Thailand Table of Contents
Akin, Rabibhadana. The Organization of Thai Society in the
     Early Bangkok Period, 1782-1873. (Southeast Asia
     Program, Data Paper, No. 74.) Ithaca: Department of Asian
     Studies, Cornell University, 1969.

Allen, Richard. A Short Introduction to the History and
     Politics of Southeast Asia. New York: Oxford University
     Press, 1970.

Alsop, Joseph. "Rewriting Human History," Washington
     Post, September 8, 1975, A26.

Asian Development Bank. Southeast Asia's Economy in the
     1970s. New York: Praeger, 1971.

Bastin, John, and Harry J. Benda. A History of Modern
     Southeast Asia: Colonialism, Nationalism, and
     Decolonization. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey:
     Prentice-Hall, 1968.

Batson, Benjamin A. (ed.). Siam's Political Future: Documents
     from the End of the Absolute Monarchy. (Southeast Asia
     Program, Data Paper, No. 96.) Ithaca: Department of Asian
     Studies, Cornell University, 1974.

Benda, Harry J., and John Larkin, with Sidney L. Mayer. The
     World of Southeast Asia: Selected Historical Readings.
     New York: Harper and Row, 1967.

Benedict, Ruth F. Thai Culture and Behavior. (Southeast
     Asia Program, Data Paper, No. 4.) Ithaca: Department of
     Asian Studies, Cornell University, 1952.

Berrigan, Darrell. "Thailand: New Cast, Same Play,"
     Reporter, No. 17, November 28, 1957, 12-14.

------. "Thailand: Phibun Tries Prachathipatai,"
     Reporter, No. 14, June 14, 1956, 30-34.

Bowie, Theodore (ed.). The Arts of Thailand.
     Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1960.

Bowring, John. The Kingdom and the People of Siam. (2
     Vols.) London: John W. Parker, 1857.

Briggs, Lawrence P. "The Appearance and Historical Usage of the
     Terms Tai, Thai, Siamese, and Lao," Journal of the
     American Oriental Society, 69, April-June 1949, 60-73.

Bruce, Helen. Nine Temples of Bangkok. Bangkok: Progress
     Books, 1960.

Buchanan, Keith. The Southeast Asian World: An Introductory
     Essay. Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, Doubleday,

Bunnag, Tej. The Provincial Administration of Siam,
     1892-1915: The Ministry of Interior under Prince
     Ranajubhab. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press,

Cadet, J.M. The Ramakien: The Thai Epic. Tokyo: Kodansha
     International, 1970.

Cady, John F. Southeast Asia: Its Historical
     Development. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964.

Chandran Mohandas Jeshurun. The Contest for Siam 1889-1902: A
     Study in Diplomatic Rivalry. Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit
     University Kebangsaan Malaysia, 1977.

Charnvit Kasetsiri. The Rise of Ayudhya: A History of Siam in
     the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Kuala Lumpur:
     Oxford University Press, 1976.

Chatthip Nartsupha, and Suthy Prasartset (eds.).
     Socio-Economic Institutions and Cultural Change in Siam,
     1851-1910: A Documentary Survey. (Southeast Asian
     Perspectives Series, No. 4.) Singapore: Institute of
     Southeast Asian Studies, 1977.

Chula Chakrabongse. Lords of Life: The Paternal Monarchy of
     Bangkok, 1782-1932. New York: Taplinger, 1960.

Coedès, Georges. The Indianized States of Southeast
     Asia. Honolulu: East-West Center Press, 1968.

------. The Making of South East Asia. Berkeley and Los
     Angeles: University of California Press, 1969.

Conze, Edward. The Buddhist Wisdom Books. London: Allen
     and Unwin, 1958.

Crozier, Brian. South-East Asia in Turmoil.
     Harmondsworth, Middlesex, United Kingdom: Penguin, 1968.

Darling, Frank C. "Marshal Sarit and Absolutist Rule in Thai-
     land," Pacific Affairs [Vancouver], 33, December
     1960, 347-60.

------. "Modern Politics in Thailand," Review of
     Politics, 24, April 1962, 163-82.

------. Thailand and the United States. Washington:
     Public Affairs Press, 1965.

------. "Thailand in 1977: The Search for Stability and
     Progress," Asian Survey, 18, No. 2, February 1978,

Dhani Nivat. "The Old Siamese Conception of the Monarchy,"
     Journal of the Siam Society [Bangkok], 36, 1947,

Direk, Jayanama. Siam and World War II. Bangkok: Social
     Science Association of Thailand Press, n.d.

Donner, Wolf. The Five Faces of Thailand: An Economic
     Geography. (Institute of Asian Affairs, Hamburg.) New
     York: St. Martin's Press, 1978.

Engel, David M. Law and Kingship in Thailand During the Reign
     of King Chulalongkorn. Ann Arbor: University of
     Michigan Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, 1975.

Fifield, Russell H. The Diplomacy of Southeast Asia:
     1945-1958. New York: Harper and Row, 1958.

