BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS BY DR. JOHN A. LENT

(Last update November, 2008)

 

BOOKS:

1966

Philippine Mass Communications Bibliography. Dumaguete City, Philippines: Silliman University Press, 1966. 110 pp.

Newhouse, Newspapers, Nuisances. New York: Exposition Press, 1966. 244 pp.

1971

The Asian Newspapers' Reluctant Revolution. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1971. 373 pp.

Philippine Mass Communications: Before 1811, After 1966. Manila: Philippine Press Institute, 1971 and 1972. 179 pp.

1972

The Asian Newspapers' Reluctant Revolution. Tokyo: Azuma Shuppan, 1972. 390 pp. Japanese.

1975

Asian Mass Communications: A Comprehensive Bibliography. Philadelphia: Temple University, School of Communications & Theater, 1975. 708 pp.

1977

Third World Mass Media and Their Search for Modernity: The Case of Commonwealth Caribbean 1717-1976. Lewisburg (PA) and London: Bucknell University Press and Associated University Presses, 1977. 405 pp.

1978

Asian Mass Communications: A Comprehensive Bibliography. 1977 Supplement. Philadelphia: Temple University, School of Communications & Theater, 1978. 619 pp.

Broadcasting in Asia and the Pacific. A Continental Survey of Radio and Television. Philadelphia and Hong Kong: Temple University Press and Heinemann Educational Books, 1978. 429 pp. Hardcover and paperback.


1982

Newspapers in Asia: Contemporary Trends and Problems. Hong Kong: Heinemann Educational Books, 1982. 597 pp.

1987

Global Guide to Media and Communications. Munich: K. G. Saur for George Kurian Reference Books, 1987. 145 pp.

1989

Videocassettes in the Third World. (With Douglas Boyd and Joseph Straubhaar). New York: Longman, 1989. 292 pp.

1990

The Asian Film Industry. London: Christopher Helm, 1990. 310 pp.

The Asian Film Industry. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990. 310 pp. Clothbound and paperback.

Caribbean Popular Culture. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1990. 157 pp. Clothbound and paperback.

Mass Communications in the Caribbean. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1990. 416 pp.

1991

Women and Mass Communications: An International Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991. 481 pp.

Transnational Communications: Wiring the Third World. (With Gerald Sussman). Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1991. 327 pp.

1992

Bibliography of Cuban Mass Communications. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1992. 357 pp.

Bibliographic Guide to Caribbean Mass Communication. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1992. 301 pp.

 

1994

Cartoonometer: Taking the Pulse of the World's Cartoonists. (With Joe Szabo). North Wales, PA: WittyWorld Books, 1994. 124 pp.

Animation, Caricature, and Gag and Political Cartoons in the United States and Canada: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. 417 pp.

Comic Books and Comic Strips in the United States: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. 597 pp.

Comic Art of Europe: An International Comprehensive Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. 663 pp.

1995

Asian Popular Culture. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1995. 232 pp. Clothbound and paperback.

A Different Road Taken: Profiles in Critical Communication. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995. 319 pp. Clothbound and paperback.

1996

Comic Art in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America: A Comprehensive International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996. 518 pp.

1998

Global Productions: Labor in the Making of the "Information Society." (With Gerald Sussman). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1998. 317 pp.

1999

Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning: Cute, Cheap, Mad and Sexy. Bowling Green, OH: Popular Press, 1999. 212 pp. Clothbound and paperback.

Pulp Demons: International Dimensions of the Postwar Anti-Comics Campaign. Madison, NJ and London: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Associated University Presses, 1999. 306 pp.

Women and Mass Communications in the 1990's: An International Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1999. 510 pp.

 

2001

Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Sydney and London: John Libbey & Co., 2001. 270 pp.

Illustrating Asia: Comics, Humor Magazines, and Picture Books. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, and Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press, 2001. 249 pp.

2003

Comic Art of Europe Through 2000: An International Bibliography, Volume 1. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. 570 pp.

Comic Art of Europe Through 2000: An International Bibliography, Volume 2. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. 519 pp.

2004

Comic Art in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Latin America Through 2000: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004. 699 pp.

2005

Comic Art of the United States Through 2000, Animation and Cartoons: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2005. 604 pp.

Cartooning in Latin America. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2005. 388pp.

2006

100 Years of Chinese Cinema: A Generational Dialogue. Norwalk, CT: EastBridge, 2006. 274pp. (With Haili Kong).

Cartoonists, Works, and Characters in the United States Through 2005: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006. 558 pp.

Comic Books and Comic Strips in the United States Through 2005: An International Bibliography. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006. 345 pp.

Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Beijing: Communication University of China Press, 2006. 314 pp. (Chinese; Zhang Huilin, translator).


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CHAPTERS IN BOOKS EDITED BY JOHN A. LENT:

1965

"The Japanese Press and Its Relationships with Politics," pp. 17-24; "The Monopolys Player," pp. 39-44; "The History of Philippine Mass Communications," pp. 68-95; "Introduction," p. ii, all in Readings on the Foreign Press.

1971

"Preface," pp. xv-xix; "East Asia," pp. 27-29; "Australia and Southeast Asia," pp. 115-117; "The Philippines," pp. 191-209; "South Asia," pp. 255-257, all in The Asian Newspapers' Reluctant Revolution.

1972

"The Philippines," pp. 192-220, in The Asian Newspapers' Reluctant Revolution. Japanese edition.

1976

"Preface," pp. i-iii; "Malaysia and Singapore: Media for National Development or for the Development of National Leaders?" pp. 66-82, in Guided Press in Southeast Asia: National Development Vs. Freedom of Expression.

1977

"Introduction," pp. vii-x; "The Mass Media in Malaysia," pp. 32-42, in Cultural Pluralism in Malaysia: Polity, Military, Mass Media, Education, Religion and Social Class.

1978

"Preface," pp. xiii-xx; "Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea)," pp.55-60; "Southeast Asia," pp. 92-93; "East Asia," p. 11; "Indonesia," pp. 163-176; "The Philippines," pp. 176-187; "South Asia," pp. 196-197; "Nepal," pp. 252-260; "Oceania," p. 273; "Specialized Program Services," pp. 317-318; "International, Regional and National Assistance/Cooperation," p. 357, all in Broadcasting in Asia and the Pacific.

1979

"Introduction," pp. v-ix; "Mass Communications," pp. 171-215, in Malaysian Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends.

"Preface," pp. v-viii; "Mass Communications in the Third World: Some Ethical Considerations," pp. 1-16, in "Third World Mass Media: Issues, Theory and Research," Studies in Third World Societies. September 1979.

"Preface," pp. ii-iii; "The Evolution of Development Communications: A Brief History," pp. 21-29, in The Use of Development News. Case Studies of India, Malaysia, Ghana, and Thailand.

"Preface," pp. v-vi, in "Case Studies of Mass Media in the Third World," Studies in Third World Societies. December 1979.

