The ICAS prizes are awarded for outstanding English language works in the field of Asian Studies and for the best dissertations in the fields of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Tallyn was shortlisted for this thesis Justice and Transition in Cambodia, 1979-2014: Process, Meaning and Narrative. The judges commented that his thesis was compellingly written, meticulously researched, and theoretically sophisticated, unravelling the complex narratives of justice that have shaped Cambodia’s history of violence.
Tallyn attended the opening ceremony of ICAS 9 in Adelaide, South Australia on 6 July 2015.
More information about the shortlists for the ICAS book and dissertation awards 2015.