Dr. San Shwe

Dr. San Shwe
Academic Qualifications
(1) B.A (Hon:), University of Yangon, 1986
(2) MA (History), University of Yangon, 1992
(3) Diploma in Archaeology, University of Yangon, 1997
(4) MA (Archaeology), University of Yangon, 2000
(5) MRes( Archaeology), University of Yangon, 2002
(6) PhD (Archaeology), University of Yangon, 2008
Research Experience
My research activities are closely connected to my teaching and supervision. My research areas are Protohistoric and Historical Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management.

International Publications

(ii) “The Culture of Vishnu Old City”(Beikthano), Uncovering Southeast Asia’s Past, Singapore, NUS Publishing, 2006, pp. 272-283.
(iii) “The Culture of Beikthano (Vishnu)”, Cultural Resource Studies Asian Linkage Building Seminar 2010, Working Papers, Graduate School of
Human and Socio-Environment Studies, Kanazawa University, Japan, 2010,pp. 121-137.( View & Download PDF )

(iv) “Bagan’s Traditions from Bagan’s Ink Inscriptions and Paintings” Papers of
the historical documents in Myanmar, Ministry of Culture, Yangon, Pyay U
Be Press, 2010, 169-200. (in Myanmar)
(v) “Bilu (Ogre) as Part of the Architectural Decoration in Bagan (11th -13thcenturies)”, University of Yangon Research Journal, Volume 3, 2012. (new version)
(vi) “Nativity Scene(A.D. 6-13 Century)”. University of Yangon Research
journal, Volume 4, No. 1, 2012, pp. 29-39.
(vii) “Archaeological Heritage, Education and Tourism Development”. University of Yangon Research journal, Volume 6, No. 1, 2015, pp. 1-8.
(viii) “Remote Sensing and GIS study at Beikthano (Vishnu City)”.Journal of the Asia Research Centre, Volume 4, No. 1, 2015, pp.130-143.
(ix) “Tourism Development and Cultural Heritage Management”.Journal of the Asia Research Centre, Volume 5, No. 1&2, 2015, pp.71-78.( View & Download PDF )

Publications in Myanmar

(i) “Between Shan and Bamar are to be united and to protect the British during
Anglo-Myanmar First War”, Sandar Magazine, May 1991, No. 258, 22-26.
(ii) “Bilu, Orge, as part of the architectural decoration in Bagan”, Pyinnyar lawka
Magazine, Volume 21, Part 2, May 1993, 28-31.
(iii) “Sriksetra” Pyay College annual Magazine, 1994-95, 54-56.
(iv) “Religious relation between Shan and Bamar”, Natkatbedin Magazine,
Volume 2, Part 4, April 2002, 121-124.
(v) “Foreign Relation of Pyu Period” Anupyannarkyimon Magazine, Part 3,
October 2002, 23-25.
(vi) “New point of view on Beikthano” Natkatbedin Magazine, Volume 2,
Part 9, December 2002, 119-123.
(vii) “Bilu, Orge, decoration in Bagan, Yatnuwai Magazine, Part 9,
February 2003, 109-116.
(viii) “Early Indian Culture” Anupyannarkyimon Magazine, Part 5,
June 2003, 120-122.
(ix) “Indian- Myanmar Relation” Yangon University Magazine, 2003,
(x) “ New point of view on Pyu Culture”, U Mg Mg Tin(MA), Memorial
Papers, Yangon, Shwemintha Press, 2007, 22-26.
(xi) “Bilu, Orge, as part of the architectural decoration in Bagan”. UHRC journal,
Volume 3, Yangon, 1998, pp. 10-26.