1982

"Preface and Acknowledgements," pp. xix-xxiii; "Asian Newspapers: Non-Political Trends," pp. 2-18; "Freedom of the Press in East Asia," pp. 19-30; "The Press Since Mao," pp. 50-53; "Taiwan: Recent Press Activity," pp. 76-77; "Hong Kong: Recent Developments," pp. 91-94; "Changes in the Japanese Press," pp. 122-125; "Democratic People's Republic of Korea," pp. 126-129; "Korea: Recent Events," pp. 147-149; "Macao," pp. 150-152; "Mongolia: Additional Information," pp. 157-159; "Freedom of the Press in Southeast Asia," pp. 161-176; "Burma: An Update," pp. 190-192; "Indonesia: Additional Information," pp. 216-218; "Kampuchea: Since 1974," pp. 237-239; "Laos," pp. 240-251; "Malaysia," pp. 252-266; "Philippines," pp. 267-280; "Singapore," pp. 281-301; "Thailand: After 1975: Another Downswing," pp. 263-267; "Vietnam: Additional Information," pp. 393-394; "Freedom of the Press in South Asia," pp. 396-412; "Bangladesh," pp. 428-441; "India: An Update," pp. 459-461; "Nepal: An Update," pp. 477-479; "Sri Lanka: Brief Update," pp. 534-535, all in Newspapers in Asia: Contemporary Trends and Problems.


1985

"Preface," pp. v-xi; in Malaysian Studies: Archaeology, Historiography, Geography, and Bibliography.

1987

"Preface," "General," pp. 1-10; "Asia," pp. 31-43; "Caribbean," pp. 57-64; "Eastern Europe," (With Burton Paulu), pp. 65-75; "Latin America," (With D. Appelman), pp. 115-125, all in Global Guide to Media and Communications.

1989

"The Historical, Socioeconomic, and Political Implications of VCRs," pp. 29-42; "Videocassette Recorders in Asia," pp.100-169; "Videocassette Recorders in the Caribbean," pp. 251-262; "Conclusions and Future Prospects," pp. 263-273, all in Videocassettes.

1990

"Preface," pp. 1-2; "Popular Culture in the Caribbean: A Literature Review," pp. 3-19, in Caribbean Popular Culture.

1991

"Preface," pp. ix-xv; "Introduction," pp. 1-26; "The North American Wave: Communication Technology in the Caribbean," pp. 66-102, "Telematics in Malaysia: Room at the Top for a Selected Few," pp. 165-199, all in Transnational Communications.

1992

"Preface," pp. vii-ix; "How Appropriate is Mass Communication Research in the Third World?" pp. 45-70, in Social Science Models and Their Impact on the Third World.

1994

"Introduction," vii-ix; "Mass Communication," pp. 71-114, in Brunei and Malaysian Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends on Brunei and on Malaysian Anthropology, Mass Communication, and Women's Studies.

1995

"Introduction," pp. 1-10; "Southeast Asia Pop Art: The Movie Billboard," pp. 77-78; "The Moving Art Galleries of South and Southeast Asia," pp. 175-178, in Asian Popular Culture.

"Introduction," pp. 1-14; "Interview with Dallas W. Smythe," pp. 21-42; "Interview with George Gerbner," pp. 85-98; "Interview with Herbert I. Schiller," pp.135-154; "Interview with James D. Halloran," pp. 187-198; "Interview with Kaarle Nordenstreng," pp. 231-243; "Bibliographies of Featured Scholars," pp. 269-304, in A Different Road Taken.

1998

"Global Productions," pp. 1-12; "The Animation Industry and Its Offshore Factories," pp. 239-254, in Global Productions: Labor in the Making of the "Information Society."

1999

"Introduction," pp. 1-8, in Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning: Cute, Cheap, Mad and Sexy.

"Introduction: The Comics Debates Internationally: Their Genesis, Issues, and Commonalities," pp. 9-41; "Comics Controversies and Codes: Reverberations in Asia," pp. 179-214, in Pulp Demons.

2001

“Introduction,” pp. 1-4: “Vignette: Zhan Tong, a Stickler to the Chinese Style,” pp.29-32; “Vignette: Anime and Manga in Parts of Asia and Latin America,” pp. 85-87; “Korean Animation: A Short but Robust Life,” pp. 89-101; “Vignette: Shin Dong Hun and Korea’s ‘Miserable’ Animation Beginnings,” pp. 101-104; “James Wang and His Crazy Climb to Taiwan’s Cuckoo’s Nest,” pp. 125-130; “Vignette: Dwi Koendoro and His Quest for Viable Indonesian Animation,” pp.181-184; “Thai Animation: Almost a One-Man Show,” pp.185-192; “Animation in the Subcontinent,” pp. 199-206; “Overseas Animation Production in Asia,” pp. 239-246, all in Animation in Asia and the Pacific.

 “Introduction,” pp.1-10; “Cartooning in Sri Lanka,” pp.81-99, in Illustrating Asia: Comics, Humor Magazines, and Picture Books.

2005

“Latin American Comic Art: An Overview,” pp. 1-24; “Vignette: El Condor Pasa” (The Passage of the Condor), with Jorge Montealegre Iturra, 175-176; “Cuban Political, Social Commentary Cartoons,” pp. 193-216; “Conversations with Three Peruvian Cartoonists,” with Teresa Archambeault, pp. 321-332, all in Cartooning in Latin America.

2006

“Introduction,” pp. xiii-xxiv; “Teach for a While, Direct for a While: An Interview with China’s Xie Fei”; in 100 Years of Chinese Cinema: A Generational Dialogue.

2008

“Preface,” pp. ix-x; “African Cartooning: An Overview of Historical and Contemporary Issues,” pp. 1-37; “Comics for Development and Conscientization,” pp. 45-61; “Vignette: The Horrors of Cartooning in Slim’s Algeria,” pp. 84-89; “Kenyan Cartooning: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,” pp. 159-186; “Vignette: Nigerian Cartooning Pro and Con: An Exchange Between an Editor and Two Cartoonists,” pp. 215-217; “Southern Africa: Hardly a Cartoonist’s Eden,” pp. 219-240; “Vignette: Cartooning in Réunion, with Special Reference to the Work of Serge and Appollo,” pp. 241-246; “Vignette: South Africa’s Napier Dunn – Have French Horn (or Pencil), Will Travel,” pp. 803-806, all in Cartooning in Africa


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CHAPTERS IN OTHER BOOKS:

1973

"The Clutches of Cultural Colonizers." In Benjamin Draper, ed. Pacific Nations Broadcasting I. San Francisco: San Francisco State University, 1973, p. 61.

1974

"A Reluctant Revolution Among Asian Newspapers." In Alan Wells, ed. Mass Communications: A World View. Palo Alto: National Press Books, 1974, pp. 112-134.

"Malaysian Broadcasting: Guided Media in Operation." In Benjamin Draper, ed. Pacific Nations Broadcasting III and Bibliography. San Francisco: San Francisco State University, 1974, pp. 19-24.

