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Indic Influences on Dance as Devotion in Angkor


Dance as Devotion

by Chloe Calderon Chotrani

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The Lost City of Cambodia

by Chiara Goia & Joshua Hammer

A report on the newest discoveries on Phnom Kulen plateau, published by the prestigious Washington Museum.

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Language: English

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Roads to and from Angkor

by Mitch Hendrickson

Pioneer academic work on the ¨Historic Routes to Angkor¨

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Language: English

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The PĀŚUPATA Sect in Ancient Cambodia and Champa

by Swati Chemburkar & Shivani Kapoor

From bas-reliefs at the My Son Temple, Indian researchers Swati Chemburkar and Shivani Kapoor retrace the presence of an ascetic...

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Language: English

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Apsara Authority Guidelines

by Khun-Neay Khuon

Principles for the preservation of Angkor Archeological Park, issued by The Apsara Authority when the Khmer Temples site entered the...

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Languages: English, Khmer

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Les habitants d'Angkor, thèse de doctorat

by Fabienne Luco

Conclusions d'une vaste these d'anthrophologie sociale et d'ethnologie presentant "une lecture dans l’espace et dans le temps des inscriptions sociales...

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Language: French

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The Legend of Apsara Mera

by Suppya Nut

Detailed analysis of Princess Norodom Buppha Devi’s choreography for the Royal Ballet of Cambodia. Behind the dance compositions, a whole...

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Language: English

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Water Management in Angkor

by Collective

An archeological approach of the water resources in Angkorian times. Saving and keeping water for a growing population, a challenge...

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Language: English

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La religion des Cambodgiens

by Fabienne Luco

A clear and concise essay on Buddhism Theravada as it is followed in Cambodia.

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Language: French

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The Khmer Dance Project

by Suppya Nut
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Language: English

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Is Angkor Wat a 12th-century Facebook?

by Andrew Buncombe

"They stand and stare like silent sentinels, sensuous rather than erotic, carved with elegance and care. But exactly who are...

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Language: English

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The Angkorian Palimpsest

by Fabienne Luco

Daily Life of Villagers Living on a World Heritage Site: Angkor in Cambodia.

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Language: English

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Economie, sociologie et pouvoir / La société cambodgienne (1863-1886)

by Maurice Comte

The masterful work of French economist and sociologist Maurice Comte explores the post-Angkor and post-Cambodian Dark Ages era, prelude to...

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Language: French

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Inventory of French Doctoral Dissertations on Southeast Asia

by Annabel Vallard

From architecture to philosophy, all the PhD dissertations inscribed to the French Academic Registry since year 2000. Related to the...

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Languages: English, French

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Matching Statues and Pedestals

by Anthony Kuhn

Apart from the legal aspect in terms of international laws and protection of the Cambodian cultural heritage, the return of...

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Language: English

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La Route Sacrée/Sacred Road to Angkor

by Catherine Vanesse

From Phimai (Isan Province, Thailand) to Angkor, 225 km graced by Khmer Temples and ancient buildings. 

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Languages: English, French

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The Land of The White Elephant / Part 1

by Frank Vincent

First travel account by an American citizen through the lands of Burma, Siam, Cambodia and Cochin-China, Frank Vincent Jun.'s book...

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Language: English

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The Land of The White Elephant / Part 2

by Frank Vincent

First travel account by an American citizen through the lands of Burma, Siam, Cambodia and Cochin-China, Frank Vincent Jun.'s book...

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Dancing architecture at Angkor: ‘Halls with dancers’ in Jayavarman VII's temples

by Swati Chemburkar

Who were the dancers at Jayavarman VII's court? What was the social status of these highly skilled and sophisticated women...

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Language: English

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Le Cambodge

by Etienne Aymonier

Seminal essay on Cambodia, the land, its people and its history. Then director of the Ecole Coloniale, Etienne Aymonier was...

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Language: French

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Le Cambodge, Part II

by Etienne Aymonier
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Language: French

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Le Cambodge, Part III

by Etienne Aymonier
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Language: French

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Khmer Ceremonies Around The Year, Part I

by Éveline Porée-Maspero

The first and only attempt to a summary of the major religious and cultural celebrations in Cambodia

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Language: French

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Khmer Ceremonies Around The Year, Part II

by Éveline Porée-Maspero

The first and only attempt to a summary of the major religious and cultural celebrations in Cambodia

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Language: French

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The CKS Library, Wat Damnak, Siem Reap

by Marie Eiriksson

Set amongst Wat Damnak serene gardens, the most comprehensive library in Siem Reap

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Language: English

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Angkorian Grandeur & Post-Colonial Cambodia (1953-1970)

by Michael S. Falser

Angkorian legacy played a central part in the building of national identity and cultural fabric of independent Cambodia.

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Language: English

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Dance as Devotion

by Chloe Calderon Chotrani

Indic Influences on Dance as Devotion in Angkor

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Louis Delaporte, un amoureux de l'Orient

by Elisabeth Grillo-Nicolini

A short evocation of French explorer and artist Louis Delaporte, one of the pioneers in collecting and documenting Ancient Khmer art.

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Language: French

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Bernard Philippe Groslier, A Biography

by Elizabeth Moore

Bernard Philippe Groslier (1926-1986), a formidable figure in the history of Angkorian studies.

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Language: English

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On Zhou Daguan's Customs of Cambodia

by Paul Eugène Pelliot

Foreword of Paul Pelliot's translation of the 13th century account on Angkor by Chinese diplomat Zhou Daguan.

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Languages: French, Chinese

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Khmer Religion

by Anne Hansen

Entry in the International Encyclopedia of Religion, 2d edition

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Language: English

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Chinese Ceramics at Angkor

by Aedeen Cremin

Tomb excavations around Angkor and Phnom Kulen areas show a persistent presence of ceramic objects imported from China.

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Language: English

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