Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed Chronologically

Volume 31

  • No. 1 / January - March 1999

    • Elaine Chan - Sacredness and the Ritual Process in Collective Action: The 1989 Chinese Student Movement

    • Babette P. Resurrección - Engineering the Philippine Uplands: Gender, Ethnicity, and Scientific Forestry in the American Colonial Period

    • William Jankowiak - Chinese Women, Gender, and Sexuality: A Critical Review of Recent Studies

    • Jude Howell, Susan Brownell, Jui-shan Chang, Elaine Jeffreys, Louise Edwards, and Kaz Ross - Responses to "Chinese Women, Gender, and Sexuality"

    • Interview

      • Gary Sigley and Elaine Jeffreys - On "Sex" and "Sexuality" in China: A Conversation with Pan Suiming

    • Commentary

      • Alvin Y. So - 1997 and Democratic Compromise in Hong Kong

    • Review Essays

      • Roger Bell and Sean Brawley - Between History and Geography: Debates on Australia and Asia.

      • James Seymour -Nationalism of the Lost Nations.

      • Govindan Parayil - Democracy at Work in Kerala, India.

    • Video Review

      • Richard Kagan, with Michael J. Fonte - Tug of War: The Story of Taiwan, by Judith Vecchione, producer and director

    • Tribute

      • Brett de Bary, Carol Gluck, and Bruce Cumings - Tribute to Alan Wolfe

  • No. 2 / April - June 1999, The South Asian Bomb: Reality and Illusion, Hassan Gardezi and Hari Sharma, guest editors

    • Hassan Gardezi and Hari Sharma - Introduction.

    • Itty Abraham - Nuclear Power and Human Security

    • Yunas Samad - Nuclear Pakistan and the Emergence of a Peace Movement

    • Rohini Hensman - Why India and Pakistan Should Denuclearize and Sign the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

    • N. Ram - 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

    • T. Jayaraman - Science, Politics, and the Indian Bomb: Some Preliminary Considerations

    • Anis Alam - Nuclear Bombs: Poor Country's Short Cut to International Notoriety

    • Manoranjan Mohanty - Parties to Panchasheel: India-China Relations and the Nuclear Explosions in South Asia

    • A. Z. Hilali - Kashmir: A Dangerous Flashpoint in South Asia

    • Statements

      • Arundhati Roy - The End of Imagination (excerpts)

      • Admiral (Retd.) L. Ramdas - India-Pakistan Relations at a Crossroads: A Personal Statement

    • Review Essay

      • S. P. Udayakumar - Nukes as a Way of Life? Contextualizing the Nuclear Madness in South Asia. Pakistan and the Bomb: Public Opinion and Nuclear Options, by Samina Ahmed and David Cortright, eds.; Israel and the Bomb, by Avner Cohen; India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium, by A. P. J. Abdul Kalam and Y. S. Rajan; Atomic Audit: The Costs and Consequences of U.S. Nuclear Weapons since 1940, by Stephen I. Schwartz, ed.; Nuclear India , Jasjit Singh, ed.

    • Book Reviews

      • Peter Van Ness - The Gift of Time: The Case for Abolishing Nuclear Weapons Now, by Jonathan Schell

      • Yoshikuni Igarashi - Kyoto ni genbaku o tokaseyo: Warner densetsu no shinjitsu (Drop the atomic bomb on Kyoto: The truth about the Warner legend), by Yoshida Morio

  • No. 3 / July - September 1999

    • Constance Lever-Tracy and Noel Tracy - The Three Faces of Capitalism and the Asian Crisis

    • Robin Madrid - Islamic Students in the Indonesian Student Movement, 1998-1999: Forces for Moderation

    • Manisha Desai - From Astitva (Existence) toward Vyaktitva (Identity): The Challenges of a Local Feminism

    • Rejoinder

      • William Jankowiak - Gendered Power: An Idea Whose Time Has Gone. A reply to Jude Howell, Susan Brownell, Jui-shan Chang, Elaine Jeffreys, Louise Edwards, and Kaz Ross

    • Conference Report

      • Ping-Chun Hsiung - Transformation, Subversion, and Feminist Activism: Report on the Workshops of a Developmental Project, Xian, China

    • Research Note

      • Mary P. Callahan - Junta Dreams or Nightmares? Observations of Burma's Military since 1988

    • Review Essay

      • Kenyalang - "Earth Provides Enough to Satisfy Every Man's Need, But Not for Every Man's Greed." Farewell to Democracy in Sarawak: The Making of a Neocolony, by Roy Bruton; Borneo Log: The Struggle for Sarawak's Forests, by William W. Bevis; Ecology, Conservation and Management of Southeast Asian Rainforests, by Richard B. Primack and Thomas E. Lovejoy, eds.; Environmental Change in South-East Asia: People, Politics and Sustainable Development, by Michael J. G. Parnwell and Raymond L. Bryant, eds.

