Bijdragen 168/1, 2012

"Persuasively written and meticulously attentive to ethnographic detail, the authors trace the indigenisation of biomedicine in Cambodia through the lens of indigenous Khmer medical cosmology since the late nineteeth century.

"Persuasively written and meticulously attentive to ethnographic detail, the authors trace the indigenisation of biomedicine in Cambodia through the lens of indigenous Khmer medical cosmology since the late nineteeth century.

… the authors offer a nuanced reinterpretation of socialized medicine under the Khmer Rouge, drawing upon oral testimony to assess how modernization contributed to to deterioration of healthcare for those who had access to traditional medicines."

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