Books about Khmer

Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia: Millennium of Glory

Cambodge : Art, histoire, société

Cambodge : Art, histoire, société

Ancient Angkor (River Books Guides)

Ancient Angkor (River Books Guides)

A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People

A Record of Cambodia: The Land and Its People

Sacred Angkor: The Carved Reliefs of Angkor Wat

Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia

Adoration and Glory: The Golden Age of Khmer Art

Buddhist Art and Architecture (World of Art)

Buddhist Art and Architecture (World of Art)

L’Art khmer dans les collections du musée Guimet

L'Art khmer dans les collections du musée Guimet

Pillaging Cambodia: The Illicit Traffic in Khmer Art

Angkor et dix siècles d’art khmer: Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, 31 janvier-26 mai 1997 : National Gallery of Art, Washington, 29 juin-28 septembre 1997 : catalogue

Khmer art, the civilisations of Angkor

Khmer art, the civilisations of Angkor

L'art du cambodge ancien : Les collections du musée national de Phnom Penh

L’art du cambodge ancien : Les collections du musée natio

Pillaging Cambodia: The Illicit Traffic in Khmer Art

Pillaging Cambodia: The Illicit Traffic in Khmer Art

nal de Phnom Penh

Khmer Gold

Khmer Gold

Editorial Reviews


Khmer Gold is a ground-breaking study of the gold artifacts created by the Khmers who founded Cambodia , and their manufacturing techniques. The objects discussed are drawn from major public and private collections, pri­marily in Cambodia , Great Britain , Thailand and the United States . The identification of specific goldsmith ‘ s techniques, a subject sel­dom addressed in Khmer studies, reveals new evidence for surprising exotic cultural contacts that might have otherwise gone unrecognized. The authors also provide up-to-date geological information about the availability of gold in Cambodia , a territory that, in the past, has been considered metal-poor. 

Gold permeated every aspect of Khmer elite life: aesthetic, artistic, economic, religious, political and social. The Khmer decorated their architecture with gold, and adorned both their own bodies and their sacred images with gold. Royal gifts insured the recipients ‘ loyalty and sacred offerings fashioned of gold to religious institutions insured divine protection for the kingdom.

New archaeological information and the recent discovery of Khmer Royal Regalia are beginning to reveal an originality and technical mastery that will result in an exciting appre­ciation of the Khmer goldsmith ‘ s art. The rare treasures that have survived lend credibility to ancient travelers ‘ tales of Khmer temples, sculpture, and royal bodies gleaming with gold that modern scholars and historians have long sought to confirm. Filled with fresh interpreta­tions of gold in Khmer culture, the book is a detailed and lavishly illustrated history of the high esteem in which gold was held in ancient Cambodia . Khmer Gold will be an important resource of all those interested in the cultures of Southeast Asia, especially that of the Khmer Kingdom. –Lookeast Magazine

Product Description

Featured here are gold artifacts from the people who founded the Khmer kingdom. Pieces are examined thoroughly for the techniques used in their manufacture, and their functions. Extensive explanations of the skills of the Khmer goldsmiths and the Khmer technology of gold working is given. Historical and cultural context is presented for better understanding and appreciation of the art objects, as well as an interpretation of gold s place in Khmer culture.

Masterpieces of the National Museum of Cambodia

Masterpieces of the National Museum of Cam

Bayon: New Perspectives

Bayon: New Perspectives

L'Empire khmer : Cités et sanctuaires Ve-XIIIe siècles

L’Empire khmer : Cités et sanctuaires Ve-XIIIe siècles [Relié]

Claude Jacques (Auteur), Philippe Lafond (Auteur), David Chandler (Préface)

Descriptions du produit

Présentation de l’éditeur

Le gigantisme et la splendeur du site d’Angkor, la fermeture du Cambodge durant près de trente ans, le caractère artificiel des frontières entre États, nous empêchent de voir l’ampleur, la brillance et la durée – pas loin d’un millénaire – de la civilisation khmère dans son ensemble. Au-delà d’Angkor et de Preah Kan, destinations touristiques célèbres, et au-delà des limites du Cambodge (en Thaïlande et au Laos), c’est par centaines que se comptent les vestiges de cités et de sanctuaires édifiés du Ve au XIIIe siècle par une constellation d’États plus ou moins puissants, plus ou moins indépendants du pouvoir central. Défis aux éléments et à la nature, prouesses architecturales, virtuosité de la sculpture de la pierre : les nombreux sites présentés ici, le plus souvent inconnus des occidentaux montrent à l’envi qu’il s’agit là de l’une des plus hautes civilisations de l’Histoire de l’humanité.

Biographie de l’auteur

CLAUDE JACQUES. Entré à l’École française d’Extrême-Orient en 1961, directeur d’études à l’École pratique des hautes études depuis 1973, épigraphiste, conseiller scientifique à l’UNESCO, Claude Jacques perpétue avec panache la lignée des savants français qui ont révélé au monde la magnificence de l’Empire khmer.
PHILIPPE LAFOND. Grand reporter au talent reconnu, Philippe Lafond a effectué avec Claude Jacques de nombreuses missions et en a rapporté d’éblouissants clichés dont les plus réussis illustrent le propos tout à la fois vivant et savant de l’historien.

