Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed Chronologically

Volume 21

  • No. 1: January-March 1989

    • Vibhuti Patel - Sex Determination and Sex Preselection Tests in India: Modern Techniques for Femicide

    • Sunera Thobani - Indian Women / A Poem

    • Ku Yen-lin - The Feminist Movement in Taiwan, 1972-87

    • Lau Pok-chi and Jonathan Unger - Between Mao and Manna: A Photo-Essay on the Chinese Countryside in Transition

    • Arif Dirlik - Postsocialism? Reflections on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

    • Richard H. Minear - Four Poems (1941-45) by the Hiroshima Poet Kurihara Sadako / Translation

    • Gavan McCormack et al. - Mountains Collapse: The Death of Hirohito

    • W. Donald Burton - Rural and Urban Protest in Tokugawa Japan/ A Review Essay

    • Judith Fay Kornberg - The Role of Biography in the Analysis of Chinese Politics / A Review Essay

    • John Lie - Japanese Education as Number One / A Review

  • No. 2-4: April-December 1989: Twentieth Anniversary Issue on Indochina and the War

    • Ngo Vinh Long - Vietnam: The Real Enemy

    • Michael Vickery - Cambodia (Kampuchea): History, Tragedy, and Uncertain Future

    • W. Randall Ireson and Carol J. Ireson - Laos: Marxism in a Subsistence Rural Economy

    • Noam Chomsky - The Unites States and Indochina: Far From an Aberration

    • W. D. Ehrhart - The Invasion of Grenada / A Poem

    • David Sheff - An Interview with Daniel Ellsberg: US Foreign Policy in Vietnam Then and Now

    • George R. Vickers - The Vietnam Antiwar Movement in Perspective

    • Douglas Allen - Antiwar Asian Scholars and the Vietnam/Indochina War

    • Marvin E. Gettleman - Against Cartesianism: Preliminary Notes on Three Generations of English-Language Poliical Discourse on Vietnam

    • Films on the War

      • Jenefer P. Shute - Framing Vietnam

      • Gaylyn Studlar and David Desser - Never Having to Say You're Sorry: Rambo's Rewriting of the Vietnam War

    • Nina Adams - Teaching About the Vietnam War: Bringing It All Home to the Classroom

    • Jayne Werner, Paul Joseph, Christine Pelzer White, and Martin Novelli - Course Syllabi on the Vietnam War

    • Merle Ratner - Some Reflections on the Growing US-Indochina Friendship Movement

    • Jon Livingston, Bryant Avery, Joe Moore, Bill and Nancy Doub - The Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars from the Perspective of Past and Present Managing Editors

    • BCAS Editorial Board - Who We Are in 1989

    • Index and Guide to Past Issues of BCAS

Volume 22

  • No. 1: January-March 1990

    • Jon Halliday - I.F. Stone: A Personal Memory

    • John Anglim - Palau: Constitution for Sale

    • Charles Scheiner - Palau: Recent Developments

    • Michael Vickery - Comments on Cham Population Figures

    • Gerald Sussman - Politics and the Press: The Philippines Since Marcos

    • Mark T. Berger - 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

    • Char Miller - Melos Redux: Nuclear Imperialism in the Pacific / A Review Essay

    • Wolfgang Deckers - World Bank Plans for China / A Review

    • Mohammed B. Alam - Bangladesh: Society, Politics, and Bureaucracy / A Review

    • Barney Hope - Thailand in the Nineteenth Century / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1990

    • Jonathan Unger - Life in the Chinese Hinterlands Under the Rural Economic Reforms

    • Nick Knight - On Contradiction and on Democracy: Contrasting Perspectives on Causation and Social Change in the Thought of Mao Zedong

    • Ben Kiernan - The Genocide in Cambodia, 1975-79

    • Carol Warren - Women in China and Southeast Asia: A Course Outline and Bibliography

    • John W. Powell - The Best and the Brightest: Western Reporting from Asia / A Review Essay

    • A. Tom Grunfeld - The Shanghai Syndrome: Spies and Politics, East and West / A Review Essay

    • Ron Janssen - China's Troubled Culture / A Review Essay

  • No. 3: July-September 1990

    • Josephine M. T. Khu - Student Organization in the 1989 Chinese Democracy Movement

