The Cham of Vietnam (Paperback)

Tran Ky Phuong

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Synopsis: The Cham people once inhabited and ruled over a large stretch of what is now the central Vietnamese coast. The Indianized civilization of this Austronesian-speaking group flourished between roughly the third and fifteenth centuries, and they competed with the Vietnamese and Khmers for influence in mainland Southeast Asia, but the Cham territories eventually became part of modern Vietnam. Written by specialists in history, archaeology, anthropology, art history, and linguistics, the essays in The Cham of Vietnam contribute to a revisionist overview of Cham history by re-assessing the ways the Cham have been studied by different generations of scholars of what "Champa" has represented over the centuries of its history. Several chapters focus on archaeological work in central Vietnam and position recent discoveries within the broader framework of Cham history, but there are also discussions of Cham economy, society and culture. Through this study of a people that did not become a nation-state, the book provides penetrating insights into the history of Vietnam and on the broader dynamic of Southeast Asian history.

About the Author: TRAN Ky Phuong was a curator of the Museum of Champa Sculpture in Danang, Vietnam, from 1978 until 1998, and is now an independent researcher on Cham art and cultural area studies in Central Vietnam.

Bruce LOCKHART is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at the National University of Singapore.

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