Détails sur le produit

  • Relié: 398 pages
  • Editeur : Fayard (24 novembre 2004)
  • Collection : Litt.Gene.
  • Langue : Français
  • ISBN-10: 2213614067
  • ISBN-13: 978-2213614069

Museum Partnership Creates Cambodia’s First Metal Conservation Laboratory

WASHINGTON, DC.- The enduring significance of bronze in Cambodian culture is the theme of “Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia,” the first international exhibition to focus specifically on the skills and achievements of Khmer bronze casters. On view at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery from May 15 through Jan. 23, 2011, the exhibition features magnificent bronze sculptures and ritual objects created within a Khmer cultural context that spanned some 1,600 years, from late prehistory through the Angkor period (9th–15th centuries).

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Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Gods of Angkor: Bronzes from the National Museum of Cambodia

Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
May 15, 2010 – January 23, 2011

Gods of Angkor presents bronze masterworks from the collection of the National Museum of Cambodia. The first international exhibition to feature the achievements of Khmer bronze casters, it showcases 36 works of religious sculpture and ritual paraphernalia from prehistoric times through the Angkorian period (9th-15th centuries). This exhibition is the result of an ongoing partnership between the Freer and Sackler Galleries and the National Museum. For the past five years, the museums have worked together, with principal funding from the Getty Foundation, to establish a metals conservation laboratory in Cambodia. Gods of Angkor highlights one of the lab’s first projects, the conservation of 7th century Buddhist sculptures, excavated in 2006, which demonstrate the influence of China, India and the Mon-Dvaravati culture of Thailand on early religious imagery in Cambodia. Lectures associated with the exhibit can be viewed on the new Freer Sackler YouTube channel.

Weavers’ Stories from Island Southeast Asia

Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
August 1, 2010 – December 12, 2010

With Weavers’ Stories, the Fowler Museum showcases textiles from Southeast Asia alongside the voices of the eight weavers and batik artists who created them. These women tell their stories directly to the museum audience through videos recorded in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and East Timor. Each video features an artist speaking about issues of importance to her and about the newly made textiles commissioned for the exhibition. Weavers’ Stories also presents older Southeast Asian textiles from the Fowler’s encyclopedic collection to illustrate the tradition within which each woman works.

The World of Khubilai Khan: Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
September 28, 2010 – January 2, 2011

The World of Khubilai Khan is a major international loan exhibition of the arts and material culture of China during the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368). The exhibition covers the period from the first major incursion by the Mongols into northern China in 1215 (the year Khubilai Khan was born), to the end of the dynasty he founded. The art style that developed during this period is usually associated with modern Chinese cultural forms, from landscape painting to blue-and-white porcelain. The exhibition features over 220 works of art as well as archaeological finds drawn principally from museums in China, with additional loans from Japan, Europe and the United States. Yuan arts have not been featured on this scale at an American museum for many decades, and many of the featured objects are being exhibited in the U.S. for the first time.

Bali: Art, Ritual, Performance

Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA
February 25 – September 11, 2011

The first large-scale exhibition solely devoted to Balinese arts and culture in the United States, Bali: Art, Ritual, Performance will showcase approximately 150 artworks drawn from museum collections in the U.S. and the Netherlands and place them in the context of Balinese ritual and performance. Visiting tukang banten (offering makers) will create the ritual offerings central to Balinese religion and society, showing how objects are used in ceremonies and artistic practices. Performances and films encompassing dance, drama, shadow puppetry and music will highlight the ways in which the Balinese integrate art objects, performance and ritual. Visitors will learn not only about Balinese art, history, religious beliefs, and cultural traditions, but also about their integration into daily life. At the same time, the exhibition includes an examination of Bali’s interaction with the West, which has led to artistic collaborations and innovations.

Archaeological Websites

National Museum of Cambodia

Apsara Authority, Cambodia


Angkor National Museum

Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO)

The Museum of Buddhist Art

Cambodian Living Arts

Reyum Institution of Arts and Cultures

Khmer Archaeological Society

Khmer Renaissance

Centre Culturel Frainçais

Centre Bophana

The Cambodia.Net

The Meta House

The Sa Sa Arts Gallery

The artXprojects

Luce Foundation-Asian Arts Exhibition

National Gallery of Arts, Washington

Khmer Art Gallery

Guide visit temple d’Angkor

Asian  Arts Newspaper

The New York Time

Archaeology in Europe

Museums in Paris

National University of Singapore

University of Washington

University of Minnesota

The Japan Times

The Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog (SEAArch)

Universes in Universe

Heritage Watch International

World Exhibition



Art Exhibit of Cambodian Bronzes on-going at DC Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery and J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles in February 2011.

