Dr. Pyiet Phyo Kyaw

Dr. Pyiet Phyo Kyaw
Department of Archaeology, University of Yangon.
Ph D (Archaeology), University of Yangon, 2012

Research Work::

      1. “Stone Carvings from Kyaukku Cave Temple (Myanmar version)”, submitted to JMAAS, Vol. V, No. 6(B):291-310 in 2007 (published)
      2. “Religious Symbols Decorated on the Exterior of Bagan Monuments in 13th Century”, submitted to University of Yangon for the Pet Project of the Department of Archaeology in 2008 (published in Bagan and The World: Early Myanmar and Its Global Connections, Singapore, ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute:57-65, 2018)
      3. “Nyaunggan Burial Site: the Bronze Age Context of Myanmar”, submitted to JMAAS in 2009 (Published in Universities Research Journal, Vol. 2, No.8:273-280, 2009)
      4. “The Stylistic Study on the Early Bagan Buddha Images (Myanmar version)”, submitted to University of Yangon for the University project in 2009 (unpublished)
      5. “Study on the Masonry Art Works of Early Bagan Period (AD 1044-1113)”, submitted to Asia Research Centre in 2010 (published in Journal of Asian Research Centre, Yangon University, Vol.3, No.1:56-68, 2013)
      6. “Bronze Age Context of HL 29 at Halin”, Journal of Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, Vol. XI, No. 8, June 2011
      7. Myanmar-France 30 days Expedition for the Primate Study in Pondaung Area, January 2012 & February 2013
      8. “Terracotta Reliefs of Buddhist Jataka Depiction in the Interior of West Phet Leik Stupa in Thiripyitsaya, Bagan”, submitted to SEMEAO CHAT, December 2012 (published in Cultural Traditions, Yangon, SEAMEO Regional Centre for History andTradition:69-82, 2014)
      9. “Moral traditions concerning the sociocultural aspect of Bagan Period”, submitted to SEAMEO CHAT, University of Yangon campus, 11 October, 2013 (published in Traditions, Yangon, SEAMEO Regional Center for History and Tradition (SEAMEO CHAT):127-144, 2020
      10. “Ceramic Beads found in the environs of Myinkapā Village, Bagan”, submitted and presented to Myanmar Ceramic Symposium, International Symposium in University of Yangon, 3-4 March 2014 (published in Myanmar Historical Research Journal, No. 28, June:193-206, 2015)
      11. “Water in Myanmar archaeology: inland and maritime perceptions”, With Dr Elizabeth H Moore, SOAS, University of London. Submitted and presented to the conference entitled “Water in Southeast Asia” special issue TRaNS: Trans Regional and National Studies of Southeast Asia, Sogang University, Seoul, 2014 June (published in TRaNS Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2, Cambridge University Press:283-305, July 2016)
      12. “Legal Preservation and the Challenges of Cultural Resources Management in 21st Century Myanmar”, submitted to International Burma Studies Conference 2014 with the issue of Envision Myanmar: Issues, Images, and Identities. 1-3 August 2014 (unpublished)
      13. “Archaeological Sites in Shan State of Myanmar”, submitted to Academic Presentations to Mark 2109th Tai/Shan New Year Celebrations, University of London, SCAUK Newsletter, Vol. 10, 23 November 2014 (published in SCK-UK Newsletter, Vol.10, 23 November 2014:27)
      14. “Public Memory and Archaeological Processes in Myanmar”, submitted and presented to Public Memory Conference organized by Independent Journal of Myanmar Scholarship, Yangon, December 2013 (unpublished)
      15. “550 Jataka Stories in The Development of Myanmar Traditions Through The Ages”, submitted and presented to SEAMEO CHAT International Seminar on Traditions in a Changing World, 13-14 Jan 2015 (unpublished)
      16. “Glass Beads of Mupon”, co-Authorship with Dr Jame Laktan, submitted and presented to the 15th Conference of European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologist, Paris, 2015 (unpublished)
      17. “Visual Art of Bagan”, submitted and presented to Myanmar- Manipur Conference on Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Manipur (India), 23-25 November 2015 (unpublished)
      18. “The Significance of Catubhummika Monastery, Thaton and Lower Myanmar Archaeology”, submitted and presented to 2nd SEAMEO SPAFA International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology, 30 May- 2 June 2016 (unpublished)
      19. “The Significance of Catubhummika Monastery, Thaton and Lower Myanmar Archaeology”, submitted and presented to 2nd SEAMEO SPAFA International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology, 30 May- 2 June 2016 (unpublished)
      20. “Water, Ritual, and Tradition of Bagan”, submitted and presented to Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association IPPA 21st Congress, Hue, Vietnam, September 2018 (published in SPAFA Journal 3:1-35, January 2019)
      21. “Secular Evidence in the Visual Art of Bagan”, Bagan Metropolis, Elizabeth H Moore (edit.), on line publication, https://www.soas.ac.uk/saaap/news/file126690.pdf, July 9-15 2017
      22. “Water, Management, Ritual and Tradition in Classical Bagan (11th to 14th Century CE)”, submitted and presented to 3rd SEAMEO SPAFA International Conference on Southeast Asian Archaeology, 17-21 June 2019 (published in Advancing Southeast Asian Archaeology 2019, Bangkok, SEAMEO SPAFA Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts:306-315, 2020)
      23. “Archaeofaunal Remains and Stone Implements Found in Myin Ma Hti Cave no.2 (MMH2) Located in Aung Pan Township, Shan State of Myanmar”, Anat Biol Anthropol Vol. 33, No. 2, Korean Association of Physical Anthropologists, (2020) pp. 37~44
      24. “The Role of Terracotta Artifacts Found in the Archaeological Sites, Findings and Case Reports”, submitted and presented to 1st International Conference on Languages and Humanities, 6-7 January 2020 (published in Proceeding of 1st International Conference on Languages and Humanities, Yangon University of Foreign Languages:23-33, 2020)
      25. “Archaeological Research for the Settlement Pattern of Bagan Period”, Myanmar Studies from Center, Periphery and Boundary: (Old View, New Version), An Interdisciplinary International Symposium, (Vol 1) (Proceedings of the Conference on Myanmar Studies 16 – 17 September 2019), Myanmar Historical Research Department Press, Nay Pyi Daw, 2021.
      26. “Approaching a Heritage Management Plan For the Ancient Cityscape of Amarapura Old City (1782-1858 CE)”, submitted to 22nd IPPA International Congress 5-12 Nov 2022. (unpublished)