Professor studies impact of Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia

Patrick Heuveline sat among villagers in Cambodia, showing them photos of his daughter to establish common ground with a group of people whose culture he had yet to fully understand.

Heuveline, a UCLA sociology professor since 2007, has now spent about 15 years studying the effects of the Khmer Rouge regime’s mass murder during the late 1970s in Cambodia. Heuveline also works with undergraduate and graduate students and encourages them to pursue their own research projects. …

Miriam Bribiesca