Major Publications of Roxanna M Brown

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

1973
“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

1974
“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

1976
“Preliminary Report on the Koh Khram Sunken Ship”, in Oriental Art 21, 4: 356–370

1977

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

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

1979
With Adrian Joseph (ed.), South-East Asian and Chinese Trade Pottery, Hong Kong: Oriental Ceramics Society of Hong Kong

1981
“Khmer Ceramics of the Korat Plateau: Unraveling the Mysteries”, in Khmer Ceramics 9th-14th Century, Singapore: Southeast Asian Ceramic Society: 41–50

1989

“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

1991
With Peter Burns, “Eleventh-Century Cham-Philippine Foreign Affairs”, in Ancient Town of Hoi An, Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House

1997
“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

1999
“Last Shipments from the Thai Sawankhalok Kilns”, in Robert L Brown (ed.), Art from Thailand, Mumbai, India: Marg Publications: 93–103

2000

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

2002
“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

2003
(Transl.), Ceramics from the Thai-Burma Border by Sumitr Pitiphat, Bangkok: Thammasat University Thai Kadai Institute

2004
The Ming Gap and Shipwreck Ceramics in Southeast Asia, Doctoral Dissertation, UCLA Department of Art History

2005
“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

2009

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