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[ 1960 | 1961 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968-1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972-1973 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979-1980 | 1982 | 1983-1984 | 1985 | 1986-1987 | 1988-1989 | 1990-1991 | 1992 | 1993-1994 | 1995-1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000-2001 | 2002 ]

1:1:1960
Ackroyd, Joyce Traditional Japanese Drama, pp. 1–3
Davies (sic.) Davis, A. R. The Sense of Loneliness or How To Be an Immortal, pp. 4–11
Mahalanobis, P. C. The Impact of Tagore on Modern India, pp. 12–19
Chen, Chih-Mai Figure-Painting in China, pp. 20–23

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1:2:1961
McMeekin, Ivan AN INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTAL CERAMICS, pp. 3–6
Goodrich, L. Carrington EARLY CONNECTIONS BETWEEN CHINA AND OTHER PARTS OF ASIA, pp. 7–9
Smith, Huston WORLD RELIGIONS, pp. 10–20
Caiger, George THE SHO¯SO¯IN: A UNIQUE STORE-HOUSE, pp. 21–24
Wulff, H. E. CHINESE CERAMICS, pp. 25–28
FitzGerald, C. P. CHINA AND RUSSIA AFTER THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION, 1922–1927, pp. 29–39

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2:1:1963
Davis, A. R. SOME IMPLICATIONS OF THE HAYTER REPORT, pp. 2–6
Sheppard, A. W. THE CODE OF THE SAMURAI, pp. 7–13
van Naerssen, F. H. SOME ASPECTS OF THE HINDU-JAVANESE KRATON, pp. 14–19
Mendel, Douglas H., Jr JAPAN’S NEW ROLE IN ASIA, pp. 20–25
Liu, W. P. THE POETRY OF YÜAN MEI (1716–1798), pp. 26–33
Crawcour, E. S. THE JAPANESE ECONOMY ON THE EVE OF MODERNIZATION, pp. 34–41
Nish, I. H. DR G. E. MORRISON AND JAPAN, pp. 42–47

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2:2:1964
McKillop, B. C. SOME REFLECTIONS ON ZEN BUDDHISM, pp. 2–19
Syrokomla-Stefanowska, A. D. THE THIRD CENTURY WRITER JUAN CHI, pp. 20–28
FitzGerald, C. P. THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF CHINESE MILITARY TRADITION, pp. 29–48
Sargent, G. W. AN INTRODUCTION TO BASHO¯, pp. 49–63
South, M. T. LI HO AND SCHOLAR-OFFICIAL OF THE YÜAN-HO PERIOD (806–821), pp. 64–81
Emanuels, H. W. THE UNDANG-UNDANG MALAKA, pp. 82–89

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3:1:1965
Mason, R. H. P. THE DEBATE ON POOR RELIEF IN THE FIRST MEIJI DIET, pp. 2–26
Chiu, Ling-Yeong CHINESE MARITIME EXPANSION, 1368–1644, pp. 27–47
Strong, K. L. C. KITAMURA TOKOKU (1868–1894)—THE CASE OF THE JAPANESE ROMANTIC, pp. 48–66
Capell, A. EARLY INDONESIAN CONTACTS WITH NORTH AUSTRALIA, pp. 67–75
Lancashire, D. A CONFUCIAN INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY, pp. 76

3:2:1965
Caiger, J. THE FIRST POST-WAR HISTORY BOOK IN JAPAN, pp. 2–15
Robson, S. O. THE WAJANG AND THE STUDY OF JAVANESE CULTURAL HISTORY, pp. 16–26
Hall, D. G. E. INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA, pp. 27–38
Wang, Gungwu CHINESE HISTORIANS AND THE NATURE OF EARLY CHINESE FOREIGN RELATIONS, pp. 39–54
Davis, A. R. REVOLUTION AND LITERATURE IN TWENTIETH CENTURY CHINA, pp. 55–65
Wulff, H. E. THE ISLAMIC CRAFT GUILDS AND THEIR SOCIO-RELIGIOUS BACKGROUND, pp. 66–74

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4:1:1966
Strong, K. L. C. KINOSHITA NAOE—NON-CONFORMIST, pp. 2–34
de Iongh, R. C. SOME EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS IN INDONESIA, pp. 35–49
Caiger, J. JAPANESE FESTIVALS, pp. 50–60
Crespigny, R. de THE MILITARY GEOGRAPHY OF THE YANGTSE AND THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE THREE KINGDOMS STATE OF WU, pp. 61–76
Gardiner, K. H. J. THE BEGINNINGS OF KOREAN HISTORY, pp. 77–90

