Authors: Bonnie Pacala Brereton, Paul A. Lavy and Wesley Clarke, Donald Stadtner, Patricia Cheesman, Vitthya Vejjajiva, Paisarn Piemmettawat, Joachim Bautze, Paul Michael Taylor, Hiram Woodward, Peera Panarut and Volker Grabowsky, Ken Kirigaya, Piriya Krairiksh, John Listopad, Paisarn Piemmettawat, Peter Koret, Nicolas Revire and Stephen A. Murphy, Sarasin Viraphol, Maitree Limpichart, Emma C. Bunker and Douglas Latchford, Chetana Nagavajara, Benedict R. O’G. Anderson, and Naengnoi Suksri, Narisa Chakrabongse, and Thanit Limpabandhu
Publisher : The Siam Society
Year : 2015
Journal of the Siam Society Volume 103 by The Siam Society
The Siam Society, under Royal Patronage, is one of Thailand’s oldest and most active learned organization. The object of the Society is to investigate and to encourage the arts and sciences in Thailand and neighboring countries.
Since the Society established its Journal in 1904, it has become one of the leading scholarly publications in South-East Asia. The Journal is international in outlook, carrying original articles of enduring value in English.
The article in this issue includes:
- Preserving Temple Murals in Isan: Wat Chaisi, Sawatthi Village, Khon Kaen, as a Sustainable Model by Bonnie Pacala Brereton
- Integrating the Phong Tuek Visnu: The Archaeology and Art History of a Forgotten Image by Paul A. Lavy and Wesley Clarke
- Rajadhiraj’s Rangoon Relics and a Mon Funerary Stupa by Donald Stadtner
- A New Method of Classification for Tai Textiles by Patricia Cheesman
- Siam’s Old Singapore Ties by Vitthya Vejjajiva
- Siam Through the Lens of John Thomson 1865-1866: A Photo Essay by Paisarn Piemmettawat
- Emil Groote, Court Photographer to Three Kings of Siam by Joachim Bautze – Thailand’s ‘Chow Pah Negritos’ (Maniq) in 1897 and 1899: Smithsonian Records of W. L. Abbott’s Expeditions to the Trang-Phatthalung Border Highlands by Paul Michael Taylor
- Bangkok Kingship: The Role of Sukhothai by Hiram Woodward
- Overview of Thai Manuscripts at the Nordsee Museum (Nissenhaus) in Husum, Germany by Peera Panarut and Volker Grabowsky
- The Early Syam and Rise of Mäng Mao: Western Mainland Southeast Asia in the ‘Tai Century’ by Ken Kirigaya
- Lan Na under Burma: A ‘Dark Age’ in Northern Thailand? by Ken Kirigaya
- Review articles on John Guy, Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia by Piriya Krairiksh and John Listopad – Reviews of books by Paisarn Piemmettawat, Peter Koret, Nicolas Revire and Stephen A. Murphy, Sarasin Viraphol, Maitree Limpichart, Emma C. Bunker and Douglas Latchford, Chetana Nagavajara, Benedict R. O’G. Anderson, and Naengnoi Suksri, Narisa Chakrabongse, and Thanit Limpabandhu.
- Obituaries of Ronald Duane Renard and Grant Evans