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Help the CKS Library

The CKS Library, in its continuous process of enriching and expanding its collection, has drawn up an acquisition list. These documents (books, thesis, journal articles, etc) are sometimes very hard to find, especially in Cambodia, while some of them are more recent publications that we are unable to purchase due to our limited budget. Acquisition priorities include:

  • Cambodian modern literature and – often unpublished – academic material in the vernacular language, before and after the Khmer Rouge period;
  • Western and Asian language books and documents relevant to the field of Khmer and Southeast Asian studies in history, archaeology, linguistics, anthropology, arts, religion, literature and political science;
  • Academic periodicals and reference materials in the social sciences, arts and humanities.

The CKS library would highly appreciate donations from this list, in order to ensure that a more robust collection on Khmer studies is made available to Cambodian and international scholars as well as the Cambodian public in general. Books may be most easily found by contacting the publisher, www.amazon.com or in the case of some rare or scarce books, www.rareorientalbooks.com.

Please send your donated books to:

Head Office or
Center for Khmer Studies PO Box 9380 Wat Damnak, Siem Reap, Cambodia Tel: (855) 063 964 385 Fax: (855) 063 963 035 Center for Khmer Studies 149 East 63rd St. New York, N.Y. 10065 USA Tel:(1) 212 980 6628

Email: library@khmerstudies.org

1- Assavavirulhakarn, Prapod.
Past lives of the Buddha: Wat Si Chum and the Art of Sukhothai. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 22 4

2- Barnard, Noel. (ed.).
Seven Bronzes from Southeast Asia and Indonesia: Some applications of science in the study of objets d’art. Part One: Two Khmer bronzes. Canberra: Australian National Gallery, 1978. (available at: www.rareorientalbooks.com)

3- Biswas, Asit K., Varis, Olli & Tortajada, Cecilia.
Integrated Water Resources Management in South and South-East Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005. ISBN: 0195669320 (Available at www.kkagencies.com)

4- Bizot, Francois.
Histoire du Reamker: recit recueille et presente (fr/kh). Phnom Penh, 1973.

5- Boisselier, Jean.
The Heritage of Thai Sculpture. New York: Weatherhill, 1975.

6- Bowie, Theodore, Subhadadrais Diskkul, M.C. & Griswold, A.B.
The Sculpture of Thailand. New York: The Asia Society, 1972. SCARCE

7- Chandavij, N. & Pramualratana, P.
Thai Puppet & Khon Masks. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 9748225232

8- Chandler, David & Goscha, Christopher. Paul Mus (1902-1969)
L’espace d’un regard. Paris: Les Indes Savantes, 2006. ISBN: 2-84654-131-0.

9- Chandra, Lokesh (ed.).
Society and Culture of Southeast Asia: Continuities and Changes. Delhi: Aditya Prakashan, 2000. ISBN: 8177420349 (available at www.kkagencies.com)

10- Clymer, Kenton.
The United States and Cambodia, 1969-2000: a troubled relationship. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415326028.

11- Conway, Susan.
Thai Textiles. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN: 974 8225 79 8

12- Derichs, Claudia & Heberer, Thomas (ed).
The Power of Ideas: Intellectual input and political change in East and Southeast Asia. NIAS Studies in Asian Topics, 36. Copenhagen: NIAS press, 2006. ISBN: 8791114810.

13- Dror, Olga & Taylor, K.W. (intro & annot).
Views of Seventeenth-century Vietnam: Christoforo Borri on Cochinchina and Samuel Baron on Tonkin. Southeast Asia Program Publications. Ithaca: Cornell Press, 2006. ISBN: 9780877277415

14- Eaton, Peter.
Land Tenure, Conservation and Development in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415303737

15- Elliot, David W.P.
The Vietnamese War: Revolution and social change in the Mekong Delta, 1930-1975. Concise edition. M.E. Sharpe: Armonk, NY, 2006. ISBN: 0765606038.

16- Falk, Monica Lindberg.
Making Fields of Merit: Buddhist nuns and gendered orders in Thailand. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2005. ISBN: 8791114659.

17- Freeman, Michael.
Angkor Icon. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 974 8225 90 9

18- Gilquin, Michael.
The Muslims of Thailand. Bangkok: Irasec, 2005. ISBN: 9749575857

19- Ginsburg, Henry & Chumpengbhandhu, Prathum.
Thai Buddhist Painting. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN: 974 9863 10 0

20- Goscha, Christopher & Ivarsson, Soren (eds).
Contesting Visions of the Lao Past: Lao historiography at the crossroads. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114020.

21- Gravers, Mikael (ed).
Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Burma. NIAS Studies in Asian Topics. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2006. ISBN: 8791114969.

22- Greenough, Paul & Lowenhaupt Tsing, Anna.
Nature in the Global South: Environmental projects in South and Southeast Asia. Durham: Duke University Press, 2003. ISBN: 0822331497

23- Hefner, Robert & Horvatich, Patricia (eds).
Islam in an Era of Nation-states: Politics and religious renewal in Muslim Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997. ISBN: 0824819578.

24- Heywood, Denise.
Ancient Luang Prabang. Bangkok: Riverbooks. ISBN: 974 9863 24 0

25- Hoban, Elizabeth.
Cambodian Women: Childbirth and maternity in rural Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2006. ISBN: 0415375673.

26- Holt, John Clifford, Kinnard, Jacob N. & Walters, Jonathan (eds).
Constituting Communities: Theraveda Buddhism and the religious cultures of South and Southeast Asia. Albany: SUNY Press, 2003. ISBN: 0791456927.

27- Iwanaga, Kazuki (ed).
Women and Politics in Thailand. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2007. ISBN: 8791114349.

28- Jeffrey, Leslie Ann.
Sex and Borders: Gender, national identity and prostitution policy in Thailand. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003. ISBN: 0824826183.