4:2:1966
Oddie, G. A. BENGALI REACTIONS TO WESTERN IMPACT (1800–1857), pp. 2–11
Kolmas, J. CHINA—THE LAND OF MANY NATIONALITIES, pp. 12–19
Matsui, S. HERO LEGENDS OF ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL JAPAN, pp. 20–37
Davis, A. R. THE FORTUNATE BANISHMENT—LIU TSUNG-YÜAN IN YUNG-CHOU, pp. 38–48
South, M. T. LI HO AND THE NEW YÜEH-FU MOVEMENT, pp. 49–61

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5:1 & 2:1967
Caiger, J. A “REVERSE COURSE” IN THE TEACHING OF HISTORY IN POSTWAR JAPAN? pp. 4–16
Chey, Jocelyn WAS MOTZU A MATERIALIST? pp. 17–25
Chan, Hok-lam LIU CHI (1311–75) IN THE YING-LIEH-CHUAN: THE FICTIONALIZATION OF A SCHOLAR-HERO, pp. 26–42
Davis, A. R. CHINA’S ENTRY INTO WORLD LITERATURE, pp. 43–50
Crespigny, Rafe de CIVIL WAR IN EARLY CHINA: TS’AO TS’AO, AT THE BATTLE OF KUAN-TU, pp. 51–64
Rachewiltz, Igor de SOME REMARKS ON THE LANGUAGE PROBLEM IN YUAN CHINA, pp. 65–80
Kobayashi, T. RELIGION AND STATE IN MODERN JAPAN, pp. 81–107
Liu, Ts’un-yan, YUAN HUANG AND HIS “FOUR ADMONITIONS”, pp. 108–132
McDougall, Bonnie S. EUROPEAN INFLUENCES IN THE POETRY OF HO CH’I-FANG, pp. 133–151
Sneddon, J. N. A PROBLEM IN THE SOURCES OF MALAYA’S HISTORY, pp. 152–157
South, Margaret T. HAN-YU—“GUIDE, PHILOSOPHER AND FRIEND”, pp. 158–175

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6:1 & 2:1968–69
Balfas, M. WRONG UPBRINGING: CHARACTERIZATION IN AN EARLY INDONESIAN NOVEL, pp. 5–15
Chey, Jocelyn HUANG TSUN-HSIEN AND JAPANESE INFLUENCE ON THE 1898 REFORMS, pp. 16–32
Davis, A. R. “OUT OF UNCLE TOM’S CABIN”, TOKYO 1907: A PRELIMINARY LOOK AT THE BEGINNINGS OF THE SPOKEN DRAMA IN CHINA, pp. 33–49
de Iongh, R. C. “INDONESIA, A NEW ERA OF PRAGMATISM?” pp. 50–58
Hoy, I. M. ON THE CONDUCT OF LORD IWAKURA, pp. 59–64
Jiang, Paul Yun-ming CH’EN PAI-SHA (1428.1300) IN THE DEVELOPMENTOF NEO-CONFUCIANISM, pp. 65–81
Lancashire, D. BUDDHIST REACTION TO CHRISTIANITY IN LATE MING CHINA, pp. 82–103
Sargent, G. W. TWO MEIJI NOVELS ON YOUTH, pp. 104–113
Soejono, R. P. RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT OF ARCHAEOLOGY IN INDONESIA, pp. 114–121

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7:1 & 2:1970
Behm, Allan J. THE THEODICY OF THE UPANISHADS, pp. 5–14
Colless, Brian E. WALAING AND THE SAILENDRAS OF JAVA, pp. 15–22
Dobbins, K. W. ERAS OF GANDHARA, pp. 23–36
Enoki, K. THE LIANG CHIH-KUNG-TU ON THE ORIGIN AND MIGRATION OF THE HUA OR EPHTHALITES, pp. 37–45
Kobayashi, T. INTRANSITIVE AND TRANSITIVE MARKERS OF JAPANESE VERBS, pp. 46–69
Kuki, Hiroshi INTRANSITIVE AND TRANSITIVE MARKERS OF JAPANESE VERBS, PP. 70–86
Prince, A. J. THE CONCEPT OF BUDDHAHOOD IN EARLIER AND LATER BUDDHISM, pp. 87–118
Rizvi, S. A. A. SUFIS AND NATHA YOGIS IN MEDIEVAL NORTHERN INDIA MEDIEVAL NORTHERN INDIA, pp. 119–133
van Akkeren, Phillip A CONTEMPORARY INDONESIAN MESSIAH: A PROFILE, pp. 134–146
Wolff, Ernst A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF HAI JUI: HIS BIOGRAPHY IN THE MING-SHIH, pp. 147–161

