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VICKERY, Michael


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I. OUVRAGES & TRAVAUX


1. Cambodia After Angkor, the Chronicular Evidence for the Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries, Yale University, Ph.D., December 1977. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Microfilms.

2. Cambodia 1975-1982, Boston, South End Press; Sydney, George Allen & Unwin, 1984.

3. Kampuchea, Politics, Economics and Society, Frances Pinter (Publishers)? London, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., Boulder, George Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1986.

4. Society, Economics and Politics in Pre-Angkor Cambodia: The 7th-8th Centuries.Tokyo.The Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies for Unesco, The Toyo Bunko, 1998.


II- CONTRIBUTION AUX OUVRAGES COLLECTIFS


1. "The Composition and Transmission of the Ayudhya and Cambodia
Chronicles", In Perceptions of the Past in Southeast Asia, ed., by Anthony Reid and David Marr, ASAA Southeast Asia Publications Series, 1979 : 130-154.

2. "Looking Back at Cambodia [1945-1974]", in Ben Kiernan and Chantou Boua, eds., Peasants and Politics in Kampuchea 1942- 1981, London, Zed Press, 1982 : 89-113.

3. "Democratic Kampuchea, Themes and Variations", in David P. Chandler and Ben Kiernan, eds., Revolution and its Aftermath in Kampuchea: Eight Essays. Monograph Series No.25,Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven, 1983 : 99-135.

4. "Phnom Penh, décembre 1984" [French adaptation of "Where defence is Still the Priority", by Serge Thion], in Cambodge histoire et enjeux: 1945-1985, L'Harmattan, Paris, 1985 : 221-226.

5. "La kremlinologie face au Cambodge" (translated by M.-Cl. Orieux), Affaires cambodgiennes 1979-1989, Asie-Débat-5, Paris L'Harmattan, 1989 : 129-35.

6. "Some Remarks on Early State Formation in Cambodia", in Southeast Asia in the 9th to14th Centuries, edited by David G. Marr and A.C. Milner, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 1986 : 95-115.

7. "Refugee Politics: The Khmer Camp System in Thailand", in David A. Ablin and Marlowe Hood, eds., The Cambodian Agony, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., New York, 1988 : 293-331.

8. "Cambodia", in Douglas Allen and Ngo Vinh Long, eds., Coming to Terms, Indochina, the United States and the War, Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, 1991 : 89-128.

9. "The Cambodian Economy: Where Has it Come From, Where is it Going?", in Indochina Economic Reconstruction and International Cooperation, edited by TsutomuMurano and Ikuo Takeuchi, Tokyo, Institute of Developing Economies, 1992 : 47-62.

10. "Cambodia", in  Joel Krieger, ed., The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, NewYork-Oxford, Oxford University Press (1993) : 106-07.

11. "What and Where was Chenla", in Recherches nouvelles sur le Cambodge. Sous la direction de F. Bizot. École française d'Extrême-Orient, Paris, 1994.

12. "Human Rights in Cambodia", with Naomi Roht-Arriaza, in Impunity and Human Rights in International Law and Practice, edited by Naomi Roht-Arriaza. New York and Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1995, chapter 18 : 243-251.

13. "Styles, Titles, and Names as Elements in Studying Khmer Inscriptions". In Symposium, Les Sources de l'Histoire du Pays Khmer, Paris, 28 June-4 July, 1993 (publication forthcoming, 1999).
 

III- ARTICLES

ASEMI : Asie du Sud-Est et du Monde Insulindien (Paris)
BCAS : Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars
BEFEO : Bulletin de l'Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient (Paris)
CSQ : Cultural Survival Quarterly
DP : Discussion Paper (Canberra)
II : Indochina Issues (Washington)
IR : Indochina report (Singapour)
JCA : Journal of Contemporary Asia
JOS : Journal of Oriental Studies
JSEAS : Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapour)
JSS : Journal of Siam Society (Bangkok)
MKS : Mon-Khmer Studies (Hawaii)
SK : Seksa Khmer, nouvelle série (Phnom-Penh)
TYPN : Thai-Yunnan Project Newsletter (Canberra)
 

1. "The Khmer Inscriptions of Tenasserim: A Reinterpretation", JSS, LXI, 1 (January 1973) : 51-70.

2. "The 2/k.125 Fragment, a Lost Chronicle of Ayutthaya", JSS LXV, 1 (January 1977) : 1-80.

3. "Democratic Kampuchea: CIA to the Rescue", BCAS, 14/4 (1982) : 45-54.

4. "L'Inscription K 1006 du Phnom Kulen", BEFEO, LXXI, 1982 : 77-86.

5. "Qui était Nan·/Nong, savant(s) cambodgien(s) des XVIII/XIX siècles?", ASEMI, Cambodge I, Vol. XIII, 1-4, Paris, 1982 : 81-86.

6. Serge Thion et Michael Vickery, "Cambodge: Quelques problèmes de la reconstruction", ASEMI, Cambodge, vol. XIII, 1-4, Paris, 1982 : 395-420.

