"The ethnographer notebooks" in Cambodia, 2015-2017
The prehistory of cultural and commercial exchanges across the South China Sea and mainland Southeast Asia.
Trade and maritime rivalries during the 11th century.
The fascinating interaction between Mon-Khmer and Austronesian languages or dialects through the ages.
Where did Angkor get horses from?
With a map of "Indochina", an expanded version of Pere Bouillevaux's 1858 book.
Mainly based on Chinese sources and local inscriptions, the formidable study on the Kingdom of Champa and what it tells...
How a constellation of tribes and linguistic systems derivating from Bronze and Iron Ages led to the Angkor civilization.
50 kms from the city of Hoi An, My Sơn is the largest and most important of Champa’s religious architectural...
Power struggle and ethnic minorities in pre-colonial Southeast Asia, and in particular across the Mekong Delta.
The reference travelogue of Ma Huan, interperter and translator with Zheng He's flotilla: how China saw the world in the...