1975

"Mass Media in the Developing World: Four Conundrums." In Oldrich Bures, ed. Developing World and Mass Media. Prague: International Organization of Journalists, 1975, pp. 36-55.

"Asia." In Richard R. Cole and Vernon A. Keel, eds. 1975 Division Membership Directory and International Guide. Brookings, South Dakota: Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, South Dakota State University.

"Mass Media in the Developing World: Four Conundrums." In Der Anteil der Massenmedien bei der Herausbildung des Bewustseins in der sich Wandelnden Welt. Leipzig: Karl Marx Universitat, 1975, pp. 417-426.

1977

"The Burnt-Out Candle: Thailand's Brief Experience with Press Freedom, 1973-1976." In Robert M. Hearn, ed. A Guide to Research Materials on Thailand and Laos. Auburn, N.Y.: Asia Library Services, 1977, pp. 29-35.


1978

"Mass Communications Research in the Philippines." In Donn V. Hart, ed. Philippine Studies: History, Sociology, Mass Media and Bibliography. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Occasional Paper No. 6, 1978, pp. 233-287.

"Media Worldwide: An Overview of Mass Communication." In Fred L. Casmir, ed. International and Intercultural Communication. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1978, pp. 656-683.

"Asia." 1979 Division Membership Directory and International Guide. Association for Education in Journalism, 1979, pp. 5-21.

1979

"The Missionary Press of Asia, 1550-1860: Precursors of Today's Journalism." In Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Asian Studies, 1979. Hong Kong: Asian Research Services, 1979, pp. 659-674.

"Recent Political, Economic Aspects of Mass Media in Trinidad, Barbados, Jamaica and Guyana." In Jan Herd, ed. Mass Media in/on Cuba and the Caribbean Area: The Role of the Television, Radio, and the Free Press. Monograph No. 10. Erie: Northwestern Pennsylvania Institute for Latin American Studies and Mercyhurst College, 1979, pp. 1-15.

1980

"The Research Experience in the Third World: Some Notes." In Al Hester, ed. Coping with the Overseas Teaching or Research Assignment. Athens, GA: Henry Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia, 1980, pp. 15-18.

1981

"Press and Government in South Asia." In Peter Gaeffke and Susan Oleksiw, eds. Systems of Communication and Interaction in South Asia. Summaries of Papers from the South Asia Seminar 1979-80. Philadelphia: South Asia Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1981, pp. 112-118.

"The Missionary Press of Asia, 1550-1850." In Communicatio Socialis Yearbook. 1981-1982, pp. 57-78.

1982

"Japan." In George Kurian, ed. World Press Encyclopedia. New York: Facts on File, 1982, pp. 551-562, Vol. 1.

"Thailand." In George Kurian, ed. World Press Encyclopedia. New York: Facts on File, 1982, pp. 869-878, Vol. 2.

"The Age of Awareness in Global Mass Communications." (With Anthony Giffard). In Brenda J. Dervin and Melvin J. Voight, eds. Progress in Communication Sciences. Vol. III. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1982, pp. 163-201.

"Visual Literacy in the Third World." In Jean C. Pett and Judith G. Kinzie, eds. Proceedings Twelfth Annual Conference on Visual Literacy. Bloomington: International Visual Literacy Association, 1981 (?), pp. 194-206.

1983

"Grassroots Renaissance: Increasing Importance of Folk Media in Third World Nations." In Sri Kulamani Mohapatra, ed. Folk Culture and the Great Tradition. Vol. 5. Cuttack: Institute of Oriental and Orissan Studies, 1983 (?), pp. 241-254.

1986

"Mass Media au Iles Vierges: Une Perspective Contemporaine." In Annales des Pays d'Amerique Centrale et des Caraibes 5. Aix-en-Provence: Centre de Recherches et d'Etudes sur L'Amerique Centrale et Caraibes, Universite d'Aux-Marseille III, 1986, pp. 107-121.

"Teaching International Communication in the Era of Electronic Media and Rapid Technological Development." In Graeme Osborne, Fred Casmir and Dai Weidong, eds. Papers Presented at First Shanghai International Conference on Communication. Canberra: Canberra College of Advanced Education, 1986, pp. 83-94.

1988

"Devcom: A View from the United States." In Neville Jayaweera and Sarath Amunugama, eds. Rethinking Development Communication. Singapore: AMIC, 1988, pp. 20-41.

"Cuba." In Philip T. Rosen, ed. International Handbook of Broadcasting Systems. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1988, pp 79-89.

"India." In Philip T. Rosen, ed. International Handbook of Broadcasting Systems. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1988, pp 133-146.

"Tony Auth." In Maurice Horn, ed. Contemporary Graphic Artists 3. Detroit: Gale Research, 1988, pp. 12-14.

"Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)." In Samuel G. Riley, ed. American Magazine Journalists, 1741-1850. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Bruccoli Clark Jayman and Sale Research, 1988, pp. 235-251.

"Statement of John A. Lent. Freedom of Expression and Other Human Rights Issues in Malaysia and Singapore." In Recent Developments in Malaysia and Singapore, 1988. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations of the Committee on Foreign Affairs House of Representatives. 2nd Session. July 7 and September 22, 1988. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1988, pp. 72-110.

1989

"Japanese Comics." In Richard Gid Powers and Hidetoshi Kato, eds. Handbook of Japanese Popular Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 221-242.

"Newspaper Trends: Trends in Asia." In International Encyclopedia of Communications. London: Oxford University Press, 1989, Vol. 3, pp. 188-191.

"Cuban Socialism and Mass Media." In Roy Glasgow and Winston Langley, eds. The Troubled and the Troubling Caribbean. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989, pp. 97-125.

"Four Conundrums Reconsidered: Assessing Communication Problems in the Third World 1974-86." In Graeme Osborne and Margaret Madrigal, eds. International Communication: In Whose Interest? Canberra: University of Canberra, Centre for Communication and Information Research, 1989, pp. 439-452.

“Victoria Woodhull.” In Samuel G. Riley, ed. American Magazine Journalists, 1850-1900. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Detroit: Bruccoli Clark Jayman and Sale Research, 1989, pp. 306-313.

1990

"Mass Media in Grenada." In Stuart H. Surlin and Walter C. Soderlund, eds. Mass Media and the Caribbean. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1990, pp. 85-96.

"Mass Media in the Leeward Islands." In Stuart H. Surlin and Walter C. Soderlund, eds. Mass Media and the Caribbean. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1990, pp. 103-114.

"Mass Media in the Netherlands Antilles." In Stuart H. Surlin and Walter C. Soderlund, eds. Mass Media and the Caribbean. New York: Gordon and Breach, 1990, pp. 209-222.

1991

"Asian Newspapers and Journalism." In Robert H. Taylor, ed. Asia and the Pacific. New York: Facts on File, 1991, pp. 1647-1665.

