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The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society & Art -  Bruce Lockhart, & Tran Ky Phuong
The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society & Art - Bruce Lockhart, & Tran Ky Phuong
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The Cham of Vietnam:... History, Society & Art... -... Bruce Lockhart & Tran Ky Phuong (eds)... New. This book is a collection of articles re-assessing the role of the Cham in Vietnamese history. Although the Cham never established a nation state, between the third and fifteenth centuries this people, with...

The Cham of Vietnam:

History, Society & Art

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Bruce Lockhart & Tran Ky Phuong (eds)

New. This book is a collection of articles re-assessing the role of the Cham in Vietnamese history. Although the Cham never established a nation state, between the third and fifteenth centuries this people, with Malay connections overlaid with an Indianised civilisation, vied with the Vietnamese and Khmers for control of much of mainland Southeast Asia. The study of their history has been subject to different interpretations from the colonial to the revolutionary . Now that Vietnam has been able to emerge as a more confident nation state, their history can be re-assessed. The papers include

  • 1 - Colonial and Post-Colonial Constructions of "Champa" - Bruce M. Lockhart,
  • 2 - Excavations at Go Cam, Quang Nam, 2000-3: Linyi and the Emergence of the Cham Kingdom - Ian Glover and Nguyen Kim Dung,
  • 3 - Tra Kieu during the Second and Third Centuries CE: The Formation of Linyi from an Archaeological Perspective - Yamagata Mariko,
  • 4 - River Settlement and Coastal Trade: Towards a Specific Model of Early State Development in Champa - William A. Southworth,
  • 5 - "Mandala Champa" Seen from Chinese Sources - Momoki Shiro,
  • 6 - The "Account of Champa" in the Song Huiyao Jigao - Geoff Wade,
  • 7 - The Last great King of Classical Southeast Asia: "Che Bong Na" and Fourteenth Century Champa - John K. Whitmore,
  • 8 - The Significance of Ceramic Evidence for Assessing Conatacts Between Vijaya and Other Southeast Asian Polities in the Fourteenth and Fifteen Centuries CE - Allison I. Diem,
  • 9 - Vietnam-Champa Relations During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries - Danny Wong Tze Ken,
  • 10 - Viet-Cham Cultural Contacts - Tran Quoc Virong,
  • 11 - The Integral Relationship Between Hindu Temple Sculpture and Architecture: A New Approach to the Arts of Champa - Tran Ky Phuong,
  • 12 - Pan-Asian Buddhism and the Bodhisattva Cult in Champa - John Guy,
  • 13 - A Study of the Almanac of the Cham in South-Central Vietnam - Yoshimoto Yasuko,
  • 14 - Kut (Cemeteries) of the Cham in Ninh Thuan Province - Thanh Phan,
  • 15 - The Westward Expansion of Chamic Influence in Indochina: A View from Historical Linguistics - Gerard Diffloth &
  • 16 - Champa Revisited - Michael Vickery.
  • There are 94 black and white and colour illustrations, line drawings, maps and tables, notes on the contributors, a bibliography and an index. 460 pages.

Weight 0.70 Kg. Airmail postage to Asia Pacific countries: $8, to Central Asia, Europe & the Middle East: $12 and to Africa and North & South America: $18. Surface mail worldwide: $7. Postage within Malaysia is free

Published by: National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2011

Condition: New. Paperback.


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