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Title: "Burma Research Electronic Discussion Group" (BuRe) - closed 2012
Description/subject: "This list is intended for discussion related to research on Burma/Myanmar. We do not include political discussions per se, only insofar as they relate to the state of research in the field. You must be signed in and a member of this group to read its archive."
Language: English
Source/publisher: SOAS
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003

Individual Documents

Date of publication: December 2004
Description/subject: "“The ‘Living’ Bibliography of Burma Studies: The Secondary Literature” was first published in 2001, with the last update dated 26 April 2003. The SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research has been expanded to include a special bibliographic supplement this year, and every other year hereafter, into which additions and corrections to the bibliography will be incorporated. In the interim, each issue of the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research will include a supplemental list, arranged by topic and subtopic. Readers are encouraged to contact the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research with information about their publications, hopefully with a reference to a topic and sub-topic number for each entry, so that new information can be inserted into the bibliography correctly. References should be submitted in the form followed by the bibliography, using any of the entries as an example. Please note that any particular entry will only be included once, regardless of wider relevance. Eventually, all entries will be cross-listed to indicate other areas where a particular piece of research might be of use. This list has been compiled chiefly from direct surveys of the literature with additional information supplied by the bibliographies of numerous and various sources listed in the present bibliography. Additional sources include submissions from members of the BurmaResearch (including the former Earlyburma) and SEAHTP egroups, as well as public domain listings of personal publications on the internet. Please also note that newspaper and newsletter articles, encyclopedia articles, conference papers, and papers in progress will not be included in this list, as most are short pieces or extracts from already, or eventually to be, published works." M. W. C.
Author/creator: Michael Charney
Language: English
Source/publisher: SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research Bibliographic Supplement (Winter, 2004) ISSN 1479-8484
Format/size: pdf (1.1MB), jpg (95K); 264 pages
Alternate URLs: http://www.ibiblio.org/obl/docs3/Bib.sup.cover..jpg (Cover)
Date of entry/update: 14 April 2005

Title: Destruction of Documents About Our Ancient Traditions
Date of publication: 1968
Description/subject: This article was written under the pen-name Sann Aung. About ancient artifacts destroyed by careless people. Some Burmese lack knowledge about the importance of preserving our cultural heritage, so they needlessly destroy many Myanmar antiquities.....Subject Terms: 1. Archaeology..... Key Words 1. Military document... 2. Historical sites
Author/creator: Col. Ba Shin
Language: Burmese/ ျမန္မာဘာသာ (Metadata: English and Burmese)
Source/publisher: "Bagan Sar-oke", No. 153, pp31-39, Bagan Sar-oke Taik via University of Washington
Format/size: pdf (790K)
Alternate URLs: http://www.lib.washington.edu/myanmar/pdfs/BS0004.pdf
Date of entry/update: 16 November 2010

Title: Myeik or Maryiek
Date of publication: 1968
Description/subject: "Myeik" is a famous city in Tenimtharyi division. But the term Myeik is different from "Maliek" and "Marate". In Shan language the word Marate means "Ma" horse, while "rate" means pillar, therefore Marate means Horse Pillar. Literary people called Myeik "Maleik". According to Bagan inscriptions the original word Maleik came to mean Myeik.....Subject Terms: Myeik..... Key Words Maryeik
Author/creator: Col. Ba Shin
Language: Burmese/ ျမန္မာဘာသာ (Metadata: English and Burmese)
Source/publisher: "Bagan Sar-oke", No. 153, pp295-308, Bagan Sar-oke Taik, via University of Washington
Format/size: pdf (205K-reduced version: 1MB-original)
Alternate URLs: http://www.lib.washington.edu/myanmar/pdfs/BS0009.pdf
Date of entry/update: 16 November 2010