"Reporting Asia." (With Chien-Chung Tsao) In Robert H. Taylor, ed. Asia and the Pacific. New York: Facts on File, 1991 pp. 1666-1686.

"Foreword." In Florangel Rosario-Braid, ed. Communication and Society: The Philippine Context. Manila: Cacho Publishing House, Inc., 1991, pp. 3-6.

1992

"Introduction." In Michael Ricci and Joseph G. Szabo, eds. Was It Worth It? A Collection of International Cartoons about Columbus and His Trip to America. North Wales: WittyWorld Publications, 1992, pp. 5-9.

1993

"Foreword." In John V. Vilanilam. Science Education and Development. New Delhi: Sage, 1993, pp.11-13.

"Foreword." In George S. Semsel, Chen Xihe, and Xia Hong, eds. Film in Contemporary China. Critical Debates, 1979-1989. Westport CT: Praeger, 1993, pp. ix-x.

"Western Research in the Third World." In Janet Wasko, Vincent Mosco, and Manjunath Pendakur, eds. Illuminating the Blindspots: Essays Honoring Dallas W. Smythe. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1993, pp. 302-321.

"Four Conundrums of Third World Communications: A Generational Analysis." In Kaarle Nordenstreng and Herbert I. Schiller, eds. Beyond National Sovereignty: International Communication in the 1990s. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1993, pp. 235-255.


1994

"Foreword." In Hoong Tei-Lin. A Brief Review of Taiwanese Comics, 1949-1993. Taipei: China Times, 1994, pp. 3-6. Chinese.

"Comic Art." In Wu Dingbo and Patrick D. Murphy, eds. Handbook of Chinese Popular Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994, pp. 279-305.

"The Development of Multicultural Stability in ASEAN: The Roles of Mass Media in Language." In Abdullah Hassan, ed. Language Planning in Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 1994, pp. 319-339.

1995

"An Overview of Trends and Problems in Cartooning Worldwide, with an Emphasis on Asia." In 1995 International Symposium and Lecture for Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival. Seoul: SICAF 95 Promotion Committee, 1995, pp. 5-44.

"Development Communication--What Progression? Essentials from a Berlin Conference Working Group." In Manfred Oepen, ed. Media Support and Development Communication in a World of Change. Berlin: Horlemann, 1995, pp. 162-164.

"Cartooning and Development in the Caribbean." In Alvina Ruprecht and Cecilia Taiana, eds. Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada in the Hood: The Reordering of Culture. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1995, pp. 409-416.

1996

"'See You in the Funnies': A Truism." In William David Sloan, Shirley Carter, William Gonzenbach, and James G. Stovall, eds. Mass Communication in the Information Age. Northport, AL: Vision, 1996, p. 115.

"Barney Google and Snuffy Smith," pp. 48-50; "Beetle Bailey," pp. 51-53; "Bringing up Father," pp. 65-66; "Garfield," pp. 129-130; "Hagar the Horrible," pp. 137-138; "Henry," pp. 144-145; "Joe Palooka," pp. 155-156; "Li'l Abner," pp. 176-177; "The Little King," pp. 180-181; "Little Lulu," pp. 181-182; "Mark Trail," p. 196; "Mother Goose and Grimm," pp. 209-210; "Mutt and Jeff," pp. 214-216; "Pogo," pp. 244-245; "Polly and Her Pals," pp. 245-246; "Rex Morgan, M.D.," p. 327; "Skippy," pp. 348-349; "Smitty," p. 352. In Maurice Horn, ed. 100 Years of American Newspaper Comics, An Illustrated Encyclopedia. New York: Gramercy, 1996.

"Communication Research in the Third World: Levels of Equivalence, Relevance, and Methodology." In Luke Uka Uche, ed. North-South Information Culture: Trends in Global Communications and Research Paradigms. Ikeja, Nigeria: Longman Nigeria, 1996, pp. 260-283.

1997

"Sanmao, Kenkoy, Tokai: The Comic Strip in Asia." In Gail W. Pieper, Kenneth D. Nordin, and Joseph Ursitti, eds. Understanding the Funnies: Critical Interpretations of Comic Strips. Lisle, IL: Procopian Press, 1997, pp. 140-172.

"Asian Cinema and Globalization." In Highways, Skyways and Corridors: Asia's Communication Challenges. Singapore: AMIC, 1997, pp. 36-37.

"Inter-relationships of Art and Cartooning in Asia." In Sanatta Karikatür/Cartoon in Art, edited by Nezih Danyal. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi Yayinlari, 1997, pp. 17-20.

1998

"Asian Film Studies: From Obscurity to Obfuscation." In China Film Archive, ed. A Collection of Papers Presented at the Symposium of Film Collections in Asia. Beijing: China Film Archive, 1998, pp. 209-227.

"The Mass Media in Asia." In Patrick M. O'Neil, ed. Communicating Democracy: The Media and Political Transitions. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1998, pp. 147-170.

"Bun Lour Sarn," pp. 165-166; "Chai Rachawat," pp. 193-194; "Chu Teh-Yung," pp. 200-201; "Djon Domino," pp. 255-256; "Khalid Mohd. Nor," p. 442; "Kim Song Hwan," p. 444; "Madam and Eve," p. 503; "Mr. Kiasu," p. 540; "Pai, Anant," p. 595; "Perera Camillus," p. 607; "Pran Kumar Sharma," pp. 626-627; "Satonaka, Machiko," p. 676; "Shwe Min Thar," p. 700; "Tokai," p. 766; "Wong, Tony," pp. 817-818; "Wroblewski, Jerzy," p. 820; "Yeh Hung Chia," pp. 823-824. In Maurice Horn, ed. The World Encyclopedia of Comics. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House, 1998.

"Foreword." In Srinivas R. Melkote, Peter Shields, and Binod C. Agrawal, eds. International Satellite Broadcasting in South Asia: Political, Economic and Cultural Implications. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1998, pp. vii-xi.

"Foreword to the Malaysian Edition." In Francis T. Seow. The Media Enthralled. Singapore Revisted. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1998, pp. vi-viii.

"Cartoons and Comics/1750-Present." In Wm. David Sloan, ed. The Age of Mass Communication. Northport, AL: Vision Press, 1998, pp. 265-286.

"Foreword." In Junhao Hong. The Internationalization of Television in China: The Evolution of Ideology, Society, and Media Since the Reform. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998, pp. xi-xiii.

"Karikatür ve Kültür." In Karikatür Vakfi. "Karikatür ve Kültür." 4. Uluslararasi Festivali. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 1998, pp. 13-15.

“Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Communication and Third World Development.” (with Gerald Sussman). In Hwang Sang Jae. Information Society and International Communication. Seoul: Nanam Publishing House, 1998, pp. 127-146. Korean.

1999

"Perkembangan Kestabilan Berbilang Budaya dalam ASEAN: Peranan Media Massa dan Bahasa." In Abdullah Hassan, ed. Perancangan Bahasa di Asia Tenggara. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 1999, pp. 402-429.

