Index of Authors
in TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies
1996-2001

Acharaporn Kamutpitsmai:NAK LEENG CULTURE. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Adams, Nel: REMEMBERING THE TAI OF THE SHAN STATE. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 143-162
Afanassieva, Yelena: baan and müang as Polysemantic Expressions for Tai key conceptions. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; p. 27-30
Afanassieva, Yelena: FOLKLORE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE NARRATIVE POEM GENRE IN THAILAND AND LAOS. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 125-131
Ambler, John:CUSTOMARY LAW AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Implications for Integrating State and Local Law in Asia. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Aroonrut Wichienkeeo: THE LUA OF LANNA: A Study from Lanna Archives. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 132-139
Aroonrut Wichienkeew:LANNA CUSTOMARY LAW. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Attwater, Roger: Livelyhood, risc and common property: Local Water Resource Management in Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 71-77
Benda-Beckmann, Franz von:PROPERTY RIGHTS PLURALISM AND DEVELOPMENT. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von:LEGAL PLURALISM. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Berlie, Jean: A Preliminary Essay on Classification, Globalisation, and New Frontiers: A Cultural Overview of the Tai. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1996; pp. 30-49
Berlie, Jean: RELIGION, fengshui AND FUNERALS OF KAM SPEAKERS IN HUNAN PROVINCE, CHINA. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 10-21
Berlie, Jean: Tai Nüa in Laos and Yunnan (China). Tai-Lao and Dai. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1997; pp. 46-56
Bilmes, Jack: Two Models of Villager-Official Relationship in Northern Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 108-118
Borthakur, S. K. and A. Gogoi: NOTES FROM BOTANIST´S RECORDS: TAI AHOMS OF ASSAM. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 55-65
Bounvay Thamamone:PALM LEAF MANUSCRIPTS ON RESCUE FROM NAROK. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Buragohain, Pratashlata: A GLIMPSE OF AHOM RITUALS. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 125-136
Buragohain, Pratashlata: Traditional Administrative Organisation of 'müang-baan TAI AHOM'. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 103-108
Buragohain, Romesh: Brahmanical Influence in the Emergence of the Ahom State in Mediaeval Assam. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1997; pp. 98-103
Cam Trong: baan-müang: A Characteristic Feature of the Tai Socio-Political System. (introductory article) In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; p. 12-26
Cam Trong: BLACK TAI MARRIAGE CUSTOMS: A LIFE LONG PROCESS. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 22-29
Cam Trong: SEACOM workshop on baan-müang 1998; (the different müang in the conception of the Tai; müang faa - müang khon; khwan baan-khwan müang; ngüak-naak; drawings of typical müang and typical baan). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 227-232
Cam Trong: WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE TAI ETHNIC GROUP´S NAMES ABOUT THEIR ORIGIN? In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 8-17
Cam Trong: What has been Achieved by Ethnology on the Tai Dam and Tai Khaao and How to Continue Research? In: TC, Vol. II, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1997; pp. 104-111
Cam Trong:xxx. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Cen Xian An: RELIGIONS AND BELIEFS OF THE CHUANG. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 137-144
Chaichuen Khamdaengyodtai:TAI LUANG (SHAN) SOCIAL VALUES AS REFLECTED IN THEIR PROVERBS, WISDOM SAYINGS, AND FOLK SONGS. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Chatthip Nartsupha and Cholthira Satyawadhna: Values, Perspectives and Directions of the "Social and Cultural History of the Tai Peoples' Project". In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 7-15
Chatthip Nartsupha and Ranoo Wichasin: The State of Knowledge of Ahom History. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 16-47
Chinphat Unthaya: ON THE TRADITION OF THE DESIGNATIONS OF THE MüANG (CHIEF TOWNS AND CITIES OF THE LAO). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 85-89
