Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed By Author

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Kabra, Kamal Nayan

  • Black Economy in India / A Review [22:3]

Kagan, Leigh

  • Proposals [1:1]

  • A Statement of Directions [1:1]

Kagan, Richard C.

  • Can We Study Chinese in Taiwan? [1:2]

  • Chomsky and Zinn (eds) The Pentagon Papers, vol.5 [6:2]

  • Disarming Memories: Japanese, Korean, and American Literature on the Vietnam War [32:4]

  • Martial Law in Taiwan [14:3]

  • McCarran's Legacy: The Association for Asian Studies [1:4]

  • Thomas' The Institute of Pacific Relations and Clubb's The Witness and I / A Review Essay [8:2]

Kagan, Richard C., and Norma Diamond

  • Solomon's Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture / A Review [5:1]

Kagan, Richard, with Michael J. Fonte

  • Review of Tug of War: The Story of Taiwan, by Judith Vecchione, producer and director [31:1]

Kahin, George McT.

  • The Making of Southeast Asian Studies: Cornell's Experience [29:1]

Kahn, Joel S.

  • From Peasants to Petty Commodity Production in Southeast Asia [14:1]

Kalpagam, U.

  • Coping with Urban Poverty in India [17:1]

Kamata Sadao and Stephen Salaff

  • The Atomic Bomb and the Citizens of Nagasaki [14:2]

Kamble, Arun

  • The Life We Live / A Poem [10:3]

Kang Sugwon

  • Flight 007: Was There Foul Play? [17:2]

  • The Politics and Poetry of Kim Chi-ha [9:2]

  • President Park and His Learned Friends: Some Observations on Contemporary Korean Statecraft [7:4]

Kang Sugwon, Michael K. Launer, Marilyn J. Young

  • KAL Flight 007 / Correspondence [18:3]

Kapoor, Ashish

  • Big Dams in India / Debate [31:4]

Kashiwagi Hirosuke

  • A Translation of Hayashi Kyoko's Procession on a Cloudy Day (kumoribi no koshin) [25:1]

Kawamura Nozomu

  • Fukutake Tadashi: Rural Sociologist of Postwar Japan [16:2]

Keeler, Ward

  • Response to Paul Strange's Deconstruction as Disempowerment: New Orientalisms of Java [23:3]

Kelemen, Paul

  • How Pol Pot Came to Power / A Review Essay [20:4]

Kelkar, Govind, and Wang Yunxian

  • Farmers, Women, and Economic Reform in China [29:4]

Kellner, Douglas

  • War and Television / A Review [25:2]

Kemasang, A. R. T.

  • The 1740 Massacre of Chinese in Java: Curtain Raiser for the Dutch Plantation Economy [14:1]

Kendall, Laurel (see Guldin, Greg)

Kennett, David

  • Economics, Imperialism, and Restorative Revolution [13:1]

Kenyalang

  • Are Not Religion and Politics the Same Thing? / A Review Essay [22:4]

  • "Earth Provides Enough to Satisfy Every Man's Need, But Not for Every Man's Greed" / Review Essay [31:3]

  • May Day, 1985 [18:3]

  • The Sarawak Chinese by John M. Chin / A Review [16:2]

  • "Your Slavery Is Their Liberty, Your Poverty Is Their Prosperity" / A Review Essay [27:1]

Kerkvliet, Benedict J.

  • Additional Source Materials on Philippine Radical Movements [3:3-4]

  • Martial Law in Nueva Ecija Village, the Philippines [14:4]

  • The Philippines: Agrarian Conditions in Luzon Prior to Martial Law [5:2]

Khan, Jabbar

  • A Call for Action [26:1-2]

Khondker, Habibul Haque

  • Bangladesh: A Case of Below Poverty Level Equilibrium Trap by Mohiuddin Alamgir / A Short Review [15:3]

Khu, Josephine M. T.

