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

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Palat, Ravi Arvind

  • Peasant and Artisan Resistance in Mughul India / A Review [19:1]

  • Reinscribing the Globe: Imaginative Geographies of the Pacific Rim / review essay [29:1]

Panajape, P. V.

  • Kulaks and Adivasis: The Formation of Classes in Maharashtra [13:1]

Parameswaran, M. P. (see also Thomas Isaac, T. M.)

  • The Kerala Model of Development: A Debate (Part 2). Kerala "Model" What Does It Signify? [30:4]

Parayil, Govindan

  • Democracy at Work in Kerala, India / Review Essay [31:1]

Parikh, Jagdish (see Mathew, Biju)

Park Byeong-chul

  • Political Suicide among Korean Youth [26:1-2]

Park, Phillip Hookon

  • The Cause of the Acute Food Crisis in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea [30:4]

Patankar, Bharat

  • The Bombay Textile Workers' Strike of 1982: The Lessons of History [20:2]

Patel, Vibhuti

  • Sex Determination and Sex Preselection Tests in India: Modern Techniques for Femicide [21:1]

Patnaik, Nagashwar (see Lin, Sharat G.)

Paul, Madan C. (see Lin, Sharat G.)

Pawar, Daya

  • Siddharthanagar / A Poem [10:3]

Payer, Cheryl

  • Harvard on China II: Logic, Evidence, Ideology / A Review of Myers' The Chinese Peasant Economy and Hou's Foreign Investment and Economic Development in China, 1840-1937 [6:2]

  • Mamdani, The Myth of Population Control / A Review [6:3]

  • Review of the Spirit of Chinese Politics by Lucien Pye [1:3] [by Cheryl Payer Goodman]

  • State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle by Thomas P. Gold / A Review [19:2]

Peagam, Norman

  • Tongpan / Cinema Review [11:1]

Pearson, Jeff, and Jessica Smilowitz

  • Biting the Fish Hook [2:4]

Peck, James (see also Fairbank, John K.; Roberts, Moss)

  • The CCAS Summer Seminar [1:2]

  • CCAS in Boston, March 1969 [1:2]

  • Reflections on the Implications of the Vietnam Caucus [1:1]

  • The Roots of Rhetoric: The Professional Ideology of America's China Watchers [2:1]

Peck, James, John K. Fairbank, David Riesman, Jon Livingston, and Ezra Vogel

  • An Exchange: The CIA at Harvard [1:2]

Pepper, Suzanne

  • China's Special Economic Zones: The Current Rescue Bid for a Faltering Experiment [20:3]

Perdue, Peter C.

  • The Shape of the World: Asian Continents and the Scraggy Isthmus of Europe / Review Essay [30:4]

Perkinson, Robert

  • Fifty Years of Enriching the Few [26:4]

  • Introduction (The Korean Nuclear Crisis) [26:1-2]

  • Adjusting the World Bank: Can the Monster Be Tamed? [27:4]

Perry, Elizabeth J.

  • The Politics of China's Peasant Revolution / A Review Essay [10:3]

Petracca, Mark P.

  • Beyond Tiananmen Square: Tragedy and Education in the People's Republic of China [22:3]

Pfaffenberger, Bryan

  • Fourth World Colonialism, Indigenous Minorities, and Tamil Separatism in Sri Lanka [16:1]

Pfeffer, Richard M.

  • Revolting: An Essay on Mao's Revolution by Richard Solomon / A Review [5:4]

  • Revolution and Rule: Where Do We Go From Here? [2:3]

Philippine Social Science Council

  • Suggested Guidelines for Philippine Scholarly Journals [5:1]

Phillips, Susan

  • Beyond Borders: Class Struggle and Feminism in Banshu heiya [19:1]

Pires, Fernando

  • Sweet Flowers / poetry [32:1-2]

Pollard, Vincent

  • Child of All Nations / A Review [19:1]

Polumbaum, Judy, A. Tom Grundfeld, Edward Friedman, and Jude Carlson

  • Comments on Jude Carlson's Tibet in the News [24:2]

Pomerantz, Linda S.

  • A Review of Four Books on Women in China by C. Broyelle, E. Croll, D. Davin, and J. Kristeva [10:3]

Pomeranz, Kenneth (see also Gates, Hill)

  • Review of China's Motor: One Thousand Years of Petty Capitalism, by Hill Gates [30:1]

Pomeroy, William

  • Source Material on Philippine Revolutionary Movements [3:3-4]

Porter, Gareth

  • The Myths of the Bloodbath: North Vietnam's Land Reform Reconsidered [5:2]

  • Vietnam's Ethnic Chinese and the Sino-Vietnamese Conflict [12:4]

Powar, J. V.

  • It's Reddening on the Horizon / A Poem [10:3]

Powell, John W.

  • The Best and the Brightest: Western Reporting from Asia / A Review Essay [22:2]

  • Factories of Death: Japanese Biological Warfare, 1934-45, and the American Cover-Up, by Sheldon H. Harris (short review) [27:2]

  • The Gap Between the Natural and Social Sciences Sometimes Leaves the Public Poorly Informed [18:3]

  • Japan's Germ Warfare: The US Coverup of a War Crime [12:4]

Prashad, Vijay

  • Review of The Cold War and the University: Toward an Intellectual History of the Postwar Years, by Noam Chomsky et al.; Universities and Empire: Money and Politics in the Social Sciences during the Cold War, by Christopher Simpson, ed. [31:4]

Price, Jane

  • Women and Leadership in the Chinese Communist Movement, 1921-1945 [7:1]

Price, John

  • The 1960 Miike Coal Mine Dispute: Turning Point for Adversarial Unionism in Japan? [23:4]

Prime, Penelope B.

  • Class Conflict in Chinese Socialism by Richard C. Klaus / A Short Review [15:4]

Prindle, Tamae K.

  • Niwa o tagayasu (I Plow the Garden) by Taeko Tomioka: A Translation and Interpretation [14:4]

  • Shimizu Ikko's Silver Sanctuary (Gin no seiiki): A Japanese Business Novel / A Translation [17:3]

Proschan, Frank

  • "Rumor, Innuendo, Propaganda, and Disinformation": Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992, by Jane Hamilton-Merritt / review essay [28:1]

Purves, John (see Inoue, Masamichi Sebastian)


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