Conceptions of State and Kingship in Southeast Asia

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CORNELL UNIVERSITY SOUTHEAST ASIA PROGRAM

The papers listed here have been issued irregularly since 1951 in processed format by the Cornell Southeast Asia Program or by research projects associated with the Program. These series are designed to provide materials on Southeast Asia which should be made available promptly and not be delayed by publication in more permanent form; which are explicitly tentative or provisional in character, but which may elicit helpful criticisms or suggestions to be incorporated in a later publication; which may not be suitable for either ultimate journal or monograph publication because of length, the nature of the data, or other reasons; or which, as in the case of translated or reprinted materials, may not be readily accessible to teachers, scholars or others interested in the area. Suggestions for additional numbers will be welcomed.

Some papers have been reissued because of a constant demand. Others will be reissued when the demand warrants. For this reason, as well as to provide some impression of the character of the materials which the Program is interested in issuing in this form, the following lists include a section giving titles which are currently out of print.

All Southeast Asia Program Data Papers still in print are obtainable from the Southeast Asia Program, 100 Franklin Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, at the prices indicated, ordinary postage free. All Cornell Modern Indonesia Project Papers can be obtained from the Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, 102 West Avenue, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. The papers should be paid for in advance, preferably by check or money order made out to the Southeast Asia Program or to the Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, depending on where the papers are ordered. Institutions or individuals may wish to place a standing order for all papers to be sent to them as soon as they are issued; in this case the recipient will be billed after the papers are sent. In view of the high production cost of these publications, no trade or other discount can be allowed. Readers may also have their names placed on a mailing list to receive announcements of papers as they are issued.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • 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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