Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed Chronologically

Volume 16

  • No. 1: January-March 1984

    • Jung-fang Tsai - The 1884 Hong Kong Insurrection: Anti-Imperialist Popular Protest During the Sino-French War

    • Bryan Pfaffenberger - Fourth World Colonialism, Indigenous Minorities, and Tamil Separatism in Sri Lanka

    • Gail Omvedt - The Tamil National Question

    • Social Studies Circle - Anti-Tamil Riots and the Political Crisis in Sri Lanka

    • Ross Kidd and Mamunur Rashid - Theater by the People, for the People, and of the People: People's Theater and Landless Organizing in Bangladesh

    • Akmal Hussain - Land Reform in Pakistan: A Reconsideration

    • Joseph Tharamangalam - The Penetration of Capitalism and Agrarian Change in Southwest India, 1901-1941

    • K. Gopinath - The State of India's Environment 1982: A Citizen's Report by Anil Agarwal, Ravi Chopra, and Kalpana Sharma / A Review

    • Elly Van Gelderen - Religion as Social Vision by Mark Jurergensmeyer / A Review

    • Jonathan N. Lipman - Beautiful Merchandise: Prostitution in China, 1860-1936 by Sue Gronewald / A Review

    • A. D. Haun - The Chickencoop Chinaman and the Year of the Dragon: Two Plays by Frank Chin / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1984

    • Nakamura Masanori - The Emperor System of the 1900s

    • Kawamura Nozomu - Fukutake Tadashi: Rural Sociologist of Postwar Japan

    • Roger W. Bowen - Political Protest in Prewar Japan: The Case of Fukushima Prefecture

    • John W. Dower - Art, Children, and the Bomb

    • Brett de Bary - After the War: Translations from Miyamoto Yuriko

    • Jayne Werner - Socialist Development: The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in Vietnam

    • Laura E. Hein - The Dark Valley Illuminated: Recent Trends in Studies of the Postwar Japanese Economy

    • A. D. Haun - Three Works by Nakano Shigeharu translated by Brett de Bary / A Review

    • Sandra Buckley - Flowers in Salt / A Review

    • Audrey Kobayashi - Rebellion and Democracy in Meiji Japan: A Study of Commoners in the Popular Rights Movement by Roger W. Bowen / A Review

    • Kenyalang - The Sarawak Chinese by John M. Chin / A Review

    • Brad Geisert - Nationalist China at War: Military Defeats and Political Collapse, 1937-45 by Hsi-sheng Ch'i / A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1984

    • Michael S. Duke - Chinese Literature in the Post-Mao Era: The Return of Critical Realism

    • Wan Zhi (Chen Maiping) - Open Ground / Translation by Susette Cook

    • Shi Mo (Zhao Zhenkai) - The Homecoming Stranger / Translation by Michael S. Duke

    • Dai Houying - Father's Milk is also Blood Transformed / A Translation by Jeanette L. Faurot

    • Bei Dao (Zhao Zhenkai) - Poems / Translated by Bonnie S. McDougall

    • Gu Cheng - Poems / Translated by Shiao-ling Yu

    • Shu Ting - Poems / Translated by Shiao-ling Yu

    • Zhang Xian -The Widow / Translated by Howard Goldblatt and Ellen L. Yeung

    • Zhang Kangkang and Mei Jin - The Tolling of a Distant Bell/ Translation by Daniel Bryant

    • Dai Qing - No! / Translation by Dale R. Johnson

    • Qiao Shi - Providing a Meal/Translation by Wendy Larson

    • Shi Tiesheng - One Winter's Evening / Translation by Alison Bailey

    • Shi Tiesheng - Lunch Break / Translation by Alison Bailey

  • No. 4: October-December 1984

    • Michael A. Launius - The State and Industrial Labor in South Korea

    • Vivian Lin - Productivity First: Japanese Management Methods in Singapore

    • John A. Lent - The Restructuring of Mass Media in Malaysia and Singapore: Pounding in the Coffin's Nails?

    • Hans Borkent - Indonesian Sketches

    • Jim Warren - Living on the Razor's Edge: The Rickshawmen of Singapore Between Two Wars, 1919-1939

    • Stephen Vlastos - Teaching the Vietnam War: Objectivity in the Classroom?

