Speaking Truth to Power

Editors' Perspectives on the First Twenty Years of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars

Author: Bryant Avery | Bill and Nancy Doub | Jon Livingston and Joe Moore

Abstract:

Editor's Note: The following is an adaptation of "The Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars from the Perspective of Past and Present Managing Editors," by Jon Livingston, Bryant Avery, Joe Moore, Bill and Nancy Doub, and Jay Dillon, published in the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 21: 2-4 (1989), 180-189. The Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars (CCAS) published the first issue of the CCAS Newsletter in May 1968 under the editorialship of Leigh Kagan and Jon Livingston. In May 1968 the Newsletter was renamed the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars (BCAS) and, beginning with issue 33:1 (March 2001), Critical Asian Studies. For a detailed history of the early years of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars (CCAS), see Doug Allen, "Antiwar Asian Scholars and the Vietnam/Indochina War," Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 21: 2-4 (1989), 112-134.



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