Major Publications of Roxanna M Brown

Roxanna Brown as we will always remember her
Roxanna's seminal work


“History of Shipwreck Excavations in Southeast Asia”

“Ceramic Excavations in the Philippines”, in Transactions of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society #3, Singapore

“Thai Celadons”, Arts of Asia 3, 2 (March-April 1973),  39–44

“Khmer Ceramics”, Arts of Asia 3, 3 (May-June 1973),  30–35

“The History of Ceramic Finds in Sulawesi”, in Transactions of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society #5, Singapore

The Legacy of Phra Ruang, London: Bluett & Sons

With Vance Childress and Michael Gluckman, “Khmer Kiln Site: Surin Province”, in Journal of the Siam Society 62, 2: 239–252

“Preliminary Report on the Koh Khram Sunken Ship”, in Oriental Art 21, 4: 356–370


The Ceramics of South-East Asia: Their Dating and Identification, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press. Second revised edition, 1988. Chicago (reprint): Art Media Resources, 2000

Legend and Reality: Early Ceramics from South-East Asia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press

With Vance Childress, “Khmer Pottery at Prasat Ban Phluang”, in Arts of Asia 8, 1 (January-February 1978), 67–73

With Adrian Joseph (ed.), South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, Hong Kong: Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong

“Khmer Ceramics of the Korat Plateau: Unraveling the Mysteries”, in Khmer Ceramics 9th-14th Century, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society: 41–50


“Guangdong: A Missing Link to Southeast Asia”, in R Brown (ed.), Guangdong Ceramics From Butuan and Other Philippine Sites, Manila: The Oriental Ceramic Society of the Philippines/Oxford University Press

With Peter Burns, “Eleventh-Century Cham-Philippine Foreign Affairs”, in Ancient Town of Hoi An, Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House

“Ceramics Inventory”, in Mathers, William A and Michael Flecker (eds.), Archaeological Recovery of the Java Sea Wreck, Annapolis, Maryland: Pacific Sea Resources: 116–181

“Xuande-marked Trade Wares and the ‘Ming Gap’”, in Oriental Art 43, 2: 2–7

“Last Shipments from the Thai Sawankhalok Kilns”, in Robert L Brown (ed.), Art from Thailand, Mumbai, India: Marg Publications: 93–103


With Sten Sjøstrand, Turiang: A Fourteenth-Century Shipwreck in Southeast Asian Waters, Pasadena: Pacific Asia Museum
With Sten Sjøstrand, Maritime Archaeology and Shipwreck Ceramics in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Department of Museums and Antiquities

“Fashions in Ceramics”, in TK Sabapathy (ed.), Past, Present, and Beyond, Re-nascence of an Art Collection, Singapore: NUS Museum: 48–59

“Sangkhalok and Asia”, in Charnvit Kasetsiri (ed.), Sangkhalok-Sukhothai-Ayutthaya and Asia, Bangkok: Toyota Thailand Foundation and The Foundation for the Promotion of Social Science and Humanities Textbooks Project: 74–92

(Transl.), Ceramics from the Thai-Burma Border by Sumitr Pitiphat, Bangkok: Thammasat University Thai Kadai Institute

The Ming Gap and Shipwreck Ceramics in Southeast Asia, Doctoral Dissertation, UCLA Department of Art History

“Ming Ban-Ming Gap: Southeast Asian Shipwreck Evidence for Shortages of Chinese Trade Ceramics”, in Pei-kai Cheng, Guo Li and Chui Ki Wan (eds.), Proceedings: Chinese Export Ceramics and Maritime Trade 12th-15th Centuries, Hong Kong: Chinese Civilisation Centre, City University of Hong Kong and City University of Hong Kong Interdisciplinary Research Project: 78–104


The Ming Gap and Shipwreck Ceramics in Southeast Asia, Bangkok, Thailand: The Siam Society