    • Book Reviews

      • Patricio N. Abinales - Booty Capitalism: The Politics of Banking in the Philippines, by Paul D. Hutchcroft

      • Manjit Bhatia - The Mute's Soliloquy: A Memoir, by Pramoedya Ananta Toer

      • Jeff Kingston - The Emptiness of Japanese Affluence, by Gavan McCormack

    • Notes from the Field

      • Gene Cooper - Renting a Flat in Hangzhou

  • No. 4 / October - December 1999

    • Vincent Boudreau - Diffusing Democracy? People Power in Indonesia and the Philippines

    • John W. Dower - A Message from the Showa Emperor

    • Paul M. Monk - The Empire Strikes Back? Huntington on East and West

    • Debates

      • Gail Omvedt and Ashish Kapoor - Big Dams in India

      • Martin Hart-Landsberg and Paul Burkett - A Critique of the "Mismatch Model"

      • Constance Lever-Tracy and Noel Tracy - A Rejoinder

    • Review Essays

      • Leonora C. Angeles - The Rich, the Poor, and the Hungry: Gender Discourses on Development and the Distribution of Power, Property, and Privilege in Asia. Struggling with Development: The Politics of Hunger and Gender in the Philippines, by Lynn M. Kwiatkowski; Filipino Peasant Women: Exploitation and Resistance, by Ligaya Lindio-McGovern; Women, Power and Kinship Politics: Female Power in Post-War Philippines, by Mina Roces; Gender and Power in Affluent Asia, by Krishna Sen and Maila Stevens, eds.

      • Paresh Chattopadhyay - Women's Labor under Capitalism and Marx. Capital Accumulation and Women's Labor in Asian Economies, by Peter Custers

    • Book Reviews

      • Norma Field - 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.

      • Vijay Prashad - The Cold War and the University: Toward an Intellectual History of the Postwar Years, by Noam Chomsky et al.; Universities and Empire: Money and Politics in the Social Sciences during the Cold War, by Christopher Simpson, ed.

    • Annual Index Volume 31 (1999)

Volume 32

  • No. 1+2 / January - June 2000, East Timor, Indonesia, and the World Community:Resistance, Repression, and Responsibility, Richard Tanter, Mark Selden, and Stephen R. Shalom, guest editors

    • Stephen R. Shalom, Mark Selden, Richard Tanter - Introduction.

    • Geoffrey C. Gunn - The 500-Year Timorese Funu

    • Sarah Niner - A Long Journey of Resistance: The Origins and Struggle of the CNRT

    • Arnold S. Kohen - The Catholic Church and the Independence of East Timor

    • Geoffrey Robinson - With Unamet in East Timor: A Historian's Personal View

    • Helene van Klinken - Taking the Risk, Paying the Price: East Timorese Vote in Ermera

    • Peter Bartu - The Militia, the Military, and the People of Bobonaro District

    • Allan Nairn - U.S. Support for the Indonesian Military. Congressional Testimony

    • Richard Falk - The East Timor Ordeal: International Law and Its Limits

    • Noam Chomsky - The United States, East Timor, and Intervention

    • Scott Burchill - East Timor, Australia, and Indonesia

    • Wade Huntley and Peter Hayes - East Timor and Asian Security

    • Richard Tanter - East Timor and the Crisis of the Indonesian Intelligence State

    • Takashi Shiraishi - Whither Indonesia?

    • Coki Naipospos - East Timor in the Dynamics of Indonesian Politics

    • Gerry van Klinken - Big States and Little Independence Movements

    • Sylvia Tiwon - From East Timor to Aceh: The Disintegration of Indonesia?

    • Angus McIntyre - Megawati Sukarnoputri: From President's Daughter to Vice President

    • Richard Tanter, Mark Selden, Stephen R. Shalom - East Timor Facing Independence

    • Amnesty International - East Timor as Violence Descended: Testimonies from East Timorese Refugees

    • Seamus Heaney - Statement

    • Elizabete Lim Gomes, Fernando Pires, Emanuel Braz - Poems, memoir, and refugee statments, compiled by James McCaughey

    • David Bouchier - Biographical notes on Indonesian military officers

    • East Timor's "Magna Carta"

    • Chronology, compiled by Gerry van Klinken, Richard Tanter, Geoffrey C. Gunn, and Stephen R. Shalom

    • Glossary

    • Educational resources, compiled by the East Timor Action Network/U.S.