Frederic, Louis. The Art of Southeast Asia: Temples and 
     Sculpture. New York: Abrams, 1965.

Girling, John L.S. Thailand: Society and Politics.
     Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1981.

Graham, Walter A. Siam. (2 Vols, 2d ed.) London:
     Alexander Moring, 1924.

Hall. D.G.E. A History of South-East Asia. (2d ed.)
     London: Macmillan, 1964.

Hanks, Lucien M. "Merit and Power in the Thai Social Order,"
     American Anthropologist, 64, No. 6, December 1962,

Hearn, Robert (ed.). A Guide to Research Materials on
     Thailand and Laos. Auburn, New York: Asia Library
     Services, 1977.

Heine-Geldern, Robert G. Conceptions of State and Kingship in
     Southeast Asia. (Southeast Asia Program, Data Paper,
     No. 18.) Ithaca: Department of Asian Studies, Cornell
     University, 1956.

Higham, Charles, and Amphan Kijngam. "Ban-Chiang and Northeast
     Thailand--Palaeoenvironment and Economy," Journal of
     Archaelogical Science, 6, No. 3, September 1979,

Ho Kwon Ping. "Thailand's Broken Ricebowl," Far Eastern
     Economic Review [Hong Kong], 102, No. 48, December 1,
     1978, 40-46.

Ingram, James C. Economic Change in Thailand, 1850-1970.
     Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1971.

Insor, D. Thailand: A Political, Social, and Economic
     Analysis. New York: Praeger, 1963.

Ishii, Yoneo (ed.). Thailand: A Rice-Growing Society.
     (Monographs of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto
     University.) Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1978.

Jones, Robert R. Thai Titles and Ranks: Including a
     Translation of Traditions of Royal Lineage in Siam by King
     Chulalongkorn. (Southeast Asia Program, Data Paper, No.
     81.) Ithaca: Department of Asian Studies, Cornell
     University, 1971.

Keyes, Charles F. Thailand: Buddhist Kingdom as Modern
     Nation-State. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1987.

Kirk, Donald. Wider War: The Struggle for Cambodia, Thailand,
     and Laos. New York: Praeger, 1971.

Kunstadter, Peter (ed.). Southeast Asian Tribes, Minorities,
     and Nations. (2 Vols.) Princeton: Princeton University
     Press, 1967.

Lebar, Frank M., et al. Ethnic Groups of Mainland Southeast
     Asia. New Haven, Connecticut: Human Relations Area
     Files Press, 1964.

Lent, John A. (ed.). The Asian Newspapers' Reluctant
     Revolution. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1971.

Lester, Robert C. Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia.
     Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1973.

McAlister, John T. (ed.). Southeast Asia: The Politics of
     National Integration. New York: Random House, 1973.

Malalasekera, G.P. "Theravada Buddhism." Pages 161-94 in Ismail
     R. al Faruqi (ed.), Historical Atlas of the Religions of
     the World. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

Martin, James V., Jr. "Thai-American Relations in World War II,"
     Journal of Asian Studies, 22, No. 4, August 1963,

Mills, Lennox A. Southeast Asia: Illusion and Reality in
     Politics and Economics. Minneapolis: University of
     Minnesota Press, 1964.

Moffat, Abbot Low. Mongkut: The King of Siam. Ithaca:
     Cornell University Press, 1961.

Morrison, Charles E., and Astri Suhrke. Strategies of
     Survival: The Foreign Policy Dilemmas of Smaller Asian
     States. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979.

Moseley, George V.H. The Consolidation of the South China
     Frontier. (Center for Chinese Studies, University of
     California.) Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of
     California Press, 1973.

Murti, T.R.V. The Central Philosophy of Buddhism.
     London: Allen and Unwin, 1955.

Niksch, Larry A. "Thailand in 1981: the Prem Government Feels the
     Heat," Asian Survey, 22, No. 2, February 1982, 191-

Panikkar, K.M. Asia and Western Dominance. New York:
     Collier Books, 1969.

Peterson, Alec. "Britain and Siam: The Latest Phase," Pacific
     Affairs [Vancouver], 19, December 1946, 364-372.

Punyaratabandhu-Bhakdi, Suchitra. "Thailand in 1982: General
     Arthit Takes Center Stage." Asian Survey, 23, No.
     2, February 1983, 172-77.

------. "Thailand in 1983: Democracy, Thai Style." Asian
     Survey, 24, no. 2, February 1984, 187-94.

Ramsay, Ansil. "Thailand 1978: Kriangsak--the Thai Who Binds."
     Asian Survey, 19, no. 2, February 1979, 104-14.

Rawson, Phillip. The Art of Southeast Asia. London:
     Thames and Hudson, 1967.

Riggs, Fred W. Thailand: The Modernization of a Bureaucratic
     Polity. Honolulu: East-West Center Press, 1966.

Robinson, Warren C. "Economic Policy and Population Change in
     Thailand," World Development [Oxford], 6, Nos. 11-
     12, 1978, 1261-69.

Salmony, Alfred. Sculpture in Siam. New York: Harker Art
     Books, 1972.