Musée Guimet

Presentation by Dr. Franklin Huffman

Virtual Sambor Prei Kuk, Cambodia
The National Geographic Magazine in France

APSARA Authority collaborates with the following partners:

Partner: CSA – Chinese Gouvernement Team for Safeguarding Angkor
Project : Chau Say Thevoda

Partner : Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient (EFEO)
Project : Baphoun
Contact :

Partner : German Apsara Conservation Project (GACP)
Project : Angkor Wat
Contact :

Partner : India – Cambodia Cooperation
Project : Taprohm
Contact :

Partner : Japanese Government Team for Safeguarding Angkor / JAPAN-APSARA Safeguarding Angkor (JASA)
Project : Suor Prat, Bayon, Northerm library of Angkor Wat
Contact :

Partner : Sophia Asia Center for Research and Human Development Projects
Project : Causeway Angkor Wat
Contact :

Partner : Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
Project : Banteay Srei Conservation Project (BSCP)
Contact :

Partner : World Monuments Fund
Project : Preah Khan, Ta Som
Contact :

Partner: The University of Sydney
Project: The Greater Angkor Project (GAP)

Partner: The University of Sydney
Project: The Living with Heritage Project (LWH)

The list of partners is in the process of being compiled.

Bulletin infos. CETOBaC n°70

*CETOBaC (Centre d’études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et
*Bulletin d’informations n° 70*

*1) Déménagement de l’EHESS du 54 bd Raspail*

Les locaux du 54 bd Raspail ne seront plus accessibles après le 17
décembre 2010.
Notre nouvelle adresse à compter du 4 janvier 2011 sera la suivante :
*190-198 avenue de France
75244 Paris Cedex 13*
(numéros de téléphone et fax inchangés)

*2) Séances spéciales des séminaires des membres et associés du CETOBaC*
(informations complémentaires concernant les autres séminaires sur le
site )

_à l’EHESS – 54 bd Raspail (salle 830)_
(le lieu des séminaires à partir de janvier 2011 sera commmuniqué

Méropi Anastassiadou*
Déconstruire l’héritage ottoman. Patrimoines culturels et identités
collectives en Grèce et en Turquie (XIXe-XXe siècles)*, 2e, 4e et 5e
mercredis du mois de 13h à 15h
Attention : _séance du 8 décembre 2010 annulée


Xavier Bougarel, Nathalie Clayer, Bernard Lory*
Les Balkans et leur voisinage : circulations des hommes, des idées et
des biens*
1er, 3e et 5e lundis du mois de 17h à 19h
– 6 décembre : “Passage de l’Empire à l’Etat-nation ou passage d’un
univers multipolaire à un autre” (Nathalie Clayer)

Nathalie Clayer*
Etats, nations et confessions dans l’Europe du Sud-Est à la sortie des
2e et 4e lundis du mois de 17h à 19h
– 13 décembre : “Les paradigmes historiographiques (réforme, réaction,

Frédérique Longuet Marx*
Islam et identité nationale au Caucase*, 1er et 3e mardis du mois de 17h
à 19h
– 7 décembre : “Retour du Daghestan et de Tchétchénie : récits, analyse
et présentation d’images” (Frédérique Longuet Marx et Quentin Jorda)

_à l’EHESS-IISMM – 96 Bd Raspail – 75006 Paris (salle de réunion 1er étage)


Anne Ducloux, Stéphane A. Dudoignon, Michael Kemper, Alexandre Papas,
Thierry Zarcone*
Religion et société en Russie et en Asie centrale depuis le XVIIIe siècle*
3e jeudi du mois de 15h à 17h, à partir du 20 janvier 2011

_à l’EHESS – 105 Bd Raspail – 75006 Paris_

Marc Aymes, Maroussia Ferry et Hayri Göksin Özkoray*
Séminaire interdisciplinaire d’études turques (SIDET)*
Mardi de 9h à 11h (salle 6)
– 7 décembre : “Communautés en pèlerinage – I”
– 14 décembre : “Communautés en pèlerinage – II” (discussion avec Galia

à l’EHESS – 10 rue Monsieur-le-Prince – 75006 Paris (salle Alphonse-Dupront)


Marc Aymes, Benjamin Gourisse, Emmanuel Szurek*
Sociologie historique de l’Etat en Turquie depuis les Tanzimat*, 2 e et
4e mercredis du mois de 11h à 13h
– 8 décembre : “L’interpénétration des jeux étatiques, politiques et
sociaux : mobilisations collectives et captations des ressources
étatiques (1975-1980)” (Benjamin Gourisse)

Stéphane A. Dudoignon, Olivier Ferrando, Carole Ferret, Isabelle Ohayon,
Julien Thorez*
L’Asie centrale dans tous ses Etats : questions et méthodes*, 2e jeudi
du mois de 13h à 15h
– 9 décembre :
“L’économie politique des esclaves et autres dépendants dans le Khwarezm
du XIXe siècle” (François Ömer Akakca, Université Otto-Friedrich de
Bamberg) ;
– “La reconstruction de l’Afghanistan : entre gouvernance
transnationale, Etat et groupes locaux” (Alessandro Monsutti, IHEID, Genève)

