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Lindell, Kristina & Damrong Tayanin. 2004. ‘Konsten att jäsa (och dricka) krukvin’ [The art of fermenting (and drinking) wine in jars]. Gastronomisk kalender 43, 131–37.

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Lindell, Kristina, Håkan Lundström, Jan-Olof Svantesson & Damrong Tayanin. 1982. The Kammu year: its lore and music. London: Curzon Press.

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Lindell, Kristina, Jan-Öjvind Swahn & Damrong Tayanin. 1976. ‘The flood: three Northern Kammu versions of the story of the creation’. Acta Orientalia 37, 183–200. Republished 1988 in Alan Dundes (ed.), The flood myth, 265–80. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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Lindell, Kristina, Jan-Öjvind Swahn & Damrong Tayanin. 1989. Folk tales from Kammu–IV: a master-teller’s tales. London: Curzon Press.

Lindell, Kristina, Jan-Öjvind Swahn & Damrong Tayanin. 1995. Folk tales from Kammu V: a young story-teller’s tales. London: Curzon Press.

Lindell, Kristina, Jan-Öjvind Swahn & Damrong Tayanin. 1998. Folk tales from Kammu–VI: a teller’s last tales. London: Curzon Press.

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Lindell, Kristina. 1985. ‘Elefanten och myrorna’ [The elephant and the ants]; ‘Sädesärlan och himmelens ande’ [The wagtail and the spirit of the sky]. In Stina Lindell & Ebbe Lindell, Barn i Asien, 74–76. Stockholm: Liber Läromedel.

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Lundström, Håkan & Damrong Tayanin. 1978. ‘Kammu music in the Yuan area of northern Laos north of the Namta river’. Antropologiska studier 25/26, 62–67. [With vinyl record. Side 2 tracks 4a–b are Kammu]

Lundström, Håkan & Damrong Tayanin. 1981a. ‘Kammu gongs and drums (I): the kettlegong, gongs, and cymbals’. Asian folklore studies 40, 65–86.

Lundström, Håkan & Damrong Tayanin. 1981b. ‘Kammu gongs and drums (II): the long wooden drum and other drums’. Asian folklore studies 40, 173–89.

Lundström, Håkan & Damrong Tayanin. 1982. ‘Music in the fields’. In Lindell, Lundström, Svantesson & Tayanin 1982, 60–160.

Lundström, Håkan & Damrong Tayanin.1983. ‘Musik för rissjälen’ [Music for the rice-soul]. Orientaliska studier 43/44, 19–25.

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Lundström, Håkan & Jan-Olof Svantesson. 1996. ‘Features of Kammu music terminology: a musico-linguistic study’. Pan-Asiatic linguistics: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Languages and Linguistics 4, 1528–34. Salaya: Mahidol University [With DVD record].

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Lundström, Håkan. 1983. ‘Två kammusånger’ [Two Kammu songs]. Orientaliska studier 43/44, 49–57.

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Tayanin, Damrong & Kristina Lindell. 2012. Hunting and fishing in a Kammu village: revisiting a classic study in Southeast Asian ethnography. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. [New edition of Tayanin & Lindell 1991, with added contributions by Håkan Lundström, Olivier Évrard and Magnus Fiskesjö]

Tayanin, Damrong (Kàm Ràw) & Lue Vang. 1992. ‘From the village to the city: the changing life of the Kammu’. In Judy Lewis (ed.), Minority cultures of Laos: Kammu, Lua’, Lahu, Hmong, and Iu-Mien, 1–71. Rancho Cordova, California: Southeast Asia Community Resource Center, Folsom Cordova Unified School District.

Tayanin, Damrong (Kàm Ràw). 2012. ‘The lucky hunter: an epilogue’. In Tayanin & Lindell 2012, 189–95.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1977. Ləəm ton phasaa Kammu | Kammu primer. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1979. Phap aan Kammu, Lem thii 2 | Kammu reader, Vol. 2. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1981. Ləəm ton phasaa Kammu | Kammu primer. 2nd rev. ed. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1983a. ‘Doftande blommor och blad’ [Fragrant flowers and leaves]. Orientaliska studier 43/44, 26–27.

[Tayanin, Damrong.] Kàm Ràw. 1983b. ‘När de påstod att Cɨ́aŋ skulle återfödas’ [When they said that Cɨ́aŋ was to be reborn]. Orientaliska studier 43/44, 40–48. [Annotated translation by Kristina Lindell]

Tayanin, Damrong. 1984. Kàm bóoràan | ‘Ancient sayings’. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1985. Káan tè kmprà | ‘Kinship and marriage’. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1986. Pɨɨm aan VI: Túa Kammu pasom Laaw káp phéŋ Kammu [Reader VI: Kammu and Lao letters, and Kammu songs]. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1988. Píi lέ mɨ̀ɨ Kmmu [Kammu years and days]. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1989. ‘I hjärtat – kammu’ [At heart – Kammu]. In Kristina Lindell & Douglas Bratthall (eds.), Fem år med Programmet för Öst- och Sydöstasienstudier vid Lunds universitet, 33–36. Lund.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1992. ‘Environmental and nature change in Northern Laos’. In Ole Bruun & Arne Kalland (eds.), Asian perceptions of nature, 131–47. Copenhagen: NIAS.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1994a. ‘Divination by chicken bones: an old tradition among the Kammu in Northern Laos’. In Lauritzson, Gun (ed.), 1994, Cooperation East and West – continued, 165–72. Lund: Lund University.

Tayanin, Damrong. 1994b. Being Kammu: my village, my life. Ithaca: Cornell University. Thai translation 2005: Kə̀ət pen Kammu: chiiwít lɛ mùubâan (ดำรง ทายานิน, เกิดเป็น กำมุ: ชีวิตและหมู่บ้าน). Bangkok: Matichon.

Tayanin, Damrong. 2002. Niʔ daan Kɨm hmuʔ ນິທານກຶມຫມຸ [Kammu tales]. Lund: Lund University.

Tayanin, Damrong. 2005a. ‘Mitt liv i Rmcùal och i Sverige’ [My life in Rmcùal and in Sweden]. In Lundström & Svantesson 2005, 59–73.

Tayanin, Damrong. 2005b. ‘Vägen till förfädersbyn’ [The way to the ancestor village]. In Lundström & Svantesson 2005, 151–63.

Tayanin, Damrong. 2006. Where do our souls go after death?: Kammu traditions, rituals and ceremonies. [Printed in Thailand]

Tayanin, Damrong. 2007. ‘Kammu fallow management in Lao P.D.R., with emphasis on bamboo use’. In Malcolm Cairns (ed.), Voices from the forest: integrating indigenous knowledge into sustainable upland farming, 65–72. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press.

Uneson, Marcus. 2001. ‘Acoustic correlates of laryngealization in Kammu’. Working papers (Dept. of Linguistics, Lund University) 49, 168–71.

Uneson, Marcus. 2013. ‘Tone restoration in transcribed Kammu: decision-list word sense disambiguation for an unwritten language’. Linköping Electronic Conference proceedings 85, 399-410.

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