The Newsletter #72 and/or newbooks.asia

"(…) this work represents one of the most extensive, impressive ethnographies that any non-Vietnamese or Khmer researcher has been able to complete of the region since the work of French colonial orientalist scholar Etienne Aymonier in 1900.

"(…) this work represents one of the most extensive, impressive ethnographies that any non-Vietnamese or Khmer researcher has been able to complete of the region since the work of French colonial orientalist scholar Etienne Aymonier in 1900. Thus, The Khmer Lands of Vietnam is a work that will be an important read for students, teachers and researchers of Environmental History, Anthropology, History of Southeast Asia, Buddhist Studies and Vietnam. "

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