The List

Understanding the devata (sanctified women) depicted in Angkor Wat and other Khmer temples is a wide-ranging investigation. While subjects related to Khmer history are obvious priorities to explore, other topics are more innovative.

In the course of our research we discover many people and ideas that are essential to our study…we also find links that are too compelling to ignore for one reason or another.

The following links,  in alphabetical order. are in two groups: Khmer Culture: Past, Present & Future and links that are Outside the Box. Explore and see what surprises await. These links are chosen entirely by Devata.org  and we welcome your suggestions for more.

Khmer Culture: Past, Present & Future

Angelina Joli

Annuska Derks

Apsaras Arts – Indian Classical Dance Tribute to the Khmer Civilization

Beth Kanter

Bonna Weinstein

Cambodian Arts & Scholarship Foundation

Cambodian Women’s Crisis Center

Charya Burt

Chanrithy Him

Emma Bunker

Em Theay

Gillian Green

Girls Be Ambitious

Helen Churchill Candee

Helen Jessup

His Majesty Norodom Sihamoni

Ingrid Muan

Joyce Clark

Laura Mam (NPR Interview)

Lucille Douglass

Mahakali – Sharanya.org

Makhali-Phal

Miranda Shaw

Miss Landmine – Cambodia

Penny Edwards

Phalika Ngin

Princess Buppha Devi

Ravynn Karet-Coxen

Sally Ingleton

Sappho Marchal

Sophiline Shapiro

Toni Shapiro-Phim

Trudy Jacobsen

Outside the Box

Autumn Stanley

Barbara Walker

Cristina Pato

Crystal Bowersox

Dorothy Rothschild Parker

Ellen Degeneres

Emily Pilloton – Humanity Habitats Health Happiness

Empowering Women

Female Factor Purifies Bulgarian Politics

First Female Dictator? (Caution – Parody and sarcasm!)

Gail Hinich Sutherland

Goddess Alive! Goddess Celebration and Research

Inner Worlds Movie – “There is one source that connects us all”

Jeanne d’Arc

Judy Chicago

Kayla Komito – Tibetan Thankas and Visions of the Sacred Feminine

Kim Yu-Na

Lisa Wong (original performance here)

Li-sa-X

MAKERS – Hundreds of compelling stories from women of today and tomorrow.

Malala Yousafzai – (Interview on ‘The Daily Show’ here)

Mirai Nagasu

Nora Jones

Oprah Winfrey

Quotes about Women

Supreme Master Ching Hai – Walk the Way of Love

Suppressed Histories – Restoring Women to Cultural Memory

Yuja Wang

Women’s Power DVD by Max Dashu