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8:1 & 2:1971
Loofs, H. H. E. FUNANESE CULTURAL ELEMENTS IN THE LOWER MENAM BASIN, pp. 5–8
Santoso, Soewito THE ISLAMIZATION OF INDONESAN / MALAY LITERATURE IN ITS EARLIER PERIOD, pp. 9–27
Soebardi, PRINCE MANGKU NAGARA IV: A RULER AND POET OF 19TH CENTURY JAVA, pp. 28–58
Supomo, S. THE DATING OF THE OLD JAVANESE UTTARAKANDA, pp. 59–67
Pitono, R. NOTES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPLE ARCHITECTURE IN EAST JAVA, pp. 68–75
van Akkeren, Philip ART APPLIED TO THE CALENDAR OF BALI, pp. 76–85
Pitono, R. THE BELAHAN PROBLEM, pp. 86–95
SoetjiptoWirjosoeparto, R. M. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CHRONOGRAMS (TJANDRA-SANGKALA) FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF THE HISTORY OF INDONESIA, pp. 96–112

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9:1 & 2:1972–1973
South, Margaret T. PO CHÜ-I’S “THE OBSERVATORY TOWER”, pp. 3–13
Ching, Julia SOME NOTES ON THE “WANG YANG-MING CONTROVERSY”, pp. 14–20
Colless, Brian E. THE ANCIENT BNAM EMPIRE: FU-NAN AND PO-NAN, pp. 21–31
Chang, P’eng-yüan A TYPOLOGICAL HYPOTHESIS ON THE ELITES OF THE 1911 REVOLUTION IN CHINA, pp. 32–38
Hamilton, A. W. THE ORIGINS OF BRITISH INTEREST IN KOREA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, pp. 39–50
Chacraverti, Susmit BRITISH RESIDENT IN NEPAL: A CAGED LION, 1857–1885, pp. 51–73
Lee, Mabel IN LU HSÜN’S FOOTSTEPS? ... PAI HSIEN-YUNG, A MODERN CHINESE WRITER, pp. 74–83
McDougall, Bonnie S. THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST IN CHINA: EARLY CHINESE ATTITUDES TOWARDS OSCAR WILDE, pp. 84–98
Ahmad, Zahiruddin THE HISTORICAL STATUS OF CHINA IN TIBET, pp. 99–108

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10:1 & 2:1975
Crespigny, Rafe de THE SECOND YEAR OF YEN-HSI: NOTES TO THE HAN CHRONICLE OF A.D. 159, pp. 7–25
Kobayashi, T. THE RUSSIAN POPULARISTS IN A 1902 CHINESE NOVEL: AN EXAMPLE OF CULTURAL CONFORMITY BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN IN THE COURSE OF THEIR MODERNISATION, pp. 26–44
Nilsson, J. THE DEVELOPMENT OF POLICE ADMINISTRATION IN LOWER BURMA, 1852–1885, pp. 45–64
Syrokomla-Stefanowska, A. D. FAN CH’ENG-TA’S WU-BOAT JOURNEY OF 1177, pp. 65–80
Yuyama, Akira ON AND AROUND THE JAPANESE ASIA, “GOOSE”, pp. 81–92
Davis, A. R. SU SHIH’S “FOLLOWING THE RHYMES OF T’AO YUAN-MING” POEMS: A LITERARY OR PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENON, pp. 93–108

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11:1:1976
Kitagawa, Joseph M. REALITY AND ILLUSION: SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EARLY JAPANESE “WORLD OF MEANING”, pp. 3–18
Kobayashi, H. THE “ASHIKARI” TALE, A TENTH-CENTURY JAPANESE STORY OF A REED-CUTTER, AND ITS PROBABLE SOURCE, pp. 19–36
Capell, A. THE PREHISTORY OF INDONESIA, pp. 37–48
Wong, J. Y. THE CESSION OF HONG KONG: A CHAPTER OF IMPERIAL HISTORY, pp. 49–61
Kobayashi, T. CHANG CHU-CHUN FOR WOMEN’S RIGHTS, pp. 62–80
Lee, Ngok PROBLEMS OF MASS MOBILIZATION AND VILLAGE IN NORTH CHINA, 1938–1942, pp. 81–104
Sharma, Arvind A HISTORICAL EXPLANATION OF THE ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD AS´VATTHA, pp. 105–107
Kesarcodi-Watson, Ian PITRS, pp. 108–111

