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Volume 14, 2010

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Individual articles, Volume 14


Ian Brown
"Death and Disease in the Prisons of Colonial Burma" (Abstract)

 

Penny Edwards 
"Bitter Pills:  Colonialism Medicine and Nationalism in Burma, 1870-1940" (Abstract)

 

Chie Ikeya 
"The Scientific and Hygienic Housewife-and-Mother:  Education, Consumption and the Discourse of Domesticity" (Abstract)

 

Atsuko Naono 
"Inoculators, the Indigenous Obstacle to Vaccination in Colonial Burma" (Abstract)

 

Mandy Sadan

"Syphilis and the Kachin Regeneration Campaign, 1937-38" (Abstract)

 

Maitrii Aung-Thwin 
"Healing, Rebellion, and the Law: Ethnologies of Medicine in Colonial Burma, 1928-1932" (Abstract)

 

Guillaume Rozenberg 
"The Alchemist and His Ball" (Abstract)

 

Christian Lammerts 
"Notes on Burmese Manuscripts:  Text and Images" (Abstract)

 

Catherine Raymond 
"The Seven Weeks:  A 19th-Century Burmese Palm-Leaf Manuscript" (Abstract)


Individual Archived Volumes

Volume 13, 2009

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Individual articles, Volume 13


Alexey Kirichenko
"From Ava to Mandalay: Toward Charting the Development of Burmese Yazawin Traditions" (Abstract)

 

Andrew Huxley
"Three Nineteenth-Century Law Book Lists: Burmese Legal History from the Inside" (Abstract)

 

Ralph Isaacs
"Rockets and Ashes: Pongyibyan as Depicted in Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century European Sources" (Abstract)


Volume 12, 2008

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Individual articles, Volume 12

Pranke, Patrick
"'Bodawpaya's Madness': Monastic Accounts of King Bodawpaya's Conflict with the Burmese Sangha, Part One" (Abstract)

 

Lu, Hsin-chun Tasaw
"Festivalizing Thingyan, Negotiating Ethnicity: Burmese Chinese Migrants in Taiwan" (Abstract)

 

Myint Zan
"Legal Education in Burma since the mid-1960s" (Abstract)

 


Volume 11, 2007

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Individual articles, Volume 11

Aurore Candier
"A Norm of Burmese Kingship? The Concept of Raza-dhamma through Five Konbaung Period Texts" (Abstract)

 

Stephen L. Keck
"It Has Now Passed For Ever Into Our Hands’: Lord Curzon and the Construction of Imperial Heritage in Colonial Burma" ( Abstract)

 

Justin McDaniel
"Two Bullets in a Balustrade: How the Burmese Have Been Removed from Northern Thai Buddhist History" (Abstract)

 


Volume 10, 2006

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Individual articles, Volume 10

Alexandra Green
"Deep Change? Burmese Wall Paintings from the Eleventh to the Nineteenth
Centuries" (Abstract)

 

Chie Ikeya
"The 'Traditional' High Status of Women in Burma: A Historical Reconsideration" (Abstract)

 

Yin Ker
"Modern Burmese Painting According to Bagyi Aung Soe" (Abstract)

Jacques P. Leider
"Specialists for Ritual, Magic, and Devotion: The Court Brahmins (Punna) of the Konbaung Kings
(1752–1885)" (Abstract)

 


Volume 9, 2005

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Individual articles, Volume 9

Anna Allott
"Professor U Pe Maung Tin (1888-1973): The Life and Work of an Outstanding Burmese Scholar" (Abstract)

 

Alan Saw U
"Professor U Pe Maung Tin: A Gentle Genius, A Meek Master" (Abstract)

 

Denise Bernot
"U Pe Maung Tin — Researcher, Scholar, Pedagogue: His Contribution to Burmese Studies in France" (Abstract)

 

U Tun Aung Chain
"Glass Palace Revisited" (Abstract)

 

Tilman Frasch
"Notes on Dipavamsa: An Early Publication by U Pe Maung Tin" (Abstract)

 

Jacques P. Leider
"Text, Lineage, and Tradition in Burma: The Struggle for Norms and Religious Legitimacy Under King," Bodawphaya (1782-1819) (Abstract)

 

Patricia M. Herbert
"U Pe Maung Tin Bibliography" (Abstract)

 


Volume 8, 2004

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Individual articles, Volume 8

Susanne Prager
"The Coming of the “Future King": Burmese Minlaung Expectations Before and During the Second World War" (Abstract)

 

Megan Clymer
"Min Ko Naing, "Conqueror of Kings": Burma’s Student Prisoner" (Abstract)

 

Emma Larkin
"The Self-conscious Censor: Censorship in Burma under the British 1900–1939" (Abstract)

