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

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Bacchetta, Paola

  • All of Our Goddesses are Armed: Religion, Resistance, and Revenge in the Life of a Militant Hindu Nationalist Woman [25:4]

Baker, Russell

  • Losing Others' Lands: It Should Make your Blood Boil [7:2]

Balachandaran, Gopalan (see Ashok Bhargava)

Baldwin, Frank

  • America's Rented Troops: South Koreans in Vietnam [7:4]

  • The Jason Project: Academic Freedom and Moral Responsibility [5:3]

  • Patrolling the Empire: Reflections on the USS Pueblo [4:2]

Balland, Daniel, Thomas J. Barfield, Mansura Haider, and Andre Gunder Frank

  • Comments on Andre Gunder Frank's The Centrality of Central Asia [24:2]

Bamo Ayi (see Harrell, Stevan)

Banaag, Celso

  • Political Prisoners in the Philippines' New Society [6:1]

Bandarage, Asoka

  • The Establishment and Consolidation of the Planation Economy in Sri Lanka [14:3]

  • Women and Capitalist Development in Sri Lanka, 1977-87 [20:2]

Bankoff, Greg

  • Legacy of the Past, Promise of the Future: Land Reform, Land Grabbing, and Land Conversion in the Calabarzon [28:1]

Barfield, Thomas J. (see Balland, Daniel)

Barkin, David (see also McDonald, Angus W.)

  • Food Self-Sufficiency in North Korea [18:4]

Barlow, Tani E.

  • The Virtue of Clarity and Bruce Cumings's Concern over Boundaries [29:1]

Barnett, Anthony

  • Inter-Communist Conflicts and Vietnam [11:4]

Barr, Michael D.

  • Review of Changing Values in Asia: Their Impact on Governance and Development, by Han Sung-Joo, ed. [32:4]

Bartu, Peter

  • The Militia, the Military, and the People of Bobonaro District [32:1-2]

Bastid, Marianne

  • China / A Review of Joseph Esherick's Reform and Revolution in China: the 1911 Revolution in Hunan and Hubei [10:1]

  • A Triptych in Honour of the Cultural Revolution [2:3]

Basu, Amrita

  • Bhopal Revisited: The View from Below [26:1-2]

  • Feminism Inverted: The Real Women and Gendered Imagery of Hindu Nationalism [25:4]

  • Interview with Jabbar Khan [26:1-2]

  • Women and Religious Nationalism in India: An Introduction [25:4]

Bay Area China Education Project

  • Highly Recommended Secondary Classroom Materials on China [6:4]

BCAS Editorial Board

  • Who We Are in 1989 [21:2-4]

BCAS Editors

  • Amerasian Children: Living Legacy in the Philippines [25:2]

  • Editorial Comment [2:1]

  • Historical Perspective (National Security and the Future of Asian Studies) [24:2]

  • Introduction to Special Section on Imperialism in China [4:4]

  • A Note on Messy Details [1:1]

  • Update on the National Security Act of 1991 [24:3]

Bei Dao (Zhao Zhenkai)

  • Poems / Translated by Bonnie S. McDougall [16:3]

Bell, Peter

  • Marxist Scholarship on Thailand: The Work of E. Thadeus Flood (1932-1977) [10:1]

Bell, Peter F., and Mark Selden

  • Malcolm Caldwell, 1931-1978 [11:3]

Bell, Roger

  • Between History and Geography: Debates on Australia and Asia / Review Essay [31:1]

Bennett, Gordon

  • The Academy on Japanese Foreign Policy: Nine Recent Books / A Review Essay [6:2]

Berger, Mark T.

  • From Commerce to Conquest: The Dynamics of British Mercantile Imperialism in Eighteenth Century Bengal and the Foundation of the British Indian Empire / A Review Essay [22:1]

  • Ghandi and the Guardians: Michael Edwardes and the Apologetics of Imperialism/ A Review Essay [23:3]

  • Southeast Asian Trajectories: Eurocentrism and the History of the Modern Nation-State / Book review [28:3-4]

Berger, Roland

  • Financial Aspects of Chinese Planning [6:2]

Bernier, Bernard

  • The Japanese Peasantry and Economic Growth Since the Land Reform of 1946-47 [12:1]

Berninghausen, John, and Ted Huters

  • Introductory Essay (Chinese revolutionary literature) [8:1]

  • A Short Annotated Bibliography (Chinese revolutionary literature) [8:2]

Bernstein, Barton J.

  • The Decision to Drop the Bomb / Appendix [10:2]

  • Syngman Rhee: The Pawn as Rook, the Struggle to End the Korean War [10:1]

Berrigan, Rev. Daniel

  • For Saghir Ahmad [4:1]

  • From a Korean Prison: A Path to Life [9:2]

Bertocci, Peter

  • Saint Jack / Cinema Review [11:4]

Bhargava, Ashok

  • The Bhopal Incident and Union Carbide:: Ramifications of an Industrial Accident [18:4]

  • India's Black Economy and Maldevelopment / A Review [22:3]

Bhargava, Asbok, and Gopalan Balachandaran

  • Economic Changes During the Indian Emergency [9:4]

Bhatia, Manjit

  • Review of The Mute's Soliloquy: A Memoir, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer [31:3]

Bisson, T. A.

  • The American-Japanese Co-Prosperity Sphere: Japanese Imperialism Today by Halliday and McCormack / A Review [6:1]

Bix, Herbert P.

