Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies : SOAS
Linguistic Comparison in South East Asia and the Pacific : LCSEAP
Austrosiatic Studies : AS
South East Asian Linguistic Studies : SEALS
Mon-Khmer Studies : MKS
1. "The Structure of the Word in Old Khmer", SOAS, XXIII, 2, London : 351-368.
2. "Prefixation and Infixation in Old Mon, Old Khmer and Modern Khmer", LCSEAP, London : 62-70.
3. "Notes on the Numerals and Numeral Coefficients in Old, Middle and Modern Khmer", Lingua, 15 : 143-162.
4. "Linguistic in Cambodia and on Cambodian", Thomas A. Sebeok (ed.): Current Trends in Linguistics, Vol. 2, Linguistics in East Asia and South East Asia, The Hague and Paris : 899-919.
5. "Some Features of Khmer Versification", C. E. Bazell et al. (ed.): In Memory of J. R. Firth, London, Longmans : 227-241.
6. Introduction to Cambodian, London, Oxford University Press.
7. "Affixation in Middle Khmer with Old and Modern Comparisons", Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson and S. Sarotsa (ed.): AS, (Oceanic Linguistics special publication 13), Honolulu : 591-624.
8. "Some Problems arising from the Orthography of Consonants on the Khmer Inscriptions", Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson and S. Sarotsa (ed.): AS (Oceanic Linguistics special publication 13), Honolulu : 625-658.
9. "An Examination of the Vowels and Final Consonants in Correspondences between Pre-Angkor and Modern Khmer", Nguyen Dang Liem (ed.): SEALS2 (PL C, 42), Canberra : 19-38.
10. "Sanskrit Loanwords in Pre-Angkor Khmer", MKS, VI : 151-168.
11. "Some Observations on Khmer Verbal Usages", MKS, VII : 95-109.
12. "The Ecology of Angkor: Evidence from the Khmer Inscriptions", P. A. Stott (ed.): Nature and Man in South East Asia, London : 109-127.
13. "Pre-Angkor Cambodia: Evidence from the Inscriptions in Khmer concerning the Common People and their Environment", R. B. Smith and W. Watson (ed.): Early South East Asia Essays in Archaeology, History and Historical Geography, Oxford : 406-426.
14. "Observations on the Uses of Reduplication as a Poetic Device in Khmer", T. L. Thongkum et al. (ed.): Studies in Tai and Mon-Khmer Phonetics and Phonology in Honour of Eugénie J. A. Henderson, Bangkok, Chulalongkorn University Press :111-130.
15. "Reamker" (extract) and "The code of behaviour for the young" (extract), edited and translated. Keith Bosley (ed.): The Elek Book of Oriental Verse, London, Paul Elek : 94-5 & 95-6.
16. "The Short Stories of Cambodian Popular Tradition", J. H. C. S. Davidson and H. Cordell (ed.): The Short Story in South East Asia, Aspects of a Genre, London, School of Oriental and African Studies : 37-61.
17. Reamker (Ramakerti), The Cambodian version of the Ramayana, translated by Judith M. Jacob, Lecturer in Cambodian at the School of Oriental & African Studies, with the assistance of Kuoch Haksrea, Oriental Translation Fund New Series, Vol. XLV, London, the Royal Asiatic Society.
18. "The Deliberate Use of Foreign Vocabulary by the Khmer: Changing Fashions, Methods and Sources", M. Hobart and R. H. Taylor (ed): Context, Meaning and Power in Southeast Asia, Ithaca : 115-130.
19. "Appendix: The Story of the yaksa Nandaka, guardian of the gate of Isvara", J. H. C. S. Davidson (ed.): Lai Su' Thai. Essays in honour of E. H. S. Simmonds, London, School of Oriental and African Studies, pp. 140-150.
20. "Some Features of Modern Khmer Literary Style", J. H. C. S. Davidson (ed.): South-East Asian Linguistics, Essays in Honour of Eugénie J. A. Henderson, London, School of Oriental and African Studies : 23-41.
21. "A Diachronic Survey of some Khmer Particles (7th to 17th Centuries)", J. H. C. S. Davidson (ed.): Austroasiatic Languages, Essays in Honour of H. L. Shorto, London : 193-225.
22. "Some Comments on the Relationship between Khmer Words having Identical Vowel Nuclei and Final Consonants", C. Bauer, S. O'Harrow et al. (ed.), MKS, XVIII-XIX, Nakorn Pathom, : 67-76.
23. Cambodian Linguistics, Literature and History, Collected Articles, Edited by David A. Smyth, London, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
24. "Cambodia (Kampuchea)", Alastair Dingwall (ed.): Traveller's Literary Companion to South-East Asia, Brighton : 154-162.
25. Jacob, Judith M. and Morgan, Edwin, The Traditional Literature of Cambodia, A Preliminary Guide, London, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London Oriental Series, Volume 40, Oxford University Press.
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