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12:1:1977
Jiang, Paul Y. M. “THE INEFFABILITY OF TAO” IN CHINESE THOUGHT, pp. 5–15
Lee, Bernice J. WOMEN AND THE LAW IN REPUBLICAN CHINA, pp. 16–41
Morton, Leith AN INTRODUCTION TO ARISHIMA TAKEO: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KANKAN MUSHI AND KAIN NO MATSUEI, pp. 42–68
Davis, A. R. ON SUCH A NIGHT: A CONSIDERATION OF THE ANTECEDENTS OF THE MOON IN SU SHIH’S WRITINGS, pp. 69–87
Liu, Wei-P’ing THE TAOIST OF THE RUSTIC BRIDGE AND HIS ART, pp. 88–96
Tsang, Winnie KUO-MO-JO’S THE GODDESSES, pp. 97–109
Underdown, Michael THE MONGOLS AND WINE, pp. 110–113

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13:1:1978
Cannon, Garland SIR WILLIAM JONES AND SANSKRIT EPIGRAPHY, pp. 3–8
Ahmad, Zahiruddin THE SARVASTIVADA OR THE PHILOSOPHY THAT “EVERYTHING EXISTS”, pp. 9–37
Davis, David L. THE EVOLUTION OF BUSHIDO¯ TO THE YEAR 1500, pp. 38–56
Prince, A. J. THE COUNTRYMAN IN THE LIFE AND WORKS OF SHEN TS’UNG-WEN, pp. 57–85

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14:1:1979–80
Johnson, B. L. C. IRRIGATION IN PAKISTAN, pp. 5–22
Roberts, Michael THE HYDRAULIC SOCIETY OF ANCIENT CEYLON: SPECULATIONS ON THE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TOWARDS THE RELATIVE STASIS IN ITS SOCIO-ECONOMIC STRUCTURE, pp. 23–33
de Vos, George A. INDUSTRIALISATION AND GROWTH OF TOKYO, pp. 34–42
Fryer, Donald W. THE CITY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE ALLOCATION OF PUBLIC RESOURCES, pp. 43–50
Tangri, Shanti S. THE ECONOMICS OF URBANIZATION IN UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES, pp. 51–71
Hugo-Brunt, M. THE MACAO COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF “MADRE DE DEUS”, “MATER DEI” OR “ST PAUL’S”, pp. 72–114