    • Mark P. Petracca - Beyond Tiananmen Square: Tragedy and Education in the People's Republic of China

    • Malcolm Gault-Williams - Funu (Liberation War) Continues in East Timor

    • Simon Tan - The Rise of State Authoritarianism in Malaysia

    • Muto Ichiyo - People's Plan 21: An Alliance of Hope for the Twenty-First Century

    • Ramses Amer - The United Nations and Kampuchea: The Issue of Representation and Its Implications

    • James E. Nickum and Zhou Meng - Can a Big Dragon Follow in the Wake of Little Ones? / A Review Essay

    • Anthony B. van Fossen - Politics and Economics in Fiji / A Review Essay

    • Ashok Bhargava - India's Black Economy and Maldevelopment / A Review

    • Kamal Nayan Kabra - Black Economy in India / A Review

  • No. 4: October-December 1990 Special Issue on the Philippines

    • Stephen R. Shalom - Securing the US-Philippines Military Bases Agreement of 1947

    • Brenda Stoltzfus and Saundra Sturdevant - The Sale of Sexual Labor in the Philippines: Marlyn's Story

    • Stephen R. Shalom - Promoting Ferdinand Marcos

    • Mark Selden, Gerundio Dagoob, and Nita Mahinay - Interview with Philippine Sugar Workers

    • David Hyndman and Levita Duhaylungsod - The Development Saga of the Tasaday: Gentle Yesterday, Hoax Today, Exploited Forever?

    • Philip Hirsch - Marginal People on Marginal Land / A Review Essay

    • Kenyalang - Are Not Religion and Politics the Same Thing? / A Review Essay

    • Charles W. Lindsey - Unequal Alliance: The World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, and the Philippines / A Review

    • Charles W. Lindsey - European Companies in the Philippines / A Review

Volume 23

  • No. 1: January-March 1991

    • Mark Selden - The United States, Japan, and the Atomic Bomb

    • Glenn D. Hook - Censorship and Reportage of Atomic Damage and Casualities in Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    • Richard H. Minear - Five Poems (1974-91) by the Hiroshima Poet Kurihara Sadako / Translation

    • Kurt W. Tong - Korea's Forgotten Atomic Bomb Victims

    • Arnel de Guzman and Tito Craig - Counterinsurgency War in the Philippines and the Role of the United States.

    • Peter Zarrow - Social Change and Radical Currents in Republican China, 1912-1949 / A Review Essay

    • Dolores F. Chew - Women's History and Peasant Revolts: the Tebhaga and Telengana Struggles / A Review Essay

    • Richard W. Franke - Of Rural Proletarian Struggles: Mobilization and Organization of Rural Workers in Southwest India, by K.P. Kannan / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1991

    • Callum MacDonald - So Terrible a Liberation: The UN Occupation of North Korea

    • Kim Joochul - Urban Redevelopment of Greenbelt-Area Villages: A Case Study of Seoul Korea

    • Kim Joochul - Urban Struggle: A Tale of Sanggye-Dong, Seoul, Korea

    • Saundra Sturdevant - Seeing and Remembering: Sanggye-Dong and the Demonstrations of June 1987 / A Photo Essay

    • Michael Haas - The Paris Conference on Cambodia, 1989

    • Chhang Song - Return to Cambodia

    • Olle Törnquist - Communists and Democracy: Two Indian Cases and One Debate

    • Laurie Hovell - Namdeo Dhasal: Poet and Panther/Translation

    • Herbert P. Bix - Japan Studies Old and New at the End of the Eighties / A Review Essay

    • Olle Törnquist - Power, Labor, and Livelihood: Processes of Change in Rural Java, by Gillian Hart / A Review

    • Martha Kendall Winnaker - Asia and Pacific: A Directory of Resources, Thomas P. Fenton and Mary J. Heffron, eds. / A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1991

    • Symposium on He Shang (Yellow River Elegy)

      • Mark Selden - Introduction

      • Stephen Field - He shang and the Plateau of Ultrastability

      • Edward Gunn - The Rhetoric of He shang: From Cultural Criticism to Social Act

      • Wang Jing - He shang and the Paradoxes of Chinese Enlightenment

    • Shane P. Tarr - The Nature of Military Intervention in the Countryside of Surat Thani, Southern Thailand