29- Keay, John.
Mad About the Mekong. Exploration and Empire in South East Asia. London: Harper Collins, 2005 ISBN: 0007111134

30- Krairiksh, Piriya.
The History of Thai Art. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 05 4

31- Kulke, Hermann.
Kings and Cults: State Formation and Legitimation in India and Southeast Asia. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2001. ISBN: 817304337X (available: www.kkagencies.com)

32- Leksukhum, Santi.
Temples of Gold: Seven Centuries of Thai Buddhists Paintings. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 974 8225 62 3

33- Loh Kok Wah, Francis & Ojendal, Joakim (eds).
Southeast Asian Responses to Globalization. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114438.

34- O’Ballance, Edgar.
The Wars in Vietnam, 1954-1973. Dehra Dun: Natraj Publishers, 1995. ISBN: 8185019479 (available at www.kkagencies.com)

35- Pandey, Gyanendra.
Traditional Medicine in South-East Asia and Indian Medical Science. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 1997 ISBN: 8170305691 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

36- Poulsen, Anders. (2006).
Childbirth and Tradition in Northeast Thailand: Forty years of development and cultural change. NIAS Press: Copenhagen. ISBN: 8776940039.

37- Raman, K. V.
Temple Art, Icons and Culture of India and South-East Asia. Delhi: Sharada Publishing House, 2006. ISBN: 8188934313 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

38- Rooney Dawn F.
Bencharong: Royal Thai Porcelain. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 04 6

39- Samarasinghe, Vidya.
Female Sex Trafficking. London: Routledge. 2006. ISBN: 0415296684

40- Sinha,Rameshwar P. & Dandekar, Surya.
South-East Asia: People’s Struggle and Political Identity. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, 1998. ISBN: 8173912408 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

41- Sjoholm, Fredrick & Tongzon, Jose.
Institutional Change in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415338719.

42- Smitthi S. and Veraprasert M.
A Comparative Study of Khmer Lintels in Thailand and Cambodia. Special publication of the Siam Commercial Bank: Bangkok, 1990. ISBN: 9744170565

43- Suksri, Naengnoi.
The Grand Palace (revised edition). Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 16 X.

44- Suryadinata, Leo (ed).
Ethnic Relations and Nation-building in Southeast Asia: the case of the ethnic Chinese. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114527

45- Tarling, Nicholas.
Nationalism in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415334764.

46- Taylor, Philip.
Fragments of the Past: Searching for modernity in Vietnam’s south. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2001. ISBN: 0824824172.

47- Thorel Clovis.
Agriculture and Ethnobotany of the Mekong Basin, The Mekong Exploration Commission Report (1866-1868). Volume 4. Bangkok: White Lotus, 2001. ISBN: 9747534436.

48- Vohra, N. N. & Dixit, J.N. (eds.)
Religion, Politics and Society in South and Southeast Asia. Delhi, Konark Publishers, 1998. ISBN: 8122005292

49- Wade, Geoff.
China and Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2006. ISBN: 0415367522.

50- Watson, C.W. & Ellen, R. (eds).
Understanding Witchcraft and Sorcery in Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993. ISBN: 0824815157.

51- You, Feng.
Guide de conversation Française-Khmer (avec transcription phonétique Khmer en letter latine). Paris, 1996.

Hard to Find Publications:

1- Abel, M. H.(A. B.-L.Rieunier).
Solution pratique de la question de Cochinchine, Paris, 1864.

2- Arasaratnam, S.
Pre-modern commerce and society in Southern Asia. Inaugural Lecture, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 1972.

3- Aymonier, Etienne.
Notice sur le Cambodge. Paris, 1875.

4- Ayyangar, Sri C. R. Sreenivasa.
The Ramayana of Valmiki. Part 1 and 2. The Title Flower Company: Madras 1991.

5- Banks, David J. (editor).
Changing identities in modern Southeast Asia. Mouton, Paris & The Hague 1976.

6- Bemmelen, R. W. Van.
Rapports entre le premier art Khmer et l’art Indien. 2 vols. EFEO Paris 1970.

7- Benisti, Mireille.
Rapports entre le premier art khmer et l’art indien, tome I,II. Publications de l’EFEO (Mémoires archéologiques 5), Paris 1970.

8- Bezacier, Jean.
Asie du Sud-Est, tome II, Le Viet-nam , de la préhistoire à la fin de l’occupation chinoise. Editions A. et J. Picard, Paris 1972.

9- Biot, J. B.
Etudes sur l’astronomie indienne et sur l’astronomie chinoise. Paris: Albert Blanchard, 1969. Reprint.

10- Birnbaum, Martin.
Angkor and the Mandarin road, New York 1952

11- Bizot, François.
Le figuier à cinq branches. Recherche sur le le bouddhisme khmer. Publications de l’EFEO CVII, Paris 1976.

12- Boeles, J.
A Ramayana relief from the Khmer sanctuary at the Pimai in North-East Thailand. The Siam Society, Bangkok 1969.

13- Bouillevaux, Charles Emile.
Voyages dans l’Indo-Chine, 1848-1856. V. Palmé, Paris 1858.

14- Boun Sokha.
La massue de l’Angkar. Atelier Marcel Julian (Les Droits de l’Homme), Paris 1979.

15- Buck, William.
Ramayana. University of California Press: Berkeley and Los Angeles 1976.

16- Chatterji, Bijan Raj.
Indian cultural influence in Cambodia. University of Calcutta, 1964.

17- Chau, Seng.
L’ Organization bouddhique au Cambodge. Phnom Penh: Institut Bouddhique, 1962

18- Chaudary, R.
Some aspects of social and economic history of ancient India and Cambodia Varanasi. 1984.

19- Chhim, Krasem Oknha Pitou.
Rajabidhi dvardasamas (The twelve-month royal ceremonies). Phnom Penh: Institut Bouddhique, 1951-1961.

20- Claessen, Henri J.M. & Peter SKALNIK (editors).
The early state. Mouton Publishers, The Hague 1978.

21- Clifford, Hugh.
Further India, being the story of exploration from the earliest times in Burma, Malaya, Siam and Indo-China. London, 1904.

