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1.

Senior Visiting and Post-doctoral Fellowships

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2.

Former BBC correspondent Philip Short speaks on his new biography of Pol Pot

 41481

 27

 14187

3.

The Future of the Greater China Economy

 37599

 21

 11132

4.

Memoirs of an Atomic Bomb Survivor: Shigeko Sasamori

 38179

 21

 12587

5.

Filipino Film Festival at UCLA a Big Success

 40479

 19

 16135

6.

"I Was One of the Lucky Ones. I Lost Nothing."

 28457

 18

 12886

7.

Refugee Babies: The Lasting Effects of Tsunami Aid in Sri Lanka

 36666

 17

 12828

8.

Last Professional Performer in the United States Demonstrates Vietnamese Classical Opera

 20651

 15

 7326

9.

Lotus Steps 2005 -- UCLA's Chinese Cultural Dance Club

 35326

 15

 11589

10.

Political Hinduism Goes Beyond Politics

 27095

 14

 10474

11.

Hajj Histories: Stories from Southeast Asian Pilgrims

 38267

 14

 12564

12.

Women's Political Role on Rise in Philippines

 38249

 13

 12852

13.

Filipino/Tagalog, A Language of the Philippines, Expands at UCLA

 29683

 12

 11662

14.

Courses

 12804

 12

 14548

15.

Godzilla and Postwar Japan

 39452

 12

 11806

16.

Philippines Without Borders

 29790

 11

 10335

17.

The Missing Histories of the Hmong

 37041

 10

 10058

18.

New Life for Indian Music at UCLA

 38055

 10

 12194

19.

Fighting HIV in the Golden Triangle

 50222

 10

 19804

20.

Information on Korean Buddhism

 19025

 8

 19946

21.

UCLA Fights HIV/AIDS in Asia

 35467

 8

 17909

22.

UCLA Language Materials Project

 12886

 8

 6384

23.

UCB-UCLA Consortium National Resource Center for Southeast Asia

 17132

 8

 3494

24.

The Diversity in Indian Islam

 30014

 7

 8265

25.

UCLA Historian Publishes Biography of Gandhi

 19887

 7

 7526

26.

Hong Kong and Political Change in China: Let the Small Teach the Big

 21697

 6

 7271

27.

Mao and Markets -- Business the Chinese Way

 23493

 6

 7240

28.

Mantle Hood, 87, dies

 24604

 6

 7284

29.

Augusto Espiritu launches new book Five Faces of Exile at UCLA

 22422

 6

 8419

30.

Islam in China -- a workshop for teachers

 29140

 6

 8383

31.

UCLA Club Reaches Out to Families with Children from China

 27185

 6

 9832

32.

Breaking the Mold

 27964

 5

 8855

33.

Vietnamese Diaspora on Film

 25681

 5

 9147

34.

A Look at Korean American Buddhism, Gender, and Identity

 22111

 5

 17791

35.

Doctor races against time to save quake victims

 24730

 5

 9943

36.

Empires Good And Evil

 28587

 4

 8151

37.

About the Performers in A Celebration of Music and Dance from South and Southeast Asia—A Benefit to Support Tsunami Relief Efforts, to be held on February 9th at 7:00 p.m. (UCLA Ackerman Union's Grand Ballroom)

 21593

 4

 10008

38.

Links of Interest to Resources for Buddhist Studies

 4943

 4

 3641

39.

Philippines Study Abroad Program in Jeopardy

 33849

 4

 12646

40.

Making Up for Minamata

 32568

 4

 8570

41.

Buddhist Studies at Top of its Class

 23683

 3

 16690

42.

Tsunami -- Understanding and Helping

 25296

 3

 8849

43.

UCLA Holds Briefing on Indian Ocean Tsunami

 40688

 3

 14912

44.

UCLA's Yunxiang Yan receives Association for Asian Studies China Book Prize

 27484

 3

 9538

45.

UCLA Hmong Students "Giving Voice to Hmong American Experiences"

 26568

 3

 7351

46.

Museums in the Colony

 23134

 3

 9645

47.

Korea Social Scientist Position - UCLA

 2618

 3

 1947

48.

Visitor Information

 3826

 3

 789

49.

Vietnamese-American Dreams

 24965

 3

 8490

50.

UCLA Graduates Its Third Class of Southeast Asian Studies Majors

 32458

 2

 16995

51.

UCLA at the 2005 Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting

 21255

 2

 8603

52.

