Bibliography

A comprehensive bibliography of work related to Cham studies from around the world.

This page is regularly updated.

Anthropology and Cultural Studies

Aymonier, Etienne. 1890. Légendes Historiques Des Chames [Historical Legends of the Chams]. Excursions et reconnaissances XIV(32):145-206.

Aymonier, Etienne. (1891). Première étude sur les inscriptions Tchames [Preliminary Study on the Inscriptions of the Cham]. Journal Asiatique 8 (17):5-86.

Aymonier, Etienne. “The History of Tchampa: The Cyamba of Marco Polo, Now Annam or Cochin China.” Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review 4 (1893): 140- 148, 365-381.

Aymonier, Etienne. Les Tchames et Leurs Religions. Paris: Leroux, 1891.

Aymonier, Etienne. “Legendes Historiques des Chams.” Excursions et Reconnaissances 14, no. 32 (1890): 145-206.

Aymonier, Etienne. “Lettre de M. Aymonier au Gouverneur de la Cochinchine sur son Voyage au Binh thuan.” Excursions et Reconnaissances 9, no.22 (1885): 247-254.

Baffie, Jean. 2003 “La lutte de Ban Khrua, village des Chams/Malais de Bangkok, contre la construction de l’autoroute” in Po Dharma et Mak Phoeun (textes réunis par), Péninsule indochinoise et Monde malais : Relations historiques et culturelles. Centenaire de l’Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient. Actes du colloque organisé à Kula Lumpur les 21-22 novembre 2000 (Kuala Lumpur, Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism, Malaysia, École Française d’Extrême-Orient), pp. 15-73

Baffie, Jean. 2000 “Ban Khrua, Kampung Melayu-Campa di Bangkok/Ban Khrua, le village des Chams/Malais de Bangkok et la lutte contre l’autoroute” in Jabatan Muzium dan Antikuiti Malaysia, Seminar antarabangsa dunia Melayu-dunia Indocina: hubungan sajarah dan Kebudayaan (Kuala Lumpur), 21-22 novembre 2000

Baffie, Jean. 1999 “Ban Khrua ở Bangkok : Khu vực người Chăm đầy kỷ niệm trong quá khứ và đầy hứa hẹn trong tương lai (Ban Khrua à Bangkok, le quartier historique des Chams de Bangkok a encore de l’avenir)” in Champaka n°1, pp. 77-84

Baudesson, H. (1997). Indo-China and its primitive people: everyday life, rites and superstitions of the Moïs and the Chams of Vietnam. White Lotus Press.

Baulch, B., Chuyen, T. T. K., Haughton, D., & Haughton, J. (2007). Ethnic minority development in Vietnam. The Journal of Development Studies, 43(7), 1151-1176.

Blood, Doris (1981), “Aspects of Cham Culture‟ in Notes from Indochina on Ethnic Minority Cultures, Summer Institute of Linguistics – Museum of Anthropological Publication, No. 6, p. 11-34.

Boisselier, Jean. 1963. Le Statuaire du Champa: Recherches sur les Cultes et les l’icongraphie [The Statues of Champa: Research on the Cults and Iconography]. Paris: EFEO.

Bruckmayr, P. (2006). The Cham Muslims of Cambodia: From Forgotten Minority to Focal Point of Islamic Internationalism. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 23(3), 1.

Cabaton, Antoine. Nouvelles Recherches sur les Chams. Paris: École Française d’Extrême-Orient, 1901.

The Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies (Berkeley, California), ed. Le Campa et Le Monde Malais. Paris: Centre d’Histoire et Civilizations de la Peninsule Indochinoise, 1991.

Cao, X. P. (1988). Cham sculpture album. Translated: Vietnamese, Japanese, and English in a tri-lingual volume. Hanoi, Vietnam: Khoa Học Xa

Durand, E.M. 1903. Le Temple De Po Rome A Phanrang [The Po Rome Temple of Phan Rang]. BEFEO 3(3):597-603.