"Newhouse, Samuel Irving." In John A. Garraty and Mark C. Carnes. American National Biography. Vol. 16. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 340-342.

"Western-Type Communications Research in the Third World--A Critical Appraisal." In L.M. Oosthuizen. Introduction to Communication Research. Pretoria: University of South Africa, 1999, pp. 1-10.

"Foreword." In Lisa Odham Stokes and Michael Hoover. City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema. London/New York: Verso, 1999, pp. ix-x.

"Preface." In Yuheng Bao. The Concept of the Relationship Between Painting and Poetry. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999, pp. iii-vii.

"Cartooning and Philosophy." In Karikatür ve Felsefe/Cartoon and Philosophy. 5. International Cartoon Festival. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 1999, pp. 35-39.

[Need for Biennial Association]. In A Selection of Works Participated at the 4th Tehran International Cartoon Biennial. Tehran: Nazar Cultural Co. and Visual Arts Center, 1999.

"Abu," p. 76; "Miroslav Barták," pp. 112-113; "Adolf Born," pp. 150-151; "Sunčica Božinovska," pp. 155-156; "Antoni Chodorowski," p. 192; "Morgan Chua," p. 193; "Sudhir Dar," p.218; "Oleg Dergatchov," p. 231; "Walter Hanel," p. 337; "Heng Kim Song," pp. 348-349; "Winnie Hettigoda," p. 352; "Nazrul Islam," p. 385; "Kazi Abul Kashem," p. 401; "R. K. Laxman," pp. 428-429; Thomas A. Lionar," p. 440; "Malgorzata Mlodnicka," pp. 487-488; "Sheridan Chandrasekra Opatha," pp. 522-523; "Park Jae Dong," p. 531; "K. Shankar Pillai," pp. 548-549; "Pramono (Pramono R. Pramoedjo)," p. 561; "Rejab Had," p. 576; "Suresh Sawant," p. 607; "Henryk Sawka," p. 607; "Vijay N. Seth," p. 622; "Jiri Sliva," p. 635; "Janusz Stanny," p. 648; "Gerardus Mayela Sudarta," pp. 655-656; "Malgorzata Tabaka," p. 667; "Sudhir Tailang," p. 668; "W. R. Wijesoma," p. 719; "Signe Wilkinson," pp. 720-721; "Kee-Kwan Wong," p. 726. In Maurice Horn, ed. The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 1999, 7 vols.

"Forword," [sic]. In Hung Te-lin. Taiwan Cartoon 50 Years, pp. 4-5. Xinzhu: Xinzhu City Government/Xinzhu Culture Center, 1999.

2000

"Cartoonists and Illustrators," pp. 93-99; "Television," pp. 625-628. In Salvatore J. LaGumina, Frank J. Cavaioli, Salvatore Primeggia, and Joseph A. Varacalli, eds. The Italian American Experience: An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing Co., 2000.

"Mizah Sanatinin Gelisme Yüzyili" (Comic Art's Century of Progress). In 20. Yüzyilin Karikatürü (Cartoon of the 20th Century). 6. International Ankara Cartoon Festival. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi Yayinlari, 2000, pp. 25-27.

"China." (with Faye Zhengxing). In Gorham Kindem, ed. The International Movie Industry. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2000, pp. 22-35.

"Defining Comic Art--An Onerous Task." In SAS 2000 Exhibition Catalogue Kartun. Trondheim: Animerte-dager, 2000, pp. 7-10.

"Introduction." In Witty & Crazy Millennium: International Cartoon Workshop #2. Catalogue. Lviv: Do Press, 2000, pp. 2-3.

2001

"Humor and Art." In The Guide to United States Popular Culture, edited by Ray B. Browne and Pat Browne. Bowling Green, Ohio: Popular Press, 2001, pp. 418-419.

“Politika ve Çizerlik/Politics and Cartooning.” In Karikatür ve Siyaset/Cartoon and Politics. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 2001, pp. 35-37.

“Preface.” In Oleg Dergachov. Mini-Monuments. Lviv: Do Press, 2001.

“Broken Pencils: The Broken Savage Pencils of Southeast Asia.” In Savage Pencils. Exhibition Catalogue, Silicon Pulp Animation Gallery, February 2-April 1, 2001. Sydney: Graber Hill/Silicon Pulp Animation Gallery, 2001, pp. 7-9.

“Virtuoso Cartooning.” In Historic Virtuoso Cartoonists, pp. 35, 37. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Cartoon Research Library, 2001 Festival of Cartoon Art, 2001.

“Foreword.” In Leara Rhodes. Democracy and the Role of the Haitian Media. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001, pp. xiii-xv.

Asia Media Content: Fast Food or Cultural Banquet? Some Policy Implications.” In International Symposium on Cultural Content Organized by KCCA and KBI. Proceedings. Seoul: Korea Cultural Content Association and Korean Broadcasting Institute, 2001, pp. 109-140.

“Notes.” For Dergachov. CD. Lviv, Ukraine.

“Latin Amerika Mizah Sanati: Kendi Başina bir Dram” (Latin American Comic Art: A High Drama Itself). In Latino Americano Karikatürler/Cartoons. Istanbul: Schneidertempel Art  Center, 2001, pp. 10-15.

“Comic Books,” pp. 556-557; “Grenada,” pp. 986-988; “Philippines,” pp. 1850-1853; “New Straits Times,” pp. 1701-1702; “Malaysia,” pp. 1512-1515; “Cambodia,” pp. 405-407. In Derek Jones, ed. Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001.

                                                                     2002

“Interview with George Gerbner.” In Michael Morgan, ed. Against the Mainstream: The Selected Works of George Gerbner. New York: Peter Lang, 2002, pp. 21-33.

“Bilişim ve Karikatür” (Informatics and Cartooning, Caution Is the Word). In Karikatür ve Bilişim/Cartoon and Informatics. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 2002, pp. 25-26.

Latin Amerika Mizah Sanati: Kendi Başina Bir Dram” (Latin American Comic Art: High Drama Itself). In Karikatür ve Bilişim/Cartoon and Informatics. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 2002, 7 pp.

2003

“Comic Strips and Comic Books.” In Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications. Volume 1, edited by Donald H. Johnston, pp. 247-257, New York: Academic Press, 2003.

“Karikatür ve Sosyoloji” (Cartooning and Sociology). In Cartoon and Sociology and Human Rights, pp. 13-14. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 2003.

“The Ubiquitous Superhero.” In Supereroi/Superhumour. 6º Festival Internazionale di Humor Grafico/6th International Festival of Graphic Humor 2003, pp. 4-5. Rome.

“Comments About Oleg Dergachov’s Work,” In Oleg Dergachov. The Hand, pp. 229-230. Georgetown, TX: World Wright, 2003.