22- Collins, Sandra.
The Lizard-Portal Motif: Its meaning and function. Master’s thesis, University of Michigan, 1976.

23- Crawfurd, John.
Journal of an Embassy from the Governor-General of India to the Courts of Siam and Cochinchina….. London, 1828.

24- Dauphin-Meunier, Achille.
Histoire du Cambodge. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris 1961.

25- Dickson, J. F.
Ordination in Theravada Buddhism. Buddhist Publication Society, Kandy 1963.

26- Dophoung Quynh.
Traditional festivals in Vietnam. The GIOI Publishers, Hanoi 1995

27- Doty, William G. Mythography.
The study of myths and rituals. University of Alabama Press, Alabama 1988.

28- Dufresne, Jeffrey.
Rebuilding Cambodia: Education, political warfare, and the Khmer people’s national liberation front. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Saint Thomas 1993.

29- DUMARCAY, Jacques. Le Bayon : Histoire architecturale du temple. Tome I, EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 3, Paris, 1967.

30- Dumaçay, Jacques.
Le Phnom Bakheng. Mémoires archéologiques VII. Paris : Ecole Francaise d’ Extreme-Orient, 1971.

31- Ebihara, May.
“Interrelations between Buddhism and social systems in Cambodia culture,” in Manning Nash, et. al., Anthropological Studies in Theravada Buddhism. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1966.

32- Filloux, Claude.
Merveilleux Cambodge. Paris. Société continentale, 1962.

33- Finot, Louis, Victor Goloubew & George COoedès.
Le Temple d’Angkor Wat. EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 2 / G. Van Oest, Paris 1927-1932 ?

34- Finot, Louis, Victor Goloubew & Henri Parmentier.
Le Temple d’Īśvarapura (Banteay Srei, Cambodge). EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 1 / G. Van Oest, Paris 1926.

35- Fraser-Lu, Silvia.
Handwoven textiles of South-East Asia. Oxford University Press, Singapore 1988.

36- Frederic, Louis.
L’ art de l’Inde et de l’ Asie du Sud-Est. Flammarion, Paris 1994.

37- Fuchs, Paul.
Fêtes et cérémonies royales au Cambodge d’hier. L’ Harmattan,Paris 1991.

38- Garami, F. and I. Kertai.
Water management in the Angkor area (draft). Budapest: Angkor Foundation, 1993.

39- Girard-Geslan, Maud ; Albert Le Bonheur; and Donald M. Stadtner et al.
L’Art de l’Asie du Sud-Est (L’Art et les Grandes Civilisations ; collection créée par Lucien MAZENOD). Citadelles et Mazenod, Paris 1994.

40- Glover, Ian, Pornchai Suchita & John Villiers.
Early metallurgy, trade, and urban centres in Thailand and Southeast Asia. White Lotus, Bangkok 1992.

41- Goonwardene, Anil.
Buddhist scriptures. Heinemann Publishers. Oxford 1994.

42- Groslier, George.
Banteay Chmar, ville ancienne du Cambodge

43- Groslier, Georges.
Le temple de Preah Vihear, Art et Archéologies Khmères, I : 275 –294, 1921.

44- Guruge, Ananda W. P.
Buddhism. The religion and its culture. The World Fellowship of Buddhists, Colombo 1984.

45- Hall, Kenneth R.
Maritime trade and state development in early Southeast Asia. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu 1985.

46- Hazra, Kanai Lal.
History of Theravada Buddhism in South-East Asia with special reference to India and Ceylon. Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi 1996.

47- Hazra, Kanai Lal.
The Buddhist annals and chronicles of South-East Asia. Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi, 1986.

48- Helstien, Mel, et. al.
Asian Puppets University of California: Los Angles 1976.

49- Herz, Marti F.
A short history of Cambodia from the days of Angkor to the present. Praeger, New York 1958.

50- Hickey, Gerald C.
Free in the forest: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese Central Highlands, 1954-1976. Yale University Press, New Haven 1982.

51- Hickey, Gerald C.
Sons of the mountains: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese Central Highlands to 1954. Yale University Press, New Haven 1982.

52- Honda Katuiti.
Journey to Cambodia. Investigation into Massacre by Pol Pot Regime. Tokyo : Privately published, 1981

53- Hoshino, Tatsuo.
Pour une histoire médiévale du moyen Mékong. Editions Duang Kamol, Bangkok 1986.

54- Hutterer, Karl L. (editor).
Economic exchange and social interaction in Southeast Asia: Perspectives from prehistory, history and ethnography. Michigan Papers on South & Southeast Asia, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1977.

55- Ichimura, Shinichi (Ed).
Southeast Asia. Nature, society and development contributions to Southeast Asian studies. The University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu 1976.

56- Indasara, Wasin.
Theravada Buddhist principles (Book I & II). Mahamakuta Buddhist University, Bangkok 1988.

57- Jacques, Claude.
Angkor. Hirmer, 1997. (English language)

58- Janse, O. R. T. Archaeological research in Indo-China, vol. iii. Bruges, St-Catherine Press 1958.

59- Janse, O. R. T. Archaeological research in Indo-China, Vols. I-II. (Harvard-Yenching Institute Monographs, vii, x). Cambridge, Harvard University Press. 1947.

60- Jay, Madeleine and Antoine, Yay.
Notre Indochine 1936-1947. L’Harmattan, Paris 1994.

61- Jayawardhana, Somapala.
Handbook of Bali literature, Karunaratne and Sons Ltd. Colombo 1994.

62- Jenner, Philip N.
A chrestomathy of pre-Angkorian Khmer. Southeast Asia Paper no. 20, pt.1. Asian Studies Program, Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1980 (three volumes).

63- Jenner, Philip N. A chronological inventory of the inscriptions of Cambodia. ? Honolulu 1980.

64- Jenner, Philip N., Lawrence C. Thompson & Stanley Starosta.
Austroasiatic Studies. University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu 1976.

