Location: 3608 James Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x3846
Kosal Path is assistant professor of political science. He is a survivor of the Cambodian genocide. As a researcher for the Cambodian Genocide Program at Yale University and the Documentation Center of Cambodia from 1995 to 2000, he took part in documenting the atrocities committed by the Pol Pot regime, 1975-79. From 2009 to 2011, he taught international relations at the University of Southern California where he received an award of excellence in teaching international relations. At Brooklyn College, he received Whiting Award for teaching excellence in 2015-2016. His main teaching interests are international relations, genocide, and human rights. His research articles have appeared in various journals including Diplomacy & Statecraft, The Journal of Asian Studies, and The China Quarterly. Currently he is researching on transitional justice in post-genocide Cambodia. He is writing a book on Vietnam's relations with China and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.