    • Jon Halliday - Further Bibliography of North Korea

    • Richard Levy - Mao, Maoism, and China / A Review Essay

    • Tom Grunfeld - La Chine: La Question des Minorites en Chine, by Charles Le Blanc and Dennis Helly, eds. / A Review

    • Elly van Gelderen - West-Papua: The Obliteration of a People, by TAPOL ed. / A Review

    • Elaine Kurtenbach - Peasants and Politics in Kampuchea, 1942-1981, by Ben Kiernan and Chanthou Boua / A Review

    • Tom Grunfeld - Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA, by Ralph W. McGehee / A Review

Volume 17

  • No. 1: January-March 1985

    • U. Kalpagam - Coping with Urban Poverty in India

    • Pat Caplan - Women's Voluntary Social Welfare Work In India: The Cultural Construction of Gender and Class

    • R. Thomas Rosin - From the Quarries of Makrana Came the Marble for the Taj Mahal / A Photo Essay

    • Annapurna Shaw - The Informal Sector in a Third World Urban Economy: A Case Study of Calcutta India

    • A. Tom Grunfeld - In Search of Equality: Relations Between China's Ethnic Minorities and the Majority Han

    • Adam Fforde - In Response to Jane Werner's Socialist Development: The Political Economy of Agrarian Reform in Vietnam

    • Jayne Werner - Rejoinder to Adam Fforde

  • No. 2: April-June 1985

    • E. Patricia Tsurumi - Feminism and Anarchism in Japan: Takamure Itsue 1894-1964

    • Christopher Stevens - The Boy Yamanaka Kuhei: A Translation from Bitter Sea, Pure Land by Ishimure Michiko

    • Kang Sugwon - Flight 007: Was There Foul Play?

    • Kimmo Kiljunen - Power Politics and the Tragedy of Kampuchea During the Seventies

    • Ellen Nore - Cold War, Hot War: An Australian Perspective on the Korean War by Gavan McCormack / A Review Essay

    • Nancy Sharts Engel - Family Planning in Japanese Society: Traditional Birth Control in a Modern Urban Culture by Samuel Coleman / A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1985

    • Maurice J. Meisner - The Chinese Rediscovery of Karl Marx: Some Reflections on Post-Maoist Chinese Marxism

    • Tamae K. Prindle - Shimizu Ikko's Silver Sanctuary (Gin no seiiki): A Japanese Business Novel / A Translation

    • Tinna K. Wu - A Translation of Hou De-jian's Poem Heirs of the Dragon

    • Suniti Kumar Ghosh - On the Transfer of Power in India

    • Jon Halliday - Women in North Korea: An Interview With the Korean Democratic Women's Union

    • Corrina-Barbara Francis - Interview with Kang Ning-hsiang

    • Bruce Cruikshank - Villains, Victims, and Villeins: Studies of the Philippine Economy / A Review Essay

    • Eddie J. Girdner - Storm over the Sutlej: The Akali Politics by A.S. Narang / A Review

  • No. 4: October-December 1985

    • Joe Moore - Production Control: Workers' Control in Early Postwar Japan

    • Herbert P. Bix - The Japanese Challenge: US-Japanese Relations at Mid-Decade

    • Cheah Boon Kheng - Hobsbawm's Social Banditry, Myth, and Historical Reality: A Case in the Malaysian State of Kedah, 1915-1920

    • John DeFrancis - China's Literary Renaissance: A Reassessment

    • Ole Bjorn Rongen - The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy, by John DeFrancis / A Review

    • John J. Lie - MITI as Number One: Ideology and Industrial Policy / A Review Essay

Volume 18

  • No. 1: January-March 1986

    • Tanaka Yuki - Nuclear Power Plant Gypsies in High-Tech Society

    • Kyoko Selden - Hayashi Kyoko's Two Grave Markers (Futari no bohyo) / A Translation

    • Tim Wright - Imperialism and the Chinese Economy: A Methodological Critique of the Debate

    • Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard - State, Party, and Economy in the Transition to Socialism in China / A Review Essay

    • Ben Kiernan - William Shawcross, Declining Cambodia / A Review Essay

    • Ellen Judd - Weeds? / A Review Essay

    • John H. Boyle - The Call: An American Missionary in China by John Hersey / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1986

    • Catherine Lutz - The Compact of Free Association, Micronesian Non-Independence, and US Policy

    • Giff Johnson - Collision Course at Kwajalein

    • Robert C. Kiste and R.A. Herr - Potential for Soviet Penetration of the South Pacific Islands: An Assessment

    • Greg Fry - The South Pacific Nuclear-Free Zone: Significance and Implications

    • Jean Chesneaux - France in the Pacific: Global Approach or Respect for Regional Agendas?

