Center for Khmer Studies Library

Welcome to Our Library's Online Catalog

The CKS Library opened in 2001. Situated in Wat Damnak, a living Buddhist monastery in the heart of Siem Reap, the Library is the largest public academic library in Cambodia outside of Phnom Penh, and the second most important for the social sciences and humanities in the whole country. The library is separated in two buildings. The reading room is open to everyone, free of charge. The Library Collection is located in the new and large library building, which was built in 2010 for Academic studies. It has special collections on Cambodia, Indochina and Southeast Asia etc. Most of our collections focus on Southeast Asia and Indochina.



Provided by: The Center for Khmer Studies

The Center for Khmer Studies is a non-governmental institution supported by international foundations, educational institutions, scholars, the US department of education, and interested individuals and philanthropists from the US, France, and Cambodia.

WHAT WE DO
  • Facilitate research, knowledge sharing and insights on topics related to Cambodia’s social, economic and cultural development.
  • Strengthen research and teaching capacities in the social sciences and humanities as they relate to Cambodia and South East Asia by working with social scientists, sociologists, urban scientists, anthropologists, economists, geographers, political scientists, and others.
  • Partner with all major public universities in Cambodia, key development organizations, and relevant public ministries/authorities. We also work closely with leading universities and research centers across US, Europe, and Southeast Asia.

CKS’s research and educational programs are run from our headquarters in Siem Reap and from our office in Phnom Penh. Please visit us to learn more about the work we do!

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