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

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Fairbank, John K. (see also Peck, James)

  • Comment (on Columbia CCAS report on Asian studies) [3:3-4]

Fairbank, John K., and James Peck

  • An Exchange (on China, etc.) [2:3]

Fairbank, John K., Joseph Esherick, and Marilyn Young

  • Imperialism in China: An Exchange [5:2]

Falk, Richard

  • The East Timor Ordeal: International Law and Its Limits [32:1-2]

Fang Pao

  • Prison Notes / A Translation [12:2]

Fenrich, Lane

  • The Enola Gay and the Politics of Representation [27:2]

  • Review of An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of the Enola Gay, by Martin Harwit [30:1]

Fernandes, Leela

  • Contesting Class: Gender, Community, and the Politics of Labor in a Calcutta Jute Mill [26:4]

  • Review of Dry Wells and "Deserted" Women: Gender, Ecology and Agency in Rural India, by Brinda Rao [30:1]

Fforde, Adam

  • In Response to Jayne Werner's Socialist Development: The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in Vietnam [17:1]

Field, Norma

  • The Devastating Absence of Surprise [27:3]

  • Review of Creating Socialist Women: Gender, Labour, and Activism, 1900-1937, by Vera C. Mackie; Treacherous Women of Imperial Japan: Patriarchal Factions, Patriarchal Fantasies, by H‚lŠneBowen Raddeker [31:4]

Field, Stephen

  • He shang and the Plateau of Ultrastability [23:2]

Figal, Gerald

  • An Ainu Memoir / Book review [28:3-4]

Fishman, Charles

  • The War Moves On / A Poem [7:3]

Fitzgerald, John, Uradyn E. Bulag, and John Lie, with a response by Prasenjit Duara

  • Rescuing History from the Nation: Questions and Narratives of Modern China, by Prasenjit Duara [29:4]

Fleischman, Al

  • Asia: Reference Works, A Select Annotated Guide by G.R. Nunn; America in Asia: Research Guides on United States Economics in Pacific Asia by Asia-North America Communications Center (ed) / A Review [14:1]

Flood, Thadeus

  • The Thai Left Wing in Historical Context [7:2]

  • The Vietnamese Refugees in Thailand: Minority Manipulation and Counterinsurgency [9:3]

Fong, Katheryn M.

  • An Open Letter: Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior / A Review [9:4]

Fonte, Michael J. (see Kagan, Richard)

Foster-Carter, Aidan

  • North Korean Development and Self-Reliance: A Critical Analysis [9:1]

Francis, Corrina-Barbara

  • Interview with Kang Ning-hsiang [17:3]

Francisco, Luzviminda (see also Cruikshank, Robert)

  • The First Vietnam: The Philippine-American War of 1899 [5:4]

Frank, Andre Gunder (see also Balland, Daniel)

  • Area Studies Symposium Response: The Cold War and Me [29:3]

  • The Centrality of Central Asia [24:2]

  • Review of Asia in Western and World History: A Guide for Teaching, ed. Ainslie T. Embree and Carol Gluck [30:3]

Franke, Richard W. (see also Thomas Isaac, T. M.)

  • East Timor: Nationalism and Colonialism by Jill Jolliffe / A Review [11:2]

  • East Timor Report by M. Chamberlain / A Review [13:2]

  • East Timor: The Responsibility of the United States [15:2]

  • Four Books on Indonesia / A Review Essay [12:4]

  • A Guide to Radical Literature on Economic Development With Special Reference to Asian Economic Development [6:4]

  • Imperialism and Dependence: A Review of Weinstein's Indonesian Foreign Policy and the Dilemma of Dependence [9:4]

  • Indonesian Workers and Their Right to Organize / A Short Review [15:2]

  • The International Conference on Democratic Decentralization (Kerala, India) / Conference Report [32:3]

  • Of Rural Proletarian Struggles: Mobilization and Organization of Rural Workers in Southwest India, by K.P. Kannan / A Review [23:1]

  • Solution to the Asian Food Crisis: Green Revolution or Social Revolution? [6:4]

  • West Papua New Guinea: A Review of Nonie Sharp's The Rule of the Sword: The Story of West Irian [10:1]

Franke, Richard W., and Arnold S. Kohen

  • Bibliography: East Timor [11:2]

Franke, Richard W., and Barbara H. Chasin

  • The International Congress on Kerala Studies [26:3]

Franke, Richard W., Barbara H. Chasin, et al.

  • The Kerala Model of Development: A Debate (Part 1) [30:3]

Fredrick, Cynthia

  • Cambodia: Operation Total Victory No. 43 [2:3]

  • The Vietnamization of Saigon Politics [3:1]

Freedom from Debt Coalition

  • Unity Statement [26:4]

Freiberg, J. W.

  • The Dialectic in China: Maoist and Daoist [9:1]

Friedman, Edward (see also McDonald, Angus W.; and Polumbaum, Judy)

  • China, Pakistan, Bangladesh [4:1]

  • Chinese Foreign Policy and American Social Science [6:2]

  • Commentary (on Su Shaozhi) [20:1]

  • Extremists are Extremely Extreme [2:2]

  • Learning About China After the Revolution ... for the First Time! [13:2]

  • Mythmakers and Manicheans on China / A Review [25:2]

  • The Nixon-Mao Pact [1:3]

  • The Original Chinese Revolution Remains in Power [13:3]

  • Simon Leys Hates China; America Loves Simon Leys [10:3]

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

  • War with China and Enlightened American Newspapers [1:2]

Fry, Greg

  • The South Pacific Nuclear-Free Zone: Significance and Implications [18:2]

Fujita Kuniko

  • Women Workers, State Policy, and the International Division of Labor [20:3]

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