65- Jong, J. W. De.
The story of Rama in Tibet. Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH: Stuttgart, Germany 1989.

66- Kabilsingh, Chatsumarn.
Thai Women in Buddhism. Parallax Press, Berkley 1991.

67- Karnchana Nacaskul.
A study of cognate words in Thai and Cambodia. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of London 1962.

68- Khing Hoc Dy.
Contes et légendes du pays Khmer. Conseil International de la Langue française. Paris, 1989.

69- Khing Hoc Dy.
Un épisode du Ramayana khmer. Rama endormi par les maléfices de Vaiy Rabn. L’ Harmattan, Paris 1995.

70- Khoo, Gibert and Lo, Dorothy.
Asian Transformation. A history of South-East, South and East Asia. Heinemann Asia, Singapore 1992.

71- Kulke, H.
The Devaraja cult. Trans. by Mabbett, I. Cornell University Southeast Asia Progam, Data Paper 108. Cornell University: 1978.

72- Lacouture, Jean.

Survive le people cambodgien ! Editions du Seuil, Paris 1978.
73- Langlois, W., André Malraux.
The Indo China Adventure. London, Pall Mall Press, 1966.

74- Le Thanh Khoi.
Histoire de l’Asie du Sud-Est. PUF, Paris 1959.

75- Leclère, Adhémard.
Le Bouddhisme au Cambodge. Leroux, Paris 1899 (Reprinted by AMS Press, New York 1975).

76- Ledgerwood, Judy L.
Portrait of a conflict: exploring Khmer-American social and political relationships. Department of Anthropology, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, Ithaca 1986.

77- Leroi-Gourhan, André & Jean POIRIER (editors).
Ethnologie de l’Union française. Peuples et Civilisations d’Outre-Mer, Tome .II. Asie – Océanie – Amérique, PUF, Paris 1953.

78- Lewis, Norman.
An Indonesian empire. [Title approximate]

79- Locard Henri and Moeung Sonn.
Prisonnier d’Angkar. Paris, Fayard, 1993.

80- Lunet De Lajonquière, Etienne.
Atlas archélogique de l’ Indo-Chine. Leroux, Paris 1901.

81- Ma Touan-Lin.
Ethnographie des peuples étrangers à la Chine, II : Méridionaux. Translated by Le Marquis d’HERVEY DE SAINT-DENYS. H. Georg., Genève 1883.

82- Manguin, Pierre-Yves.
Les portugais sur les côtes du Vietnam et du Champa. Publications de l’EFEO, volume LXXXI, 1972.

83- Mannikka, Eleanor.
“Angkor Wat: Meaning through measurement.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1985.

84- Mansuy, Henri.
Stations préhistoriques de Samrong Sen et de Long Prao (Cambodge). F.H.Schneider, Hanoi 1902.

85- Matthews, J.
The Hoabinhian in Southeast Asia and elsewhere. Ph. D. Australian National University, Canberra 1964.

86- McVey, Ruth T. Southeast Asian transitions: Approaches through social history. Yale University Press, New Haven 1978.

87- Mouhot, Henri.
Voyage dans les royaumes de Siam, de Cambodge, de Laos. Paris, 1872.

88- Mouhot, Henri.
Voyage dans les royaumes de Siam, de Cambodge, de Laos. Paris, 1882.

89- Mus Paul.
L’angle de l’Asie. Paris, c. 1982.

90- Mus, Paul.
‘Cultes indiens et indigènes au Champa’. In BEFEO 33, No.1 (1933): 367-410 (CKS needs English version: Translated into English by I.W. MABBETT and D.P. CHANDLER as India seen from the East, Clayton, Australia 1975).

91- Neher, Clark D. Southeast Asia in the new international era. Westview Press, Boulder 1994.

92- Nepote, Jacques.
Indochine. Laos, Cambodge, Vietnam. (Pour une geographie culturelle de l’Indochine). Editions Olizane, Geneve 1993.

93- Nepote, Jacques.
Le palais du roi Norodom I. Histoire (1860-1973) et description, suivies de l’analyse structurale de la symbolique du palais royal de Phnom-Penh. Ph.D. thesis in Ethnology, University of Paris X – Nanterre 1973.

94- Nilikanta Sastri, K.A.
South India and Southeast Asia: Studies in their history and culture. Geetha Book House Publishers, Mysore 1978.

95- Nonrodom Sihanouk & Bernard Krisher.
Leadership and charisma. Tokyo 1990.

96- Norodom Sihanouk.
L’Indochine vue de Pékin. Paris 1972.

97- Norodom Sihanouk.
Rois de Kampuchea : Ang Duong, Norodom, N. Sihanouk. Phnom Penh, n.d.

98- Norodom Sihanouk.
Souvenirs doux et amers. Paris 1981.

99- Nut, Suppya Helene.
Le théatre royal khmer, Cahiers d’Etudes Franco-Cambodgiennes, Centre Culturel et de Coopération Linguistique du Service Culturel de l’Ambassade de France, Phnom Penh 1996.

100- Osborne, Milton E.
Politics and power in Cambodia. Hawthorn, Australia 1973.

101- Pavie, Auguste.
Mission Pavie Indo-Chine Atlas. Paris, 1903.

102- PavieE, Auguste.
Recherches sur la littérature du Cambodge, du Laos et du Siam. Mission Pavie. Indochine 1878-1895. Leroux, Paris 1891.

103- Peou Samy.
La litérature classique khmère. Institut National des Langues et civilizations orientales, 1991.

104- Pin Yathay.
L’Utopie meutrière. Laffont, Paris 1980.

105- Pou [Lewitz], Saveros.
Guirlande de Cpap’. Cedoreck, Paris 1988.

106- Pourtales, Guy.
Nous à qui rien n’appartient. Paris, Flammarion, 1990.

107- Prud’homme, Rémy.
L’économie du Cambodge. Paris PUF 1969.

108- Quiminal, Victor.
The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Oxford University Press, London 1951.