*3) Séminaires extérieurs à l’EHESS

Emmanuel Szurek*
Les Turcs – Histoire sociale et culturelle (1880-1950)*
les mercredis 5, 12, 19 janvier, 2 et 16 février 2011 de 10h à 12h, à
l’ENS/EHESS, 48 Bd Jourdan, 75014 Paris (salle de réunion). Trois
séances (26 janvier, 9 février, 23 février 2011) seront communes avec le
séminaire “Sociologie historique de l’Etat en Turquie depuis les
Tanzimat” et auront donc lieu de 10h à 13h au 10 rue Monsieur-le-Prince,
75006 Paris (salle Alphonse-Dupront)

Nicolas Vatin *
Études ottomanes (XVe-XVIIIe siècles)*:
– *Cours d’initiation à l’ottoman*, de 9h à 10h à partir du 2 décembre,
suivi du séminaire :
– *Lecture et commentaire des Gazavât-ı Hayrü-d-dîn Pacha*, de 10h à 12h.
Centre Albert Châtelet, 6 rue Jean-Calvin, 75005 Paris (dernier étage,
salle B)
Détails pratiques sur

*4) Conférences-invité*

*M. Dariusz Kolodziejczyk, professeur à l’Université de Varsovie,
professeur invité au Collège de France, fera quatre conférences sur le
thème : *Le khanat tatar de Crimée, l’Empire ottoman et l’Europe
centrale (XVe-XVIIIe s.)
*- mercredi 19 janvier 2011 : “Les Ottomans et l’Europe de l’est : le
rôle d’/antemurale christianitatis /relève-t-il du mythe historique ?”
– mercredi 26 janvier : “Les frontières de l’Empire ottoman, de la
Hongrie au Yémen”
– mercredi 2 février : “La chancellerie du khanat tatar de Crimée entre
les traditions mongole, orthodoxe, ottomane et latine”
– mercredi 9 février : “Le khan tatar de Crimée face au sultan ottoman :
vassal ou souverain à part entière?”
Les séances auront lieu de 17h à 18h au Collège de France, 11 place
Marcelin-Berthelot, 75005 Paris (amphithéâtre Guillaume Budé)

*5) Colloque du CETOBaC

– Journées d’études “La protection de la diversité culturelle dans le
sud-est européen. Cadre juridique et réalités du terrain”, 2 et 3
décembre 2010 à Strasbourg, organisées par le CNRS (CETOBaC, EHESS,
Paris ; Laboratoire Cultures et Sociétés en Europe, UdS, Strasbourg) et
l’Ecole française d’Athènes avec le concours du Conseil de l’Europe.
Contact : Méropi Anastassiadou (

*6) Autres manifestations*

Mairbek Vatchagaev*: Caucase : histoire et actualité
*jeudi de 16h à 18h – tous les 1er jeudis du mois, séance de 17h à 19h
– 2 décembre : “La Géorgie dans la première moitié du XIXe siècle : la
conquête et l’annexion de la Géorgie par l’empire russe et la résistance
nationale” (Georges Mamoulia)
– 9 décembre : “L’Azerbaïdjan entre shiisme et panturquisme” (Mairbek
– 16 décembre : “Comparaison et divergence : Caucase du
Nord-Afghanistan. Impact de l’intervention soviétique (1980) en
Afghanistan et des deux campagnes militaires russes en Tchétchénie
(1994, 1999)” (Marie Bennigsen)

– Journées d’études “Recherches sur le monde ottoman XVe-XIXe siècle”,
10 et 11 décembre 2010, Palais de l’Institut de France, Académie des
Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, 23 quai de Conti, Paris

**- A noter dès maintenant. L’EHESS organise à Paris, du 17 au 30
juillet 2011, un séminaire d’été international “Création et histoire”.
Le programme s’adresse à des doctorants et des mastérisants de haut
niveau, désireux de suivre une formation intensive et donnant lieu à une
validation des acquis dans le champ de l’étude des arts vus sous l’angle
des sciences sociales. Pour plus d’informations, contacter Joelle
Busuttil (

*7) Parutions récentes*

– Alberto Fabio Ambrosio, /Vie d’un derviche tourneur. Doctrine et
rituels du soufisme au XVIIe siècle/, Paris, CNRS Éditions, 2010,

– Savas Arslan, /Cinema in Turkey: A New Critical History/, Oxford
University Press, 2011

– Rıfat N.Bali, L’affaire Impôt sur la

– Lucie Bonato, Maryse Emery, /Louis Dumesnil de Maricourt. Un consul
pour la France (1806-1865)/, Peleus, band 48, Mannheim, Rutzen, 2010,

– Michelle Campos, /Ottoman Brothers: Muslims, Christians, and Jews in
Early Twentieth Century Palestine,/Stanford University Press,

– Monuments, Patrons, Contexts: Papers on Ottoman Europe presented to
Machiel Kiel/, Maximilian Hartmuth and Ayşe Dilsiz (éds.), Leiden:
Netherlands Institute for the Near East, 2010.]