Cholthira Satyawadhna: BAN KHRUA COMMUNITY: Ethnohistory, Struggle, Resistance, and Social Movement. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 194-206
Cholthira Satyawadhna: Ethnic Inter-Relationships in the History of Lanna: Reconsidering the Lwa Role in the Lanna Scenario. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1997; pp. 6-29
Cholthira Satyawadhna: Folk Wisdom, Spirit Cults, and Power Change of the Lua and Muang at the Boe Kluea Salt Mine of Nan Province. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 121-141
Cholthira Satyawadhna: THE LUA OF NAN PAST AND PRESENT IN CONFRONTATION WITH THE THAI STATE. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 140-155
Cholthira Satyawadhna: THE AKHA STRUGGLE FOR COMMUNITY RIGHTS: An Internet Network Experience. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 156-165
Dang Nghiem Van: Religious Beliefs of the Dai and Nung. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1996; pp. 50-70
Doré, Amphay:APERÇU SUR L'ESCLAVAGE AU LAOS (XII.-XX. SIČCLES). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Editorial Board (book review): Charuwan Thammawat (ed.): nithaan kamphaa: phaap sathoon chiiwit phuu duai ôôkaat lä chaatphan samphan nai kheet usaa khannee toon klaang. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 182-183
Editorial Board (book review): Grant EVANS, Christopher HUTTON and Kuah Khun ENG (eds.): Where China Meets Southeast Asia. Social and Cultural Change in the Border Regions. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 245-246
Editorial Board (article review): Claire F. Escoffier: Les Lao en Cambodge. Une cohabitation harmonieuse? In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000
Editorial Board (book review): Charuwan Thammawat (ed.): Orphan tales: Reflections of people's lives with restricted opportunities and ethnic relationships in the middle Southeast Asian region. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 182-183
Editorial Board (book review): Charuwan Thammawat (ed.): WISDOMS OF THE LAO - THAI ISAN LANGUAGE IN THE COMMUNITIES ON THE MEKHONG BASIN. Phuumii panyaa phaasaa lao - phaasaa thai iisaan In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; p. 181
Editorial Board (book review): Charuwan Thammawat (ed.): World views and life style of Isan farmers. w ithii khwaam khit - withii chiiwit chaaonaa iisaan. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 185
Editorial Board (book review): Charuwan Thammawat : The Laos Perspective in Communities on both Sides of the Mekhong Basin. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "The Lao and Their Neighbors" Vol. V, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 2000; p. 180
Editorial Board (book review): Francois Robinne: Fils et maîtres du Lac. Relations interethniques dans l'État Shan de Birmanie. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; p. 176
Endres, Kirsten W. (book review): John Kleinen: Facing the Future, Reviving the Past: A study of social change in a Northern Vietnamese Village. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 174-175
Evans, Grant: Is Anyone Thai ROI Percent? The Sinicised Tai. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1997; pp. 12-25
Falvey, Lindsay: SELF SUFFICIENCY OR BUDDHISM? - Applied Agricultural Ethics in Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 15-34
Fessen, Helmut (book review): Andreas STURM: Die Handels- und Agrarpolitik Thailands von 1767-1932. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. III, No. 2, SEACOM Berlin, December 1998, pp. 220-222
Fukushima, Masato: ANOTHER MEANING OF MEDITATION: On the Santi Asoke Movement in Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 131-152
Genest, Serge: Culture and the Transfer of Biomedical Knowledge: Doctor-Patient Relations and Biomedical Power in Chiang Mai (Thailand). In: TC, Vol. II, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1997; pp. 30-45
Ghosh, Lipi:TAI AHOM AND THE HISTORICAL JURISPRUDENCE OF ASSAM. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Grabowsky, Volker: THE THAI ETHNIC MINORITY IN SOUTH-WESTERN CAMBODIA: Some preliminary notes. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 90-103