109- Raghavan, V.
The Ramayana in greater India. South Gujarat University: Surat, India 1975.

110- Raghavan, V.
The Ramayana tradition in Asia. Sahitya Akademi: New Delhi 1980.

111- Rao, T. A. Gopinatha.
Elements of Hindu iconography. 2 vols. Law Printing House, Madras 1914-16.

112- Ratanakul, Surya, David Thomas & Suwilai Premsirat (editors).
Southeast Asian linguistic studies presented to André-G. Haudricourt. Mahidol University, Bangkok 1985.

113- Ravivongs Kovit.
Banteai Lovek. Phnom Penh 1954.

114- Reddi, V.M.
A history of the Cambodian independence movement, 1863-1955. Tinipati 1971.

115- Reid, Anthony.
Slavery, bondage and dependency in Southeast Asia. University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, London & New York 1983.

116- Reynolds, Craig J. “The Buddhist monkhood in the nineteenth century Thailand.” Ph. D. dissertation, Cornell University 1972.

117- Riboud, Marc.
Angkor. The serenity of Buddhism. Thames & Hudson, London 1993.

118- Richman, Paula.
Many Ramayanas: The diversity of a narrative tradition in South Asia. University of California Press: Berkeley and Los Angeles 1991.

119- Sam, Sam-Ang.
The Pin Peat Ensemble: Its history, music, and context, Ph.D. thesis, Wesleyan University, 1988.

120- Sarkar, Amal.
A study on the Ramayana. Rddhi India: Calcutta 1987.

121- Sharan, Mahesh Kumar. Studies in Sanskrit inscriptions of ancient Cambodia. Abhinav Publications, New Delhi 1974.

122- Shorto, H.L.
A dictionary of modern spoken Mon. Oxford University Press, London 1962.

123- Silverstein, Josef.
Southeast Asia in World War II, four essays. Yale University. New Haven 1966.

124- Spinks C. N.,
The Khmer temple of Prah Vihar, The Australian National University, Canberra 1959.

125- Standen, Mark.
Passage through Angkor. Voyage a travers Angkor. Asia Books, Bangkok 1995.

126- Szymusiak, Molyda.
Les pierres crieront. Une enfance cambodgienne 1975-1980. Editions La Découverte, Paris 1988.

127- Tambyah, Isaac T.
A comparative study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity. Indian Book Gallery, New Delhi 1983.

128- Tan Kim Huon.
Géographie du Cambodge. Third edition, Phnom Penh 1963.

129- Thay Sok.
Traités de morale des Cambodgiens du XIVe au XIXe siècles. Ph.D. thesis, Université Lettres Paris 1965.

130- Thompson, Virginia.
French Indo-China. Octagon Books, New York 1968

131- Thongthep, Meechai.
Ramayana: The Thai Ramayana. Naga Books: Bangkok 1993.

132- Tida Salaya.
Khao Phra Viharn, Muang Boran, Bangkok 1992.

133- Tong, Andre.
Sihanouk, la fin des illusions. La Table Ronde, Paris 1972.

134- Um, Khatharya.
Brotherhood of the pure: Nationalism and Communism in Cambodia (PH.D. Dissertation, University of California Berkeley, 1990)

135- Université Royale des Beaux-Arts.
Musique khmère, Phnom Penh, 1969.

136- Université Royale des Beaux-Arts.
Reamker (Ramayana Khmer), Phnom Penh, Imprimerie Sangkum Reastr Niyum, 1969.

137- Wales, H. G. Quaritch.
Prehistory and religion in South East Asia. B. Quaritch, London 1957.

138- Walker, George B.
Angkor Empire. Signet Press. Calcutta 1935.

139- Wheatcroft, Rachel.
Siam and Cambodia in pen and pastel. Constable, London 1928.

140- Wheatley, Paul.
Nāgara and Commandery: Origins of the Southeast Asian urban traditions. University of Chicago, Department of Geography Research Paper nos. 207-8, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1983.

141- Wheatley, Paul.
The Golden Khersonese: Studies in the historical geography of the Malay Peninsula before A.D. 1500. Kuala Lumpur 1961.

142- Whitaker, Donald P. et al.
Area Handbook for the Khmer Republic (Cambodia). Washington, D.C.: Foreign Area studies, The American University, 1973

143- Woodside, Alexander & David K. Wyatt (editors).
Moral order and the question of change. Yale University, SEA Studies Monograph 24, New Haven 1982.

144- Yule, Henry. Hobson-Jobson.
Munshiran Manoharlal Publishers (3rd edition), New Delhi 1979.
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Publications that are recent additions to our wish list:

1- Assavavirulhakarn, Prapod.
Past lives of the Buddha: Wat Si Chum and the Art of Sukhothai. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 22 4

2- Barnard, Noel. (ed.).
Seven Bronzes from Southeast Asia and Indonesia: Some applications of science in the study of objets d’art. Part One: Two Khmer bronzes. Canberra: Australian National Gallery, 1978. (available at: www.rareorientalbooks.com)

3- Biswas, Asit K., Varis, Olli & Tortajada, Cecilia.
Integrated Water Resources Management in South and South-East Asia. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005. ISBN: 0195669320 (Available at www.kkagencies.com)

4- Bizot, Francois.
Histoire du Reamker: recit recueille et presente (fr/kh). Phnom Penh, 1973.

5- Boisselier, Jean.
The Heritage of Thai Sculpture. New York: Weatherhill, 1975.

6- Bowie, Theodore, Subhadadrais Diskkul, M.C. & Griswold, A.B.
The Sculpture of Thailand. New York: The Asia Society, 1972. SCARCE

7- Chandavij, N. & Pramualratana, P.
Thai Puppet & Khon Masks. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 9748225232

8- Chandler, David & Goscha, Christopher. Paul Mus (1902-1969)
L’espace d’un regard. Paris: Les Indes Savantes, 2006. ISBN: 2-84654-131-0.

