Present or former ICC staff and consultants have contributed to the following works related to Cambodian languages and culture. The Ethnologue is another helpful resource for information about the Languages of Cambodia.
* SMITH, Philip. 2010. The Bunong Culture of Silence: Exploring Bunong Perspectives on Participation at the Interface Between Bunong Culture and Development Organisations. M.A. Thesis. Lund University.
* MAGASPAG, Chitse E. 2009. Language use and attitudes of Kachok speakers: towards an assessment of the Kachok language vitality. M.A. Thesis. Philippine Normal University.
* BEQUETTE, Rebecca L. 2008. Participant reference, deixis, and anaphora in Bunong narrative discourse. MA thesis. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics.
* CHA, Dukgeun. 2007. Orthography development challenges in Western Cham. Master of Applied Linguistics major project. Charles Darwin University.
* KO, Youngsoo. 2007. Verb Serialization in Western Cham. Master of Applied Linguistics major project. Charles Darwin University.
* MALLOW, P. Kreg. 2002. Perceptions of social change among the Krung hilltribe of northeast Cambodia. M.A. Thesis. Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Wheaton College Graduate School. Wheaton, Illinois. 106 pp.
* KELLER, Charles. 1976. A grammatical sketch of Brao, a Mon-Khmer language. M.A. thesis. University of North Dakota. vii. 110 p.
* KELLER, Sally. 1976. English-Khmer medical dictionary. M.A. thesis. University of North Dakota. 191 p.
* GREGERSON, Marilyn. 2009. Learning to read in Ratanakiri: a case study from NE Cambodia. In Marilyn J. Gregerson, guest editor, the International Journal of bilingual education and bilingualism, 12:4.429-447.
* KELLER, Charles; JORDI, Jacqueline; GREGERSON, Kenneth; and Ian G. BAIRD. July 2008. Brao dialects: lexical and phonological variations. Revue de l'Institut de la Langue Nationale de l'Academie Royale du Cambodge. Phnom Penh: Institute of National Language. Special Issue. pp. 87-152.
* KELLER, Charles E. 2001. "Brao-Krung Phonology." In The Mon-Khmer Studies Journal, 31: 1-13.
* BAUMGARTNER, Neil I. 1998. "A grammar of Western (Cambodian) Cham." In David Thomas (ed.), Papers in Southeast Asian linguistics 15: further Chamic studies p. 1-20. Pacific Linguistics A, 89.
* EDMONDSON, Jerold A. and Kenneth J. GREGERSON. 1993. "Western Cham as a register language." In Jerold A. Edmondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson (eds.), Tonality in Austronesian languages, 61-74. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publication, 24. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
* GREGERSON, Kenneth J. 1976. "Tongue-root and register in Mon-Khmer." In Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson and Stanley Starosta (eds.), Austroasiatic studies, part I, 323-69. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publication, 13. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
Fifth International Conference on Language and Development
Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA. 5-7 September 2001.
Marilyn GREGERSON. Learning to read in Ratanakiri: an anatomy of some literacy efforts among the indigenous ethnic minorities of NE Cambodia.
International Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization and Multilingual Education in Minority Communities in Asia.
Bangkok, THAILAND. 6-8 November 2003.
Anne E. THOMAS. 2003. Designing and launching bilingual community-based non-formal education and extension initiatives in the Cambodian Highlands.
Jacqueline JORDI. 2003. Multilingual Education in Northeastern Cambodia.
International Conference on Language Development, Language Revitalization and Multilingual Education in Ethnolinguistic Communities.
Bangkok, THAILAND. July 2008.
Kees Jan BOS, Mirjam BOS and Christina PAGE. July 2008. Community based orthography development: Experiences from the Kuy in Cambodia.
Duk Geun CHA. July 2008. Orthography development challenges in Western Cham.
Marilyn GREGERSON. 2008. A multilingual non-formal program for language minority students in Ratanakiri Province, Cambodia: 10 years and going forward
Conference on Conservation and Development of Languages and Cultures of Ethnic Minority in Cambodia
Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA. 24 November 2008. Organized by Institute of National Language, Royal Academy of Cambodia. Young Soo KO, Bipartite negation in Western Cham. Chitse MAGASPAG, Assessing Kachok language vitality. Becky BEQUETTE, Participant Reference Choices in Bunong Folk Tales. Kees Jan BOS, Kuy orthography development.
SEALS XIX: The 19th meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society.
Ho Chi Minh City, VIETNAM. May 28-29, 2009.
Andrew CARSON. A Comparison of Tampuan Dialects.
ICAAL 4: Fourth International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics.
Bangkok, THAILAND. October 29-30, 2009.
Becky BEQUETTE and Todd BEQUETTE. Functions of the determiner and relativizer, ʔi, in Bunong. Jerold EDMONDSON, Kenneth GREGERSON, and Paul SIDWELL. The North Bahnaric clade: A computional approach. [Includes issues of sub-grouping of Kachoq of Cambodia] To appear in Mon-Khmer Studies, 2011. * Kenneth GREGERSON, Charles KELLER, and Jacqueline JORDI. Merge right: iambic effects, grammaticalization and cliticization in Brao grammar. To appear in Mon-Khmer Studies, 2011.
AAA: American Anthropological Association
San Jose, California, 15-19 November 2006. 105th AAA Annual Meeting.
Special Session: Multilingual Education
* Marilyn GREGERSON. 2006. Learning to read in Ratanakiri: a case study from NE Cambodia.
Washington, DC. November - 2 December 28, 2007. 106th AAA Annual Meeting.
* Marilyn GREGERSON. 2007. Traditional law and decision-making: a study of six Tampuan villages in NE Cambodia.
Philadelphia, PA. December 2-6, 2009. 108th AAA Annual Meeting.
* Marilyn GREGERSON. 2009. Law in traditional societies: Rengao (Vietnam) and Tampuan (Cambodia).