Rachida Chih et Catherine Mayeur-Jaouen (dir.), /Le soufisme à l’époque
ottomane (Sufism in the Ottoman Era)/, Le Caire, Institut Français
d’Archéologie Orientale, 2010, 442p.

– John Curry, /The Transformation of Muslim Mystical Thought in the
Ottoman Empire: The Rise of the Halveti Order, 1350-1650/, Edinburgh
University Press website at:

– Alexandre Papas, /Mystiques et vagabonds en islam. Portraits de trois
soufis qalandar, /Paris, Editions du Cerf (collection Patrimoines –
Visage de l’islam), 2010, 339p.

– Jean-François Pérouse, /Constantinople 1900. Journal photographique de
T.Wild/, Paris, Ed. Kallimages, 2010, 256p

8) Bourses

– “L’Europe et l’invention de la modernité”. Offre de 4 bourses
doctorales dans le cadre du programme doctoral européen en sciences
humaines et sociales, en collaboration entre l’EHESS, l’EPHE, la
Humboldt Universität (Berlin), l’Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane
(Florence) et la Central European University (Budapest).
Appel d’offres sur :
Date limite de dépôt des candidatures : 17 janvier 2011 – Examen oral
d’admission à Paris les 21 et 22 février 2011
Pour plus d’informations sur le programme doctoral :

– The Berlin-based Forum Transregionale Studien invites scholars to
apply for five postdoctoral fellowship for the research project
“Zukunftsphilologie : Revisiting the Canons of Textual Scholarship for
the academic year 2011-2012 in Berlin.

Application should be submitted in English and received by 17 January
2011, addressed to : ;

– 7 postdoctoral fellowships for the academic year 2011-2012 for the
project “Rechtskulturen : Confrontations Beyond Comparison”. Closing
date : 17 January 2011


*9) Expositions*

“L´Orientalisme en Europe, de Delacroix à Kandinsky”, du 15 octobre 2010
au 9 janvier 2011 (ouvert tlj sauf le lundi), Musées royaux des
Beaux-Arts de Belgique (3 rue de la Régence,

“Couleurs d’Orient. Arts et arts de vivre dans l’Empire ottoman, du 18
novembre 2010 au 27 février 2011, Fondation Boghossian, Bruxelles.

The current exhibition in Dubai’s “Empty Quarter” gallery Adventure –
Snouck Hurgronje’s early photographs 1885 byChristiaan Snouck Hurgronje
| Al-Sayyid Abd al-Ghaffar”) displays photographs, probably from 1885,
of Mecca by possibly the “first Meccan photographer”, an Iraqi
physician, “Dr Abd al-Ghaffar”.

“Hilâl ve Günes. Istanbul’da Üç Japon. The Crescent and the Sun. Three
Japanese in Istanbul : Yamada Torajirô, Itô Chûta, Otani Közui”, 12
octobre 2010 au 20 février 2011, Istanbul Arastirmalari Enstitüsü,
Istanbul. *

*10) Divers*

– Les vidéos de la journée d’accueil des étudiants de l’EHESS du 20
octobre 2010 sont maintenant en ligne à l’adresse :

– le dimanche 12 décembre à 12h, France-Culture diffusera l’émission
“Tire ta langue”, consacrée au dernier livre de Rémy Dor /Un seul
corbeau ne fait pas l’hiver /(Langues et Mondes, 2010)

– Complément d’informations concernant le dossier de presse sur les 80
ans de l’IFEA : Voir les articles d’Ilber Ortayli dans /Milliyet/, de
Hadi Uluengin dans /Hurriyet /et de Murat Tokay dans /Zaman/.

en turc :〈=fr
en français :

– From a collection of splendidly-illustrated lullabies from around the
world; this is Turkish.

Au Centre Culturel Anatolie, 77 rue La Fayette, 75009 Paris :
– exposition d’aquarelles de Mme Bilge Burcuoglu jusqu’au 5 décembre.
– exposition-vente des photos de Mehmet Ilbaysözü : les derviches de
Konya. Après l’exposition sur les visages du monde en janvier 2010, M.
Ilbaysözü revient exposer au Centre Anatolie jusqu’au 8 janvier 2011.

– trois jours de la “Bouquinade” littéraire turque du 2 au 4 décembre
2010. Rencontres avec les écrivains le samedi 4 après-midi : Sylvie
Lasserre, Zeynep Bayramoglu, Claude-Exeter Desire, etc.
– marché de Noel d’artisanat turc du 9 au 23 décembre inclus de 11h à

– soirée spéciale “Mevlana” le vendredi 17 décembre à partir de 20h30
Entrée libre pour toutes ces manifestations.

