Selection of literature on the genocide

Becker, E. When the war was over : Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge Revolution (New York, 1998).
Bizot, F. en E. Cameron. The gate (New York, 2003).
Cruvellier, T. en A. Gilly. The master of confessions : the making of a Khmer Rouge torturer (New York, 2014).
Dunlop, N. The Lost Executioner (New York, 2006).
Etcheson, C. After the killing fields : lessons from the Cambodian genocide (Lubbock, TX, 2005).
Gottesman, E. Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge : inside the politics of nation building (New Haven, CT, 2003).
Hinton, A. L. Why did they kill? : Cambodia in the shadow of genocide (Berkely, CA, 2005)
Kiernan, B. The Pol Pot regime : race, power, and genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, 1975-79 (New Haven, Conneticut, 2002)
Kiernan, B. How Pol Pot came to power : colonialism, nationalism, and communism in Cambodia, 1930-1975 (New Haven, CT, 2004).

Master theses from students of Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Chng, C. Y. J. Disturbing the silence: A study of performance and collective memory in Cambodia (2010)
Damsma, J. Who to blame? : external Influences and genocide: Cambodia and Rwanda (2006).
Jans, S. I don't remember, but I just remember a little bit : een antropologische studie naar genocide onderwijs in Cambodja (2006)
Korstjesn, S. Smashing the enemies : the organization of violence in Democratic Kampuchea (2011).
Sanders, A. The evil within : genocide, memory and mythmaking in Cambodia (2006).