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

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Raddeker, Hélène Bowen

  • "Death as Life": Political Metaphor in the Testimonial Prison Literature of Kanno Suga [29:4]

Rafael, Vincente L.

  • Fishing, Underwear, and Hunchbacks: Humor and Politics in the Philippines, 1886 and 1983 [18:3]

Raichur, Satish (see Van Ness, Peter)

Rajagopal, Arvind

  • Transnational Networks and Hindu Nationalism [29:3]

Ram, Mohan

  • The Communist Movement in India [4:1]

Ram, N.

  • Getting Off the Tiger: An Analysis of Why Signing the CTBT and Capitulating to the UGNB Cannot Be the Way Out of a Volatile and Dangerous Mess [31:2]

Ramasamy, P. (see Lim Mah Hui)

Ramdas, Admiral (Retd.) L.

  • Statement: India-Pakistan Relations at a Crossroads: A Personal Statement [31:2]

Ramsdell, Daniel B.

  • Asia Askew: US Best-Sellers on Asia, 1931-1980 [15:4]

Rao, Anupama

  • Review of Broken People: Caste Violence against India's Untouchables, Human Rights Watch; and The Untouchables: Subordination, Poverty and the State in Modern India, by Oliver Mendelsohn and Marika Vicziany [32:3]

Rashid, Jamil (see Gardezi, Hassan)

Rashid, Mamunur (see Kidd, Ross)

Ratner, Merle

  • Some Reflections on the Growing US-Indochina Friendship Movement [21:2-4]

Ray, Raka

  • Promissory Notes: Women in the Transition to Socialism / A Review [24:1]

Resurrección, Babette P.

  • Engineering the Philippine Uplands: Gender, Ethnicity, and Scientific Forestry in the American Colonial Period [31:1]

Retboll, Torben

  • The East Timor Conflict and Western Response [19:1]

  • East Timor and Indonesia [15:2]

  • Kampuchea and the Reader's Digest [11:3]

  • Statement to the Conference on Vietnam and Kampuchea Dassel, West Germany [12:4]

Reunification Committee of Naional Council of Churches in Korea

  • Statement on Peace and Reunification of the Korean Peninsula [26:1-2]

Riaz, Ali

  • Taslima Nasrin: Breaking the Structured Silence [27:1]

  • Two Trends in Analyzing the Causes of Military Rule in Bangladesh / review essay [30:1]

Ricketts, Rita

  • The United States, New Zealand, and ANZUS [18:2]

Riesman, David (see Peck, James)

Riskin, Carl

  • China's Economic Growth: Leap or Creep? [2:2]

  • East Asia and the World Economy / A Review of F. Moulder's Japan, China, and the Modern World Economy and A. Eckstein's China's Economic Revolution [10:3]

  • Maoism and Motivation : Work Incentives in China [5:1]

  • Market, Maoism, and Economic Reform in China [13:3]

Roberts, David

  • Meddling while Phnom Penh Burned: The U.S. Role in the Cambodian Secession, June 1993 [30:3]

Roberts, Moss

  • Bad Karma in Asia [32:3]

  • Contra Ideocracy [29:1]

  • Neo-Confucian Tyranny in the Dream of the Red Chamber: A Critical Note [10:1]

  • Scott's The War Conspiracy / A Review [5:1]

  • The Structure and Direction of Contemporary China Studies [3:3-4]

Roberts, Moss, and Chalmers Johnson, Jim Peck, Bruce Cumings

  • Eulogy for John S. Service / Tribute [32:3]

Robie, David

  • The South Pacific Media: Politics, Ownership, and Control [27:1]

Robinson, Geoffrey

  • With Unamet in East Timor: A Historian's Personal View [32:1-2]

Robinson, James

  • Academic Freedom and the Occupation of Germany and Japan [6:4]

  • The Problem of Balanced Economic Growth in Developing Societies / A Review [11:1]

Robinson, R. J.

  • The Transformation of the State in Indonesia [14:1]

Robinson, Robert T.

  • The Greenery of Well-Engineered Factory Complexes: Fiji's Garment-Led Export Industrialization Strategy [25:2]

Rodan, Garry

  • Singapore's Leadership Transition: Erosion or Refinement of Authoritarian Rule? [24:1]

Roden, Don

  • Forays in Japanese Cultural Psychology: Socialization for Achievement by George De Vos / A Review [6:2]

Rongen, Ole Bjorne

  • The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy, by John DeFrancis / A Review [17:4]

  • A Chinese Marxist Study of the Analects / A Review of Zhao Jiben's Lun-yu xin-tan [10:1]

Ropp, Paul S.

  • Individual and Society in Ancient China: Essays on Four Chinese Philosophers by Vitaly A. Rubin / A Review [9:1]

  • The May Fourth Movement / A Review Essay [12:2]

Rosenberg, David

  • The End of the Freest Press in the World [5:1]

Rosin, R. Thomas

  • From the Quarries of Makrana Came the Marble for the Taj Mahal / A Photo Essay [17:1]

Ross, Kaz

  • More Sex, Less Gender, Please! Response to "Chinese Women, Gender, and Sexuality," by William Jankowiak [31:1]

Roy, Arundhati

  • Statement: The End of Imagination (excerpts) [31:2]

Rozario, Santi

  • Development and Rural Women in South Asia: The Limits of Empowerment and Conscientization [29:4]

Ruoff, Kenneth J.

  • Mr Tomino goes to City Hall: Grass-Roots Democracy in Zushi City, Japan [25:3]

Ryang, Sonia

  • Inscribed (Men's) Bodies, Silent (Women's) Words: Rethinking Colonial Displacement of Koreans in Japan [30:4]

  • Review of The Fantastic in Modern Japanese Literature: The Subversion of Modernity, by Susan J. Napier [30:2]

  • Social Theory and Contemporary Japanese Society / Book review [28:3-4]


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