Grabowsky, Volker:CUSTOMARY LAW IN CHIANG KHAENG/MÜANG SING. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Grossheim, Martin:THE VIETNAMESE huong uoc. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Hasegawa, Kiyoshi: BUDDHISM AND SPIRIT CULTS AMONG THE TAI Lüü IN YUNNAN. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 32-52
Hayami, Yoko: BUDDHIST MISSIONARY PROJECT IN THE HILLS OF NORTHERN THAILAND: A Case Study from a Cluster of Karen Villages. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 53-76
Hayami, Yoko: CHALLENGES TO COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THE HILL FORESTS: State Policy and Local Contradictions. A Karen Case. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 104-131
Hirai, Kyonosuke: MAKING UP THE HOME: Modern Consumption of Northern Thai Factory Women. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 115-130
Hoang Cam:RITUAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: The Case Study of the Tai in Mai Chau District, Hoa Binh Province. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 48-63
Hohler, Reinhard (book review): Andrew FORBES and David HENLEY: Khon Muang. People and Principalities of Northern Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 242-244
Hohler, Reinhard. (book review): Grant EVANS: The Politics of Ritual and Remembrance. Laos since 1975. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000
Holm, David:AN OVERVIEW ON TAI LAW TEXTS IN SOUTHERN CHINA. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Horstmann, Alexander: JAPANESE ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND TAI CULTURE: Cultural Dynamics as Knowledge. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 8-15
Howard, Michael: Tai Textiles as Indicators for Migration and Cultural Exchange Between müang and Ethnic Groups. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 188-198
Huxley, Andrew:A THAMMASAT FROM HARIPUNJAYA. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Jaroen Compeerapap:A STEP BEYOND THE THAI TRADITIONAL MEDICINE. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Kato, Kumiko: Water Irrigation and Administration of the Tai of Sishuangpanna. (with illustrations) In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 49-70
Khun Somsii: FARANGS LEARN THAI - TO WHAT AVAIL? In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 51-54
Kwan-Isara Chatvanichkul: THE JOMTHONG CASE. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 165-168
Ladwig, Patrice (book review): Grant EVANS (ed.): LAOS. Culture and Society. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 247-248
Ladwig, Patrice: RELICS, "REPRESENTATION" AND POWER. Some Remarks on Stupas Containing Relics of the Buddha in Laos. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 70-84
Lamoon Janhom:TAI Lüü AND TAI YUAN PROVERBS AS SOURCES AND TRANSMITTERS OF TRADITIONAL LEGAL KNOWLEDGE. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Lueck, Heike (article review): Ing-Britt TRANKELL: Gender, Morality, and Commercial Spirits in Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. I, No. 2, SEACOM Berlin, December 1996, pp. 202-204
Lueck, Heike: ASPECTS OF POSSESSION IN TAI CULTURE. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 41-50
Luu, Heike (book review): John HOSKIN and Jean-Léo DUGAST: The Supernatural in Thai Life. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. II, No. 2, SEACOM Berlin, December 1997, pp. 152-154
Mayoury Ngaosyvathana and Pheuiphanh Ngaosyvathana: ENTERTAINING THE GODS. When the Chinese Opera Performs on the Hoo Kaang Premises. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 151-156
McDaniel, Matthew: HUMAN, CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY PROPERTY RIGHTS - A BASIS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE. The Akha and How They are Affected in Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 175-193
Méridat, L. (reprint): LA NOUVELLE ANNÉE LAOTIENNE. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 163-173
Mishra, Patit Paban: RAPPROCHEMENT BETWEEN THAI BUDDHISM AND INDIAN TRADITIONS. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 75-85
Ngo Duc Thinh:Customary Law. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Nguyen Duy Thieu: Relationships Between the Tai Lüü and Other Ethnic Groups in the Socio-Political System of müang Sing (northern Laos). (with Appendix). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 93-102
Nguyęn Thi Hięn:The thaen performer of the Dai as folk singer and shaman. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief, SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 34-44
