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

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D'Costa, Anthony P.

  • India in the World System/A Review Essay [25:4]

Dabney, Linda

  • J. Quinsaat et al, Letters in Exile: An Introductory Reader on the History of Philipinos in America / A Review [9:2]

Dagoob, Gerundio (see Selden, Mark)

Dai Houying

  • Father's Milk is also Blood Transformed / A Translation by Jeanette L. Faurot [16:3]

Dai Qing

  • No! / Translation by Dale R. Johnson [16:3]

Daizen, Victoria

  • Japanese Corporate Zen [12:1]

Davidson, D. W. S.

  • Politics of the Left in Taiwan / Interview [12:2]

de Bary, Brett (see also Nee, Victor)

  • After the War: Translations from Miyamoto Yuriko [16:2]

  • Sanya: Japan's Internal Colony [6:3] [by Breet Nee]

  • Tribute to Alan Wolfe [31:1]

de Guzman, Arnel, and Tito Craig

  • Counterinsurgency War in the Philippines and the Role of the United States [23:1]

De Koninck, Rodolphe

  • Getting Them to Work Profitably: How the Small Peasants Help the Large Ones, the State and Capital [15:2]

Deane, Hugh

  • The Origins of the Korean War by Bruce Cummings [15:3]

DeCamp, Richard

  • The GI Movement in Asia [4:1]

Deckers, Wolfgang

  • World Bank Plans for China / A Review [22:1]

Decornoy, Jacques

  • Laos: the Forgotten War [2:3]

DeFrancis, John

  • China's Literary Renaissance: A Reassessment

  • Writing Reform: Back to the Future [25:2]

Delman, Jorgen (see Christensen, Peter Moller)

Dematteis, Lou, and Dana Sachs

  • A Portrait of Viet Nam / photo essay [30:1]

Desai, Manisha

  • From Astitva (Existence) toward Vyaktitva (Identity): The Challenges of a Local Feminism [31:3]

Desser, David (see Studlar, Gaylyn)

Deyo, Frederic, Stephan Haggard, and Hagen Koo

  • Labor in the Political Economy of East Asian Industrialization [19:2]

Dhanagare, D. N.

  • The Green Revolution and Social Inequalities in Rural India [20:2]

Dhasal, Namdeo

  • So That My Mother May Be Convinced .../A Poem [10:3]

  • Song of the Republic and the Dog / A Poem [10:3]

Diamond, Norma (see also Kagan, Richard C.)

  • Collectivization, Kinship, and the Status of Women in Rural China [7:1]

Diario, Ruben

  • Managing the Media Filipino Style [6:1]

Ding Ling

  • A Day / Short Story [8:1]

Dirlik, Arif

  • Commentary (on Su Shaozhi) [20:1]

  • Postsocialism? Reflections on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics [21:1]

  • The Saga of Anthropology in China, by Gregory Eliyu Guldin [27:4]

Disney, Nigel

  • Perspectives on China / Reviews of Books by L. Maitan, J. van Ginneken and Bao Ruo-wang, and R. Chelminski [10:3]

Doak, Kevin M.

  • Japanese Political Discourse on Education / Book review [28:3-4]

Doner, Rick

  • The Development of Agribusiness in Thailand [6:1]

Dore, R. P.

  • On the Possibility and Desirability of a Theory of Modernization [1:3]

Doub, Bill and Nancy (see Livingston, Jon)

Doub, Marian

  • Reflections on the NGO Forum on Women '95 [27:3]

Dowd, Douglas

  • What Must the University Be? [3:2]

Dower, John W.

  • Art, Children, and the Bomb [16:2]

  • Asia and the Nixon Doctrine: Ten Points of Note [2:4]

  • The Eye of the Beholder: Background Notes on the US-Japan Military Relationship [2:1]

  • Introduction to People Under Feudalism [9:2]

  • A Message from the Showa Emperor [31:4]

  • Occupied Japan: A Working Bibliography [6:1]

  • Okubo Genji and the Institute of Pacific Relations: The Unfinished Agenda / A Tribute [19:2]

  • Science, Society, and the Japanese Atomic Bomb Project During WWII [10:2]

Doyle, Jean

  • A Review of Chou En-lai and the Chinese Revolution and Conversations With Americans by D. Davison and M. Selden [10:3]

Duara, Prasenjit (see also Fitzgerald, John)

  • After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements, by Gyan Prakash (short review) [29:1]

Duhaylungsod, Levita and David Hyndman (see also Hyndman, David)

  • Where All That Glitters is Not Gold: Crossroads of Mining Exploration in the T'boli Homeland [24:3]

Duke, Michael S.

  • Chinese Literature in the Post-Mao Era: The Return of Critical Realism [16:3]

Dutt, Ela

  • The Naga Nation and Its Struggle against Genocide / A Review [20:2]


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