7. "The Reign of Su¯ryavarman I and Royal Factionalism at Angkor", JSEAS, September 1985 : 226-244.

8. "Cambodia's Tenuous Progress", II no. 63, January 1986. Center for International Policy, Indochina Project, Washington, D.C.

9. "Criminal Law in the Peoples Republic of Kampuchea", JCA, Vol. 17, No. 4 (1987) : 508-518.

10. "Cambodia 1988", ASIEN (German Association for Asian Studies, Hamburg), Nr. 28, July 1988 : 1-19.

11. "A Critique of the Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, Kampuchea Mission of November 1984", JCA, vol. 18, No. 1, 1988 : 108-116.

12. "A Critique of the Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, Kampuchea Mission of November 1984", JCA, vol. 18, No. 1, 1988 : 108-116.

13. "How Many Died in Pol Pot's Kampuchea", Correspondence, BCAS, 20/1 (1988) : 70-73.

14. "Cambodia (Kampuchea): History, Tragedy, and Uncertain Future", BCAS, Vol. 21, Nos. 2-4 (April-Dec. 1989) : 35-58.

15. "Comments on Cham Population Figures", BCAS, Vol. 22, No. 1, Jan.-Mar. 1990 : 31-33.

16. "Cambodian Political Economy, 1975-1990", CSQ, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990 : 23-27.

17. "Cultural Survival in Language and Literature in Cambodia Today",CSQ, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990 : 49-52.

18. "The Rule of Law in Cambodia", CSQ, Volume 14, Number 3, 1990 : 82-83.

19. "Notes on the Political Economy of the Peoples Republic of Kampuchea (PRK)", JCA, Vol. 20, No. 4 (1990) : 435-465.

20. "Cambodia: November-December 1990", TYPN, No. 12, March 1991, Department of Anthropology, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University.

21. "Cambodia: November-December 1990", JCA, Vol. 21, No. 2 (1991) : 274-282.

22. "The Campaign Against Cambodia: 1990-1991", II 93, August 1991.

23. "Loan Words and Devoicing in Khmer", MKS, XVIII-XIX (1992) : 240-250.

24. "A 'Modern' Number Term in Old Khmer", MKS, XXI (1992) : 191-193.

25. "Evidence for Prehistoric Austronesian-Khmer Contact and Linguistic Borrowing", MKS, XXI (1992) : 185-89.

26. "The Cold War and Cambodia", JOS 30, Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1992 : 87-118.

27.  "Cambodia After the Peace", TYPN, Canberra, Australian  National University, Number Seventeen, June 1992 : 3-18.

28. "Cambodia: a Political Survey", DP, No. 14, The Department of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1994.

29. "The Cambodian People's Party: Where Has it Come From, Where is it Going?", Southeast Asian Affairs 1994. Singapore. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 1994 : 102-17.

30. "What to do About The Khmers", review article on David P. Chandler and Ian Mabbett, The Khmers, in JSEAS, Vol. 27, part 2 (September 1996) : 389-404.

31. "The Khmer Inscriptions of Roluos (Preah Ko and Lolei): Documents from a Transitional Period in Cambodian History", in SK, Nouvelle Série No. 1 (janvier 1999), Phnom-Penh.

32. "Funan Reviewed : Deconstructing the Ancients", in SK, Nouvelle Série No. 2 (1999), Phnom-Penh.
 

IV- PAPIERS DE CONFERENCE NON-PUBLIES

1. "Comparisons of Revolution and Non-Revolution in Asia", conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Adelaide, 13-18 May 1984.

2.  "Violence in Democratic Kampuchea: Some Problems of Explanation", Conference on State Organized Terror, Department of Sociology, Michigan State University, 2-5 November 1988.

3. "Borders of Cambodia", in Southeast Asian Borders in Regional Context, edited by Gehan Wijeyewardene (publication pending).

4. "Studying the State in Ancient Cambodia", Paper presented to the International  Conference on Khmer Studies, Phnom Penh University, Department of History, 26-30 August 1996, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

5. "Coedès' Histories of Cambodia", Papier présenté lors du Colloque : Georges Coedes aujourd'hui, 9 & 10 septembre 1999, Centre d'Anthropologie Sirindhorn. 
 

V- COMPTES RENDUS DE LECTURE

1.  CR de Osborne, Milton, Before Kampuchea, in Asian Studies Association of Australia Review, 1980 : 125-27.

2.  CR de Elizabeth Becker, When the War Was Over and Nayan Chanda, Brother Enemy, in ASIEN, German Association for Asian Studies, Hamburg, Nr. 28, July 1988 : 116-117.

3.  CR de Ramses Amer, The General Assembly and the Kampuchean Issues, Report No. 31, Department of Peace and Conflict Research Uppsala University, 1989, in JSEAS, 23, 1 (1992) : 167-69.

4. CR de Geoffrey C. Gunn and Jefferson Lee, Cambodia Watching Down Under, Bangkok, Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1991, in JSEAS, 23, 2 (1992) : 438-42.

