ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN STUDIES-MID-ATLANTIC REGION

 

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING, 1984

 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

 

1. Japan: Society and Technology

 

Chairperson: William McPherson, Department of State

 

Leonard Lynn, University of Pittsburgh: Trade Associations and Technology

 

            Walter Arnold, Miami University of Ohio: Uses of Technology by the Japanese State

 

            Midori Rynn, University of Scranton: Cultural Roots of' Japanese Management

 

            William McPherson: Labor and Technology

 

             Discussants: Donald Wheeler, Kean College

 

Martha Caldwell Harris, Office of Technology Assessment

 

 

2. Korean Development: The Model and the Myth

 

Chairperson: Ellen Salem, Chemical Bank

 

Discussants: John T. Bennett, Korean Economic Institute in America

 

Gregory Henderson, Tufts University

 

Laurence B. Krause, Brookings Institution

 

David I. Steinberg, Agency for International Development

 

3. Asia in American Policy After the 1984 Presidential Elections

 

Chairperson: Ronald Morse, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

 

Discussants: Lynn White, Princeton University

 

Astri Suhrke, American University

 

Koo Young Nok, Seoul National University and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

 

William Brooks, Department of State

 

 

 

 

4. Pakistan in World Politics During the 1980s

 

Chairperson: Sulayman S. Nyang, Howard Universitv

 

Sulayman S. Nyang: Pakistan and the African States

 

Tahir Amin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Pakistan and the Superpowers in the 1980s

 

Mujahid Hussain, Embassy of Pakistan: Indo-Pakistan Relations in the 1980s

 

Imtiaz Bokhari, Institute of Strategic Studies (Islamabad): Pakistan and West Asia

 

5. The Urban Phenomenon in Early Southeast Asia

 

Chairperson: Michael Aung Thwin, Elmira College

 

Discussants: William McDonald, Columbia Universitv

 

Quan Nguyen, Columbia University

 

Richard O'Connor, University of the South

 

            Michael Aung Thwin, Elmira College

 

            Gregory L. Possehl, University of Pennsylvania

 

6. What is the Future of ASEAN?

 

            Chairperson: Robert Rau, U.S. Naval Academy

 

Discussants: Mahlon Henderson, Department of State

 

Nayan Chanda, Far Eastern Economic Review

 

Kishore Mahbubani, Embassy of Singapore

 

Wayne Bert, B. K. Dynamics

 

Thomas L. Wilborn, Army War College

 

Hans H. Indorf, National Defense University

 

7. Literature and Politics: Martyrs and Other Heroes in Chinese Literature

 

            Chairperson: Carolyn T. Brown, Howard University

 

Stuart Sargent, University of Maryland, College Park: Poetrv and Politics in the Late North Sung: A Chronological Reading

 

David Burgess, George Washington University: Tragedy and Loyalty: The Poetry of Wen Tian xiang

 

Carolyn T. Brown, Howard University: The Martyr as Hero: Lu Hsun and his 'Medicine'

 

            Discussant: Jonathan Chaves,  George Washington University

 

8. China Missions: An Analysis

 

Chairperson: Frank R. Podgorski, Seton Hall University

 

Laurence Murphy, Seton Hall University: Maryknoll in China: A Case Study

 

Jessie Lutz, Rutgers University: Protestant Christian Education in China: An Evaluation

 

Louis K. Ha, Diocese of Hong Kong: The Future of 'Mission in Hong Kong

 

Donald MacInnis, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers History Research Project: The Future of Missions in China

             

9. The Value of Study/Travel in Asian Studies

 

Chairperson: Patricia Dooley, Academic Travel Abroad

 

             Robert Sutter, Congressional Research Service: Study/Travel in Asia: The Academic Component

 

Patricia Dooley, Academic Travel Abroad: Designing Programs for the Continuing Education and Undergraduate Student

 

William Jack Miller, Abington Senior High School: Study/Travel and School Curriculum

 

Sidney Greenblatt, Asia Pacific Consultants: Study/Travel in China: A Sociologist's View of the CIEE Fudan Program

 

10. Korea and the Major Powers: Implications for International Relations

 

