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E. L. German, Hunting and Fishing in the New South: Black Labor and White Leisure after the Civil War, Journal of Historical Geography, vol. 37. pp. 403-404, 2011.
D. Gerhard, Comparative Study at Stockholm, Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 3, pp. 481-483, 1960.
D. Gerhard and Thrupp, S. L., Comparative Study at Stockholm, Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 3, pp. 481-483, 1961.
M. Galway, Review of Buddhism in a Dark Age: Cambodian Monks Under Pol Pot by Ian Harris, Pacific Affairs. In Press.
M. Galway, A French Connection: The Origins of Cambodia’s Maoist Vision, in Beyond the Sinosphere, Modalities of Interwar Globalization: Internationalism and Indigenization among East Asian Marxists, Christians, and Buddhists, 1919-1945, Schloss Herrenhausen, Hannover, Germany, 13-15 July 2016, Hannover, Germany, 2016.
M. Galway, Looking to the Past to Destroy the Present: A Comparative Analysis of Two leaders’ Uses of Atavism in Maoist China and Democratic Kampuchea, in SEASSI Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011.
M. Galway, 'Overturning the Basket’: Nostalgia, Maoism, and the Roots of the Communist Party of Kampuchea’s Ideology, Strata, vol. 5, pp. 83-113, 2013.
M. Galway, Review of The Cambodian Wars: Clashing Armies and CIA Covert Operations by Kenneth Conboy, Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 17, no. 1. Cambridge, 2017.
M. Galway, Brothers at Arms: The Dissolution of Khmer Vietnamese Relations, 1977-1979, in Canadian Council of South East Asian Studies, Vancouver, BC, 2009.
M. Galway, Review of China’s Civil War: A Social History, 1945-1949 by Diana Lary, Pacific Affairs, vol. 89. p. forthcoming, 2016.
M. Galway, “A Man of Many Facets: 袁殊—中國革命現階段與憲政問題 [Yuan Shu’s Constitutional Problems of the Chinese Revolution at the Present Stage],” (Translating the Japanese Occupation of China: A Documentary Approach, Workshop, University of British Columbia), in Translating the Japanese Occupation of China: A Documentary Approach, Workshop, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 17-19 August 2016 , Vancouver, BC, 2016.
M. Galway, Saying No to the ‘Son of Heaven’: Alternative Cultural Reservoirs in Cambodia and Imperial China’s Periphery, 1368-1884, in Workshop Paper, UBC Summer Workshop - Asian Studies, Vancouver, BC, 2011.
M. Galway, Global Maoism and the Politics of Localization in Peru and Tanzania, Left History, vol. 17, p. 9, 2013.
M. Galway, Manufacturing Cambodian Maoism—The Development of Communist Party of Kampuchea Thought, 1949-1975, in CSEARching for Southeast Asia: The Inaugural Graduate Student Conference for Southeast Asia Research, Center for Southeast Asian Research Conference, IAR, Vancouver, BC, 2016.
M. Galway, Localizing Terror: Pol Pot’s Ultra-Nationalist Appropriation of Maoism, in Pierre Savard Graduate History Conference, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ont., 2010.
M. Galway, Review of The Khmer Lands of Vietnam: Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty by Philip Taylor, Pacific Affairs, vol. 89. p. forthcoming, 2016.
M. Galway, “Red China Goes Global: Maoism and Revolution in Cambodia and the Philippines, 1949-1979,” (“Local Asia—Global Asia”: 54th Western Conference of the Association of Asian Studies, University of Montana, Missoula), in “Local Asia—Global Asia”: 54th Western Conference of the Association of Asian Studies, Missoula, Montana, 2016.
M. Galway, Like a Gourd Surrounded by Thorns: Atavism in Pol Pot’s Kampuchea, 1970-1979, in 37th Annual Qualicum Graduate Conference, UBC/UVic, 2012.
M. Galway, A Critical Introduction to Mao, JOURNAL OF EAST ASIAN STUDIES, vol. 13. pp. 363-366, 2013.
M. Galway, Red Evangelism: Global Maoism and Revolution in Southeast Asia, 1949-1979, in University of British Columbia - Freie Universität Berlin Strategic Workshop: East Asian Responses to Chinese Modernity, Vancouver, 28-29 April 2016, Vancouver, BC, 2016.
M. Galway, Maoism in Action?—Atavism and Disproportionate Revenge during the Pol Pot Regime, 1975-1978, in Conference Paper, History In the Making Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, 2010.
M. Galway, Review of Mao's Little Red Book: A Global History, Alexander C. Cook, ed., International Review of Social History, vol. 60, no. 1. pp. 129-132, 2015.
M. Galway, “’Patriotism Is the Application of Internationalism in National Revolutionary War’: Global Maoism and Cambodia’s Revolutionary Intellectuals, 1949- 1979,” (Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, The University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas), in Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, The University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, 14-15 October 2016, San Antonio, Texas, 2016.
M. Galway, Reinventing Khmerness—Past, Present, and Future: Khmer Rouge Constructions of Cambodian History and Identity, 1955-1979, in Fifth Annual Khmer Studies Forum, The Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Ohio, 2013.
M. Galway and Ryono, A., Xinjiang under China: reflections on the multiple dimensions of the 2009 Urumqi uprising, Asian Ethnicity, vol. 16, pp. 235-255, 2015.

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