Notes: Following the Thai system for listing names, Thai authors are here listed alphabetically by their given name, not surname. Thailand uses the Buddhist Era (BE) calendar, which begins in the year 543 BCE. The year of publication of Thai books and articles is listed here by the equivalent Common Era year (CE = BE less 543), with the Buddhist Era (BE) year of publication provided in parentheses, e. g., “1978 (BE 2521)”.
Allyn, Eric. 1988. The Men of Thailand (Second Edition). San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
———. 1991a. Trees in the Same Forest: Thailand’s Culture and Gay Subculture (The Men of Thailand: Revisited). San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
———. 1991b. The Men of Thailand Revisited: Where to Sanook in Thailand (The Men of Thailand: Revisited). San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
———. 1992. The Men of Thailand Guide to Gay Thailand. San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
———. 1993. The Men of Thailand 1993 Guide to Gay Thailand. San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
———. 1995. The Men of Thailand Guide to Thailand for Gay Men. Bangkok: Floating Lotus Books.
Allyn, Eric, and Dr. John P. Collins. 1987. The Men of Thailand. San Francisco: Bua Luang Publishing Company.
Altman, Dennis. 1996. “On Global Queering”, Australian Humanities Review, July 1996, Internet Edition (www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/archive/Issue-July-1996/altman) (accessed 20 May 2015).
———. 1997. “Global Gaze/Global Gays”, GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies 3(4): 417–36.
Anderson, Benedict R. O’G. 1983. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origins and Spread of Nationalism. London: Verso.
Anonymous. 1989. Spartacus Guide for Gay Men. 18th edition. Berlin: Bruno Gmünder Verlag.
Boellstorff, Tom. 2007. A Coincidence of Desires: Anthropology, Queer Studies, Indonesia. Durham: Duke University Press.
Bradley, Dr. B. 1873. Dictionary of the Siamese Language. Bangkok: published by the compiler.
Chauncey, George. 1994. Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture, and the Makings of the Gay Male World, 1890–1940. New York: Basic Books.
(p.262) Drucker, Peter. 2000. “Introduction: Remapping Sexualities”, in Different Rainbows, edited by Peter Drucker, 9–42. London: Gay Men’s Press.
Embree, John F. 1969. “Thailand: A Loosely Structured Social System”, in Loosely Structured Social Systems: Thailand in Comparative Perspective, edited by Hans Dieter Evers, 3–15. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asian Studies, Cultural Report Series No. 17.
Farmer, Brett. 2011. “Loves of Siam: Contemporary Thai Cinema and Vernacular Queerness”, in Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media and Rights, edited by Peter A. Jackson, 81–98. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
Foucault, Michel. 1980. The History of Sexuality, Volume 1: An Introduction, translated by Robert Hurley. New York: Vintage Books.
Girling, John L. S. 1981. Thailand: Society and Politics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Go Paknam. 1978 (BE 2521). Go Paknam Khli-khlai Panha Chiwit Sao Chao Gay [Go Paknam solves problems in the sad lives of gays]. Bangkok: Samnakphim Jindasan.
Harris, Andrew. 1968. Bangkok After Dark. New York: MacFadden-Bartell Corp.
Harrison, Rachel. 2000. “The Disruption of Female Desire and the Thai Literary Tradition of Eroticism, Religion and Aesthetics”, Tenggara 41: 88–125.
———. 2005. “Cultures of Criticism, Constructions of Femininity and the Impossibility of Female Desire: Kham Phakaa, Krathuu dork thorng (Queries from a common slut)”, Special Issue: New Directions in Thai Cultural Studies, South East Asia Research 13(1): 91–111.
———. 2010. “The Allure of Ambiguity: The ‘West’ and the Making of Thai Identities”, in The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand, edited by Rachel V. Harrison and Peter A. Jackson, 1–36. Hong Kong and Ithaca, NY: Hong Kong University Press and Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications.