Tél. 0142800474 – cca-anatolie@wanadoo.fr

EHESS-CETOBaC (Centre d’études turques,
ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques)
54 Bd Raspail – 75006 Paris
tél. 0149542301 – fax. 0149542672
Nouvelle adresse à compter du 4 janvier 2011_  :

190-198 avenue de France
75244 Paris Cedex 13
(numéros de téléphone et fax inchangés)

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តើ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ​” ជា​អ្វី?

ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​ “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” គឺជា​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​ដំបូង​បង្អស់​នៅ​ក្នុង​ព្រះរាជា​ណាចក្រ​កម្ពុជា ផ្នែក​សិល្បៈ និង​បុរាណ​វិទ្យា ដែល​បង្ហាញ​ចំពោះ​អ្នក​អាន​ទាំង​ឡាយ ដែល​ពាក់ព័ន្ធ​វិស័យ​វប្បធម៌ បុរាណវិទ្យា ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រ សិលាចារិក ជាតិពិន្ទុវិទ្យា សិក្សា​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​សង្គម ទេសចរណ៍… ។ល។ ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ​នឹង​ផ្ដល់​ព័ត៌មាន​ជូន​ដល់​អ្នក​អាន​ផង​ដែរ នូវ​ការងារ​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​សង្គម និង​បុរាណ​វិទ្យា​នៅ​តាម​បណ្ដា​ប្រទេស​អាស៊ី​អាគ្នេយ៍ និង​នៅ​ជុំវិញ​ពិភពលោក ដូចជា ការតាំង​ពិព័ណ៌ ការប្រជុំ សិក្ខាសាលា អត្ថបទ​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ផ្សេងៗ ដែល​ទាក់ទង​នឹង​បុរាណ​វិទ្យា។

តើ​ក្រុម​អ្នក​ស្រាវជ្រាវ និង​បង្កើត​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” ជា​នរណា?

អ្នក​ស្រាវជ្រាវ និង​អ្នក​បង្កើត​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ គឺ​ក្រុមហ៊ុន​និស្សិត និង​សាស្ត្រាចារ្យ​ខ្មែរ និង​បរទេស​មួយ​ក្រុម ដែល​បាន​និង​កំពុង​សិក្សា​នៅ​ក្នុង និង​ក្រៅ​ប្រទេស​លើ​ផ្នែក​បុរាណវិទ្យា ប្រវត្តិវិទ្យា សង្គមវិទ្យា ទេសចរណ៍ សេដ្ឋកិច្ច និង​ព័ត៌មានវិទ្យា… ។ល។ ដែល​មាន​ទឹកចិត្ត​ស្រឡាញ់​វប្បធម៌ និង​អារ្យធម៌​របស់​ខ្មែរ ហើយ​មាន​ឆន្ទៈ​ចង់​លើក​ស្ទួយ និង​ថែរក្សា​សម្បត្តិ​វប្បធម៌​ទាំង​នោះ​ឲ្យ​នៅ​ស្ថិតស្ថេរ​គង់វង្ស​ជា​រៀង​ រហូត កុំ​ឲ្យ​បាត់បង់​នូវ​អត្តសញ្ញាណ​ជាតិ​ដែល​មានអាយុកាល​ជា​ហយូរលង់​ណាស់​មក​ ហើយ។ ក្រុម​អ្នក​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ទាំង​នេះ គឺ​ជា​សមាជិក​ក្រុម​ស្ថាបនិក​នៃ “មជ្ឈមណ្ឌល​ស្រាវជ្រាវ និង​អភិវឌ្ឍន៍​វប្បធម៌​កម្ពុជា”។


ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” រៀបចំ​ឡើងក្នុង​គោលបំណង​ផ្សព្វផ្សាយ និង​ផ្ដល់​ព័ត៌មាន​ដល់​អ្នក​អាន និង​មហាជន​ទូទៅ នូវ​អ្វី​ដែល​ហៅ​ថា​តម្លៃ​ឲ្យ​កាន់​តែ​ខ្លាំង។ ចំពោះ​រាល់​អត្ថបទ​ទាំង​អស់​ដែល​ត្រូវ​យក​មក​ចុះ​ផ្សាយ​នៅ​ក្នុង​ ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ​គឺ​សរសេរ​ឡើង​ដោយ​ប្រើ​ពាក្យ​សម្រាយ ដោយ​មិន​ផ្ដោត​សំខាន់​ទៅ​លើ​បញ្ហា​បច្ចេកទេស​ពេក​ទេ សំដៅ​ធ្វើ​យ៉ាងណា ដើម្បី​ផ្ដល់​ភាព​ងាយស្រួល​ដល់​អ្នក​អាន​គ្រប់​ស្រទាប់​វណ្ណៈ។

តើ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ ធ្វើ​ឡើង​សម្រាប់​នរណា?