    • Paul Strange - Deconstruction as Disempowerment: New Orientalisms of Java

    • Ward Keeler - Response to Paul Strange's Deconstruction as Disempowerment: New Orientalisms of Java

    • Mark T. Berger - Ghandi and the Guardians: Michael Edwardes and the Apologetics of Imperialism / A Review Essay

    • A Tribute to Choi Sung-il (1943-1991)

  • No. 4: October-December 1991

    • Larry Lohmann - Peasants, Plantations, and Pulp: The Politics of Eucalyptus in Thailand

    • Michael Goldman - Cultivating Hot Peppers and Water Crises in India's Desert: Towards a Theory of Understanding Ecological Crisis

    • John Price - The 1960 Miike Coal Mine Dispute: Turning Point for Adversarial Unionism in Japan?

    • Ronald R. Janssen - Words About Pictures / A Review Essay

    • Zhu Qingpu -Imperialism and Incorporation - The Case of Chinese Silk / A Review Essay

    • John Lie - Rethinking the Miracle: Economic Growth and Political Struggles in South Korea / A Review

Volume 24

  • No. 1: January-March 1992

    • Garry Rodan - Singapore's Leadership Transition: Erosion or Refinement of Authoritarian Rule?

    • Richard Lufrano - Nanjing Spring: The 1989 Student Movement in a Provincial Capital

    • Hua Shiping - All Roads Lead to Democracy: A Critical Analysis of the Writings of Three Chinese Reformist Intellectuals

    • Su Shaozhi, Wang Ruoshui, and Yan Jiaqi- Responses to Hua Shiping's All Roads Lead to Democracy

    • Louise Edwards - Broadening Horizons: Representations of Women in Asia / A Review Essay

    • Raka Ray - Promissory Notes: Women in the Transition to Socialism / A Review

    • Martin J. Murray - Confronting the Dilemmas In Socialist Development / A Review Essay

    • A Tribute to Leo Cawley 1944-1991

  • No. 2: April-June 1992

    • Ben Kiernan - The Cambodian Crisis, 1990-1992: The UN Plan, the Khmer Rouge, and the State of Cambodia

    • Jude Carlson - Tibet in the News

    • Judy Polumbaum, A. Tom Grundfeld, Edward Friedman, and Jude Carlson - Comments on Jude Carlson's Tibet in the News

    • Andre Gunder Frank - The Centrality of Central Asia

    • Daniel Balland, Thomas J. Barfield, Mansura Haider, and Andre Gunter Frank - Comments on Andre Gunter Frank's The Centrality of Central Asia

    • National Security and the Future of Asian Studies Mark Selden - Introduction James K. Boyce - The National Security Education Act of 1991 BCAS Editors - Historical Perspective

    • Philip C. Brown - From Cambodia to Kampuchea / A Review Essay

    • A Tribute to Phyllis Andors (1942-1992)

    • East Timor Action Network - Correspondence

  • No. 3: July-September 1992

    • Levita Duhaylungsod and David Hyndman - Where All That Glitters is Not Gold: Crossroads of Mining Exploration in the T'boli Homeland

    • Sharat G. Lin - Shankar Guha Niyogi: Beyond Conventional Trade Unionism in India

    • Ganeshwar Chand - The United States and South Pacific Regionalism: Participation or Subversion?

    • Charles W. Lindsey - Southeast Asia in the 1980s: The Politics of Economic Crisis / A Review

    • Notes from the Field

      • Mark Bonacci and Don Luce - The AIDS Threat to Southeast Asians and US Military Personnel

      • Judith Moses - Killing the Messenger: Environmental Reporters Under Fire in the Philippines

      • Charles Scheiner - No US Military Aid to Indonesia in Fiscal Year 1993!

    • BCAS Editors - Update on the National Security Act of 1991

    • James Siegel - In Response to Paul Strange's Critique

    • Paul Strange - A Reply to Ward Keeler and James Siegel

  • No. 4: October-December 1992

    • Carol J. Ireson - Changes in Field, Forest, and Family: Rural Women's Work and Status in Post-Revolutionary Laos

    • David Kunzle - Festival and Revolution in the Highlands of Vietnam: A Vietnamese Artist Shows How the Revolution Comes to a Mountain People in Central Vietnam

    • Alvin Y. So and Ludmilla Kwitko - The Transformation of Urban Movements in Hong Kong, 1970-90