             Chairperson: Parris Chang, Pennsylvania State University

 

Richard Bush, House Foreign Affairs Committee: U.S. Interest in the Korean Peninsula

 

Thomas W. Robinson, Georgetown University: Korea and the Major Powers

 

In Ho Li, DPRK Observer Mission to the U.N.: Pyongyang's View of the Korean Problem

 

Chong Sik Lee, University of Pennsylvania: The Politics of' Korean Unification

 

Victor Trifanov, USSR Embassy: Moscow's Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula

 

Ding Xinghao, Shanghai Institute of International Studies: China's Policy Toward the Korean Peninsula

 

11. Some Issues in the Mainstreaming of Asian Immigrants to the United States

 

             Chairperson: Bala Subramaniam, Morgan State University

 

Dinkar Raval, Morgan State University: Strategies for East Indian Businessmen Entering the Economic Mainstream

 

Bala Subramaniam, Morgan State University: Issues and Problems Faced by East Indian Businessmen in Mainstreaming

 

Bina Raval, Towson State University: Psychological Implications of 'Mainstreaming  for East Asian Families

 

Discussant: Daniel Spencer, Morgan State University

 

12. Japanese Politics in the Nakasone Area

 

             Chairperson: John Endicott, National Defense University

 

Discussants: Theodore McNelly, University of Maryland, College Park

 

John Endicott, National Defense University

 

Nathanial B. Thayer, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

 

Susan J. Pharr, Harvard University

 

13. Social Movements in Twentieth Century China

 

             Chairperson: I-Fan Ch'eng, Howard University

 

Virginia E. Reynolds, Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Chinese Social Movements, 1895-1927

 

Jung-fang Tsai, The College of Charleston: The Anti-Japanese Boycott and Riot in Hong Kong, 1908

 

J. Kenneth Olenik, Montclair State College: The All-China Peasant Association and the CCP Strategy for Political Integration During the Period of the First United Front, 1923-1927

 

Sha Shung-Tse, University of the District of Columbia: The Chinese Catholic Church and the Sino-Japanese War

 

Ann C. Bailey, George Mason University: Deng Yingchao: Persoifying the Union of Revolution, Socialism, and Patriarchy

 

Discussant: Oderic Wou, Rutgers University, Newark

 

14. Topics in Comparative Poetics

 

             Chairperson: Dore J. Levy, Brown University

 

Dore J. Levy, Brown University: The Principal of Fu ("Enumeration") and the Development of Narrative Sequence in Chinese Poetry

 

Meera Viswanathan, Brown University: Hinting at Meaning: Martin Heidegger's Japanese Dialogues

 

K’ang-I Chang, Yale University: The Problem of Expression and Description in Six Dynasties' Poetry

 

Roselee Bundy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville: The Poetics of Fujiwara Shunzei, 1114-1204

 

Discussant: Earl Miner, Princeton University

 

15. Editing and Reporting Southeast Asia

 

             Chairperson: Jeremy Marks, Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly

 

Discussants: Jeremy Marks, Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly

 

Robert Shaplan, The New Yorker

 

Fred Moritz, Christian Science Monitor

 

Nayan Chanda, Far Eastern Economic Review

 

16. Pakistan: Nation and State-Building

 

             Chairperson: Feroz Ahmed, University of Karachi

 

             Feroz Ahmed, University of Karachi: The National Question in Sindh

 

             Aftab A. Kazi, University of Sindh: Ethnicity and State-Building in Pakistan

 

            Rashid Ahmed, University of the District of Columbia: Ideology and Crisis of Identity in Pakistan

 

Manzoor Hussain, Howard University: Punjab and Pakistani Nationalism

 

17. "China Connections" Workshop

 

             Organizer and Instructor: Marie B. Kalat, Community Learning Connections

 

             Agenda: Viewing and Discussing

 

An American Family in China, Video Documentary

 

Simulation of How to Teach China Connections Using Resources

 

Sharing of Resources and Updated Materials

 

Questions and Answers

 

18. Learning from Asians in America

 

             Chairperson: Eric Luce, Abington Senior High School

 