2004

“Foreword.” In J. V. Vil’anilam. Communication and Mass Communication in India, pp. v-vii. Delhi: B. R. Publishing Corp., 2004.

“Comic Art as Intercultural Communication Between East and West.” In International Conference on Intercultural Communication. Proceedings, pp. 54-60. Wuhan: Wuhan University, 2004.

“‘See You in the Funnies’: A Truism.” In Mass Communication in the Global Age, edited by David Copeland and Anthony Hatcher, p. 97. Northport, AL: Vision Press, 2004.

“Karikatür ve Mizah (Cartoon and Humour).” In Karikatür ve Mizah, pp. 13-14. Ankara: Karikatür Vakfi, 2004.

 

“We’ve Come a Long Way, or Have We? -- American Research on Asian Mass Communication.” In International Conference on Asian Media Research September 9-10, 2004, pp. 1-9. Singapore: Mediaplus et al., 2004.

2005

“Uses and Functions of Asian Animation in the Pre-Digital Age.” In Humanistic Care in the Digital Age. The First China International Animation Summit Forum. A Collection of Presentations, pp. 131-146. Hangzhou: 2005.

“The Origins of Asian Film Studies: Seven Pioneers’ Recollections.” In The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of ACSS. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization. Proceeding I, pp. 5-11. Beijing: Peking University, 2005. In Shanghai Volume, pp. 24-30.

“The Dual Careers of China’s ‘Three Musketeers’ of Animation: A Da, Wang Shuchen, and Zhan Tong.” In The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of ACSS. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization. Proceeding II, pp. 413-419. Beijing: Peking University, 2005. (With Xu Ying).  

 “Chinese Animation in the Handcrafted/National and the Digital/Global Ages.” In International Conference on Globalization and Chinese Cultures: The Content, Creativity, and Communication of Chinese Cultures in the Age of Globalization and Digitalization, pp. 153-166. Danshui: Tamkang University, 2005.

“Preface.” In Perucho Mejía G. The Hermeneutic of Signs: Studies in Semiotic and Hermeneutic, p. 6. Santiago de Cali: Instituto Departmental de Bellas Artes, 2005.

“El Arte del Comic como Medio Alternativo, con Ejemplos de Cinco Continentes.” In XI Salones de Historietas y Caricaturas de Cali, edited by José Campo, pp. 80-87. Cali: Fundación Calicomix, 2005.

“Indiens Amar Chitra Katha. Vom Nutzen und Nachbeil eines Comics für die Geschichtsvermittlung.” In Stefanie Diekmann and Matthias Schneider, eds. Szenarien des Comic, pp. 158-175. Berlin: SuKuLTuR, 2005.

“Chinese Version Foreword.” In Stanley J. Baran. Introduction to Mass Communication: Media Literacy and Culture, pp. 1-3. Beijing: Chinese Peoples University Press, 2005.

“Comic Art as Intercultural Communicator Between  East and West.” In New Theory on Transcultural Communications, edited by Shan Bo and Shi Yibin, pp. 95-101. Wuhan: Wuhan University Press, Journalism and Communications Series, 2005.

“Chinese Documentary and Animation: A Call for Research and Brief History of Animation.” In [Proceedings]. Retrospective and Outlook: International Forum for the Centennial Anniversary of Chinese Cinema, pp. 457-467. Beijing: State Administration of Radio Film and Television, Film Bureau and Foreign Affairs Department, China Film Archive, 2005.

2006

“Today and Yesterday of American Animation.” In Art for Animation, Image of Film, edited by Yu Wei-Cheng, pp. 42-46. Tainan: Digital Resource Center, National Tainan Art University, 2006.

“Prólogo.” In Raquel Orzuj. Historia del Humor Gráfico en el Uruguay. Lleida: Editorial Milenio, 2006, pp. 7-8.

“Comic Art in Asian Cultural Context.” In Medi@sia: Global Media/tion in and out of Context, edited by Todd Joseph Miles Holden and Timothy J. Scrase, pp. 224-242. London: Routledge, 2006.

2007

China,” Vol. I, pp. 271-277; “Zhang Yimou,” (with Xu Ying), Vol. I, p. 275; “Philippines,” Vol. III, pp. 267-269. In Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film, edited by Barry K. Grant. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2007.

“Comic Art as an Alternative Medium, with Examples from Five Continents.” In Alternative Media: Idealism and Pragmatism, edited by Naren Chitty and Sripan Rattikalchalakorn, pp. 3-22. Penang: Southbound, 2007.

“Betty Boop,” pp. I-134; “Comics Code,” pp. I-317-318; “Comics/Comic Strips,” pp. I-318-321; “Erotic/Adult Comics.” p. II-470-472; “Wonder Woman,” pp. IV-1555-1557. In Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender, edited by Fedwa Malti-Douglas. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2007.

Prefatory comments. In Magic Bronze, by Oleg Dergachov, p. 2. Montreal: Oleg Dergachov, 2007.

“Cartooning and Risk Management: A Global Perspective.” In Collection of International Conference on Public Crisis and Intercultural Communication, pp. 67-86. Wuhan: Wuhan University School of Journalism and Communication, 2007.

2008

“The Press in East Asia.” In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World, edited by Peter W. Stearns, Vol. 4, pp. 329-331. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.

“Animation.” In The International Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by W. Donsbach, Vol. 1, pp. 175-177. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.

“Cartoons.” In The International Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by W. Donsbach, Vol. 2, pp. 413-415. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.

“Comics.” In The International Encyclopedia of Communication, edited by W. Donsbach, Vol. 2, pp. 564-566. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.

“Preface.” In 2008 Asian Youth Animation & Comics Contest. Homnicen China (Guiyang) Cartoon Art Festival (Catalogue), p. 3. Guiyang: 2008.

“Why Cartoon.” In Cartoon Ark: The Gift for Wenchuan Presented by World Cartoon Artists, p. III. Guiyang: 2008.

East Asia: For Better or Worse.” In The Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry, edited by Paul McDonald and Janet Wasko, pp. 277-284. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2008.

“Cartoons and Comics/1750-Present.” In The Age of Mass Communication, edited by William David Sloan, pp. 247-265. Northport, AL: Vision Press, 2008. 2nd Ed. 

 

 

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THESES & DISSERTATIONS:

1960

"A History and Critical Appraisal of an Alumni Association at a State University." Masters thesis, Ohio University, 1960. 183 pp.

1972

"Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media: Historical, Cultural, Economic and Political Aspects." Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa, 1972. 515 pp.


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MONOGRAPHS:

1963

Journalism Study of New York Colleges and High Schools. (With W. C. Clark). Syracuse: Syracuse University, 1963. 102 pp.

1965

Readings on the Foreign Press. Montgomery, W. VA: West Virginia Institute of Technology, 1965. 120 pp.

1966

3 Research Studies. Montgomery, W. VA: West Virginia Institute of Technology, 1966. 53 pp.

1971

British Caribbean Mass Communications Bibliography. Iowa City: University of Iowa, School of Journalism, 1971. 34 pp.

