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Department of History

Professor Phuwadol  Songprasert
The Thai Government's Policies towards the Chinese in Thailand, A.D. 1932-1957.   M.A. thesis, Department  of History, Graduate  School, Chulalongkorn University, 1976.
Modern History of Korea. Bangkok : Ramkhamhaeng  University Press, 1978.
“The Thai Government's Policies towards the Movement  of Dr.Sun Yat-sen”, Journal of Social Science and Humanities (Mahidol  University), Vol.II, No.2 (September-December 1978), pp. 50-66.
Past and Present : Sino-American Relations.  Monograph No. 75, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, 1979.

“The Conflict in Laos after World War II”, Journal of Ramkhamhaeng   University, Vol.VI, No.l (March 1979), pp. 18-35.

“Cambodia and the Invasion of Vietnam”, Journal of Asian Review  (Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn  University),  Vol.  I, No. 1   (October-December 1979), pp. 1-23.
“Theory of Socio-Economic Formation and Its Application for   Economic History of Thailand”,  Journal of Political Economy  (Institute of Social Research, Chulalongkorn University),   Vol. I, No. 2 (March-April 1981), pp.116-134.
Cambodia Economy and Industrial Development. Monograph   No.16, Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University,1982
The Development of Chinese Capital in Southern Siam, 1868-1932.  Ph.D. thesis, Department of History, Faculty  of  Arts, Monash  University, Australia , 1985.
Prospects of Sino-Thai Joint Venture. Monograph No. 23, Institute of   Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1985.
“Economic Development in North Korea and South Korea”, Asian  Review (Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University), Vol. VI, No.3 (September-December 1985), pp. 31-38.
“Southeast Asia”, Asia Year Book 1985. Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University , 1985, pp.93-103.
“The  Economic Development of South Korea”, Paper presented at the Conference of East Asian Studies, Bansomdej Chaophraya Teacher Training College, 14-16 October,1985, 16 pages.
“The Korean Peninsular”,  Asia Year Book 1986. Institute of Asian   Studies, Chulalongkorn University, 1986, pp.30-43
“Xiamen and Its Position  in the Economic History of Thailand”,  Social  Review, Vol. VII, No. 3 (April-June1986), pp. 24-38.
“The Special Economic Zone of Ch’ao Zhou”, News of Asian Studies
  (Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University), Vol. II, No. 6   (February-May 1986), pp.7-18.
“The Evolution of Chinese Capitalists in Nakhon  Sithammarat”, in  Pricha Nunsuk (ed.), History and Archaeology of Nakhon Sithammarat  Vol.IV. Bangkok : Krung Siam, 1986, pp. 33-52.
30 Years of Social Science Review in Thailand.  Bangkok : Phonchai   Press, 1986
“The Capital Accumulation of Overseas Chinese in Southern Thailand”,   Journal of Political Economy, Vol. VI,   Nos. 1-2 (October 1986- March 1987), pp. 89-106.
“China's Modernization : The Opportunity of Ethnic Chinese   Entrepreneurs from  Thailand”, in Frances F.W. Lai (ed.), The   Emerging between China & Southeast Asia : Limitations  and Opportunties. Hong Kong : Lingnan College, 1988, pp. 195-205.
The Intellectual Crisis in Thailand. Bangkok : The Social Science   Association of Thailand, 1987.
“The Role of Overseas Chinese in Songkhla Economy, 1775-1901”, in   The Memorial Book on the Occasion of Opening the New Building   of Songkhla Provincial Court,21 December, 1987. Bangkok : Krung Siam, 1987, pp. 9-16.
“Southeast Asia” , Asia Year Book 1988. Institute of Asian  Studies,   Chulalongkorn University, 1988, pp. 16-27.
“The  Alternative Approaches  of Thailand towards the Kampuchean Conflict”. Paper presented at the  53th  Pugwash Symposium on Peace and Security in the Asian-Pacific Region, 17-20 October, 1988, Beijing, China, 16 pages.
Thailand : The First Asylum Country of Indochinese  Refugees. Bangkok : Chulalongkorn University Press, 1989.
“The Overseas Chinese and the National Integration of Thailand”, in   Kusuma Sanitvongse (ed.), The Fracture of Society : A Case Study on the National Security of Thailand.  Bangkok : Aksorn Siam Press, 1989, pp. 177-213.
“The Reinterpretation of Anti-Chinese Movement in Thailand 1903-1925”,   in Ng Lun Ngai-ha and Chang Chak Yan (eds.), Overseas Chinese in Asia between the Two World Wars. Hong Kong : United League   Graphic and Printing, 1989, pp. 415-423.
