Journal of the Siam Society
Volume 106 2018

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Paul Michael Taylor
Newly Discovered Correspondence (1853-1868) from King Mongkut, Rama IV, and from Phra Pinklao, to Sir John Bowring and his son Edgar Bowring
Alexandra Green
Southeast Asian Shadow Puppets in the British Museum: From Collecting Histories to Iconography
Christopher D. Buckley
Connecting Tai, Kam and Li Peoples Through Weaving Techniques
Peter Skilling
Namo Buddhāya Gurave (K. 888): Circulation of a Liturgical Formula across Asia
Barend Jan Terwiel
An Early Dutch Map Depicting the Arrival of a Diplomatic Mission in Siam
Chris Baker and Pasuk Phongpaichi
The Vajirañāṇa Library Chronicle: A Tribute to Michael Vickery
Akiko Iijima
The Invention of “Isan” History

Christian Daniels
The Mongol-Yuan in Yunnan and ProtoTai/Tai Polities during the 13th-14th Centuries

Ken Kirigaya
Tay (Shan) Encroachments into the Irrawaddy Basin and the Fall of Ava: Western Mainland Southeast Asia in the “Age of Commerce”
Wasan Panyagaew
The Two Khruba Lue: Buddhist Place Makers of the Upper Mekong
 David Lawitts
The Transformation of an American Baptist Missionary Family into Covert Operatives
Joachim K. Bautze
From Wat Arun: Photographers in Bangkok in the 1860s
 William J. Klausner
On the Thai Monarchy
Reviews of books by Gauri Parimoo Krishnan, Paul T. Cohen, Ronit Ricci, Narisa Chakrabongse, Leedom Lefferts and Martina Wernsdörfer, Wannasarn Noonsuk, Julia Cassaniti, Chris Baker and Pasuk Phongpaichit, Dawn F. Rooney, Rattana Lao, Stefan Hell, and Helmut Loofs-Wissowa
Obituary of Michael Vickery

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