Austrina, 1982
de Rachewiltz, I. More about the Story of Cinggis-qan and the Peace-loving Rhinoceros, pp. 13–29
Davis, A. R. “Rain to Hasten My Poem”: An Analysis and an Appreciation of Tu Fu’s Poems about Rain, pp. 30–43
FitzGerald, C. P. Caravan Routes and Trade in Old China, pp. 44–55
Gardiner, K. H. J. Aspects of the Legend of King Yuri Myong, pp. 56–76
Ho, Peng-Yoke The Ti-ching-t’u, a Lost Manual on Mining and Geobotanical Prospecting, pp. 77–92
Jiang, Paul Y. M. Wang Yang-ming and Ch’en Pai-sha: The Lost Connection, pp. 93–106
Kobayashi, T. “Yu-ch’ien-te ch’u ch’ien, yu-li-te ch’u li”; An Examination of the Anti-Japanese National United Front, pp. 107–130
Lancashire, Douglas A Note on Chapter 59 of the Wen-ming Hsiao-shih (A Brief History of Enlightenment), pp. 131–139
Lee, Mabel Suicide of the Creative Self: The Case of Lu Hsün, pp. 140–167
Liu, Ts’un-yan A Biographical Sketch of Liu Shih-p’ei (1884–1919), pp. 168–187
Liu, Wei-p’ing The Poetry Revolution of the Late Ch’ing Period: A Re-evaluation, pp. 188–199
Malmqvist, Göran Yang Chi-fu: Poems, pp. 200–203
Nish, Ian (I. H.) The Three-Power Intervention of 1895, pp. 204–225
Lo, Hui-min G. E. Morrison and Yüan Shih-k’ai’s Monarchical Scheme, pp. 226–243
Simon, H. F. On the Structure and Form of Models of Speech for Oral Performance in Chinese, pp. 244–263
South, M. T. Poems of Persuasion: A Study of Po Chü-i’s Hsin Yüeh-fu, pp. 264–301
Underdown, Michael Some Aspects of the Ch’ing Administration of Mongolia, pp. 302–308
Waung, W. S. K. Changing Patterns of the Opium trade in Nineteenth Century China, pp. 309–333
Wong, J. Y. The Taipings’ Distant Allies: A Comparative Study of the Rebels at Shanghai and at Canton and Their Interaction with the Treaty Powers, 1853–1855, pp. 334–350
Ackroyd, J. I. Anatomy of a Translation, pp. 351–363
Capell, A. Focus in the Japanese Nominal Phrase, pp. 364–382
Davis, David L. Ho¯kensei and Feudalism, pp. 383–400
Henshall, K. G. A Call for a Reconsideration of the Japanese Concept of Naturalism, pp. 401–421
Kitagawa, Joseph M. The Shadow of the Sun: A Glimpse of the Fujiwara and the Imperial Families in Japan, pp. 422–438
Kobayashi, Hiroko Ryo¯jin Hisho¯ and Modern Japanese Poetry: With Special Reference to the Poetry of Saito¯ Mokichi, Kitahara Hakushu¯, Sato¯ Haruo, and Akutagawa Ryu¯nosuke, pp. 439–465
Strong, Kenneth Your Favourite Place by Fukunaga Takehiko (1918–1979), pp. 439–466
Mason, R. H. P. Technique in Medieval Japanese Poetry: The Case of Saigyo¯ Ho¯shi’s Poems in Shinkokinshu¯ Books VII, IX and X, pp. 466–475
Matsui, Sakuko Modes of Presentation—A Study of Mishima Yukio’s Modern Noh Play “Yuya”, pp. 476–490
Ahmad, Zahiruddin Yoga¯ca¯ra or Buddhist Idealism (In Appreciation of Wei Tat’s Translation of the Ch’eng Wei Shih Lun), pp. 503–532
Bowman, John Holy Scriptures, Lectionaries and the Qur’a¯n, pp. 533–539
de Iongh, R. C. The Guardians of Land—Sultans, Planters, Farmers and Tobacco Land in East Sumatra, pp. 540–556
Johns, A. H. In Search of the Lost Chord: Adventures in New Literatures, pp. 557–577
Sharma, Arvind In What Sense in Dara¯na Philosophy? pp. 578–584

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15–16:1:1983–84
Davis, A. R. THE ENGLISH POEMS OF YONE NOGUCHI, pp. 7–26
Ahmad, Zahiruddin THE WOMB OF THE TATHAGATA OR BUDDHIST MONISM, pp. 27–44
Eccles, Lance THE QUALITIES OF CLARITY AND BEAUTY IN THE POETRY OF HSIEH T’IAO, pp. 45–59
Hang, Te-chou THE SECRETS OF CH’IN SHIH-HUANG’S UNDERGROUND PALACE, pp. 60–85
Kobayashi, T. CRIMSON LEAVES IN SPRING—A RECORD OF DISASTER: A REVIEW OF LATE EDO INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE, pp. 86–101
Lee, Lily Hsiao Hung LOCAL COLOUR IN TWO OF T’IEN HAN’S EARLY WORKS, pp. 102–116
Lewis, Winston G. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A T’ANG DYNASTY HISTORIAN: LIU CHIH-CHI’S AUTOBIGRAPHICAL POSTFACE TO HIS “STUDY OF HISTORIOGRAPHY”, pp. 117–125
Matsui, Sakuko VIEW OF AN ELDER NOVELIST—A CONSIDERATION OF TANIZAKI JUN’ICHIRO ON SOSEKI’S MEIAN, pp. 126–136
Prince, A. J. THE HUA YEN VISION OF ENLIGHTENMENT, pp. 137–160
Wong, J. Y. CHINESE ATTITUDES TO HONG KONG: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, pp. 161–169
Syrokomla-Stefanowska, A. D. “A COMPANION OF YUAN-MING”: THE PASTORAL POEMS OF FAN CH’ENG-TA, pp. 170–186

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17:1:1985
Clarke, Hugh JAPONESIA, THE BLACK CURRENT AND THE ORIGINS OF THE JAPANESE, pp. 7–20
Lee, Mabel FROM CHUANG-TSU TO NIETZSCHE: ON THE INDIVIDUALISM OF LU HSÜN, pp. 21–38
Morton, Leith A DRAGON RISING: KUSANO SHINPEI’S POETIC VISION OF MT FUJI, pp. 39–63
Mukherjee, S. N. WOMEN’S SPACE AND WOMEN’S LANGUAGE IN THE NOVELS OF BANKIM CHANDRA CHATTERJEE, pp. 64–94
Sharma, Arvind DID THE HINDUS HAVE A NAME FOR THEIR OWN RELIGION, pp. 94–98

