Yale Genocide Studies Program: Tuol Sleng Image Database

TitleYale Genocide Studies Program: Tuol Sleng Image Database
Publication TypeWebsite
Corporate AuthorsYale University
Place PublishedNew Haven, CT

Created by the Cambodian Genocide Program, this site offers users access to part of its collection of more than 10,000 images pertaining to the human-rights violations carried out by the Khmer Rouge regime, particularly a single site near Phnom Penh. The archive includes photographs of some 5,000 victims whose identities remain unknown, and for this reason the Program provides forms for users to provide names and any information they may know about those they may recognize. Future additions to the collection will include other sites and resources. The Program is part of the the Genocide Studies Program at Yale University's MacMillan Center, which concentrates on interdisciplinary, comparative, and policy-oriented research into genocide and provides training to those in regions affected by modern genocides. Its historical research concentrates on the Holocaust, the genocides in Bosnia and Darfur, and on colonial and indigenous genocides.

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