SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research, Volume 3, Issue 2
Autumn 2005, ISSN 1479-8484
The Narrative Murals of Tilokaguru Cave-Temple: A Reassessment after Jane Terry Bailey
Min-gyi-nyo, the Shan Invasions of Ava (1524-27), and the Beginnings of Expansionary Warfare in Toungoo Burma: 1486-1539
Including original addendum
The Development of a Muslim Enclave in Arakan (Rakhine) State of Burma (Myanmar)
Was ‘Yadza’ Really Ro(d)gers?
- William Womack, "Literate Networks and the Production of Sgaw and Pwo Karen Writing in Burma, c.1830-1930"
- Mandy Sadan, "History and Ethnicity in Burma: Cultural Contexts of the Ethnic Category 'Kachin' in the Colonial and Post-Colonial State, 1824-2004"
- Atsuko Naono, "The State of Vaccination: British Doctors, Indigenous Cooperation, and the Fight Against Smallpox in Colonial Burma"
Account of the Fortifications at Ava in 1827
The Journal of Lovell Ingalls, 1838-1839
Brief Excursion to the Hills to the East of Ava in November 1826
Extracts from Royal B. Hancock’s Journal at Mergui
Royal B. Hancock
On the Peoples and Cultures of the Kingdom of Burma
Geological Account of a Series of Animal and Vegetable Remains and of Rocks, collected by J. Crawfurd, Esq. on a Voyage up the Irawadi to Ava, in 1826 and 1827
Note on the Word ‘Baren’ for the British East India Company
Quadrupeds and Other Animals of Burma
An Account of Martaban in March and April 1826
Missionary Letters from Burma, 1828-1839
In December 1832, a contingent of American Baptist missionaries, including Reverend Nathan Brown, Mrs Brown, Mr Webb, and Mrs Webb, departed from Boston to join missionaries already at work in Burma. Five months later, they had only gone as far as Calcutta, from whence they would commence their final sea journey to British Tenasserim and it is from this point that correspondence from Nathan Brown begins. These letters, sometimes in full and occasionally as extracts, were originally published in the American Baptist Missionary Magazine during the 1830s.
Short Account of the Bûraghmah Country
Captain George Baker
Notes on Bûraghmah (c. 1755)
Captain George Baker
Journal of An Embassy From the Governor-General of India to the Court of Ava
Account of Rangoon in the Summer of 1826
Account of the Loss of Negrais
Captain Walter Alves
Arakan, Min Yazagyi, and the Portuguese: The Relationship Between the Growth of Arakanese Imperial Power and Portuguese Mercenaries on the Fringe of Mainland Southeast Asia 1517-1617
Michael W. Charney (MA Thesis as submitted in 1993)
Notices & Bibliographic Materials
- Forthcoming Additions to the Bibliography of Burma/Myanmar Research
- IDC Publishers (Leiden) Delineating British Burma/British Official & Confidential Print, 1826-1949
- Map: Colonial Rangoon
- Map: Precolonial Ava Colourised