  • No. 3 / July - September 2000

    • Jane A. Margold - Democratization and Bureaucratic Dominance in Hong Kong: Perspectives from a Short-lived University Students' Movement

    • Mariko Asano Tamanoi - War Responsibility and Japanese Civilian Victims of Japanese Biological Warfare in China

    • Moss Roberts - Bad Karma in Asia

    • Photo Essay

      • Hari Sharma - Suspended in Time and Space: Slices of Life

    • Tribute

      • Moss Roberts, Chalmers Johnson, Jim Peck, and Bruce Cumings - Eulogy for John S. Service

    • Book Excerpt

      • Suh Sung - Nineteen Years in South Korea's Gulag

    • Book Reviews

      • Mobo Gao - China in Transition: Issues and Debates. China's Transition, by Andrew Nathan; China in Transition: Issues and Policies, by David C. B. Teather and Herbert S. Yee, eds.; Contesting Citizenship in Urban China: Peasant Migrants, the State, and the Logic of the Market, by Dorothy Solinger.

      • Kerry Smith - Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II, by John W. Dower

      • Andrew B. Kipnis - Other Modernities: Gendered Yearnings in China after Socialism, by Lisa Rofel

      • Anupama Rao - Broken People: Caste Violence against India's Untouchables, by Human Rights Watch; The Untouchables: Subordination, Poverty and the State in Modern India, by Oliver Mendelsohn and Marika Vicziany

      • Gene Cooper - Transforming Asian Socialism: China and Vietnam Compared, by Anita Chan, Benedict J. Tria Kerkvliet, and Jonathan Unger, eds.

      • Paul Sanjoy Gonsalves - Interpreter of Maladies: Calcutta, Boston, and Beyond, by Jhumpa Lahiri

      • Sato Yoichiro - Kokusai Kinyû no Genga: Shijô Shihon Shugi no Kiki wo Koete, by Sakakibara Eisuke

    • Conference Report

      • Richard W. Franke - The International Conference on Democratic Decentralization (Kerala, India)

    • Letter to the Editor, by Gail Omvedt

  • No. 4 / October - December 2000

    • Ralph A. Litzinger - Questions of Gender: Ethnic Minority Representation in China

    • Wynn Wilcox - In Their Image: The Vietnamese Communist Party, the West, and the Social Evils Campaign of 1996

    • Richard C. Kagan - Disarming Memories: Japanese, Korean, and American Literature on the Vietnam War

    • Literature

      • Outhine Bounyavong - Short Stories from Laos, introduced by Roger Rumpf and Jacqui Chagnon

    • Tribute

      • Jayne Werner - George McT. Kahin: A Tribute, with bibliography

    • Field Study Report

      • John P. McAndrew - Indigenous Adaptation to a Rapidly Changing Economy: The Experience of Two Tampuan Villages in Northeast Cambodia

    • Notes from the Field

      • Geoffrey C. Gunn - Showdown in Timor: Notes from the (Battle) Field

    • Book Reviews

      • David Hunt - Grunts and Historians: Recent Representations of Vietnam Veterans. Stolen Valor: How the Vietnam Generation Was Robbed of Its Heroes and Its History, by B. G. Burkett and Glenna Whitley; Shook over Hell: Post-Traumatic Stress, Vietnam, and the Civil War, by Eric Dean; The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and the Legacy of Vietnam, by Jerry Lembcke

      • David Ekbladh - Pacific Studies (5 vols.). Asia-Pacific in the New World Order, by Anthony McGrew and Christopher Brook, eds.; Economic Dynamism in the Asia-Pacific, by Grahame Thompson, ed.; Culture and Society in the Asia- Pacific, by Richard Maidment and Colin Mackerras, eds.; Governance in the Asia-Pacific, Richard Maidment, David Goldblatt, and Jeremy Mitchell, eds.; The Asia-Pacific Profile, by Bernard Eccleston, Michael Dawson, and Deborah McNamara, eds.

      • Yiu-chung Wong - Hong Kong from Britain to China: Political Cleavages, Electoral Dynamics and Institutional Changes, by Li Pang-Kwong

      • Michael D. Barr - Changing Values in Asia: Their Impact on Governance and Development, by Han Sung-Joo, ed.

         


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