———. 2014. “Introduction: Theoretical F(r)ictions: Cultures of Criticism, Modes of Colonialism and Thai Literary Studies”, in Disturbing Conventions: Decentering Thai Literary Cultures, edited by Rachel V. Harrison, 1–33. London and New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
Herdt, Gilbert. 1981. Guardians of the Flutes: Idioms of Masculinity. New York: McGraw Hill.
Jackson, Peter A. 1989. Male Homosexuality in Thailand: An Interpretation of Contemporary Thai Sources. New York: Global Academic Publishers.
———. 1995a. Dear Uncle Go: Male Homosexuality in Thailand. Bangkok: Bua Luang Books.
———. 1995b. “Thai Buddhist Accounts of Homosexuality and AIDS”, The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA) 6 (3): 140–53.
———. 1997. “Thai Research on Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism and the Cultural Limits of Foucaultian Analysis”, Journal of the History of Sexuality 8 (1): 52–85.
———. 1998. “Male Homosexuality and Transgenderism in the Thai Buddhist Tradition”, in Queer Dharma: Voices of Gay Buddhists, edited by Winston Leyland, 55–89. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press.
———. 1999a. “An American Death in Bangkok: The Murder of Darrell Berrigan and the Hybrid Origins of Gay Identity in 1960s Thailand”, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 5(3): 361–411.
———. 1999b. “Tolerant But Unaccepting: The Myth of a Thai ‘Gay Paradise’”, in Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, edited by Nerida Cook and Peter A. Jackson, 226–42. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.
———. 2000. “An Explosion of Thai Identities: Global Queering and Reimagining Queer Theory”, Culture, Health and Sexuality 2(4): 405–24.
(p.263) ———. 2002. “Offending Images: Gender and Sexual Minorities, and State Control of the Media in Thailand”, in Media Fortunes, Changing Times: ASEAN States in Transition, edited by Russell H. K. Heng, 201–30. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
———. 2003a. Buddhadasa: Theravada Buddhism and Modernist Reform in Thailand. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.
———. 2003b. “Space, Theory and Hegemony: The Dual Crises of Asian Area Studies and Cultural Studies”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18(1): 1–41.
———. 2003c. “Mapping Poststructuralism’s Borders: The Case for Poststructuralist Area Studies”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia 18(1): 42–88.
———. 2003d. “Performative Genders, Perverse Desires: A Bio-History of Thailand’s Same-Sex and Transgender Cultures”, Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, Issue 9 (http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue9/jackson.html) (accessed 20 May 2015).
———. 2004a. “Gay Adaptation, Tom-Dee Resistance, and Kathoey Indifference: Thailand’s Gender/Sex Minorities and the Episodic Allure of Queer English”, in Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalisation and Gay Desire, edited by William L. Leap and Tom Boellstorff, 202–30. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
———. 2004b. “The Thai Regime of Images”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia 19 (2): 1–39.
———. 2004c. “The Performative State: Semicoloniality and the Tyranny of Images in Modern Thailand”, Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia 19 (2): 40–74.
———. 2009a. “Capitalism and Global Queering: National Markets, Sex Cultural Parallels, and Multiple Queer Modernities”, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 15(3): 357–95.
———. 2009b. “Markets, Media, and Magic: Thailand’s Monarch as a ‘Virtual Deity’”, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 10(3): 361–80.
———. 2010. “Afterword: Postcolonial Theories and Thai Semicolonial Hybridities”, in The Ambiguous Allure of the West: Traces of the Colonial in Thailand, edited by Rachel V. Harrison and Peter A. Jackson, 187–205. Hong Kong and Ithaca, NY: Hong Kong University Press and Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications.
———. 2011. Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media, and Rights. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
———. 2012a. “Phet: Thailand’s Master Discourse of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality”, in The Language of Sex and Sexuality in Thailand, edited by Pimpawun Boonmongkon and Peter A. Jackson, 5–14. Chiang Mai: Mekong Press.
———. 2012b. Thai Rainbow Archive: A Digitised Collection of Thai Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Publications (eap.bl.uk/database/overview_project.a4d?projID=EAP128;r=41), edited by Peter Jackson, Narupon Duangwises, Carolyn Brewer, and Paratthakorn Nimsang.