“The Economic Roles, Positions and Problems of the  Chinese and the   Malay Muslims in the Thai Polity : A Comparative Study”, in S.W.R. de A. Samarasinghe and Reed Coughlan (eds.),  Economic Dimensions  of Ethnic Conflict. New York : St.Martin's Press, 1991, pp.119-134.
The Development of Ethnic Chinese Entrepreneurs in Southern   Thailand. Bangkok : The Social Science Association of  Thailand, 1992.
Modern History  of Indochina.  Bangkok :Phonchai Press, 1992.
The Singapore Capital : The Monopoly of Rubber and Tin Markets   in Thailand. Bangkok:Chulalongkorn University Press, 1992.
“The Investment of Malaysian-Chinese in Southern Thailand”, in Fukui   Hayao, Cross-Border Perspectives from Thailand and Malaysia. Kyoto : The Centre for Southeast  Asian Studies, Kyoto University, pp. 35-48.
“The Problem of Land Reform in Phuket”, Journal of Social Science,   Vol. I, No. 2 (December 1994), pp. 9-21.
Indonesia : Past and Present. Bangkok : Chulalongkorn University   Press, 1996.
“The Industrialization and Its Implication towards the Rural Economy  of Thailand”, Paper presented at JIIA-ISIS Symposium of East Asian   Economies : Sustaining Growth and Stability, March 7-9, Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 15 pages.
“The Transformation of Ethnic Chinese Capital in Phuket”,  Paper   presented at the 14th Conference of International Association of   Historians of Asia (IAHA), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 20-24   May 1996, 15 pages.
“China and the Ethnic Minorities in Yunnan”,  The Social Science   Review,  Vol.19, No.2 (January-June 1998), pp.78-98.
“The Chinese Labour in Thai Society”, in the Friedrich Ebert Foundation,   The Labour History of Thailand.  Bangkok : Chulalongkorn   University  Press, 1998, pp.112-134.
“The Crisis of Indonesian Chinese”,  in Pathumphorn Vacharasathian   and Chaiwat Khamchoo (eds.), China in the Changing World.   Bangkok : Chulalongkorn University Press, 1999, pp. 381-424
“The Corruption in Phatthalung and Songkhla during   the Reign of   Rama V”, The Social Science Review,  Vol. 44, No.1 (January-June  2000), pp.27-34.
“The Chinese Secret Societies in Phuket”, Thaicoon, Vol. 2, No.19   (June-July 2000),  pp.65-83.
“Tan Kah Kee : The Great Overseas Chinese”, Thaicoon, Vol. 3, No.26   (February 2001), pp. 58-63.
“The Spice Islands : The Emergence of Western Colonialism in   Southeast Asia”, Thaicoon, Vol.3,  No.28  (March  2001), pp.62-66
“Dr.Sun Yat Sen in Thailand (Part I)”,  Thaicoon, Vol. 3, No. 29 (April 2001), pp.67-71.
“Dr. Sun Yat Sen in Thailand (Part II)”, Thaicoon, Vol.3, No.31 (May  2001), pp. 62-66.
“San Pao T’ai Chian of the Overseas Chinese”, Thaicoon, Vol.3, No.33   (June 2001), pp. 69-73.
“The Background of Muslim Chinese in Northern Thailand”, Thaicoon   Vol.3, No.35 (July 2001), pp.59-66.
“The Recruitment of Overseas  Chinese Capital during the Ch’ing    Period”, Thaicoon,  Vol.3, No.38 (August 2001), pp.60-67.
“The Salim Group of Indonesia”, Thaicoon, Vol. 3, No. 43 (November 2001), pp.54-61.
“The Implications of Penang’s Historical Connection with Southern    Thailand”, Malaysian Journal of Tropical Geography,  Vol. 33,   No. 1 & 2 (2002), pp. 1-10.
The Overseas Chinese.  Bangkok : Tipping Point Press, 2002.
“Robert Kuok of Malaysia”,  Thaicoon,  Vol. 6, No. 68 (July 2003),    pp.136-139.
“Lim Koh Tong from Malaysia”, Thaicoon,  Vol.6, No.69 (August 2003), pp.128-131.
The Chinese Capital in Southern Thailand.  Bangkok : Tipping Point   Press, 2003.
The History of Indonesia  (2 nd Edition).  Bangkok : Chulalongkorn University Press, 2004.
The Overseas Chinese in Modern Southeast Asia.  Bangkok : Tipping    Point Press, 2004.
“The Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia”, Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, (Kasetsart University), Vol. 30 (May-August 2004),    pp. 86-95.
“The Ethnic Chinese in Southern Thailand”, A Reseasch under the sponsorship of Thailand Research Fund (TRF.), January, 2005. 
“The Chronic Conflict in Three Southernmost Provinces of Thailand” ,  in Uthai Dulyakasem and Lertchai Sirichai (eds.), Knowledge and Method of Conflict Resolution : A Case Study of Crisis in  Southern Thailand. Bangkok : The Asia Foundation, 2005,
pp. 131-210.

The Unity and Alienation in Southern Thailand. Bangkok : Ureka Press, 2005.


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