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Southeast Review of Asian Studies 2005


      Scholarly Notes

  • Japanís 2002 Educational Reforms:  The American Experiment

  • A Visit to the Centre for Indian Literature in English and Translation

  • China: Astonishing but Troubled Rising Star

  • Neo-Leftist Theory, Neo-Liberalist Theory and Neo-Authoritarian Theory: A Debate in the National Social Science Academy of China

      Book Reviews

  • Gerald Horne. Race War! White Supremacy and the Japanese Attack on the British Empire

  • Kien Nguyen, The Unwanted: A Memoir

  • Karl Meyer,  The Dust of Empire: The Race for Mastery in the Asian Heartland

  • Sharankumar Limbale, The Outcaste Akkarmashi

  • Edward Leroy Long, Jr. Facing Terrorism: Responding as Christians

  • Anchee Min, Empress Orchid: A Novel

  • Susan L. Burns, Before the Nation: Kokugaku and the Imagining of Community in Early Modern Japan

  • Sunil Khilnani, The Idea of India

  • Annie R. Wang:  Lili: A Novel of Tiananmen

  • Wu Naing Oo,  Hidden Records of Atrocities in Burmaís Prisons

  • Susumu Shimazono, From Salvation to Spirituality: Popular Religious Movements in Modern Japan

  • Wu Naing Oo.  Hidden Records of Atrocities in Burmaís Prisons

  • Robert Whiting, The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of our National Pastime

  • Akira Yoshimura, One Manís Justice