Sarasin, Viraphol. Sino-Siamese Trade, 1652-1853.
     Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1977.

Seidenfaden, Eric. The Thai Peoples, I: The Origins and
     Habitats of the Thai Peoples with a Sketch of Their Material
     and Spiritual Culture. Bangkok: Siam Society, 1958.

Shaplen, Robert. Time Out of Hand: Revolution and Reaction in
     Southeast Asia. New York: Harper and Row, 1969.

Sharp, Lauriston, and Lucien M. Hanks. Bang Chan: Social
     History of a Rural Community in Thailand. Ithaca:
     Cornell University Press, 1978.

Siffin, William J. The Thai Bureaucracy: Institutional Change
     and Development. Honolulu: East-West Center Press,

Silpa, Bhirasri. Thai Architecture and Painting. (4th
     ed.). Bangkok: National Culture Institute, 1956.

Skinner, George William. Chinese Society in Thailand: An
     Analytical History. Ithaca: Cornell University Press,

Skinner, George William, and A. Thomas Kirsch (eds.). Change
     and Persistence in Thai Society: Essays in Honor of
     Lauriston Sharp. Ithaca: Cornell University Press,

Smith, Bardwell L. (ed.). Religion and Legitimation of Power
     in Thailand, Laos, and Burma. (South and Southeast Asia
     Studies.) Chambersburg, Pennsylvania: Anima Books, 1978.

Smith, Harold E. Historical and Cultural Dictionary of
     Thailand. (Historical and Cultural Dictionaries of
     Asia, No. 6.) Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1976.

Solheim, Wilhelm G. "New Light on a Forgotten Past," National
     Geographic Magazine, 139, No. 3, March 1971, 330-39.

Steinberg, David Joel (ed.). In Search of Southeast Asia: A
     Modern History. New York: Praeger, 1971.

Tarling, Nicholas. A Concise History of Southeast Asia.
     New York: Praeger, 1966.

Textor, Robert B. "Cultural Futures for Thailand: An Ethnographic
     Enquiry," Futures, 10, October 1978, 347-60.

Thak Chaloemtiarana. "Reflections on the Sarit Regime and the
     Process of Political Change in Thailand: Some Conceptual and
     Theoretical Reassessments," Southeast Asian
     Studies, 16, No. 3, December 1978, 400-10.

Thamsook Numnonda. Thailand and the Japanese Presence, 1941-
     45. (Research Notes and Discussions Series, No. 6.)
     Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, October

Thompson, Virginia. "Government Instability in Siam," Far 
     Eastern Survey, 27, 1948, 185-89.

Trumbull, Robert. The Scrutable East: A Correspondent's
     Report on Southeast Asia. New York: David McKay, 1964.

Van Roy, Edward. Economic Systems of Northern Thailand:
     Structure and Change. Ithaca: Cornell University Press,

Vella, Walter F. Chaiyo: King Vajiravudh and the Development
     of Thai Nationalism. Honolulu: University Press of
     Hawaii, 1978.

------. The Impact of the West on Government in
     Thailand. (University of California Publications in
     Political Science, 4, No. 3.) Berkeley and Los Angeles:
     University of California Press, 1955.

------. Siam under Rama III, 1824-1851. (Monographs of
     the Association for Asian Studies, No. 4.) Locust Valley,
     New York: Augustin, 1957.

Von Der Mehden, Fred R. South-East Asia 1930-1970: The Legacy
     of Colonialism and Nationalism. New York: Norton, 1974.

Wales, Horace Geoffrey Quaritch. Ancient Siamese Government
     and Administration. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1934.

------. Siamese State Ceremonies. London: Bernard
     Quaritch, 1931.

Warren, William. "Out of Thai Soil an Archeological Upheaval,"
     ASIA, 4, No. 3, September-October 1981, 26-28, 52-

Wenk, Klaus. The Restoration of Thailand under Rama I,
     1782-1809. (Association for Asian Studies Monographs
     and Papers, No. 24.) Tucson: University of Arizona Press,

Werner, Jayne, et al. "October 1976: The Coup in Thailand,"
     Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 9, No. 3,
     July-September 1977, 2-51.

Wilson, David A. "The Military in Thai Politics." Pages 326-39 in
     Robert O. Tilman (ed.), Man, State, and Society in
     Contemporary Southeast Asia. New York: Praeger, 1969.

------. Politics in Thailand. Ithaca: Cornell University
     Press, 1962.

------. "Thailand." Pages 3-72 in George McTurnan Kahin (ed.),
     Governments and Politics in Southeast Asia. (2d
     ed., Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University.) Ithaca:
     Cornell University Press, 1964.

Wyatt, David K. The Politics of Reform in Thailand: Education
     in the Reign of King Chulalongkorn. (Yale Southeast
     Asia Studies, Cultural Report Series, No. 4.) New Haven:
     Yale University Press, 1969.

------. Thailand: A Short History. New Haven: Yale
     University Press, 1984.

Young, Gordon. The Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand. New
     York: AMS Press, 1982.
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