    • Peter Van Ness - An Introduction to the Articles on New Zealand

    • Rita Ricketts - The United States, New Zealand, and ANZUS

    • Carolyn Stephenson - Interview with Helen Clark

    • Peter Van Ness - New Zealand: What is the Problem?

  • No. 3: July-September 1986

    • Vincente L. Rafael - Fishing, Underwear, and Hunchbacks: Humor and Politics in the Philippines, 1886 and 1983

    • Kenyalang - May Day, 1985

    • Mila D. Aguilar - Poems

    • C. L. Chiou - Politics of Alienation and Polarization: Taiwan's Tangwai in the 1980's

    • Gordon H. Chang - Student Protests at Beijing University/ report

    • Kyoko Selden - Children of Nagasaki / A Translation

    • John W. Powell - The Gap Between the Natural and Social Sciences Sometimes Leaves the Public Poorly Informed

    • P. M. Mathew - Women's Industrial Employment in Kerala, India

    • Marilyn B. Young - Backfire: A History of How American Culture Led Us into the Vietnam War and Made Us Fight the Way We Did by Loren Baritz / A Review

    • Sally A. Hastings - The Pacific Century: Economic and Political Consequences of Asian Pacific Dynamism by Staffen Linder / A Review

    • Kathleen Gough - Kampuchea / Correspondence

    • Michael K. Launer, Marilyn J. Young, and Kang Sugwon - KAL Flight 007 / Correspondence

  • No. 4: October-December 1986

    • Ashok Bhargava - The Bhopal Incident and Union Carbide:: Ramifications of an Industrial Accident

    • David Barkin - Food Self-Sufficiency in North Korea

    • E. Patricia Tsurumi - Problem Consciousness and Moden Japanese History: Female Textile Workers of Meiji and Taisho

    • Lin Tongqi - The China-Centered Approach: Traits, Tendencies, and Tensions / A Review Essay

    • Vera Schwarcz - The Intellectual as Survivor-Witness / A Review Essay

    • Marjorie King - The Gospel of Gentility: American Women Missionaries in Turn-of-the-Century China by Jane Hunter / A Review Essay

    • Eddie J. Girdner - Behind the Poison Cloud: Union Carbide's Bhopal Massacre / A Review Essay

Volume 19

  • No. 1: January-March 1987

    • Robert Cribb - An Introduction to the Articles on Indonesia

    • Dwight Y. King - Human Rights Practices and the Indonesian Middle Class

    • Pandu Nusa - The Path of Suffering: The Report of a Political Prisoner on His Journey Through Various Prison Camps in Indonesia / A Translation

    • Torben Retboll - The East Timor Conflict and Western Response

    • Helen Jarvis - Tan Malaka: Revolutionary or Renegade?

    • Susan Phillips - Beyond Borders: Class Struggle and Feminism in Banshu heiya

    • Vincent Pollard - Child of All Nations / A Review

    • Robert Cribb - Capitalism and Confrontation in Sumatra's Plantation Belt / A Review

    • Ravi Arvind Palat - Peasant and Artisan Resistance in Mughul India / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1987

    • Herbert P. Bix - Okubo Genji: A Commitment to International Understanding / A Tribute

    • John W. Dower - Okubo Genji and the Institute of Pacific Relations: The Unfinished Agenda / A Tribute

    • Helen Clark - A New Zealand Perspective on Security Issue in the Pacific Basin

    • Kyoko Selden - Poems by Atomic Bomb Survivors / A Translation

    • Charles W. Lindsey - The Philippine State and Transnational Investment

    • Frederic Deyo, Stephan Haggard, and Hagen Koo - Labor in the Political Economy of East Asian Industrialization

    • Cheryl Payer - State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle by Thomas P. Gold / A Review

    • Vivienne Shue - Morality and Power in a Chinese Village by Richard Madsen / A Review

    • Douglas Allen - Chattopadhyaya's Marxian Interpretation of Indian Philosophy, History, and Society / A Review Essay

    • Kathleen Gough and Hassan Gardezi - The Soviet Threat in the South Pacific / Correspondence

    • Angus W. McDonald, Edward Friedman, and David Barkin - Food Self-Sufficiency in North Korea / Correspondence

  • No. 3: July-September 1987

    • Barry K. Gills - The Coup that Never Happened: the Anatomy of the Death of Kim Il Sung