Gay, Bernard. 1988. Vue Nouvelle Sur La Compostion Ethnique Du Campa [A Fresh Look at the Ethnic Composition of Champa]. Actes du S é minaire sur le Campa [Papers from the Seminar on Champa] . Paris, France: ACHCPI.

Hamid, A., & Effendy, M. (2006). Understanding the Cham Identity in Mainland Southeast Asia: Contending Views. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 21(2), 230-253.

Jaspan, M. A. (1970). Recent developments among the Cham of Indo‐China: the revival of Champa. Asian Affairs1(2), 170-176.

LaFont, P.B. Le Champa: Géographie-Population-Histoire. Paris: Les Indes Savantes, 2007.

LaFont, P.B. and Po Dharma. Bibliographie Campa et Cam. Paris: École Française d’Extrême-Orient, 1989.

Lockhart, B. M. (2011). Colonial and post-colonial constructions of” Champa”.

Lockhart, B. M., & Tran, K. P. (2011). The Cham of Vietnam: History, society, and art. Singapore: NUS Singapore Press.

Manguin, P-Y (1985), “The Introduction of Islam into Champa‟ Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society London 58:11, 1-28.

Michaud, Jean. 2009. The A to Z of the Peoples of the Southeast Asian Massif . Toronto, CA: Scarecrow Press.

Michaud, Jean. 2010. Editorial – Zomia and Beyond. Journal of Global History 5(2):187-214

Mus, P. (1933). India seen from the East: Indian and Indigenous Cults in Champa, ix.

Mus, Paul. 1933. L’Inde vu de l’est : cultes indiennes et indigenes a Champa. Bulletin de l’Ecole française d’Extrême-Orient, XXXIII.

Nakamura, R. (2009). Awar-Ahier: Two Keys to Understanding the Cosmology and Ethnicity of the Cham People (Ninh Thuân Province, Vietnam). Champa and the Archaeology of Mỹ Sơn (Vietnam), 78.

Nakamura, R. (1999). Cham in Vietnam: Dynamics of Ethnicity (Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington).

Nguyễn Thế Anh. 1995[1991]. The Vietnamization of the Cham diety Po Nagar. Essays into Vietnamese Pasts. K. W. Taylor and John K Whitmore, ed. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Previously printed in the Asia Journal 2(1), The Center for Area Studies, Seoul National University.

Noseworthy, William. 2014. Hình ảnh nghiên cứu Po Ina Nagar theo phương pháp đa ngành. In ed. Võ Văn Sen – Ngô Đức Thịnh – Nguyễn Văn Lên. Tín Ngưỡng Thờ Mẫu ở Nam Bộ: Bản Sắc và Giá Trị. Trường Đại Học Khoa Học Xã Hội và Nhân Văn – ĐHQG – TP. HCM Trung Tâm Nghiên Cứu và Bảo Tồn Văn Hóa Tín Ngưỡng Việt Nam, Sở Văn Hóa Thể Thao và Du Lịch tỉnh An Gian. TP Hồ Chí Minh, Việt Nam: NXB Đại Học Quốc Gia. 539-549

Osman, Y. (2006). The Cham rebellion: Survivors’ stories from the villages. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Documentation Center of Cambodia.

Parmentier, Henri. 1902. Le sanctuaire de Po Nagar Nhatrang. BEFEO 2: 17-54.

________. 1906. Nouvelles notes sur le sanctuaire de Po Nagar à Nhatrang. BEFEO 6: 291-300.

________. 1909. Inventaire Descriptif des Monements Cams de L’Annam. Paris, France : Imprimerie Nationale. 2 vols.

Po, D. (1987). Le Panduranga (Campa) (2nd Vol.). Paris, France: L’Ecole Française D’Extreme-Orient.

Po, D. (1988). Etat des dernieres recherches sur la date de l’absorption du Campa par le Vietnam. In Actes du seminaire sur le Campa (pp.59-70). Paris, France: Centre d’histoire et civilasations des peninsule indochoise.

