Christopher G. Moore Updates: 4 March 2017

Dear Readers,

The Memory Manifesto, a Memoir of Cambodia, goes to the copy editor on Sunday. The book combines our current scientific knowledge about memory, consciousness, subjectivity with my 25 years of experiences in Cambodia. I begin with 1993 when I covered the UNTAC period and end in 2017 when I last returned. I discuss the role of mentors like Barney Rosset and Stirling Silliphant, and friends who've been an influence over the years. It is a note to the future about how we struggled to remember, and what we forget over time. A scattering of images from the past and present also are included.

Best,
Christopher

   
 

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