  • Student Organization in the 1989 Chinese Democracy Movement [22:3]

Kidd, Ross, and Mamunur Rashid

  • Theater by the People, for the People, and of the People: People's Theater and Landless Organizing in Bangladesh [16:1]

Kiernan, Ben

  • The Cambodian Crisis, 1990-1992: The UN Plan, the Khmer Rouge, and the State of Cambodia [24:2]

  • The Genocide in Cambodia, 1975-79 [22:2]

  • New Light on the Origin of the Vietnam-Kampuchea Conflict [12:4]

  • Orphans of Genocide: The Cham Muslims of Kampuchea Under Pol Pot [20:4]

  • Vietnam and the Governments and People of Kampuchea [11:4]

  • William Shawcross, Declining Cambodia / A Review Essay [18:1]

Kiljunen, Kimmo

  • Power Politics and the Tragedy of Kampuchea During the Seventies [17:2]

Kim Chi-ha

  • A Declaration of Conscience [9:2]

Kim Joochul

  • Urban Redevelopment of Greenbelt-Area Villages: A Case Study of Seoul Korea [23:2]

  • Urban Struggle: A Tale of Sanggye-Dong, Seoul, Korea [23:2]

Kimijima Kazuhiko

  • The Japan-South Korea Joint Study Group on History Textbooks and the Continuing Legacy of Japanese Colonialism [30:2]

King, Dwight Y.

  • Human Rights Practices and the Indonesian Middle Class [19:1]

King, Marjorie

  • The Gospel of Gentility: American Women Missionaries in Turn-of-the-Century China by Jane Hunter / A Review Essay [18:4]

Kingston, Jeff

  • Review of The Emptiness of Japanese Affluence, by Gavan McCormack [31:3]

Kipnis, Andrew B.

  • Review of Other Modernities: Gendered Yearnings in China after Socialism, by Lisa Rofel [32:3]

Kirkland, Russell

  • The Study of Religion and Society in Contemporary Asia [28:3-4]

Kiste, Robert C., and R. A. Herr

  • Potential for Soviet Penetration of the South Pacific Islands: An Assessment [18:2]

Klare, Michael

  • The Nixon-Kissinger Doctrine and America's Pacific Basin Strategy [7:2]

  • Restructuring the Empire: The Nixon Doctrine after Vietnam Brodine and Selden (eds), The Kissinger-Nixon Doctrine / A Review [5:2]

Knight, Nick

  • Mao Zedong's Thought and Chinese Marxism / A Review Essay [25:2]

  • On Contradiction and on Democracy: Contrasting Perspectives on Causation and Social Change in the Thought of Mao Zedong [22:2]

Ko Won

  • Kim Chi-ha: A Poet of Blood and Fire [9:2]

Kobayashi, Audrey

  • Rebellion and Democracy in Meiji Japan: A Study of Commoners in the Popular Rights Movement by Roger W. Bowen / A Review [16:2]

Koen, Ross

  • Two Postscripts to the McCarran Hearings [1:4]

Kohen, Arnold S. (see also Franke, Richard W.)

  • The Catholic Church and the Independence of East Timor [32:1-2]

Kohl, Stephen W.

  • Reality and Fiction in Modern Japanese Literature by Noriko Mizuta Lippit / A Review [14:2]

Kolko, Gabriel

  • The Philippines: Another Vietnam? [5:1]

  • The Political Significance of the Center for Vietnamese Studies and Programs [3:2]

Kornberg, Judith Fay

  • The Role of Biography in the Analysis of Chinese Politics / A Review Essay [21:1]

Ku Yen-lin

  • The Feminist Movement in Taiwan, 1972-87 [21:1]

Kung Chung-wu

  • A New May Fourth Movement? [3:3-4]

Kunzle, David

  • Festival and Revolution in the Highlands of Vietnam: A Vietnamese Artist Shows How the Revolution Comes to a Mountain People in Central Vietnam [24:4]

Kuo, Alexander

  • New Letters from Hiroshima / A Poem [5:2 & 10:2]

Kurihara Sadako

  • America, Land of Mercy / poem [27:2]

Kurtenbach, Elaine

  • Peasants and Politics in Kampuchea, 1942-1981, by Ben Kiernan and Chanthou Boua / A Review [16:4]

Kwitko, Ludmilla (see So, Alvin Y.)


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