Po, D. (1989). Les frontieres du Campa (Dernier etat des rechereches). In P.-B. Lafont (Ed.), Les frontieres du Vietnam (pp. 128-135). Paris, France: Editions L’Harmattan.

Po, D., & Phoeum, M. (2006). Du FLM au FULRO. Une lutte des minorites du sud indochinois 1955-1975. Paris, France: Les Indes Savantes.

Phu, B. T. (2006). The Cham Bani of Vietnam. American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences23(3), 126.

Salemink, O. (2003). The ethnography of Vietnam’s Central Highlanders. A historical contextualization, 1850- 1900. London, UK: University of Hawai’i Press.

Salemink, O. (1991). Mois and marquis. The invention and appropriation of Vietnam’s Montagnards from Sabatier to the CIA. In G. W. Stocking, Jr. (Ed.), Colonial situations: Essays on the contextualization of ethnographic knowledge (pp. 243-284 ). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Sakaya. Tiếp Cận Một Số Vấn Đề Văn Hóa Champa [Approaching Some Problems of Cham Culture]. Hồ Chí Minh City, Việt Nam: Tri Thức Press, 2013.

Sakaya. Văn Hóa Chăm: Nghiên Cứu Và Phê Bình. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam : Phụ Nữ, 2010.

Sakaya. 2016. Palm Leaf Manuscripts of the Cham People in Vietnam. Studies on Asia Series V, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2016).

Sakaya. 2013. Ti 4 p C , n M * t S 5 V 6 n ! 7 V 1 n H ó a Champa [Approaching Some Problems of Cham Culture]. H F Chí Minh City, Vi ” t Nam: Tri Th E c Press.

Schweyer, Ann Valerie. 2004. ‘Po Nagar de Nha Trang’ Aséanie. No. 14.

Scott, James. 2009. The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia . New Haven, Conn. Yale University Press.

Scupin, R. (1995). Historical, Ethnographic, and Contemporary Political Analyses of the Muslims of Kampuchea and Vietnam. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 301-328.

Taylor, P. (2008). Minorities at large: new approaches to minority ethnicity in Vietnam. Journal of Vietnamese studies, 3(3), 3-43.

Taylor, P. (2007). Cham Muslims of the Mekong Delta: Place and mobility in the cosmopolitan periphery. NUS Press.

Taylor, P. (2006). Economy in motion: Cham Muslim traders in the Mekong Delta. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 7(3), 237-250.

Thanh Phan. 2010. M 6 t s + v 5 n % 2 nghiên c E u tin ng %Q ng – tôn giáo truy 2 n th + ng c 4 a ng %G i Ch $ m hi ” n nay B Vi ” t Nam [Some Issues Regarding the Traditional Religious Beliefs of the Cham of Vietnam Today]. Hi ” n ! ! i ! * ng thái c ) a Truy 7 n th 5 ng – Vi ” t Nam: Nh ‘ ng cách ti 4 p c , n Nhân h 0 c [Dynamics of Modern Tradition in Vietnam], Thành ph + H F Ch í Minh, Vi ” t Nam: Nh à Xu 5 t b – n # . i h , c Qu + c gia [National University Publishers], 215-227

Thanh Phan. 2011. Kut (Cemeteries) of the Cham in Ninh Thu ! n Province in Bruce Lockhart and Tr # n K $ Ph %& ng (eds) The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society, and Art . Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 337-347.

Thanh Phan. Danh mục thư tịch Chăm ở Việt Nam. Hồ Chí Minh: Nxb Trẻ, 2007.

Thông, Nguyễn Hữu. Tổng thư mục Champa. Hà Nội: Nxb Thuận Hóa, 2003.

Trần Kiêm Hoàng (Chamaliaqriya Tiẻng). 2011. Tri Thức Dân Gian Của Người Raglai. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Văn Hóa Dân Tộc.

Trankel, Ing-Britt. 2003. Songs of Our Spirits: Possession and Historical Imagination among the Cham in Cambodia. Asian Ethnicity 4(1):31-46.