9- Chandra, Lokesh (ed.).
Society and Culture of Southeast Asia: Continuities and Changes. Delhi: Aditya Prakashan, 2000. ISBN: 8177420349 (available at www.kkagencies.com)

10- Clymer, Kenton.
The United States and Cambodia, 1969-2000: a troubled relationship. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415326028.

11- Conway, Susan.
Thai Textiles. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN: 974 8225 79 8

12- Derichs, Claudia & Heberer, Thomas (ed).
The Power of Ideas: Intellectual input and political change in East and Southeast Asia. NIAS Studies in Asian Topics, 36. Copenhagen: NIAS press, 2006. ISBN: 8791114810.

13- Dror, Olga & Taylor, K.W. (intro & annot).
Views of Seventeenth-century Vietnam: Christoforo Borri on Cochinchina and Samuel Baron on Tonkin. Southeast Asia Program Publications. Ithaca: Cornell Press, 2006. ISBN: 9780877277415

14- Eaton, Peter.
Land Tenure, Conservation and Development in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415303737

15- Elliot, David W.P.
The Vietnamese War: Revolution and social change in the Mekong Delta, 1930-1975. Concise edition. M.E. Sharpe: Armonk, NY, 2006. ISBN: 0765606038.

16- Falk, Monica Lindberg.
Making Fields of Merit: Buddhist nuns and gendered orders in Thailand. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2005. ISBN: 8791114659.

17- Freeman, Michael.
Angkor Icon. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 974 8225 90 9

18- Gilquin, Michael.
The Muslims of Thailand. Bangkok: Irasec, 2005. ISBN: 9749575857

19- Ginsburg, Henry & Chumpengbhandhu, Prathum.
Thai Buddhist Painting. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN: 974 9863 10 0

20- Goscha, Christopher & Ivarsson, Soren (eds).
Contesting Visions of the Lao Past: Lao historiography at the crossroads. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114020.

21- Gravers, Mikael (ed).
Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Burma. NIAS Studies in Asian Topics. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2006. ISBN: 8791114969.

22- Greenough, Paul & Lowenhaupt Tsing, Anna.
Nature in the Global South: Environmental projects in South and Southeast Asia. Durham: Duke University Press, 2003. ISBN: 0822331497

23- Hefner, Robert & Horvatich, Patricia (eds).
Islam in an Era of Nation-states: Politics and religious renewal in Muslim Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997. ISBN: 0824819578.

24- Heywood, Denise.
Ancient Luang Prabang. Bangkok: Riverbooks. ISBN: 974 9863 24 0

25- Hoban, Elizabeth.
Cambodian Women: Childbirth and maternity in rural Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2006. ISBN: 0415375673.

26- Holt, John Clifford, Kinnard, Jacob N. & Walters, Jonathan (eds).
Constituting Communities: Theraveda Buddhism and the religious cultures of South and Southeast Asia. Albany: SUNY Press, 2003. ISBN: 0791456927.

27- Iwanaga, Kazuki (ed).
Women and Politics in Thailand. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2007. ISBN: 8791114349.

28- Jeffrey, Leslie Ann.
Sex and Borders: Gender, national identity and prostitution policy in Thailand. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2003. ISBN: 0824826183.

29- Keay, John.
Mad About the Mekong. Exploration and Empire in South East Asia. London: Harper Collins, 2005 ISBN: 0007111134

30- Krairiksh, Piriya.
The History of Thai Art. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 05 4

31- Kulke, Hermann.
Kings and Cults: State Formation and Legitimation in India and Southeast Asia. New Delhi: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2001. ISBN: 817304337X (available: www.kkagencies.com)

32- Leksukhum, Santi.
Temples of Gold: Seven Centuries of Thai Buddhists Paintings. Bangkok: River Books. ISBN 974 8225 62 3

33- Loh Kok Wah, Francis & Ojendal, Joakim (eds).
Southeast Asian Responses to Globalization. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114438.

34- O’Ballance, Edgar.
The Wars in Vietnam, 1954-1973. Dehra Dun: Natraj Publishers, 1995. ISBN: 8185019479 (available at www.kkagencies.com)

35- Pandey, Gyanendra.
Traditional Medicine in South-East Asia and Indian Medical Science. Delhi: Sri Satguru Publications, 1997 ISBN: 8170305691 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

36- Poulsen, Anders. (2006).
Childbirth and Tradition in Northeast Thailand: Forty years of development and cultural change. NIAS Press: Copenhagen. ISBN: 8776940039.

37- Raman, K. V.
Temple Art, Icons and Culture of India and South-East Asia. Delhi: Sharada Publishing House, 2006. ISBN: 8188934313 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

38- Rooney Dawn F.
Bencharong: Royal Thai Porcelain. Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 04 6

39- Samarasinghe, Vidya.
Female Sex Trafficking. London: Routledge. 2006. ISBN: 0415296684

40- Sinha,Rameshwar P. & Dandekar, Surya.
South-East Asia: People’s Struggle and Political Identity. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers, Distributors, 1998. ISBN: 8173912408 (available at: www.kkagencies.com)

41- Sjoholm, Fredrick & Tongzon, Jose.
Institutional Change in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415338719.

42- Smitthi S. and Veraprasert M.
A Comparative Study of Khmer Lintels in Thailand and Cambodia. Special publication of the Siam Commercial Bank: Bangkok, 1990. ISBN: 9744170565

43- Suksri, Naengnoi.
The Grand Palace (revised edition). Bangkok: River Books, 2007. ISBN 974 9863 16 X.

44- Suryadinata, Leo (ed).
Ethnic Relations and Nation-building in Southeast Asia: the case of the ethnic Chinese. Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2004. ISBN: 8791114527

45- Tarling, Nicholas.
Nationalism in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2004. ISBN: 0415334764.

46- Taylor, Philip.
Fragments of the Past: Searching for modernity in Vietnam’s south. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2001. ISBN: 0824824172.