———. 2013. “Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand: Introduction”, in Phet Lak Chet-si: Phahuwattanatham Thang-phet Nai Sangkhom Thai—Cultural Pluralism and Sex/Gender Diversity in Thailand, edited by Narupon Duangwises and Peter Jackson, 14–27. Bangkok: Princess Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre.
Jackson, Peter A., and Nerida Cook. 1999a. “Desiring Constructs: Transforming Sex/Gender Orders in Twentieth Century Thailand”, in Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand, edited by Peter A. Jackson and Nerida Cook, 1–27. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.
(p.264) ———. 1999b. Genders and Sexualities in Modern Thailand. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books.
Käng, Dredge Byung’chu. 2010. “Queer Media Loci in Bangkok: Paradise Lost and Found in Translation”, GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 17(1): 169–91.
Keyes, Charles F. 1975. “Kin Groups in a Thai-Lao Community”, in Change and Persistence in Thai Society, edited by L. G. William Skinner, 274–97. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
———. 1984. “Mother or Mistress but Never a Monk: Buddhist Notions of Female Gender in Rural Thailand”, American Ethnologist 11(2): 223–41.
Klausner, William J. 1981. Reflections on Thai Culture. Bangkok: Suksit Siam.
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Manit Manitcharoen. 1983 (BE 2526). Photjananukrom Thai [Thai dictionary]. Bangkok: Ruam-san.
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Morell, David, and Chai-anan Samudavanija. 1981. Political Conflict in Thailand: Reform, Re-action and Revolution. Cambridge, MA: Oelgeschlager, Gunn and Hain Publishers.
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———. 1979. Everyday Life in Thailand: An Interpretation. Bangkok: Duang Kamol.
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Piker, Steven. 1969. “‘Loose Structure’ and the Analysis of Thai Social Organisation”, in Loosely Structured Social Systems: Thailand in Comparative Perspective, edited by Hans Dieter Evers, 61–76. New Haven: Yale University Southeast Asian Studies, Cultural Report Series No. 17.
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(p.265) Saenphan Bandit. 1994 (BE 2537). Kin Khi Pi Norn—Khae Nan Reu? [Eating, shitting, screwing, sleeping—Is that all there is (to life)], Mithuna 10 (83): 52–55.
Saisuree Jutikan. August 1984 (BE 2527). Tom-Dee: Phror Plort-Phai Lae Jai Rak [Tom-Dee: Because it’s safe and I love her], Khru Thai [Thai Teachers]: 58–60.
Santi Phayakkham (ed.) 1993 (BE 2536). Aphet—Bang Bot Khorng Khwam-pen-pai Nai Phutthasasana, Chuang Raya-wela Haeng Khwam-jep-rao Khorng Phutthasasana [Aphet—some stories of developments in Buddhism, a time of divisive pain in Buddhism]. Bangkok: Khiet Thai Publishing.
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———. 2004. Toms and Dees: Transgender Identity and Female Same-sex Relationships in Thailand. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press.
———. 2011. “The Language of Rights, Deviance and Pleasure: Organizational Responses to Discourses of Same-Sex Sexuality and Transgenderism in Thailand”, in Queer Bangkok: 21st Century Markets, Media and Rights, edited by Peter A. Jackson, 205–24. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
Singhanat Usaho, and Phanika Tuansophana, 1983 (BE 2526). Khwam-ru Reuang Gay Samrap Khon Thi Mai Chai Gay [Information about gays for those who are not gay]. Bangkok: published by the authors.
Stamford, John (ed.) 1980. Spartacus 1980 International Gay Guide for Gay Men. Amsterdam: Spartacus.
———. 1984. Spartacus International Gay Guide, 14th edition. Amsterdam: Spartacus.
Suntaree Komin. 1991. Psychology of the Thai People: Values and Behavioural Patterns. Bangkok: Research Centre, National Institute of Development Administration.
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———. 2006. “Queering Asia”, Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, Issue 14 (http://intersections.anu.edu.au/issue14/wilson.html) (accessed 20 May 2015).
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1. Werasit and Wiresit are the same person. Different spellings of his first name occur in different publications.