    • Geoffrey C. Gunn - Minority Manipulation in Colonial Indochina: Lessons and Legacies

    • Herbert P. Bix - Class Conflict in Rural Japan: On Historical Methodology

    • John Lie - Fascist Japan as Number One / A Review Essay

    • Richard J. Smethurst - A Response by the Author

    • Eddie J. Girdner - Social Ferment in India / A Review Essay

    • James W. West - The Suboptimal Miracle of South Korean State Capitalism / A Review Essay

  • No. 4: October-December 1987

    • Stephanie Hagan - Race, Politics, and the Coup in Fiji

    • Anthony B. van Fossen - Two Military Coups in Fiji

    • Malcolm Gault-Williams - Organisasi Papua Merdeka: The Free Papua Movement Lives

    • R. J. May - Mutual Respect, Friendship, and Cooperation? The Indonesian-Papua New Guinea Border and Its Effects on Relations Between Papua New Guinea and Indonesia

    • Toge Sankichi - Hiroshima Poems / A Translation by Richard Minear

    • Alan Wolfe - Towards a Japanese-American Nuclear Criticism: The Art of Iri and Toshi Maruka in Text and Film

    • Richard H. Minear - The Atomic Bomb Paintings / A Review

    • Howie Movshovitz - Hellfire: A Journey from Hiroshima / Film Review

    • Robert Ware - Western Marxists in Flux Over Chinese Marxism/ A Review Essay

Volume 20

  • No. 1: January-March 1988

    • Philip Hirsch - Dammed or Damned? Hydropower versus People's Power

    • Gordon H. Chang - Introduction (to symposium with Su Shaozhi on Marxism in China)

    • Gordon H. Chang - Interview with Su Shaozhi, December 1985

    • Paul Sweezy - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Edward Friedman - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Arif Dirlik - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Mark Selden - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Maurice Meisner - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Gordon H. Chang - Commentary (on Su Shaozhi)

    • Su Shaozhi - Response, 15 January 1988

    • Nakamura Masanori - The Japanese Landlord System and Tenancy Disputes: A Reply to Richard Smethurst's Criticisms

    • Peter Zarrow - The 1911 Revolution in China / A Review Essay

    • Ron Janssen - Intellectuals in Modern and Contemporary China/ A Review Essay

    • Jayne Werner - Vietnam and America: A Documentary History / A Review

    • Michael Vickery - How Many Died in Pol Pot's Kampuchea?/ Correspondence

  • No. 2: April-June 1988

    • D. N. Dhanagare - The Green Revolution and Social Inequalities in Rural India

    • Gail Omvedt - The New Peasant Movement in India

    • Mark Selden - An Interview with Dev Nathan: The Naxalite Legacy and the Political Economy of Contemporary India

    • Salim Lakha - Organized Labor and Militant Unionism: The Bombay Textile Workers' Strike of 1982

    • Bharat Patankar - The Bombay Textile Workers' Strike of 1982: The Lessons of History

    • Asoka Bandarage - Women and Capitalist Development in Sri Lanka, 1977-87

    • Gail Omvedt - India's Political Economy / A Review Essay

    • Ela Dutt - The Naga Nation and Its Struggle against Genocide/ A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1988

    • Suzanne Pepper - China's Special Economic Zones: The Current Rescue Bid for a Faltering Experiment

    • Phyllis Andors - Women and Work in Shenzhen

    • Fujita Kuniko - Women Workers, State Policy, and the International Division of Labor

    • Atsumi Reiko - Dilemmas and Accommodations of Married Japanese Women in White-Collar Employment

    • Sandra Buckley - Reading Women's Texts / A Review Essay

    • Noriko Mizuta Lippit - Affirming the Other's Madness: Feminism in Translation / A Response to Sandra Buckley

    • Tanaka Yukiko - Feminist Readings and Reading into Feminist Theory / A response to Sandra Buckley

  • No. 4: October-December 1988

    • Ben Kiernan - Orphans of Genocide: The Cham Muslims of Kampuchea Under Pol Pot

    • Rob Steven - Japanese Foreign Direct Investment in Southeast Asia: From ASEAN to JASEAN

    • Gary Brown - NCND Nevermore: Death of a Cover Story

    • Paul Kelemen - How Pol Pot Came to Power / A Review Essay

    • Timothy Brook - Must Lineages Own Land? / A Review Essay


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