Conceptions of State and Kingship in Southeast Asia

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THE CORNELL UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST ASIA PROGRAM

The Southeast Asia Program was organized at Cornell University in the Department of Far Eastern Studies (now the Department of Asian Studies) in 1950. It is a teaching and research program of interdisciplinary studies in the humanities, social sciences, and some natural sciences. It deals with Southeast Asia as a region, and with the individual countries of the area: Burma, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaya, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The activities of the Program are carried on both at Cornell and in Southeast Asia. They include an undergraduate and graduate curriculum at Cornell which provides instruction by specialists in Southeast Asian cultural history and presentday affairs, and offers intensive training in each of the major languages of the area. The Program sponsors group research projects on Thailand, on Indonesia, on the Philippines, and on the area's Chinese minorities. At the same time, individual staff and students of the Program have done field research in every Southeast Asian country.

A list of publications relating to Southeast Asia which may be obtained on prepaid order directly from the Program office is given at the end of this volume. Information on the Program staff, fellowships, requirements for degrees, and current course offerings will be found in an Announcement of the Department of Asian Studies, obtainable from the Director, Southeast Asia Program, Franklin Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

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  • The Cornell University Southeast Asia Program ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Macrocosmos and Microcosmos 1
  • The Capital as the Magic Center of Empire 3
  • The Capital of Burma 3
  • Cosmic Roles of King, Court and Government 5
  • Survival of Traditions 6
  • A Few Books and Articles Pertaining to the Subject 11
  • Cornell University Southeast Asia Program 15
  • Cornell University Southeast Asia Program 16
  • In Print 17
  • Out of Print 20
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