Department of Politics and International Studies
Dr Stephen Heder
BA, MA (Cornell) PhD (London)
PhD Students supervised
- Richard Lamb, Geoeconomics and State-Firm Dynamics in China
- Nationalism and racism
- Democratisation and civil society
- Human rights
- International Criminal Justice
- State and other political violence
- Politics of international organisations in Asia and Africa
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Heder, Stephen and Tittemore, Brian (2005) Cambodia Daigyakusastu wa Sabekeruka - Khmer Rouge Kokusai Houtei heno Michi. Tokyo: Gendai Jinbun-sha.
Heder, Steve (2004) Cambodian Communism and the Vietnamese Model. Volume 1. Imitation and Independence, 1930-1975. Bangkok, Thailand: White Lotus Press.
Heder, Steve and Tittemore, B. (2004) Seven Candidates for Prosecution: Accountability for the Crimes of the Khmer Rouge. Phnom Penh: Documentation Center of Cambodia.
Heder, Stephen (2003) Cambodian Communism and the Vietnamese Model: Imitation and Independence, 1930-1975. White Lotus (Thailand).
Heder, Stephen (1997) 'Racism, Marxism, labelling and genocide in Ben Kievnan''s the Pol Pot Regime'. South East Asia Research, (5 no 2), pp 101-153.
Heder, Steve (2007) 'Political Theatre in the 2003 Cambodian Elections. State, Democracy and Conciliation in Historical Perspective'. In: Strauss, Julia and Cruise O'Brien, D. B., (eds.), Staging Politics. Power and Performance in Asia and Africa. Richmond: I.B. Tauris, pp 151-172.
Heder, Steve (2005) 'Reassessing the Role of Senior Leaders and Local Officials in Democratic Kampuchea Crimes: Cambodian Accountability in Comparative Perspective'. In: Ramji, J. and van Schaack, B., (eds.), Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Justice. Prosecuting Mass Violence before the Cambodian Courts.. Lewiston, N.Y: The Edwin Mellen Press, pp 377-423.
Heder, Stephen (2003) 'Cambodia (1990-98): The Regime Didn't Change'. In: Gough, R, (ed.), Regime Change: It's Been Done Before. London: Policy Exchange (UK), pp 66-75.
Heder, Stephen (2002) 'Hun Sen and Genocide Trials in Cambodia: International Impacts, Impunity, and Justice'. In: Ledgerwood, Judy, (ed.), Cambodia Emerges from the Past: Eight Essays. DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press (US), pp pp.176-223.
Heder, Stephen (2002) 'Cambodian Elections in Historical Perspective'. In: Vijghen, J, (ed.), People and the 1998 National Elections in Cambodia: Their Voices, Roles and Impact on Democracy. Experts for Community Research (Cambodia), pp 1-5.
Heder, Stephen (2001) 'Dealing With Crimes Against Humanity: Illusion or Progress?'. Southeast Asian Affairs 2001. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp 129-141.
Heder, Stephen (2001) 'Class, Nation and Race in Communist Crimes Against Humanity: Theoretical and Historical Reflections on Marxist Racism and Violence'. In: Kiminyi, A and Scott, O, (eds.), Anatomy of Genocide: State-Sponsored Mass-Killings in the Twentieth Century. Mellen Press (USA), pp 129-186.
Heder, Stephen (1996) 'The Resumption of Armed Struggle by the Party of Democratic Kampuchea'. In: Heder, Stephen and Ledgerwood, Judy, (eds.), Propaganda, Politics and Violence in Cambodia: Democratic Transition Under United Nations Peace-Keeping. New York: M E Sharpe, pp 73-113.
Heder, Stephen (2003) '"The 2003 El;ections in Kampung Cham: Monitoring Report"'.
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