Tsunami Still Taking Toll: Indonesian Military Combines Relief with Executing Rebels, while Sri Lankan Fishermen Face Loss of Livelihood

 27784

 2

 8232

53.

Beginning to Remember: The Past in the Indonesian Present

 17057

 2

 6337

54.

Aid Available for Students in the US from Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia

 24265

 2

 7267

55.

The Aftermath of the Tsunami

 25486

 2

 10121

56.

Earthquake Update -- Relief Efforts

 9680

 2

 2792

57.

Japan and the Emancipator

 20907

 2

 6442

58.

Institute brings East Asia to K-12 teachers

 19869

 2

 8172

59.

UCLA Asian Studies Faculty in the News -- December 2005

 17687

 2

 6770

60.

Want to Experience Korea in Seven Days?

 3453

 1

 2204

61.

UCLA Political Science 169 - Modern Korean Politics

 2834

 1

 1640

62.

Damon Woods

 7051

 1

 5240

63.

Going Forth: Visions of Buddhist Vinaya

 9520

 1

 11140

64.

Encyclopedia of Buddhism

 34240

 1

 23528

65.

The Formation of Medieval Japanese Towns and the Rise of Kamakura New Buddhism

 4310

 1

 3838

66.

The Cosmology of Buddhas and Kami in medieval Japan: A reconsideration of kami-Buddhist amalgamation paradigm

 2908

 1

 2083

67.

Gandhi Prevails Over Bombs

 18882

 1

 6715

68.

Indian Economic & Social History Review

 6224

 1

 3941

69.

Remembering Nurcholish Madjid

 21348

 1

 7410

70.

Dual Citizenship: The Two Sides of Thomas Rimer

 28398

 1

 7501

71.

'Ugly Ducklings' Kick Off Lecture Series

 23059

 1

 8051

72.

A Look at Community and Ritual in Medieval Taoism

 17340

 1

 13385

73.

Transculturation and National Signifiers: "Japan" In, After, and Via Diaspora and Return

 5566

 1

 1058

74.

Cross Currents: Navigating a Pluralistic World

 1308

 1

 996

75.

Unforced Devotions

 22055

 1

 7046

76.

A Look at Buddhism and Modernity in Korea

 17765

 1

 12941

77.

California State University, Fullerton - Professor of Asian History

 1662

 

 787

78.

Problems in the Reestablishment of Orders of Nuns in Theravada Buddhism

 2520

 

 2324

79.

The Roof Tiles of Fujiwarakyo Yakushiji

 2582

 

 2311

80.

A New Paradigm for Understanding Japanese Buddhism

 2708

 

 2297

81.

Japanese Tendai Interpretations of the Environment

 2216

 

 2123

82.

Ahmanson-Getty Postdoctoral Resident Fellowships

 10805

 

 7702

83.

A Reference Guide to Buddhist Studies

 11749

 

 13571

84.

On the Allure of Green: Landscape in Buddhist Practice from Dunhuang to Kyoto

 2803

 

 2553

85.

Is There Still Buddhism Outside Japan?: "Three Countries" in the Thought of Eisai and Nichiren

 2674

 

 2414

86.

Literary and Social Differences Between the Arhat and the Bodhisattva

 3889

 

 3523

87.

Japanese Buddhism in the Formation of Tokugawa Authority

 2488

 

 2015

88.

Relics of Misunderstanding? Chinese Sheli and Indic Sarira in the Mahaparinirvana-sutra and Elsewhere

 2677

 

 2298

89.

What Manner of Monk is This: The Buddhist Bhiksu's Obligation to Support his Parents in Early and Medieval India

 2530

 

 2082

90.

"Indianism" and the Construction of Pan-Asian Buddhism in Pre-War Japan

 2682

 

 2757

91.

Coming Down the Mountain: Gods and Buddhas at Hie Shrine

 2445

 

 2143

92.

How Important was Buddhism in Early Southeast Asia?

 3755

 

 3308

93.

Dividing Bones for the Common Dead: The Role of Buddhism in the Formation of Japan's Civil Society

 2665

 

 2242

94.

California State Polytechnic University, Pomona - Professor of East Asian History

 1394

 

 647

95.

UCLA History Department - Professor of Modern Japanese History

 2284

 

 913

96.

How to Support Buddhist Studies at UCLA

 21457

 

 225

97.

About the Center

 22896

 

 228

98.

Currents and Countercurrents: Korean Influences on the East Asian Buddhist Traditions

 9062

 

 11163

99.

Japan's Economy Steamrolls Back

 15347

 

 5353

100.

Fall 2005 UCLA South Asia Courses

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