Underhill, J. T. (2012). Luminous Elegies: Chăm Family Documentary in Phước Lập, Vietnam. positions: east asia cultures critique20(3), 793-804.

Underhill, J. T. (2013). The International Spotlight on Chăm Religious Forms and Practices—From Mỹ Sơn to the UN in Geneva, in IOC-Champa’s chamtoday.com [no longer online].

Văn Món, Trương and Shine Toshihiko.”Vấn đề nghiên cứu và bảo tồn văn bản lá buông của người Bali – Indonesia và người Chăm ở Việt Nam.” Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Văn hoá Chăm 2 (2013): 106-109.

Yasuko Yoshimoto. 2011. A Study of the Almanac of the Cham in South-Central Vietnam in Bruce Lockhart and Tran Ky Phuong (eds) The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society, and Art . Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 323-336.

Yasuko Yoshimoto. 2012. A Study of the H F i Gi á o Religion in Vietnam: With a Reference to Islamic Religious Practices of Cham Bani. Southeast Asian Studies 1(3):487-505

Archaeology

Fangi, G., Malinverni, E. S., & Tassetti, A. N. (2013). The metric documentation of Cham towers in Vietnam by spherical photogrammetry. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences5, W1.

Glover, I. C., & Yamagata, M. (1995). The origins of Cham Civilization: indigenous, Chinese and Indian influences in Central Vietnam as revealed by excavations at Tra Kieu, Vietnam 1990 and 1993. In Conference Papers on Archaeology in Southeast Asia (pp. 145-169).

Andrew Hardy, Mauro Curcazi (Ed.), Champa and the Archaeology of Mỹ Sơn (Vietnam). Singapore: NUS Press.

Hardy, A. (2009). Eaglewood and the Economic history of Champa and central Vietnam. Champa and the Archeology of Mỹ Sơn (Vietnam), 107-126.

Ngô Văn Doanh. 2011 [2002]. Văn Hóa Cổ Chămpa. Hà Nội: Văn Hóa Dân Tộc. 416-417.

History

Al-Ahmadi, Abdul Rahman. Le Campa dans le Litterature Malaise. in Actes du Seminaire du Campa at the University of Copenhagen May 23, 1987. Paris, France: Center for History of the Indochinese Peninsula, (1988):107 – 121.

Ali, Zakaria. Notes on the Islamic Art of Champa. in Actes de la Conférence Internationale sur le Campa et le Monde Malais. ACHPI : Paris, France, (1991): 123-135.

Atnahsev, V. Um Marup – A Folk Poem about the Beginning of Cham Islamization. Manuscripts Orientalis. 11 (3 – September) (2005): 13-24.

Barker, R. (2011). The origin and spread of early-ripening champa rice: it’s impact on Song Dynasty China. Rice4(3), 184.

Chambert-Loir, H. Notes sur les relataions historiques et litteraires entre Campa et Monde Malais. In Actes du Seminaire du Campa at the University of Copenhagen May 23, 1987. Paris, France: Center for History of the Indochinese Peninsula (1988): 95 – 106.

Chan, H. L. (1966). Chinese Refugees in Annam and Champa at the end of the Sung Dynasty. Journal of Southeast Asian History7(2), 1-10.

CHÉBAUT-ME MOUGAMADOU, Fabien. 2006 Proposition de recherche pour une étude de géographie historique du Campa du Sud (pays de Panrang et d’Aia Trang) Mémoire de mastère 2 Sciences Historiques, Religieuses et Philologiques mention Études Asiatiques, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, 161 pages

Coedes, G. The Indianized States of Southeast Asia (translated from English to French by Susan Brown Cowing. Honolulu, Hawai’i: University of Hawi’i Press, 1968.

Dove, Michael R, Hjorleifur Jonsson, and Michael Aung-Thwin. 2011. Debate: The Art of Not Being Governed: An Anarchist History of Upland Southeast Asia by James C Scott. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde [Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania] 167(1):86-99.

