A major study on regional and global trade historic phases, their impact on development of polities and kingdoms around 1th-16th...
Adventurer and gifted explorer William Dampier's view on early Southeast Asia
One of the first published travel accounts from French explorers at the end of the 19th century, with hunting anecdotes...
A European woman's view on Southeast Asia at the turn of the 20th century
A dazzling, poignant journey through Cambodia's modern history and the 'Stories in Stones' told by Angkor.
The Description of Chenla in Chinese sources (in particularly Zhou Daguan) as seen by a French Orientalist
The goddesses and women of Angkor.Scholarly, artistic and literary musings in the realm of devatas and apsaras.
A thorough study of the female figures "inhabiting" Angkor Wat leads the author to novel considerations about the symbolic and...
Relations between genders are one of the areas in which a distinctive Southeast Asian pattern exists.
An engrossing novel set in an Indochinese plantation in the 1910s, with an unforgettable visit to Angkor and the Bayon.
"Harmony, gentleness and endearment" in Khmer statuary and sculptural art.
Aesthetical and symbolical outlook on Birds in Southeast Asian cultures.
A symbolist and powerful novel set in an imaginary Angkorean palace.
The first study addressing the place of women in Cambodian history, or what lays behind the Apsara Smile.
Physical beauty and the decay of the human body, a major topic in Buddhist meditation.
The written account that decades later inspired a best-selling book and a Hollywood musical is nevertheless a valuable document for...
A particular example of Brahmanist-Muslim syncretism in modern Southeast Asia, and what it tells us about the ancient Cham civilization
First Khmer translation of George Groslier's 1913 essay: 'Cambodian Dancers, Ancient and Modern' (Danseuses cambodgiennes, anciennes et modernes).