Eric Luce, Abington Senior High School: Learning from the Hmong Community in Philadelphia

 

             Jennifer Farkas, Ohio State University: How Japanese Students Experience American Education: A Case Study of 'the Honda Employees Children in Marysville, Ohio

 

Discussant: Loren Fessler, Voice of America

 

19. Anthropologists Outside of Villages: Recent Fieldwork in Korea and Japan

 

             Chairperson: Laurel Kendall, American Museum of Natural History

 

Theodore C. Bestor, Social Science Research Council: Land and Households: Intra-Urban Mobilitv and Social Continuity in Tokyo

 

Linda Lewis, New York City, Department of Juvenile Justice: The Korean Judge as Mediator: Compromise in the Course of Civil Litigation

 

Stephen Smith, Columbia University: On the Wagon in Japan: A Cross-Cultural Look at Non-Professional Treatment of Alcohol

 

Laurel Kendall, American Museum of Natural History: Cold Wombs in Balmy Honolulu: Ethnogynecology among Korean Immigrants

 

Discussant: Robert J. Smith, Cornell University

 

20. Perspectives on China's Four Modernizations

 

              Chairperson: Ka-che Yip, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 

 Frederick W. Crook, U.S. Department of Agriculture: Agriculture

 

Albert Keidel, Rock Creek Research: Industry

 

Amy Auerbacher Wilson, Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People's Republic of China: Science and Technology

 

Thomas W. Robinson, Georgetown University: Defense

 

Discussant: Gilbert Chan, Miami University

 

21. Levels of Culture in T'ang Literature

 

             Chairperson: Eva Shan Chou, New York University

 

             Victor Mair, University of Pennsylvania: The Maudgalyayana Legend in China: Folk, Popular, and Elite Versions

 

             Marsha Wagner, The China Institute: Courtesan Culture in Early Tz'u Poetry

 

             Eva Shan Chou, New York University: Simple Language in the Poetry of Tu Fu

 

Discussant: T'ang Hai-t'ao, Princeton University

 

22. Crisis and Development in the Philippines, 1983-1985

 

Chairperson: Theodore Friend, Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships

 

Discussants: Ed Lachia, The Wall Street Journal

 

John Maisto, Department of State

 

Raul Manglapus, Center for Development Policy

 

Marjorie Niehaus, Congressional Research Service

 

David A. Rosenberg, Middlebury College

 

23. India's Relations with the Major International Powers

 

Chairperson: Robert E Goheen, (formerly) U.S. Ambassador to India

 

Jagat S. Mehta, University of Texas, Austin: The Downs and Ups in India-China Relations: The Present Phase

 

Thomas P. Thornton, School of Advanced International Studies: American Interests in India under Carter and Reagan

 

Sumit Ganguly, Columbia University: Indo-Soviet Relations After Afghanistan

 

 

 

Dennis Kux, Department of State: 1971 Revisited: India and the Soviet Union; China and the United States

 

Discussant: Leo Rose, University of California, Berkeley, and Department of State

 

24. Individual Papers

 

Chairperson: Katie Carlitz, University of Pittsburgh

 

Geoffrey Burkhart, American University: Conversion and Minority Identity: A South Indian Lutheran Church

 

Joan Roland, Pace University: Zionism in India, 1917-1948

 

Brian Smith, Barnard College: The Sacrificial Journal to Heaven: Some Remarks on Vedic Ritualism

 

             Katherine de Dory Smith, ASEAN-U.S. Information Center: ASEAN and the Pacific Community: Problems and Prospects

 

Sarbjit Johal, University of California, Santa Barbara: America's Reading of Pakistan: Similarities and Differences from the 1950s

 

25. The 1985 Pennsylvania Governor's School for International Studies: A Report on the Successes and Problems of an Innovative High School Program

 

             Discussants: Diana Wood, Shady Side Academy and Governor's School for International Studies

 

             Kathleen White, University of Pittsburgh and Governor's School for International Studies

 

             How Much Japanese Can High School Students Learn Five Weeks? Overview of the Language Component, Results of Students’ Evaluations, Videotape on Classroom Instruction in Japanese