47- Thorel Clovis.
Agriculture and Ethnobotany of the Mekong Basin, The Mekong Exploration Commission Report (1866-1868). Volume 4. Bangkok: White Lotus, 2001. ISBN: 9747534436.

48- Vohra, N. N. & Dixit, J.N. (eds.)
Religion, Politics and Society in South and Southeast Asia. Delhi, Konark Publishers, 1998. ISBN: 8122005292

49- Wade, Geoff.
China and Southeast Asia. London: Routledge, 2006. ISBN: 0415367522.

50- Watson, C.W. & Ellen, R. (eds).
Understanding Witchcraft and Sorcery in Southeast Asia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993. ISBN: 0824815157.

51- You, Feng.
Guide de conversation Française-Khmer (avec transcription phonétique Khmer en letter latine). Paris, 1996.

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1- Abel, M. H.(A. B.-L.Rieunier).
Solution pratique de la question de Cochinchine, Paris, 1864.

2- Arasaratnam, S.
Pre-modern commerce and society in Southern Asia. Inaugural Lecture, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 1972.

3- Aymonier, Etienne.
Notice sur le Cambodge. Paris, 1875.

4- Ayyangar, Sri C. R. Sreenivasa.
The Ramayana of Valmiki. Part 1 and 2. The Title Flower Company: Madras 1991.

5- Banks, David J. (editor).
Changing identities in modern Southeast Asia. Mouton, Paris & The Hague 1976.

6- Bemmelen, R. W. Van.
Rapports entre le premier art Khmer et l’art Indien. 2 vols. EFEO Paris 1970.

7- Benisti, Mireille.
Rapports entre le premier art khmer et l’art indien, tome I,II. Publications de l’EFEO (Mémoires archéologiques 5), Paris 1970.

8- Bezacier, Jean.
Asie du Sud-Est, tome II, Le Viet-nam , de la préhistoire à la fin de l’occupation chinoise. Editions A. et J. Picard, Paris 1972.

9- Biot, J. B.
Etudes sur l’astronomie indienne et sur l’astronomie chinoise. Paris: Albert Blanchard, 1969. Reprint.

10- Birnbaum, Martin.
Angkor and the Mandarin road, New York 1952

11- Bizot, François.
Le figuier à cinq branches. Recherche sur le le bouddhisme khmer. Publications de l’EFEO CVII, Paris 1976.

12- Boeles, J.
A Ramayana relief from the Khmer sanctuary at the Pimai in North-East Thailand. The Siam Society, Bangkok 1969.

13- Bouillevaux, Charles Emile.
Voyages dans l’Indo-Chine, 1848-1856. V. Palmé, Paris 1858.

14- Boun Sokha.
La massue de l’Angkar. Atelier Marcel Julian (Les Droits de l’Homme), Paris 1979.

15- Buck, William.
Ramayana. University of California Press: Berkeley and Los Angeles 1976.

16- Chatterji, Bijan Raj.
Indian cultural influence in Cambodia. University of Calcutta, 1964.

17- Chau, Seng.
L’ Organization bouddhique au Cambodge. Phnom Penh: Institut Bouddhique, 1962

18- Chaudary, R.
Some aspects of social and economic history of ancient India and Cambodia Varanasi. 1984.

19- Chhim, Krasem Oknha Pitou.
Rajabidhi dvardasamas (The twelve-month royal ceremonies). Phnom Penh: Institut Bouddhique, 1951-1961.

20- Claessen, Henri J.M. & Peter SKALNIK (editors).
The early state. Mouton Publishers, The Hague 1978.

21- Clifford, Hugh.
Further India, being the story of exploration from the earliest times in Burma, Malaya, Siam and Indo-China. London, 1904.

22- Collins, Sandra.
The Lizard-Portal Motif: Its meaning and function. Master’s thesis, University of Michigan, 1976.

23- Crawfurd, John.
Journal of an Embassy from the Governor-General of India to the Courts of Siam and Cochinchina….. London, 1828.

24- Dauphin-Meunier, Achille.
Histoire du Cambodge. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris 1961.

25- Dickson, J. F.
Ordination in Theravada Buddhism. Buddhist Publication Society, Kandy 1963.

26- Dophoung Quynh.
Traditional festivals in Vietnam. The GIOI Publishers, Hanoi 1995

27- Doty, William G. Mythography.
The study of myths and rituals. University of Alabama Press, Alabama 1988.

28- Dufresne, Jeffrey.
Rebuilding Cambodia: Education, political warfare, and the Khmer people’s national liberation front. Unpublished PhD dissertation, University of Saint Thomas 1993.

29- DUMARCAY, Jacques. Le Bayon : Histoire architecturale du temple. Tome I, EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 3, Paris, 1967.

30- Dumaçay, Jacques.
Le Phnom Bakheng. Mémoires archéologiques VII. Paris : Ecole Francaise d’ Extreme-Orient, 1971.

31- Ebihara, May.
“Interrelations between Buddhism and social systems in Cambodia culture,” in Manning Nash, et. al., Anthropological Studies in Theravada Buddhism. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 1966.

32- Filloux, Claude.
Merveilleux Cambodge. Paris. Société continentale, 1962.

33- Finot, Louis, Victor Goloubew & George COoedès.
Le Temple d’Angkor Wat. EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 2 / G. Van Oest, Paris 1927-1932 ?

34- Finot, Louis, Victor Goloubew & Henri Parmentier.
Le Temple d’Īśvarapura (Banteay Srei, Cambodge). EFEO, Mémoires archéologiques 1 / G. Van Oest, Paris 1926.

35- Fraser-Lu, Silvia.
Handwoven textiles of South-East Asia. Oxford University Press, Singapore 1988.

36- Frederic, Louis.
L’ art de l’Inde et de l’ Asie du Sud-Est. Flammarion, Paris 1994.

37- Fuchs, Paul.
Fêtes et cérémonies royales au Cambodge d’hier. L’ Harmattan,Paris 1991.

38- Garami, F. and I. Kertai.
Water management in the Angkor area (draft). Budapest: Angkor Foundation, 1993.