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18 & 19:1:1986–87
Cheung, C. Y. LU HSÜN AND NIETZSCHE: INFLUENCE AND AFFINITY AFTER 1927, pp. 3–25
Clarke, Hugh ESTABLISHING THE ORTHODOXY: THE OMOROSO¯SHI AND THE RYUKYUAN COURT, pp. 26–39
Eccles, Lance TONAL PROSODY IN SIX DYNASTIES POETRY, pp. 40–49
Jordens, J. T. F. PILGRIMAGE TO THE SOURCES: DAYA¯NANDA SARASVATI¯ AND THE VEDAS, pp. 50–63
Kobayashi, Hiroko A MODERN TANKA POET: TSUKAMOTO KUNIO AND THE RYO¯JIN HISHO¯ SONGS, pp. 64–81
Lee, Lily Hsiao Hung THE EMERGENCE OF BUDDHIST NUNS IN CHINA AND ITS SOCIAL RAMIFICATIONS, pp. 82–100
Lee, Mabel RETHINKING LITERATURE IN THE POST-MAO PERIOD: LIU ZAIFU ON THE SUBJECTIVITY OF LITERATURE, pp. 101–125
Lim, Chay QILU DENG: A NEWLY CIRCULATED EARLY QING NOVEL, pp. 126–134
Mukherjee, S. N. LANGUAGES OF CALCUTTA: SOCIAL CONTROL OF VERBAL CULTURE, pp. 135–163
Pearson, M. N. THE MUGHALS AND THE HAJJ, pp. 164–179

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20 & 21:1:1988–89
Cheung, Chiu-yee BEYOND EAST AND WEST: LU XÜN’S APPARENT “ICONOCLASM” AND HIS UNDERSTANDING OF THE PROBLEM OF CHINESE TRADITIONAL CULTURE, pp. 1–20
Claremont, Yasuko A TURNING POINT IN NISHIWAKI JUNZABURO¯’S POETIC CAREER, pp. 21–35
Edwards, Louise JIA BAOYU AND ESSENTIAL FEMININE PURITY, pp. 36–47
Hayes, Carol THE INFLUENCE OF A BLACK CAT ON HAGIWARA SAKUTARO¯’S POETIC VISION, pp. 48–69
Henshall, K. G. FROM SEDAN CHAIR TO AEROPLANE: THE MEIJI PERIOD TOKYOITE TRANSPORTED THROUGHT TIME AND PLACE, pp. 70–79
Modini, Paul LOCATIVE VERBS IN URALIC-ALTAIC LANGUAGES, pp. 71–80
Lee, Haewon THE TRANSFORMATION OF LANDSCAPE POETRY: XIE LINGYUN AND BAO ZHAO, pp. 80–101
Mason, R. H. P. ANTHOLOGICAL ARRANGEMENTS: CHRONOLOGICAL, VERBAL, AND THEMATIC SEQUENCES IN THE SHINKOKINSHU¯, PART ONE: BOOKS IX AND X, pp. 102–137
Modini, Paul JAPANESE AS A URALIC-ALTAIC LANGUAGE: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SERIAL VERBS, pp. 138–152
O’Brien, K. P. THE MANDA¯LAS OF THE SUTASOMA KEKAWIN, pp. 153–187
Yorke, Amanda THE ROLE OF THE ARTIST IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA: TRADITIONAL AND MODERN WESTERN ATTITUDES TO ART APPRECIATION, pp. 188–198
Yue, Daiyun NIETZSCHE IN CHINA, pp. 199–219

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22 & 23:1:1990–91
Clark, John REALISM IN REVOLUTIONARY CHINESE PAINTING, pp. 1–30
Hong, Lijian CHINESE DISCUSSIONS OF THE ASIATIC MODE OF PRODUCTION IN THE POST-MAO ERA, pp. 31–56
Lin, Min SEARCH FOR THE “UNKNOWABLE” AND THE QUEST FOR MODERNITY IN CONTEMPORARY CHINESE INTELLECTUAL DISCOURSE: A PHILOSOPHICAL INTERPRETATION OF BEI DAO’S SHORT STORY “13 HAPPINESS STREET”, pp. 57–70
Mukherjee, S. N. POLYGAMY AND GENEALOGY IN THE GUPTA AGE: A NOTE ON FEUDALISM FROM ABOVE IN ANCIENT INDIA, pp. 81–91
O’Brien, K. P. THE MANDA¯LAS OF THE SUTASOME KEKAWIN, PART II, pp. 92–132
Patton, Simon PREMONITION IN POETRY: ELEMENTS OF GU CHENG’S MENGLONG AESTHETIC, pp. 133–145
Rule, Paul WAS CONFUCIUS A TAOIST? pp. 146–155
Taki, Hiromi GRIEF AT THE LOSS OF MY BREASTS: ON THE TANKA OF NAKAJO¯ FUMIKO (1922–1954), pp. 156–169