    • Ohno Kazuoki - Japanese Agriculture Today: The Roots of Decay

    • Roger Bowen - The Political Economy of Japan / A Review Essay

    • Callum MacDonald - Rediscovering History: New Light on an Unknown War / A Review Essay

Volume 25

  • No. 1: January-March 1993

    • Ngo Tak-wing - Civil Society and Political Liberation In Taiwan

    • C. L. Chiou - The 1990 National Affairs Conference and the Future of Democracy in Taiwan

    • Linda Gail Arrigo - A Brief Report on Taiwan's National Legislative Yuan Elections, 19 December 1992

    • Bill Mihalopoulos - The Making of Prostitutes: The Karayuki-san

    • Kashiwagi Hirosuke - A Translation of Hayashi Kyoko's Procession on a Cloudy Day (kumoribi no koshin)

    • Linda Gail Arrigo - Women in East Asian Politics / A Review Essay

    • Charles W. Lindsey - A Contract for Underdevelopment / A Review

    • Notes from the Field Charles Scheiner - East Timor Update

  • No. 2: April-June 1993.

    • Jim Taylor - Social Activism and Resistance on the Thai Frontier: The Case of Phra Prajak Khuttajitto

    • Saskia E. Wieringa - Two Indonesian Women's Organizations: Gerwani and the PKK

    • Robert T. Robinson - The Greenery of Well-Engineered Factory Complexes: Fiji's Garment-Led Export Industrialization Strategy

    • John DeFrancis - Writing Reform: Back to the Future

    • Kurt Jacobsen - WGBH Makes History

    • Douglas Kellner - War and Television / A Review

    • Nick Knight - Mao Zedong's Thought and Chinese Marxism / A Review Essay

    • Edward Friedman - Mythmakers and Manicheans on China / A Review

    • Third World Resources - Asia and the Pacific: Resources for Education and Action

    • Notes from the Field: Amerasian Children - Living Legacy in the Philippines

  • No. 3: July-September 1993.

    • Zhu Ling and Mark Selden - Agricultural Cooperation and the Family Farm in China

    • Antonia J. Shouse - Environmental Alert on the Tibetan Plateau

    • Kenneth J. Ruoff - Mr Tomino goes to City Hall: Grass-Roots Democracy in Zushi City, Japan

    • Harry Williams - Words Not Spoken: Recent Writings on Property and Change in China / A Review Essay

    • James D. Seymour - Towards an East Asian Confederation of Independent States? / A Review Essay

    • Robert B. Stauffer - Postcolonial Industrialization and NICdom: Myths and Lessons from East and Southeast Asia / A Review Essay

    • W. Randall Ireson - New Perspectives on Laos / A Review Essay

    • Notes from the Field

      • Linda Gail Arrigo - A View of the United Nations Conference on Human Rights, June 1993

      • Gregory Veeck - Development, Regional Equity, and Political Change in China

  • No. 4: October-December 1993: Women and Religious Nationalism in India

    • Amrita Basu - Women and Religious Nationalism in India: An Introduction

    • Zoya Hasan - Communalism, State Policy, and the Question of Women's Rights in Contemporary India

    • Tanika Sarkar - The Women of the Hindutva Brigade

    • Amrita Basu - Feminism Inverted: The Real Women and Gendered Imagery of Hindu Nationalism

    • Paola Bacchetta - All of Our Goddesses are Armed: Religion, Resistance, and Revenge in the Life of a Militant Hindu Nationalist Woman

    • Anthony P. D'Costa - India in the World System/A Review Essay

    • Notes From the Field - Anticommunalism in South Asia

    • Sampradayikta Virodhi Andolan - On the Struggle Against Communalism

    • Association of Indian Progressive Study Groups - Political Implications of the Demolition of the Babri Mosque

    • Indian Citizens in India - An Appeal to All Our Brothers and Sisters in Southern California, USA, to Place Facts, Not Pseudofacts, Before Real Indians Who Live in, Not Just Visit, This Great Country of Ours

    • SAHMAT Performance and Exhibit for Cultural Understanding Results in Criminal Charges: A Selection of Accounts

    • Meredith Tax, International PEN Writers' Committee - Taslima Nasrin: A Background Paper

    • Radhika Lal - A Report on the Concerned South Asians Coalition: One Year After Ayodhya


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