Dzung, L. T. M. (2011). Central Vietnam during the period from 500 BCE to CE 500. Early Interactions between South and Southeast Asia: Reflections on Cross-cultural Exchange2, 1.

Hickey, G. C. (2003a). Sons of the mountains: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese central highlands to 1954. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. (Original work published 1982)

Hickey, G. C. (2003b). Free in the forest. Ethno-history of the Vietnamese central highlands:1954-1976. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. (Original work published 1982).

Hung, H. C., Nguyen, K. D., Bellwood, P., & Carson, M. T. (2013). Coastal connectivity: long-term trading networks across the South China Sea. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology8(3), 384-404.

Ken, Danny. 2011. Vietnam-Champa Relations During theSeventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries in Bruce Lockhart and Tran Ky Phuong (eds) The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society, and Art. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press,238-258.

Ken, D. W. T. (2004). Vietnam-Champa Relations and the Malay-Islam Regional Network in the 17 th–19 th Centuries. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, (5).

LaBrie, N. C. (1971). FULRO. The history of political tension of the North Vietnamese highlands. Master thesis, University of Massachusetts, MA.

LaFont, P. B. (2006). Introduction. In D. Po & M. Phoeum (Eds.), Du FLM au FULRO. Une lutte des minorites du Sud Indochinois 1955-1975 (pp. 1-12). Paris, France: Les Indes Savantes.

Mabbett, I. (1986). Buddhism in Champa. Southeast Asia in the 9th to 14th Centuries, 289-313.

Majumdar, Ramesh C. Champa: History and Culture of an Indian Colonial Kingdom in the Far East 2 nd -16 th Century A.D. New Delhi: Gian Publishing House, 1985.

Majumdar, Ramesh. Ancient Indian Colonies in the Far East. Vol.1. Delhi: Greater India Society Public, 1985.

Manguin, Pierre-Yves. IX. Études Cam. II. L’Introduction De L’Islam Au Campa. Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient. Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient 66 (1979): 255-287.

Maspero, Georges. Le Royaume du Campa [The Kingdom of Champa]. Paris and Brussels: Van Ouest and Co. ,1928.

Nguyễn Quốc Thanh 2004 L’ émergence du thème de la mer dans la littérature vietnamienne contemporaine Thèse à l’Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris, 2 volumes, 428 pages

Nakamura, R. (2000). The coming of Islam to Champa. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society73(1 (278), 55-66.

Noseworthy, W. B. (2017). Articulations of Southeast Asian Religious Modernisms: Islam in Early 20th Century Cambodia & Cochinchina. 수완나부미9(1), 109-132.

Noseworthy, W. B. (2014). Explorations of Historicization and Oral Traditions: A Translation of the Dalikal Nao Magru.

Noseworthy, W. (2013). THE CHAM’S FIRST HIGHLAND SOVEREIGN: PO ROMÉ (R. 1627-1651). Asian Highlands Perspectives28, 155-203.

Noseworthy, W. B. (2013). Lowland participation in the irredentist ‘highlands liberation movement ’in Vietnam, 1955-1975. ASEAS–Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 6(1), 7-28.

Osman, Y. (2005). The Cham prisoners in the Khmer Rouge’s secret prison. Jembat: Mayasian Journal of History, Politics and Strategic Studies, 32, 100-133.

Phuong, T. K. (2008). Vestiges of Champa Civilization. Thế Giới Publishers.

Dharma, Po. Le Pāṇḍuraṅga (Campā), 1802-1835: ses rapports avec le Vietnam. Vol. 1 and 2. Paris: École française d’Extrême-Orient, 1987.

Po, D. (1991). Le declin du Campa entre le XVIe et le XIXe siecle. In Actes de la Conference Internationale sur le Campa et le Monde Malais (pp. 47-63). Paris, France: Centre d’histoire et civilasations des peninsule indochoise.

Po Dharma. 1989. Les Frontières Du Campa (Dernier État Des Rechereches). In Les Frontières Du Vietnam. Paris: Éditions L’Harmattan. 128-135.