 

1975

Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Communications: A Case Study. Special Studies Series No. 62. Buffalo: Council on International Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, April 1975. 47 pp.

1976

Mass Media in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Recent Bibliographic Sources. Communications Research Report #7. Philadelphia: Temple University, School of Communications and Theater, May 1976. 18 pp.

Guided Press in Southeast Asia: National Development vs. Freedom of Expression. Special Studies No. 86. Buffalo: Council on International Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, December 1976. 82 pp.

1977

Cultural Pluralism in Malaysia: Polity, Military, Mass Media, Education, Religion and Social Class. Special Report No. 14. DeKalb, IL: The Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University, 1977. 114 pp.

1978

Malaysian Mass Media: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Special Studies Series No. 101. Buffalo: Council on International Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1978. 111 pp.

1979

Topics in Third World Mass Communications: Rural and Developmental Journalism, Cultural Imperialism, Research and Education. Hong Kong: Asian Studies Monograph Series, Asian Research Service, 1979. 123 pp.

Malaysian Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends. Occasional Paper No. 7. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 1979. 466 pp.

The Use of Development News. Case Studies of India, Malaysia, Ghana and Thailand. (With John V. Vilanilam). Singapore: AMIC, December 1979. 110 pp.

1981

Caribbean Mass Communications: A Comprehensive Bibliography. Waltham, MA: Crossroads Press, 1981. 152 pp.

1982

The New World and International Information Order--A Resource Guide and Bibliography. Singapore: AMIC, 1982. 103 pp.

1985

Women and Mass Media in Asia: An Annotated Bibliography. Singapore: AMIC, 1985. 54 pp.

Malaysian Studies: Archaeology, Historiography, Geography, and Bibliography. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph Series, 1985. 240 pp.

1986

Comic Art: An International Bibliography. Drexel Hill: Published by Author, 1986. 156 pp.

1987

Is Anyone Revolting in the Communications Revolution? Taipei: Asia and World Institute Lectures and Essays 4, 1987. 22 pp.

Coverage of Japan-United States Trade Dispute in Eight U.S. Metropolitan Dailies, March-May 1987. Unpublished report. Reston, VA: For Center for Foreign Journalists, November 1987. 64 pp.

1992

Social Science Models and Their Impact on the World. Williamsburg, VA: Studies in Third World Societies, Publication No. 45, 1992. 142 pp.

1994

Brunei and Malaysian Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends on Brunei and on Malaysian Anthropology, Mass Communication, and Women's Studies. (With Kent Mulliner). Williamsburg, VA: Studies in Third World Societies, Publication No. 54, 1994. 143 pp.


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SERIES EDITOR, BOOKS:

Westview Series: International Communication and Popular Culture

Slavko Splichal. Media Beyond Socialism: Theory and Practice in East-Central Europe. 1994. 177 pp.

Tomasz Goban-Klas. The Orchestration of the Media: The Politics of Mass Communications in Communist Poland and the Aftermath. 1994. 289 pp.

Lucila Vargas. Social Uses and Radio Practices: The Use of Participatory Radio by Ethnic Minorities in Mexico. 1995.

John A. Lent. Asian Popular Culture. 1995. 232 pp.

Hampton Press: Popular Culture

Arthur Asa Berger. Jewish Jesters: A Study in American Popular Comedy.

Neil Alperstein. Advertising in Everyday Life.

Arthur Asa Berger. Agent in the Agency: Media, Popular Culture, and Everyday Life in America.

Christine Scodari. Serial Monogamy: Soap Opera, Lifespan, and the Gendered Politics of Fantasy.

 Manjunath Pendakur. Indian Popular Cinema: Industry, Ideology, and Consciousness.

Graham Murdock & Janet Wasko. Media in the Age of Marketization. 2007. 263pp.

Nico Carpentier and Erik Spinoy, eds. Discourse Theory and Cultural Analysis. 2008. 391 pp.

Hampton Press: Comic Art (2003- )

John A. Lent (ed.). Cartooning in Latin America. 2005. 388 pp.

John A. Lent (ed.). Cartooning in Africa.

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SERIES EDITOR, PERIODICALS:

Series editor, "Selected Information Sources." Journal of Broadcasting.

19 (Summer 1975): 321-340. “Asian Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources.” (John A. Lent)

20 (Winter 1976): 111-125. "Caribbean Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." (John A. Lent).

20 (Summer 1976): 381-415. "African Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." (Sidney W. Head).

21 (Spring 1977): 215-233. "Pacific Islands Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." (Jim Richstad and Michael McMillan).

21 (Fall 1977): 497-510. "Middle East Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." (Hamid Mowlana).

22 (Winter 1978): 107-130. "Eastern European Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." (Burton Paulu).

22 (Spring 1978): 196-216. "Central and South American Mass Communication: Selected Information Sources." (Mary A. Gardner).

22 (Spring 1978): 217-240. "The Mass Media of Latin America: Selected Information Sources." (Daniel Appelman).

Guest editor, "Third World Mass Media: Issues, Theory and Research." Studies in Third World Societies.

September 1979: v-viii, 1-104. "Mass Communications in the Third World: Some Ethical Considerations." (John A. Lent); "The New World Information Order: A New Structural Paradigm? Towards the Development of a Political Economy Model for the Consideration of Future Global Information Distribution." (Burnes Saint Patrick Hollyman); "'The Free Flow of News' and 'Western Communication Imperialism': Divergent Views on Ethical Issues." (John C. Merrill); "News: A Matter of People." (Narinder Aggarwala); "The Politics of International Communication." (Barry Guttenplan and Thomas Remington); "The Communication Approach to Development: A Critical View." (Sultana Krippendorff); "Inter Press Service: News for and about the Third World." (Al Hester).

Guest editor, "Case Studies of Mass Media in the Third World." Studies in Third World Societies.

December 1979: v-vi, 1-264. "The Havana Hustle: A New Phase in Cuba's International Communication Activities." (John S. Nichols); "Treatment of the Indian in the Bolivian Press: The Majority As Minority." (Jerry Knudson); "Reporting on Critical Events Abroad: U.S. Journalism and Chile." (John C. Pollock); "Perceptions of Women in Singapore: A Computerized Analysis of Newspaper Coverage." (Thomas F. Willer); "The Malaysian Elections of 1974: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage." (Elliott Parker); "The Press in West Africa: A Comparative Analysis of Mass Media Trends." (Frank Ugboajah and Idowu Sobowale); "Television Programming in the Sixties: A Content Analysis of Egyptian and Lebanese Television." (Leonard Lee); "Television Programming in Selected Middle East Nations: Lebanon, Bahrain and Qatar." (Jack Shaheen).

Executive editor, Asian Profile. August 1984: pp. 307-402.