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24:1:1992
Gàlik, Mariàn MERCHANTS AND MERCAINARIE IN THE TWILIGHT OF CHINA IN THE 1930s, pp. 1–14
Goodman, David S. THE TAIHANG WAY IN REVOLUTIONARY CHINA: DENG XIAOPING, MAO ZEDONG, AND THE POLITICS OF CHANGE, pp. 15–32
Jain, Kajri LOOKING BACK AT THE CALENDAR: “HYBRIDITY” IN INDIAN CALENDAR ART, pp. 33–48
Kumagaya, Hideo QUEST FOR TRUTH: AN INTRODUCTORY STUDY OF YU DAFU’S FICTION, pp. 49–63
Rule, Paul CHINESE RITES: PAST AND PRESENT MISUNDERSTANDINGS, pp. 64–72
Sato, Kaoru “CANIS FAMILIARIS”: A LOOK INTO THE POSSIBILITY OF ASSOCIATING DAZAI’S WRITING WITH RAKUGO, pp. 73–95
Taki, Hiromi ON THE HISTORY OF THE EXTINCTION POLEMIC IN MODERN TANKA POETRY, pp. 96–110
Wang, Nian’en FU, BI, XING: THE STRATIFICATION OF MEANING IN CHINESE THEORIES OF INTERPRETATION, pp. 111–123

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25 & 26:1:1993–94
Gu, Xin THE MARXIST CONCEPT OF TOTALITY AND TWO CHINESE PATHS TO AESTHETIC FREEDOM: LI HOU AND GAO ERTAI, pp. 70–108
Elvin, Mark THE MAN WHO SAW DRAGONS: SCIENCE AND STYLES OF THINKING IN XIE ZHAOZHE’S FIVEFOLD MISCELLANY, pp. 1–41
Chang, Peng-yüan THE TENACITY OF TRADITION: LIANG QICHAO AND GENDER RELATIONS, pp. 42–54
Goodman, David S. G. TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE CHINESE STATE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON REFORM, pp. 55–69
Kobayashi, Hiroko IN SINGING IMAYO¯ ONE SHOULD CONSIDER THE SETTING: A STUDY OF THE USE OF SONGS FROM RYO¯JIN HISHO¯ IN MODERN JAPANESE LITERATURE, pp. 109–127
Kumagaya, Hideo JAPANESE INFLUENCES ON YU DAFU’S LITERARY THINKING, pp. 128–149
Lee, Lily LANGUAGE AND SELF-ESTIMATION: THE CASE OF WEI-JIN WOMEN, pp. 150–164
Louie, Kam MASCULINITY AND PENILE POTENCY: HUANG YOUDE’S “AH YI THE MADMAN AND AH ZHU THE SAINT”, pp. 165–176
Salkin, Sean THE DHAMMA RA¯JA¯ AND HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE SAMANA-BRA¯HMANAS, IN THE DI¯GHA¯-NIKA¯YA, pp. 177–192

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27 & 28:1:1995–96
Mukherjee, S. N. ORIENTALISM AND HISTORY, pp. 1–17
Bi, Xiyan DU FU’S POEM “XI BING MA” IN ITS HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXTS, pp. 18–32
Clark, John LIU GUOSONG’S THE ROAD OF CHINESE MODERN PAINTING, pp. 33–56
Fisher, Carney T. BUBONIC PLAGUE IN MODERN CHINA: AN OVERVIEW, pp. 57–104
Gao, Xingjian WITHOUT ISMS, pp. 105–114
Hanafin, John J. GRAMSCI AND MAO ON THE FUNCTION OF THE INTELLECTUAL IN A REVOLUTIONARY CONTEXT, pp. 115–131
Kennelly, Paul REALISM IN KABUKI: THE GHOST STORIES AT YOTSUYA ON THE TO¯KAIDO¯, pp. 132–145
Tao, Naikan GOING BEYOND: THE POST-MENGLONG POETS, ZHAI YONGMING AND ZHANG ZHEN, pp. 146–164
Wang, Yiyan JIA PINGWA’S FEIDU: ELEGY FOR CHINESE HIGH CULTURE, pp. 165–194
Ye, Xiaoqing UNACCEPTABLE MARRIAGE AND THE QING LEGAL CODE: THE CASE OF YANG YUELOU, pp. 195–212

