History, Buddhism, and New Religious Movements in Cambodia
Editors: John Marston & Elizabeth Guthrie
260 pages with black & white illustrations, references and index. A collection of essays by various scholars all relating to the question “What is particularly Cambodian about Cambodian religion.”
In Four Parts: Cambodian Religion and the Historical Construction of Nation; The Icon of the Leper King; The Ethnography of Contemporary Cambodian Religion; The Transnationalism of Cambodian religion.
Boards with titles and cloth spine, a new book with light surface wear. 6 by 9 inches.