Sites of Violence, Sites of Memory: Linking Tuol Sleng (S.21) and Choeung Ek through Archival and Skeletal Evidence

> Par Fleischman, Julie M.
   Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences
> Paru le : 29.04.2020

Julie Fleischman analyse du point de vue de l’anthropologie médico-légale la correspondance entre les listes d’exécution de S.21 et les restes de squelettes humains conservés à Choeung Ek, le mémorial établi sur les charniers de S.21. Elle met en évidence l’importance de cette recherche dans le cadre des CETC.

Mots clés : Choeung Ek, S.21, charnier, squelettes humains, anthropologie médico-légale, preuve.

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