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29:1:1997
Clarke, David HONG KONG ART AND THE TRANSFER OF SOVEREIGNTY, pp. 1–21
Crozier, Ralph “GOING TO THE WORLD”: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF BILLY HARLEM (LIN LIN), pp. 22–49
Clark, John ART AND MODERNISM IN CHINA, 1900–97: A REVIEW AND DOCUMENTATION, pp. 50–73
Clark, John MODERNITY IN CHINESE ART, 1850s–1990s: SOME CHRONOLOGICAL MATERIALS, pp. 74–169

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30:1:1998
Snodgrass, Adrian LANGUAGE, RULES AND RITUAL: SEMANTICS AND THE INDO-JAPANESE FIRE CEREMONY, pp. 1–25
Cheung, Chiu-yee THE LOVE OF A DECADENT “SUPERMAN”: A RE-READING OF LU XUN’S “REGRET FOR THE PAST”, pp. 26–46
Claremont, Yasuko HIRAIDE TAKASHI (B. 1950) AND THE EMERGENCE OF SANBUNSHI IN CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE POETRY, pp. 47–64
Morton, Leith THE SPIRIT WITHIN: O¯SHIRO TATSUHIRO’S “FUNERARY URN” (1986), pp. 65–77
Svensson, Martin WHAT HAPPENED WHEN MAO HENG READ THE POEMS? A STUDY OF THE EXERCISE OF HERMENEUTIC AUTHORITY IN HAN DYNASTY CHINA, pp. 78–94
Vidovic-Ferderbar, D. HAGIWARA SAKUTARO¯ AND WESTERN LITERATURE, pp. 95–116

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31:1:1999
Bi, Xiyan AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL RESONANCES IN LIU XINWU’S TERRACE OF THE ROOSTING PHOENIX, pp. 1–18
Chey, Jocelyn A MODERN INTELLECTUAL CONTROVERSY: HOW TO ASSESS DAI ZHEN (1724–1777), pp. 19–50
Svensson, Martin WHAT HAPPENED WHEN MAO HENG READ THE POEMS? A STUDY OF THE EXERCISE OF HERMENEUTIC AUTHORITY IN HAN DYNASTY CHINA—ESSAY II, pp. 51–78
Zarrow, Peter REVIEW ARTICLE—SUN YAT-SEN, BY MARIE-CLAIRE BERGÈRE, pp. 79–92

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32–33:1:2000–2001
Fletcher, Roland Seeing Angkor: New Views of an Old City, pp. 1–27
Cui, Zhiying Saving China from Its National Crisis: A Defence of Zhu Guangqian’s Aesthetics, pp. 28–46
Hanafin, John J. Aesthetics in China: The Early Period (1949–82), pp. 47–80
Kobayashi, Hiroko From Fact to Fiction: Muroo Saisei and “Aru sho¯jo no shi made”, pp. 81–96
Zhang, Xuelian Muslim Identity in the Writings of Zhang Chengzhi, pp. 97–116
Zhou, Xiaoyi Beardsley, the Chinese Decadents and Commodity Culture in Shanghai During the 19930s, pp. 117–134
Zhou, Xiaoyi and Q. S. Tong The Problem of the Subject and Literary Modernity: Mao Zedong’s Theory of Art Revisited, pp. 135–157
Tong, Q. S. and Xiaoyi Zhou The Problem of the Subject and Literary Modernity: Mao Zedong’s Theory of Art Revisited, pp. 135–156

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34:1:2002
Jordens, J. T. F. Gandhi’s Non-Violence Revisited, pp. 1–15
Lin, Hsiao-ting National Image, War, and Tripartite Interrelations between the Nationalists, Tibet, and the Warlords in the Early Nationalist Era, pp. 16–45
Claremont, Yasuko Traces of Bakhtin in the Fiction of O¯e Kenzaburo¯, pp. 46–63
Morton, Leith D. Yosano Akiko’s Midaregami (1901), Modernity and Kansai Culture, pp. 64–80
JOSA Contents, Indexes 1960–2001, pp. 81–132

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