 

Creating Cross-Cultural Sensitivity, Techniques for Bringing High School Students Together with Foreign Visitors, Videotape and Slides of Activities Promoting Cross-Cultural Understanding

 

26. Women and Development in Asia

           

Chairperson: Helen L. Chiu, Pennsylvania State University, Ogontz

 

Amara Bachu, Bureau of the Census: Women and Fertility in India: A Historical Perspective and Development in South Asia

 

S.N. Leela, Millersville University: Women and Development in South Asia

 

Helen L. Chiu, Pennsylvania State University, Ogontz: Women and Politics  in Thailand: The 1979 and 1983 Elections

 

            The Role of Women in the People's Republic of China (name not given)

                       

            Discussant: Jane Phillips, Howard University

 

27. Industrial Policy in Japan

 

            Chairperson: Edward Lincoln, Brookings Institution

 

Youn-sik Kim, Kean College: Social Factors in Japanese Industrial Policy

 

Edward Lincoln, The Brookings Institution: An Overview of Japan's Industrial Policies

 

             Frances McCall, Columbia University: Industrial Policy in a Changing Financial Structure

 

             Panos Mourdou-koutas and Soong Sohgn, Clarion University: Automation and Life Employment in Japan: Problems and Prospects

 

Discussant: Kent Calder, Princeton University

 

28. South China in Pre-Han Times

 

            Chairperson: Barry Blakely, Seton Hall University

 

             Barry Blakely, Seton Hall University, Local Administration in Eastern Chou

 

Heather Peters, University of Pennsylvania: Pearls and Gold – Chu Trade and Relations with the South

 

            Discussant: John Major, Dartmouth College

 

29. China and Taiwan: Comparisons and Contrasts

 

Chairperson: James C. Hsiung New York University

 

Frank Tinari, Seton Hall University: China's Modernization Program: Current Problems and Future Prospects

 

Chi-ming Hou, Colgate University and Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (Taipei): Taiwan's Economic Development: Recent Achievements and Current Strategy

 

Li Shenshi, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing): China's Foreign Policy: U.S.A., U.S.S.R., and the Third World

 

John Copper, Heritage Foundation and Southwestern University: Taiwan's Diplomatic Strategy for the 1980s

 

Kan Nianyi, Institute of Contemporary International Relations (Beijing): China's Reunification Policy and Strategy: Current Problems and Future Prospects

 

Richard Chu, Rochester Institute of Technology: Taiwan's Prospects in Chinese Historical Perspectives

 

Discussants: Winston L.Y. Yang,  Seton Hall University

 

Winberg Chai. University of South Dakota

 

Hung-mao Tien, University of Wisconsin

 

30. Some Implications of Leadership Succession in Burma

 

             Chairperson: Josef Silverstein, Rutgers University

 

             Discussants: David Steinberg. Agency for International Development

 

Maung Maung Gyi, Bates College

 

31. Regionalism, Factionalism, and Communalism in South Asia: Threats to Democracy

 

             Chairperson: Mohammad I. Khan, Clarion University

 

Theodore Wright, State University of New York, Albany: Factionalism in Sindh

 

Steven Kemper, Bates College: Factionalism and Communalism in Sri Lanka

 

Syedur Rahman, Pennsylvania State University: Factionalism in Bangladesh: Implications for Development

 

Mohammad I. Khan, Clarion University: Growing Communalism and Factional Regionalism in India: Is Indian Democracy Threatened?

 

Gurcharan Singh: The Dynamics of National Minorities in South Asia

 

Discussants: Mary Katzenstein, Cornell University                                

 

Donald E. Smith, University of Pennsylvania

 

Harry Blair, Buckmell University

 

32. Coverage of Asian News in U.S. Mass Media

 

             Chairperson: Frederic Moritz, Pennsylvania State University

 

Discussants: Warren Hoge, The New York Times

 

Robert Oxnam, The Asia Society

 

Larry Heinzerlink, Associated Press

 

Robert Shaplan, The New Yorker

 

Frederic Moritz, (formerly), The Christian Science Monitor

 

William Watts, Potomac Associates

 