សិស្ស និស្សិត បញ្ញាវ័ន្ត និង​ប្រជាជន​គ្រប់​ស្រទាប់​វណ្ណៈ ជា​ពិសេស​យុវជន និង​យុវតី​ជំនាន់​ក្រោយ គឺ​ជា​គោលដៅ​ចម្បង​បំផុត​នៃ​ការផ្សព្វផ្សាយ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ“។ អ្នក​អាន​ទាំង​អស់​អាច​ដឹង ស្វែងរក​នូវ​ព័ត៌មាន​គ្រប់​បែបយ៉ាង ដែល​ទាក់ទង​នឹង​ការងារ​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ផ្នែក​បុរាណ​វិទ្យា ប្រវត្តិសាស្ត្រ សិលាចារិក ទេសចរណ៍ និង​សិក្សា​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​សង្គម ទាំង​នៅ​ក្នុង និង​ក្រៅ​ប្រទេស តាម​រយៈ​អាសយដ្ឋាន​នៃ​គេហទំព័រ​ដែល​មាន​ចុះ​ផ្សាយ​នៅ​ក្នុង​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ។ ម្យ៉ាងវិញ​ទៀត រាល់​ព័ត៌មាន​សង្ខេប​ផ្សេងៗ​ស្ដី​អំពី​ស្ថាប័ន​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ផ្នែក​វប្បធម៌​នៃ ​បណ្ដា​ប្រទេស​នៅ​អាស៊ី​អាគ្នេយ៍ និង​នៅ​គ្រប់​ទី​កន្លែង​នៅ​លើ​ពិភពលោក ក៏​មាន​ណែនាំ​នៅ​ក្នុង​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” នេះ​ផង​ដែរ។


ថ្វីត្បិត​តែ​ក្រុម​ការងារ​រៀបចំ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” មាន​អ្នក​សរសេរ​អត្ថបទ​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​ក៏​ពិត​មែន ប៉ុន្តែ​យើង​ខ្ញុំ​ក៏​នៅ​តែ​រង់ចាំ​ទទួល​ស្វាគមន៍​នូវ​រាល់​អត្ថបទ​ទាំងឡាយ​ របស់​អ្នក​ស្រាវជ្រាវ ដែល​ទាក់ទង​នឹង​ផ្នែក​វប្បធម៌ និង​អារ្យធម៌​ខ្មែរ ដើម្បី​ឲ្យ​មាន​អត្ថបទ​ស្រាវជ្រាវ​សម្រាប់​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​កាន់តែ​សម្បូរ​បែប។ លោក​អ្នក​អាន​ក៏​អាច​ផ្ញើ​ជា​លិខិត​ដើម្បី​កែតម្រូវ​នូវ​រាល់​ព័ត៌មាន​ ទាំងឡាយ​ណា​ដែល​យើង​ខ្ញុំ​បាន​ចុះ​ផ្សាយ និង​ដើម្បី​រិះគន់​ក្នុង​ន័យ​ស្ថាបនា​នូវ​រាល់​កំហុស​ឆ្គង ដែល​កើត​មាន​ឡើង​ដោយ​អចេតនា។


នៅ​ក្នុង​លេខ​ទី ១ នៃ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” នេះ​ក្រុម​ការងារ​រៀបចំ មាន​សេចក្ដី​សោមនស្ស និង​សូម​ថ្លែង​នូវ​ព្រះ​អំណរគុណ ដ៏​ស្មោះ​អស់​ពី​ដួងចិត្ត ថ្វាយ​ចំពោះ ព្រះករុណា ព្រះបាទ​សម្ដេច ព្រះ​បរមនាថ នរោត្តម សីហមុនី ព្រះ​មហាក្សត្រ​នៃ​ព្រះ​រាជា​ណាចក្រ​កម្ពុជា ដែល​ព្រះអង្គ បាន​ជួយ​គាំទ្រ​យ៉ាង​ស្មោះ​អស់​ពី​ដួង​ព្រះ​ហឫទ័យ ចំពោះ​ក្រុម​ការងារ​យើង​ខ្ញុំ។ មិន​ត្រឹមតែ​ប៉ុណ្ណោះ ព្រះអង្គ​បាន​ព្រះ​មេត្តាប្រោស​ព្រះរាជទាន​នូវ​ព្រះ​រាជទ្រព្យ​ដ៏​ថ្លៃថ្លា​ របស់​ព្រះអង្គ ដើម្បី​ជំរុញ​ឲ្យ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​នេះ​លេច​ចេញ​រូបរាង​ឡើង។ ម្យ៉ាង​វិញ​ទៀត ព្រះអង្គ​ក៏​មាន​ព្រះរាជ​បន្ទូល​ផង​ដែរ ដើម្បី​លើក​ទឹកចិត្ត​ដល់​ក្រុមការងារ​យើង​ខ្ញុំ ក្នុងការ​ខិតខំ​ប្រឹងប្រែង និង​សំដៅ​ធ្វើ​យ៉ាងណា​បន្ត​ការងារ​រៀបចំ​នេះ​តទៅ​ទៀត។

