Rian Thai – Volume 5/2012



1) Persistence and Transmission of Monness in Funeral Rites : A Case Study of Mons at Ko Kret / Chayanut Intudom


2) Consumption of Globalized Food Among Isan Women in Bangkok : Globalization Vs Localization / Helle B. M. Aasheim


3) Framing Religious Injustice : Thai Sangha’s Discourse on Buddhism Protection in the 21st Century / Katewadee Kulabkaew


4) US Popular Representations of Thailand and the Construction of Uniqueness during the Cold War / Matthew Phillips


5) A Comprehensive Study of Bhadrasana Buddha Images from First-Millennium Thailand / Nicolas Revire


6) Constructing “Thainess” in Thai gastronomy in Five-Star Hotels in Bangkok : Case studies of “Nahm” and “Sala Rim Naam” / Niphatchanok Najpinij


7) Prefiguring ‘Pasteurization’? : Science, Society, and the Introduction of Vaccination to Siam / Quentin (Trais) Pearson


8) To Drink, To Eat, To be Hungry and To be Thirsty in Jatakatthakatha : Meaning in Buddhism / Ratchaneekorn Ratchatakorntrakoon


9) The Position and Meaning of Tom Yam Restaurants in Malaysia / Suttiporn Bunmak


10) Bangkok Modern : Singapore and Batavia as models / Udomporn Teeraviriyakul


11) “I Am Not Your Mother! I Am Phaengsri, the Goddess!” : A Medium’s Failure To Be A Good Daughter And Her Reconstruction of the Self / Visisya Pinthongvijayakul


12) Rama III, Minh Mang and Power Paradigm in Early Nineteenth Century Mekong Valley / Vu Duc Liem