  • Class Conflict in Rural Japan: On Historical Methodology [19:3]

  • A Critical Review of Some Anti-Communist Perspectives in American Policy Towards Asia [1:2]

  • Imagistic Historiography and the Reinterpretation of Japanese Imperialism [7:3]

  • Japan at the End of the Seventies: The Treatment of the Political in Recent Japanology [12:1]

  • Japan Studies Old and New at the End of the Eighties / A Review Essay [23:2]

  • The Japanese Challenge: US-Japanese Relations at Mid-Decade [17:4]

  • Miura Meisuke or Peasant Rebellion Under the Banner of Distress [10:2]

  • Okubo Genji: A Commitment to International Understanding / A Tribute [19:2]

  • On Jon Halliday's Contribution to Understanding Japan: A Review of Halliday's A Political History of Japanese Capitalism [8:3]

  • Regional Integration: Japan and South Korea in America's Asian Policy [5:3]

  • Report on Japan 1972 [4:2]

  • Report from Japan 1972 - Part II [4:4]

  • Rethinking Emperor-System Fascism: Ruptures and Continuities in Modern Japanese History [14:2]

  • The Security Treaty System and the Japanese Military Industrial Complex [2:2]

  • Some Long-Term Effects of US Control Over the Philippines [1:3]

  • Urban Networks in Ch'ing China and Tokugawa Japan by Gilbert Rozman / A Review [9:1]

Blecher, Marc (see also Meisner, Maurice)

Blecher, Marc, and Thomas Thompson

  • Looking for Imperialism: Schurmann's Logic of World Power; Barnett and Miller's Global Reach [8:4]

Boardman, Roger

  • Chinese Foreign Policy: Towards Authentic Social Science [6:2]

  • Rejoinder (to Friedman on Social Science and the Study of Modern China) [6:2]

Bonacci, Mark, and Don Luce

  • The AIDS Threat to Southeast Asians and US Military Personnel [24:3]

Borkent, Hans

  • Indonesian Sketches [16:4]

Bouchier, David

  • Biographical notes on Indonesian military officers [32:1-2]

Boudreau, Vincent

  • Diffusing Democracy? People Power in Indonesia and the Philippines [31:4]

Bounyavong, Outhine

  • Short Stories from Laos, introduced by Roger Rumpf and Jacqui Chagnon / Literature [32:4]

Bowen, Roger W.

  • Empire and Aftermath by John W. Dower / A Review [13:4]

  • The Political Economy of Japan / A Review Essay [24:4]

  • Political Protest in Prewar Japan: The Case of Fukushima Prefecture [16:2]

Boyce, James K.

  • The National Security Education Act of 1991 [24:2]

  • Area Studies and the National Security State [29:1]

Boyce, James K., and Betsy Hartmann

  • Who Works, Who Eats? [13:4]

Boyle, John H.

  • The Call: An American Missionary in China by John Hersey / A Review [18:1]

Branfman, Fred

  • Laos: No Place to Hide [2:4]

  • Prospects for Vietnam After the Agreement is Signed [4:4]

Brawley, Sean

  • Between History and Geography: Debates on Australia and Asia / Review Essay [31:1]

Braz, Emanuel

  • Blind Eyes, Blue Eyes; Longing / poetry [32:1-2]

Breslin, Thomas

  • Mystifying the Past: Establishment Historians and the Origins of the Pacific War [8:4]

  • Trouble Over Oil: America, Japan, and the Oil Cartel 1934-1935 [7:3]

Brigham, Robert K., and Martin J. Murray

  • Conflicting Interpretations of the Vietnam War, 1945-75 / A Review Essay [26:1-2]

Britton, Peter

  • Indonesia's Neocolonial Armed Forces [7:3]

Broad, Robin

  • Our Children are Being Kidnapped [12:3]

Brocheux, Pierre

  • To Each His/Her Own Vietnam [11:1]

Brodsgaard, Kjeld Erik

  • State, Party, and Economy in the Transition to Socialism in China / A Review Essay [18:1]

Brook, Timothy

  • Chinese Perspectives on the Nien Rebellion / A Review Essay [15:2]

  • Must Lineages Own Land? / A Review Essay [20:4]

Brown, Gary

  • NCND Nevermore: Death of a Cover Story [20:4]

Brown, Philip C.

  • From Cambodia to Kampuchea / A Review Essay [24:2]

Brownell, Susan

  • Mainstreaming Gender, Washing Away Feminism. Response to "Chinese Women, Gender, and Sexuality," by William Jankowiak [31:1]

Bruin, Janet, and Stephen Salaff

  • Women Hibakusha in Osaka [12:4]

Buchanan, Keith

  • The Geography of Empire / Portfolio of Maps [4:2]

Buckley, Sandra

  • Flowers in Salt / A Review [16:2]

  • Reading Women's Texts / A Review Essay [20:3]

Budiardjo, Carmel

  • Political Imprisonment in Indonesia [6:2]

Bulag, Uradyn E. (see Fitzgerald, John)

Burchill, Scott

  • East Timor, Australia, and Indonesia [32:1-2]

Burkett, Paul (see Hart-Landsberg, Martin)

Burton, W. Donald

  • Rural and Urban Protest in Tokugawa Japan / A Review Essay [21:1]

Butenhoff, Linda

  • East Meets West: Human Rights in Hong Kong [28:2]


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