_______. 1988. Etat Des Dernières Recherches Sur La Date De The Mother Goddess of Champa 137 L’absorption Du Campa Par Le Viêtnam. In Actes du Séminaire sur le Campa. Ed.: ACHCPI. 59-70.

Quach-Langlet, Tâm. 1988. Le cadre Géographique de lancien Campa [The Geographical framework of Ancient Champa]. Actes du Séminaire sur le Campa. Paris: ACHCPI.

Reid, Anthony. 1988. Southeast Asia in the Age of Commerce: The Lands below the Winds. Vol 1 . New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press, 1-10

Sakaya. 2008. Historical Relations between Champa and the Malay Peninsula During 17 th to 19 th Century: A Study on the Development of Raja Praong Ritual . MA Thesis, Department of History, University of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur.

Setudeh-Nejad, S. (2002). The Cham Muslims of Southeast Asia: A Historical Note.

Taylor, K. (1999). Early kingdoms: Champa. In N. Tarling (Ed.), The Cambridge history of Southeast Asia (Vol. 1, Pt. 1, pp. 153-155). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Tran, K. P. (2006, December). Cultural resource and heritage issues of historic Champa state in Vietnam: Champa origins, reconfirmed Nomenclatures, and preservation of sites. ARI working paper, No 75.

Schweyer, A.-V. (2011). Ancient Vietnam: History, Art and Archaeology.

Southworth, William. 2001. The Origins of Campa in Central Vietnam: A Preliminary Review . PhD Dissertation, SOAS.

Southworth, William. 2011. River Settlement and Coastal Trade: Towards a Specific Model of Early State Development in Champa in Bruce Lockhart and Tran Ky Phuong (eds) The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society, and Art . Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 102-199.

Taylor, Nora. 1989. The Sculpture of the Cham King Po Rame of Panduranga: A Discussion of the Historical and Religious Significance of the Post-Mortem Deification of Kings in the Art of Champa. Unpublished graduate paper for Keith Taylor: Asian Studies 601, Cornell University: Ithaca, NY.

Weber, Nicholas. 2012. The Destruction and Assimilation of Campa: 1832-5 as Seen from Cam Sources. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 43(1):158-180.

Whitmore, J. K. (2011). The last great king of classical Southeast Asia: Che Bong Nga and fourteenth-century Champa. In K. P. Tran & B. M. Lockhart (Eds.), The Cham of Vietnam. History, society, and art (pp. 168-203). Singapore: NUS Singapore Press.

Wong Tze- Ken, Danny. Champaka Monograph 5: The Nguyen and the Champa During 17th and 18th Century: a Study of Nguyen Foreign Relations. Paris: International Office of Champa, 2007.

Yves-Manguin, Pierre. 1979. IX. Études Cam. II. LIntroduction De LIslam Au Campa [The Introduction of Islam to Champa]. BEFEO 66:255-287

Zhiqiang, L. (2009). Two Editions of Chiem Thanh Dich Ngu & Champa and Malay’s Relationship. Around Southeast Asia4, 010.

Languge and Literature

Aymonier, Etienne. Dictionnaire Cam-Français. Vol. 4. Paris: École Française d’Extrême-Orient, 1906.

Baclawski Jr, K. Convergence and divergence.

Baumgartner, N. (1998). A grammar sketch of Western (Cambodian) Cham.Papers in Southeast Asian Linguistics No, 15, 1-20.

Blood, D. E. (2008). The ascendancy of the Cham script: how a literacy workshop became the catalyst. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2008(192), 45-55.

Blood, Doris E. 1980. The Script as a Cohesive Factor in Cham Society. Notes From Indochina on Ethnic Minority Cultures , 35-44. Summer Institute of Linguistics Museum of Anthropology.

Blust, R. (2013). The Austronesian languages. Asia-Pacific Linguistics.

Blust, R. (1995). The prehistory of the Austronesian-speaking peoples: a view from language. Journal of World prehistory9(4), 453-510.