Nguyęn Xuân Hięn and Trân Thi Giang Lięn: PURPLE GLUTINOUS RICE (khau kam or khau njiao dam). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 36-55
Nguyęn Xuân Hięn: Rice cultivation and village structure in North Vietnam. (with illustrations). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 172-183
Nikulin, Nikolai Ivanovich: WATER DEITIES IN THE COSMOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF THE MüANG PEOPLE OF VIETNAM. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 117-124
Nishii, Ryoko: COEXISTENCE OF RELIGIONS: Muslim and Buddhist Relationship on the West Coast of Southern Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 77-92
Nishii, Ryoko: EXPERIENCE AND CULTURAL DYNAMICS: Japanese Anthropologists on Tai Cultures (including a selected bibliography). In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 16-31
Phan Dang Nhat: The Epic “Chüang Haan”. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 140-142
Phiolavanh Louangvanna:SOME REMARKS ON THE SOM MAA RITUAL. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Phiolavanh Luangvanna: SIANG MIANG: HIS PRENATAL ORIGINS. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 132-134
Phukan, Jogen:TOWARDS AN APPROACH TO TAI AHOM LAW THROUGH THE STUDY OF TITLES REGALIA. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Pitinai Chaisaengsukkul:COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURES AND CONTENTS OF THE LANNA AND SIAMESE KINGDOMS´ ANCIENT LEGAL SYSTEMS. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Puspadhar Gogoi: Rituals Related to Rice Cultivation Among the Tai Ahom. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 158-165
Raendchen, Jana (article review): Guy DROUOT: Pouvoir et minorités ethniques au Laos. De la reconnaissance constitutionelle ŕ la participation effective á l’exercise du pouvoir. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 241-242
Raendchen, Jana (book review): Bernard FORMOSO (ed.) : Ban Amphawan et Ban Han. Le devenir de deux villages rizicoles du Nord-Est Thaďlandais. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000
Raendchen, Jana (book review): Yoneo ISHII (ed.): The Junk Trade from Southeast Asia. Translations from the Tosen Fusetsu-gaki, 1674-1723. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 176-177
Raendchen, Jana: (Book Review): Martin STUART-FOX: The Lao Kingsom of Lan Xang: Rise and Decline. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 223-226
Raendchen, Jana: On Administration and Ritual in Tai baan-müang. A Selected Bibliography. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 200-216
Raendchen, Jana: TRADITIONAL CONCEPTS OF COMMUNITY RIGHTS AND SOCIAL VALUES OF THE LAO. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 46-68
Raendchen, Oliver (book review): Hans Georg BERGER: HET BUN DAI BUN. Rituale einer glücklichen Stadt. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 244-245
Raendchen, Oliver (book review): Peter A. REICHART and Hans P. PHILIPSEN: Betel and Miang. Vanishing Thai Habits. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. I, No. 2, SEACOM Berlin, December 1996, pp. 194-196
Raendchen, Oliver and Jana Raendchen: Present State, Problems and Purpose of baan-müang Studies. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; p. 5-11
Raendchen, Oliver: BAN DON, A LAO COMMUNITY IN SOUTHERN VIETNAM. In: TC, Vol. I, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1996; pp. 66-71
Raendchen, Oliver:BIRDS IN LAO MYTHOLOGY. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 64-74
Raendchen, Oliver: Glossary of Tai Terms in Connection with baan-müang. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; p. 33-36
Raendchen, Oliver: The Tai lak: Ritual and Socio-Political Function. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 142-157
Raendchen, Oliver:THE HIIT-KHOONG CODES OF THE LAO. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Ranee Lertluamsai: Faa-khwan-müang: The Worldview of the Ancient Tai. A Study of the Tai Ahom Documents. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 48-60
Ratanaporn Sethakul: COMMUNITY RIGHTS OF THE Lüü IN CHINA, LAOS AND THAILAND: A Comparative Study. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 69-103
Ratanaporn Sethakul: Lanna History in the Lüü Chronicles. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 112-120