 


Volume 7, 2003

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Individual articles, Volume 7

Helen James
"Adoniram Judson and the Creation of a Missionary Discourse in Pre-Colonial Burma" (Abstract)

 

Hans-Bernd Zöllner
"Germans in Burma, 1837–1945" (Abstract)

 

Saw Tun
"A Preliminary Study of Burmese Prophetic Sayings" (Abstract)

 

Jessica Harriden
"Making a Name for Themselves: Karen Identity and the Politicization of Ethnicity in Burma" (Abstract)

 


Volume 6, 2002

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Individual articles, Volume 6

Wil O. Dijk
"The Voc in Burma: 1634–1680" (Abstract)

 

Juliane Schober
"Venerating the Buddha's Remains in Burma: From Solitary Practice to the Cultural Hegemony of Communities" (Abstract)

 

Michael Martin
"A Glimpse into the Traditional Martial Arts in Burma" (Abstract)

 


Volume 5, 2001

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Individual articles, Volume 5

Kei Nemoto
"The Concepts of Dobama ("Our Burma") and Thudo-bama ("Their Burma") in Burmese Nationalism, 1930–1948" (Abstract)

 

Marilyn Longmuir
"Yenangyaung and its Twinza: The Burmese Indigenous "Earth-Oil" Industry Re-examined" (Abstract)

 

Maria Serena I. Diokno
"An Annotated Bibliography of Articles on the Burmese Peasantry from the Journal of the Burma Research Society, 1911–1970" (Abstract)

 

Helen James
"The Fall of Ayutthaya: A Reassessment" (Abstract)

 


Volume 4, 2000

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Individual articles, Volume 4

Donald M. Seekins
"The North Wind and the Sun: Japan's Response to the Political Crisis in Burma, 1988–1998" (Abstract)

 

Charlotte Reith
"Pottery in the Chin Hills" (Abstract)

 

Julian Wheatley, with San San Hnin Tun
"Languages in Contact: The Case of English and Burmese" (Abstract)

 

Jack Daulton
"Sariputta and Moggallana in the Golden Land: The Relics of the Buddha's Chief Disciples at the Kaba Aye Pagoda" (Abstract)

 


Volume 3, 1999

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Individual articles, Volume 3

Michael W. Charney
"Rise of a Mainland Trading State: Rahkaing Under the Early Mrauk-U Kings, c. 1430–1603" (Abstract)

 

Oliver B. Pollak
"Robert Talbot Kelly and 'Picturesque' Burma" (Abstract)

 

Marilyn Longmuir
"Footnote to Burmese Economic History: The Rise and Decline of the Arakan Oil Fields"(Abstract)

 

L.E. Bagshawe
"Kingship in Pagan Wundauk U Tin’s 'Myan-Ma-Min-Ok-Chok-Pon-Sa-Dan'" (Abstract)


 


Volume 2, 1998

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Sun Laichen
"Chinese Historical Sources on Burma: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Works" (Abstract)

Sun Laichen's unique and valuable 100-plus page bibliography includes:
Bibliography
An annotated list of 135 Chinese primary sources on Burma from the pre-Tang through the Qing periods, complete with author-title index.
Introduction
An introductory discussion of the availability and recent uses of these sources.
List
A list of introductions and collections of Chinese historical sources on Southeast Asia.
Other
A list of Burmese, Chinese, English, French, and Japanese historical works on Burma that utilize the Chinese primary sources. Chinese names and book titles are shown in Chinese characters and in roman transcription.

"This annotated bibliography represents a tremendous amount of work and should be consulted by anyone interested in Sino-Burmese relations. Excellent and helpful." - Charles P. Giersch (University of Puget Sound)

"The paper is indeed an excellent introduction to the Chinese sources on Burma, unlike anything so far available in English, or even in Chinese." - Geoffrey Wade (University of Hong Kong)

"[A] very impressive work. No need to say, it will be most useful to many scholars working on China, Burma, and other countries in Southeast Asia." - Sylvie Pasquet (Etudes chinoises, CNRS, Paris)


Volume 1, 1997

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Individual articles, Volume 1

Andrew Huxley
"The Importance of the Dhammathats In Burmese Language and Culture" (Abstract)

 

Richard Cooler
"Sacred Buildings for An Arid Climate: Architectural Evidence for Low Rainfall in Ancient Pagan" (Abstract)

 

Charlotte Reith
"Comparison of Three Pottery Villages: Shan State Burma" (Abstract)

 

Anna Allott
"Half a Century of Publishing in Mandalay: The Ludu Kyi-Bwa-Yay Press" (Abstract)

 

Saw Tun
"The Development of Political Themes in Minthuwun's Poetry" (Abstract)