Boisselier, Jean. 1963. Le Statuaire de Champa: recheres sur les cultes et l’iconographie. EFEO 54: Paris, France.

Brunelle, M. (2012). Dialect experience and perceptual integrality in phonological registers: Fundamental frequency, voice quality and the first formant in Cham. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America131(4), 3088-3102.

Brunelle, M. (2009). Contact-induced change? Register in three Cham dialects. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society2, 1-22.

Brunelle, M. (2008). Diglossia, bilingualism, and the revitalization of written Eastern Cham. Language Documentation and Conservation, 2(1), 28-46.

Brunelle, M. 2005 “Eastern Cham Register : Phonetic, Phonological and Sociolinguistic Approaches” Ottawa, PhD dissertation presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Cornell University, august 2005, 336 pages

Brunelle, M. 2005 “Register and tone in Eastern Cham : Evidence from a word game” in Mon-Khmer Studies n° 35, pp. 121-132

Cabaton, Antoine. “L’inscription Chame de Bien Hoa.” Bulletin École Française d’Extrême-Orient 4 (1904): 687-690.

Enfield, N. J. (2017). Language in the Mainland Southeast Asia Area. In The Cambridge Handbook of Areal Linguistics(pp. 677-702). Cambridge University Press.

Grant, A., & Sidwell, P. (2005). Chamic and beyond: studies in mainland Austronesian languages. Pacific Linguistics.

Golzio, Karl-Heinz, ed. Inscriptions of Campa. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2004.

Hà, P. T. T. (2011). Luận bàn về vấn đề thanh điệu trong một số ngôn ngữ Chi Chàm Discussion on the registers and tones in some Chamic languages.

Inrasara (Phú Trạm). 1994. Văn Học Chăm I – Khái luận – văn tuyển [Cham Literature I – Commentary – Anthology]. Hồ ChíMinh, Việt Nam: Văn Học Dân Tộc [Ethnic Literature Press], 1994.

Inrasara. Ariya Cam: Trường Ca Chăm [Ariya Cam: Cham Lyrical Poetry]. TP. Hồ Chí Minh, Việt Nam: Văn Nghệ [Arts Press], 2006.

Inrasara (1993), Van Hoc Cham [Cham Literature], Nha xuat ban Van hoa Dan toc Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh.

Jacques, Claude. Études Épigraphiques sur le pays Cham. Paris: École Française d’Extrême-Orient, 1995

LaFont, PB, Po Dharma, and Nara Vija. 1977. Catalogue des Manuscrits Cam des Bibliothèques Françaises [Catalogue of Cham Manuscript in French Libraries] . Paris: École Française D’Extrême Orient.

Marrison, G. E. (1975). The early Cham language, and its relationship to Malay. Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society48(2 (228), 52-59.

Marrison, G.E. 1985. The Chams and Their Literature. Journal of the Malay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 58(2) 45-70

Moussay, Gerard. Um Mrup Dans le literrature Cam. Le Campa et le Monde Malais. Paris : Center for the History and Civilizations of the Indonchinese Penninsula (1991): 95-108

Moussay, Gerard. et. al. 1971. Dictionaire Căm-Vietnamien-Français. Phang Rang, Vietnam: Centre Culturel Cam.

Moussay, Gérard. 2006 Grammaire de la langue Cam Paris, Les Indes Savantes, Missions Étrangères de Paris, 286 pages

Po Dharma. 1981. Complément au Catalogue des Manuscrits Cam des BibliothèquesFrançaises [Complement to the Catalogue of Cham Manuscripts in French Libraries] . Paris: École Française D’Extrême Orient.

Rarrick, S. The Distribution of Pitch in Eastern Cham.

Sakaya. Từ điển Chăm-Việt- Anh; Việt – Chăm- Anh. Hà Nội: Nxb Tri thức, 2014

Shine Toshiko. 2009. The Symbolic Roll of Literacy as a Standard to Distinguish the Raglai from the Cham. Senri Ethnological Studies 72:129-172

Smith, A. D. AGrammatical SKETCH OF EASTERN CHAM.

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