Ruohomäki, Olli and Stephen Sparkes: THAI-ARCHY: FIXED AND FLEXIBLE HIERARCHY IN THAILAND. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 18-35
Sai Myo Win: A FORGOTTEN PEOPLE AND ITS FUTURE HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE: The Shan Case. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 169-174
Sato, Yasuyuki: ON THE KHMER FAMILY SYSTEM IN NORTHEAST THAILAND - It’s Historical Change and Ritual Characteristics. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 104-116
Schenk-Sandbergen, Loes and Outhaki Choulamany-Khamphoui: Baan Viengxay. Beautiful Weaving for the Weir and for Subsistance. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 78-92
Schultze, Michael: LAAN SAANG or LAAN SAANG? An investigation in word meanings. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; p. 30-32
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Siraporn Nathalang: CONFLICT AND COMPROMISE BETWEEN THE INDIGENOUS BELIEFS AND BUDDHISM AS REFLECTED IN TAI-THAI RICE MYTHS. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief", SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 86-95
Siraporn Nathalang: Tai Creations Myths: Reflections of Tai Relations and Tai Cultures. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1997; pp. 53-64
Sithiporn Na Nakhornphanom: phanjaa naak - Creator and Destroyer. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 119-127
Sitthisone Xaysongkham and Jana Raendchen (book review): Wongsakd Na Chiang Mai/Udom Rungruangsri (et al.): Chao Luang Chiang Mai. (The Kings of Chiang Mai). In: TC, Vol. I, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1996; pp. 196-198
Sommai Premchit: A Cult of the City Pillar. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "baan-müang: Administration and Ritual" Vol. III, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1998; pp. 184 -187
Sompong Withayasakpan:UNWRITTEN LAW OF TAI YAI. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. VI; Special issue “Law and Values in Tai States and Southeast Asia”, SEACOM Berlin 2000
Souneth Phothisane: SOME REMARKS AND BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DATA ON LAO HISTORIOGRAPHY. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies. Vol. V, No. 1; Special issue “The Lao and their Neighbors”, SEACOM Berlin June 2000; pp. 56-69
Sparkes, Stephen: Calling the "Life Essence" of a Misubishi Pick-up. Exploring Conceptual Space in Isan Ritual. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 2; SEACOM Berlin December 1997; pp. 57-71
Sparkes, Stephen:THE UNDERGROUND LOTTERY; BUDDHISM AND THAI COSMOLOGY. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief, SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 20-33
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Stengs, Irene: INITATING THE STATE. Chulalongkorn Day at a Northern Thai spirit Medium's Residence. In: TC, Vol. IV, No. 2, Special Issue "Religion and Belief, SEACOM Berlin December 1999; pp. 6-19
Stengs, Irene and Han ten Brummelhuis: The Present State of European Thai Studies or the Impact of Globalization. [with a list of European publications]. In: TC, Vol. II, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1997; pp. 65-97
Suntariya Muanpawong: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THAI ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 35-45
Sunthorn Sripanguen: LOSS OF MON RIGHTS: A Mon Nationalist's Perspective from Sangkhlaburi. In: TAI CULTURE International Review on Tai Cultural Studies Vol. V; No. 2 (December 2000), “COMMUNITY RIGHTS IN THAILAND AND SOUTHEAST ASIA”, pp. 207-220
Suwit Theerasasawat: Trading and Commerce of the Laotian People in the Mekong River Basin From the Time of Independence to 1975. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Tai Social and Cultural History Project" Vol. III, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1998; pp. 92-111
Takagi, Ryo: INTERACTION AND POWER RELATIONS: A Village Head (kamnan) Election in Central Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 153-168
Tanabe, Shigeharu: SUFFERING AND NEGOTIATION: Spirit-Mediumship and HIV/Aids self-help groups in Northern Thailand. In: TAI CULTURE. International Review on Tai Cultural Studies: Special issue "Japanese Anthropologists and Tai Culture" Vol. IV, No. 1; SEACOM Berlin June 1999; pp. 93-114
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