39- Girard-Geslan, Maud ; Albert Le Bonheur; and Donald M. Stadtner et al.
L’Art de l’Asie du Sud-Est (L’Art et les Grandes Civilisations ; collection créée par Lucien MAZENOD). Citadelles et Mazenod, Paris 1994.

40- Glover, Ian, Pornchai Suchita & John Villiers.
Early metallurgy, trade, and urban centres in Thailand and Southeast Asia. White Lotus, Bangkok 1992.

41- Goonwardene, Anil.
Buddhist scriptures. Heinemann Publishers. Oxford 1994.

42- Groslier, George.
Banteay Chmar, ville ancienne du Cambodge

43- Groslier, Georges.
Le temple de Preah Vihear, Art et Archéologies Khmères, I : 275 –294, 1921.

44- Guruge, Ananda W. P.
Buddhism. The religion and its culture. The World Fellowship of Buddhists, Colombo 1984.

45- Hall, Kenneth R.
Maritime trade and state development in early Southeast Asia. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu 1985.

46- Hazra, Kanai Lal.
History of Theravada Buddhism in South-East Asia with special reference to India and Ceylon. Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi 1996.

47- Hazra, Kanai Lal.
The Buddhist annals and chronicles of South-East Asia. Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi, 1986.

48- Helstien, Mel, et. al.
Asian Puppets University of California: Los Angles 1976.

49- Herz, Marti F.
A short history of Cambodia from the days of Angkor to the present. Praeger, New York 1958.

50- Hickey, Gerald C.
Free in the forest: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese Central Highlands, 1954-1976. Yale University Press, New Haven 1982.

51- Hickey, Gerald C.
Sons of the mountains: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese Central Highlands to 1954. Yale University Press, New Haven 1982.

52- Honda Katuiti.
Journey to Cambodia. Investigation into Massacre by Pol Pot Regime. Tokyo : Privately published, 1981

53- Hoshino, Tatsuo.
Pour une histoire médiévale du moyen Mékong. Editions Duang Kamol, Bangkok 1986.

54- Hutterer, Karl L. (editor).
Economic exchange and social interaction in Southeast Asia: Perspectives from prehistory, history and ethnography. Michigan Papers on South & Southeast Asia, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 1977.

55- Ichimura, Shinichi (Ed).
Southeast Asia. Nature, society and development contributions to Southeast Asian studies. The University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu 1976.

56- Indasara, Wasin.
Theravada Buddhist principles (Book I & II). Mahamakuta Buddhist University, Bangkok 1988.

57- Jacques, Claude.
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58- Janse, O. R. T. Archaeological research in Indo-China, vol. iii. Bruges, St-Catherine Press 1958.

59- Janse, O. R. T. Archaeological research in Indo-China, Vols. I-II. (Harvard-Yenching Institute Monographs, vii, x). Cambridge, Harvard University Press. 1947.

60- Jay, Madeleine and Antoine, Yay.
Notre Indochine 1936-1947. L’Harmattan, Paris 1994.

61- Jayawardhana, Somapala.
Handbook of Bali literature, Karunaratne and Sons Ltd. Colombo 1994.

62- Jenner, Philip N.
A chrestomathy of pre-Angkorian Khmer. Southeast Asia Paper no. 20, pt.1. Asian Studies Program, Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii, Honolulu 1980 (three volumes).

63- Jenner, Philip N. A chronological inventory of the inscriptions of Cambodia. ? Honolulu 1980.

64- Jenner, Philip N., Lawrence C. Thompson & Stanley Starosta.
Austroasiatic Studies. University Press of Hawaii, Honolulu 1976.

65- Jong, J. W. De.
The story of Rama in Tibet. Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH: Stuttgart, Germany 1989.

66- Kabilsingh, Chatsumarn.
Thai Women in Buddhism. Parallax Press, Berkley 1991.

67- Karnchana Nacaskul.
A study of cognate words in Thai and Cambodia. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of London 1962.

68- Khing Hoc Dy.
Contes et légendes du pays Khmer. Conseil International de la Langue française. Paris, 1989.

69- Khing Hoc Dy.
Un épisode du Ramayana khmer. Rama endormi par les maléfices de Vaiy Rabn. L’ Harmattan, Paris 1995.

70- Khoo, Gibert and Lo, Dorothy.
Asian Transformation. A history of South-East, South and East Asia. Heinemann Asia, Singapore 1992.

71- Kulke, H.
The Devaraja cult. Trans. by Mabbett, I. Cornell University Southeast Asia Progam, Data Paper 108. Cornell University: 1978.

72- Lacouture, Jean.

Survive le people cambodgien ! Editions du Seuil, Paris 1978.
73- Langlois, W., André Malraux.
The Indo China Adventure. London, Pall Mall Press, 1966.

74- Le Thanh Khoi.
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75- Leclère, Adhémard.
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76- Ledgerwood, Judy L.
Portrait of a conflict: exploring Khmer-American social and political relationships. Department of Anthropology, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, Ithaca 1986.

77- Leroi-Gourhan, André & Jean POIRIER (editors).
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81- Ma Touan-Lin.
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82- Manguin, Pierre-Yves.
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84- Mansuy, Henri.
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85- Matthews, J.
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88- Mouhot, Henri.
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89- Mus Paul.
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90- Mus, Paul.
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96- Norodom Sihanouk.
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107- Prud’homme, Rémy.
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108- Quiminal, Victor.
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109- Raghavan, V.
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110- Raghavan, V.
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111- Rao, T. A. Gopinatha.
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112- Ratanakul, Surya, David Thomas & Suwilai Premsirat (editors).
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128- Tan Kim Huon.
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129- Thay Sok.
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133- Tong, Andre.
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142- Whitaker, Donald P. et al.
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Moral order and the question of change. Yale University, SEA Studies Monograph 24, New Haven 1982.

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Munshiran Manoharlal Publishers (3rd edition), New Delhi 1979.