គម្រោង​បោះពុម្ព​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” ឆ្នាំ​២០០៩-២០១០

ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” នឹង​ចេញ​ផ្សាយ​នៅ​រៀងរាល់​ ៣​ខែ​ម្ដង ហើយ​នៅ​ក្នុង​ឆ្នាំ​២០០៩​នេះ ក្រុម​ការងារ​យើង​ខ្ញុំ មាន​គម្រៀង​បោះពុម្ព​ផ្សាយ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី​ចំនួន ៤ ច្បាប់ គឺ ច្បាប់​លេខ ១, លេខ ២, លេខ ៣ និង​លេខ ៤។

សេចក្ដី​អំពាវនាវ​រក​អ្នក​ឧបត្ថម្ភ​ចំពោះ​ ទស្សនាវដ្ដី

ការងារ​រៀបចំ​ទស្សនាវដ្ដី “កេរដំណែលខ្មែរ” អាច​​បន្ត​និរន្តភាព និង​ដំណើរការ​ទៅ​បាន ក៏​ដោយសារ​មាន​ការគាំទ្រ​ពី​សំណាក់​សប្បុរសជន អង្គការ ស្ថាប័ន​រដ្ឋ និង​ឯកជន វិទ្យាស្ថាន និង​ជំនួយ​មនុស្ស​ធម៌​ពី​គ្រប់​មជ្ឈដ្ឋាន​ ទាំង​ក្នុង និង​ក្រៅ​ប្រទេស ដែល​មាន​ចិត្ត​ស្រឡាញ់ គាំទ្រ និង​ថែរក្សា​សម្បត្តិ​វប្បធម៌​ជាតិ​ឲ្យ​បាន​គង់វង្ស និង​សំដៅ​ធ្វើ​យ៉ាងណា ឲ្យ​ក្រុម​ការងារ​យើង​ខ្ញុំ អាច​បន្ត​អនុវត្ត​ទៅ​លើ​គម្រោង​ស្រាវជ្រាវ និង​អភិវឌ្ឍន៍​រងស់​ខ្លួន បម្រើ​ជូន​ដល់​ប្រជាពលរដ្ឋ។

Kerdomnel Khmer Magazine

KERDOMNEL KHMER (Khmer Heritage) is the first magazine in the Kingdom of Cambodia which focuses on arts, archaeology, history, epigraphy, ethnology, sociology,painting, cultural tourism, and so on. The magazine, of which a trial issue has now  been published, will also provide information to readers on exhibitions, meetings, workshops, and publications on the arts and archaeology in Southeast Asia and countries around the world. The people involved in founding and researching for KERDOMNEL KHMER Magazine are local and international professors and students, both within and outside  the country,  who are conducting projects on archaeology, architecture, history,sociology, cultural tourism, and publishing.

The magazine will be used to spread information and share news to readers, especially the younger generation and persons in regional areas. It is intended to educate people in the importance of cultural legacy and national heritage in order to promote conservation and protection. To facilitate understanding by a wide range of readers, the published articles will be simply written and will try to avoid unnecessary technical terms. All data and information related to our project will be hosted at

While the magazine has its own researchers to call on, we will also welcome any articles related to Khmer culture and civilization by researchers who wish to publish in our magazine, and we will also welcome any feedback from our reader through a “Letters to the Editor” section.

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Population Groups Served

Kerdomnel Khmer serves people in all areas of all backgrounds, but the majorities are adults living in urban areas.  It is hoped that this magazine can ride the new tide of increased interest in the arts and archaeology of Cambodia both within the country and abroad.

Below is the chart of they demographics of Kerdomnel Khmer’s readers:

Key Reader Characteristics

Location: Mainly urban, Demographic

Gender: Male and Female

Age: 19-25 (University students)

25-40 (Professors, young professionals)

30-60 (other researchers, Government officers, NGO staff and tourists.etc.)

Age: Generation Y (born 1977 or later)

Household size: 2-5

Residence status: Home owner, Restaurant, Hotel, Tour Agency.

Marital status: Single, Married

Education: Some college and higher education

Occupation: young/senior professionals, archaeologists, historians, researchers, photographers, artists, designers

Possible Sales Outlets and Outlet types:

In stores: Bookstores, convenience stores, supermarkets, coffee shops, hotels, Tour Agencies, Int. Airports.

Direct: Mail order or internet

Geographical distribution

The copies of Kerdomnel Khmer Magazine will be distributed to The Senat, The National Assembly and all Ministries, Embassies, Libraries, Schools, Universities, Local and Int. NGOs in Cambodia.

Geographical distribution

Region in Cambodia:

Phnom Penh, Kandal, Takeo, Kampot, Svay Rieng, Prei Veng, Kg. Cham, Kg. Thom, Kg. Chhnang, Pursat, Battambang, Banteay Meanchey, Udor Meanchey, Kratie, Stoeng Treng, Kg. Speu, Sihanouk, Koh Kong, Siem Reap, Preah Vihear, Pailin, Kep.

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