5. CR de Trevor Findlay, Cambodia the Legacy and Lessons of UNTAC, Stockholm:Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and Oxford University Press.1995; and Timothy Carney and Tan Lian Choo, Whither Cambodia? Beyond the Election, Singapore:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1993, in JSEAS, Vol. 26, No. 2 (September 1995) : 439-443.

6. CR de Mak Phoeun, Histoire du Cambodge de la fin du XVIe siècle au début du XVIIIe, in BEFEO, Tome 83 (1996) : 405-15.
 

VI- ARTICLES DE JOURNAUX

1. An article on the Cambodian National Ballet, in Standard Bangkok Magazine, 21 August 1971 : 14-15.

2. Five articles on contemporary Cambodia, published in the Canberra Times: "Phnom Penh Decays Behind a Bustling, Cheerful Facade", 22 October 1981;  "Communists Are Scarce in Today's Kampuchea", 26 October 1981;"Kampuchea's Markets are Totally Free and Thrive on Smuggling", 29 October 1981; "Supervised Free Elections Could Become a Farce", 2 November 1981;    "Border Diplomacy Lesson given by Thailand", 9 November, 1981.

3. "Kampuchea's International Position", Vietnam Today (Canberra), no.19, November 1981.

4. "Recent Propaganda on Kampuchea", Vietnam Today (Canberra), No. 25, May 1983.

5. "Where Defence is Still the Priority", The Guardian (UK), 8 January 1985.

6. "Sihanouk to go home as an honored senior citizen?", Sydney Morning Herald, 1 March 1985.

7. "Cambodia's long road to recovery", The Age (Melbourne), 20 March 1985.

8. "Phnom Penh Revisited: Gone is the Gloom", Inside Asia (London), No 5, Sept-Oct 1985.

9. "Kampuchea Edges Away From Hanoi", Canberra Times, 5 January 1987.

10. "Cambodia: Laying some Groundwork", The Nation (Bangkok), 5 February 1989

11. "Economic Headway in Cambodia", The Nation (Bangkok), 12 February 1989

12. "Rättigheter bättre idag än tidigare" [critique of Amnesty reporton Cambodia], Kommentar (Stockholm), 4/1989.

13. "Outside powers' manipulations fascinate the Cambodia watchers", The Guardian Weekly, 26 July 1990.

14. "Notable changes in Phnom Penh",  The Nation (Bangkok), 5 January 1991.

15. "Chea Sim: The Hardline Leader?", The Nation (Bangkok), 6 January 1991.

16. "Is Cambodia Ready for Liberalization?", The Nation (Bangkok), 13 January 1991.

17. "A Change of Heart? US motives suspect in Cambodian peace process", Aliran Monthly (Penang Malaysia), Vol 11, No 7 (1991).

18. "Elakt spel om Kambodja" (Swedish version of nos. 14-16), Kommentar (Stockholm), NR 1/91 (1991).

19.  "Rauhansopimus merkitsee kambodzalle lopun alkua" ['The peace agreement is the beginning of the end for Cambodia'], Helsingin Sanomat, 10 January 1992.

20. Överlever Kambodja 'Freden'" ['Will Cambodia survive the peace?'], Kommentar (Stockholm), Nr 1-2, 1992.

21.  "Cambodia's Elections: Retrospect and Prospect", Phnom Penh Post 1/6, Sept 25,1992.

22.  "Khmer Elections: Retrospect and Prospect", The Nation (Bangkok), Nov 13, 1992.

23.  "Cambodian polls: Untac promoting a 1955 result?", The Nation, November 14, 1992.

24. "Amnesty report", The Nation (Bangkok), 12 Feb 1994.

25.  "Phnom Penh Power Plays", The Nation, 15 April 1994.

26.  "Myths in Cambodian journalism", The Nation, 16 July 1994.

27. "PRK unfairly remembered", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 4, no. 8, 21 April-4 May, 1995.

28. "The debate to apportion blame", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 4, no. 16, 11-24 August 1995.

29. "Kambodja, En rättvis betraktelse" [originall English title,"Cambodia three years later"],  Kommentar (Stockholm), Nr 2, 1996.

30. "The tricks of democracy, thanks to the Great Powers", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 5, no. 22, 31 October-14 November, 1996.

31. "Son Sen and all that--challenging the KR pundits", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 5, no. 24, 29 November-12 December, 1996.

32. "Whither Cambodian democracy?", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 11, 30 May-June 12, 1997.

33. "Foreign interference: enough is enough", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 12, 13-26 June 1997.

34. "A non-standard view of the 'coup'", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 6, no. 17, 29 August-11 September 1997.

35. "Flip side view of Cambodia's woes", The Nation, 18 November 1997

36. "From Info-Ed to the UN Center for Human Rights", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 7, no. 7, 10-24 April,  1998.

37. "Revisiting the legalities of '93", Phnom Penh Post, vol. 7, no.10, 22 May-4 June 1998.




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