33. Resources for the Study of American Investment in East Asia and Traditional Medicine in China: Archival and Library Holdings in the Mid-Atlantic States Region

 

             Frank Joseph Shulman, University of Maryland, College Park

 

Martha L. Crawley, Naval Historical Center: Selected Resources in the Naval Historical Center on the Asiatic Squadron and the Asiatic Fleet in East Asia, 1865-1942

 

Bernard R. Crystal, Columbia University: The Eugene Epperson Barnett Papers in the Columbia University Libraries: A Record of Thirty Years of Christian Service in China Before World War II

 

Chiyano Sata, Catholic University of America: Labor Developments in Japan During the Late 1940s and Early 1950s: The Papers of Richard L.G. Deverall at the Catholic University of' America Archives

 

Frank Joseph Shulman, University of Maryland, College Park: The Asian Studies Newsletter Archives: An Overview with Particular Attention to Newsletters Published Within the Mid-Atlantic States Region

 

                          Mi Chu Wiens, Library of Congress: Chinese Works on Materia Medica in the Library of Congress

 

             Charmian Cheng, Princeton University: The Rare Book Collection on Chinese Medicine in the Gest Oriental Library at Princeton University

 

34. Periodization in East Asian History

 

Chairperson: Frank Kierman, Rider College

 

F. W. Mote, Princeton University: Periodization in the Cambridge History of China

 

Martin Colcutt, Princeton University: Periodization in the Cambridge History of Japan

 

Discussants: James T.C. Liu, Princeton University

 

Willard Peterson, Princeton Universitv

 

James Polacheck, Princeton University

 

35. Current East Asian Language Teaching Trends

 

Chairperson: John Young, Seton Hall University

 

Gilbert Roy, University of Virginia: Approaches in Chinese Language Teaching

 

             Benjamin N. Park, Foreign Service Institute: Foreign Service Institute Field Programs and Language Proficiency Testing in Japan and Korea

 

             John Young, Seton Hall University: Videotapes and Non-Verbal Expressions in Teaching Japanese Language

 

36. The Real and Imagined Worlds in Ming and Ching Literature

 

             Chairperson: Sharon Shih-jiuan Hou, Pomona College

 

             Sharon Shih-jiuan Hou, Pomona College: Allegory: Thee Representation of' Realities in Chinese Tz'u-Poetrv

 

James Parish Yang, Colby College: Mythic and Mimetic Threads: Chih-yen chai Commentary as a Guide to the Dream of the Red Chamber's Narrative Structure

 

Chih-p’ing Chou, Princeton University: The Didactic Application of' Fiction to Life in the Critical Theories of Late Ming Literature

 

            Discussant: William H. Nienhauser, Jr., University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

37. The Crisis in Indochina

 

            Chairperson: William Duiker, Pennsylvania State University

 

            Discussants: Nayan Chanda, Far Easter Economic Review

 

King Chen, Rutgers University

 

            Gareth Porter, City University of New York

 

             Sean Randolph, Department of State

 

38. Developments in Sri Lanka

           

             Chairperson: Kenneth E. Corey, University of Maryland

 

             Leslie Panditharatna, University of Peradeniya: Role of- Urbanization in the Development Process in Sri Lanka

 

Paul Groves, University of Maryland: Inter-regional Migration and Urbanization

 

Rita Schneider-Silwa, University of Maryland: Agricultural Extension for the Progressive or Marginal Farmer? The T & V System in Sri Lanka

 

Kenneth E. Corey, University of Maryland: Deconcentrated Urbanization in Sri Lanka: A Case Study of Policy Serendipity

 

39. The 'Spiritual Pollution' Campaign and its Sequelae in China

 

             Chairperson: Harold C. Hinton, George Washington University

 

Joseph Fewsmith, Foreign Broadcast Information Service: Origins and Political Meaning of' the Spiritual Pollution Campaign

 

Parris Chang, Pennsylvania State University: Chinese Domestic Politics in 1984

 

Steven I. Levine, American University: Contemporarv Chinese Politics in the Context of Post-1949 Chinese Political Historv

 

Discussant: Carol Hamrin, Department of State