. 729-742.

2014 – « From bones-as-evidence to tutelary spirits. Status of bodies in the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge genocide », in E. AnstettGessat et J.-M. Dreyfus (eds.), Human remains and mass violence : methodological approaches, Manchester : Manchester University Press.

2013 – (guest editor with Silvia Vignato), Special issue “Life after collective death in Southeast-Asia. Part 2. "Helping and being helped”, Southeast Asia Research, Vol. 21, n. 3, London: SOAS.
http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/sera/21/3

2012 – (guest editor with S. Vignato), Special issue “Life after collective death in SoutheastAsia. Part. 1. “The (re)fabrication of social bonds ”, Southeast Asia Research, Vol. 20, n. 2., London: SOAS.
http://journals.sagepub.com/toc/sera/20/2

2012 – “An alternative memory of the Khmer Rouge genocide : the dead of the mass graves and the land guardian spirits (neak ta)”, South East Asia Research, Vol. 20, n. 2 : 193-212.
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.5367/sear.2012.0102

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5 octobre 2015

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