The Khoom Script, in its diverse versions, among Thai and Lao manuscripts.
Cultural and geographical variations of the Theravada liturgy, chanting and rituals in Southeast Asia.
The south- and east-bound Thai expansion considered by a renowned linguist.
A 2010 essay on the tensions between Cambodia and Thailand regarding the iconic Preah Vihear Khmer temple.
Where was located Chên Li Fu, a Gulf of Siam State under Khmer influence around the years 1200-1250?
The colossal Buddhas of central Thailand temples and their significance in the evolution of regional Buddhism during the 7th and...
New findings on regional kingdoms with links to Funan, Angkor and the development and collapse of the Khmer Empire.
In modern Laos and Thailand, Khmer art of building and sculpting is still highly visible
The major Khmer archeological sites on Thailand territory listed and briefly commented.
Revisiting the Pong Tuk site in West-Central Thailand, initially explored by G. Coedes (1927) and H. G. Quaritch Wales (1936).
A useful summary of archeological research in Northeastern Thailand at the end of the 1950s
A documented argument of the 'Fall of Angkor'.
The prestigious publication in Thai and Southeast Asian studies now online.