"Warlordism in Anhui." (Nicola Frean); "A Quest for Korean Unification a la Austria of 1955." (In K. Kwang); "The Emergence of Malaysian Transnational Corporations." (Mah Hui Lim); "The Essence and Evanescence of Dravidian Kinship System." (M. Subba Reddy); "Growing Regionalism in India: A Theoretical Study." (Pradeep Kumar); "Towards Appropriate Communications Research: A Critical Appraisal." (Sultana Alam).

"The Daily Press of China: A Symposium." Asian Thought and Society. July 1987, pp. 137-151.

"An Overview and Introduction," (John A. Lent); "News Values in Chinese Newspapers," (Yu Yueming); "'People's Daily and China Daily': A Comparative Study," (Qian Shaochang).

"The Daily Press of China: A Symposium II." Asian Thought and Society. November 1987, pp. 252-266.

"Rapport of 'Jiefang Ribao' with the Public Through Letters to the Editor Column," (Qian Weifan); "The 'Two Hundred' Policy of 'Wen Hui Bao,''' (Fei Zhengxing); "Xinmin Evening Post: A Popular New Newspaper in Shanghai," (Sun Wanning).

Guest editor, Philippines Communication Journal. March 1993, pp. 1-79.

"The Historical and Global Dimensions of Comic Art," (John A. Lent); "Preface," (John A. Lent); "A Cartoonist's Perspective on Cartooning in Taiwan," (John A. Lent); "Malay Cartoonists and Humor Writers," (Ron Provencher); "Khmer Political Cartoonist As Social Critics," (Kawi Chongkitthawon); "Antonio Velasquez, Father of Philippine Komiks," (John A. Lent); "New Breed of Cartoonists for a Modern Chinese Life," (Dong Yu-ching); "Yeh Hung-Chai: Hero Maker of Another Era," (Jennifer Chiu); "Japanese Influence Harmful to Taiwan Comics," (Lu Li-Chen); "Freer Climate for Editorial Cartoonists," (Lin Ching-Wen); "R.K. Laxman and India's Common Man," (John A. Lent); "The Japanese Comic Strip 'Fuku-chan' (Little Fuku)," (Rei Okamoto).

Guest editor with K. Mulliner, "Brunei and Malaysian Studies: Present Knowledge and Research Trends on Brunei and on Malaysian Anthropology, Mass Communication, and Women's Studies." Studies in Third World Societies. No. 54, 1994: 1-143.

Guest editor, "Comic Art in Asia: Historical, Literary and Political Roots." Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. 7:1 and 2 (1996).

"Introduction," (John A. Lent); "Portrayal of the War and Enemy in Japanese Wartime Cartoons," (Rei Okamoto); "'The Reads''' and 'Yellow Covers': Pre-Modern Predecessors of Comic Books in Japan," (Kanako Shiokawa); "Nymphs, Nawabs and Nationalism: Myth and History in Indian Comics," (Aruna Rao); "Ancient Literature and Folklore in Modern Chinese Cartoons," (Hongying Liu-Lengyel and Alfonz Lengyel); "Travels with 'The Chief': Rejab Had, A Malaysian Cartoonist," (Ronald Provencher); "Releasing the Clamps: Taiwanese Cartoonists Speak Out," (Hsiang Wen Hsiao).

Guest editor, "Special Focus: Cartooning and Comic Art in Southeast Asia." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. 25:1 (1997), pp. 1-166.

"Introduction," (John A. Lent); "Everyday Life in Malaysia: Representations of Social Relationships in Malay Humour Magazines," (Ronald Provencher); "The Development of Malay Editorial Cartoons," (Muliyadi Mahamood); "Em Sokha and Cambodian Satirical Cartoons," (John Marston); "The Philippine Komiks: Text as Containment," (Soledad S. Reyes); “The Uphill Climb of Thai Cartooning,” (John A. Lent); "'Fuku-chan' Goes to Java: Images of Indonesia in a Japanese Wartime Newspaper Comic Strip," (Rei Okamoto); "Singapore Political Cartooning," (Lim Cheng Tju); "Messages in a Bottle: A Gallery of Social/Political Cartoons from Burma," (Jennifer Leehey).

Guest editor with Suzie Young, "Proceedings: Asian Cinema Studies Society Conference, Peterborough, Canada, August 20-23, 1997." Asian Cinema. Fall 1998, pp. 1-197.

"Editor's Note," (John A. Lent); "ACSS ' 97-Afterword as Preface," (Suzie Sau Fong Young); "The Irresistible: Hong Kong Movie Once Upon a Time in China Series-An Extensive Interview with Director/Producer Tsui Hark," (Ange Hwang); "A City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema as Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism," (Michael Hoover and Lisa Stokes); "Film Style and Performance: Comedy and Kung Fu from Hong Kong," (Greg Dancer); "Hong Kong, 1997; Mexico, 1917. Motifs and Historical Perspective," (Ken Hall); “Modern Identity and Karmic Retribution in Clara Low's Reincarnations of Golden Lotus,” (Yomi Braester); "Ashes of Time: The Tragedy and Salvation of the Chinese Intelligentsia," (Juanita Huan Zhou); "Kwan Tak-Hing and the New Generation," (Tony Williams); "Jackie Chan and the Re-invention of Tradition," (Ramie Tateishi); "Art Film Is Immortal and National Film Lives Forever," (Xie Fei); "The Evolution of China's War Movie in Five Decades: Factors Contributing to Changes, Limits, and Implications," (Junhao Hong); "Encountering (China, My) Sorrow," (Suzie Sau Fong Young); "Zhang Yimou in Lumiére et Compagnie (1955): 52 Seconds x 9 Readings: An Exercise in Over-Interpretation," (Shelley Kraicer); "Mikio Naruse and the Japanese Women's Film," (Catherine Russell); "Ausgraben und Erinnern: Nomida Chodai Eiga and Betrayal on a Railroad Track," (Harriet Blankevoort); "Yang Kuei-fei: The Film and Legend," (Masako Nakagawa); "The 'Shanghai Factor' in Hong Kong Cinema: A Tale of Two Cities in Historical Perspective," (Zhang Zhen); "Time, Space, Identity, and the City: Contemporary Urban China and Japan Projected in Film," (Eve Gabereau); "Depicting the Buddha, Teaching the Dharma," (Cynthia Contreras); "Indian Cinema Fifty Years After Independence: A Cinema of Ferment," (Uma Magal).

Guest editor, "Special Issue on Asian Media." Interaction. 15:1/2 (1997), pp. 1-56.

"What in the World is Global Culture?" (Munize Manzur); "The Peasants of the Global Village: Feudal Age in the Information [Era]," (Woong K. Park); "Asian Skies: New Technology and Media Imperialism," (Daiwon Hyun); "Contemporary Television Scene in India," (M.R. Dua); "Doordarshan and the Cultural Invasion: A Tale of Action and Reaction in Indian Television," (Nandini Sen); "An Invitation Across the Nation, but Not Around the World: The American Popular Music Charts and International Music," (Arthur Lizie); "Emerging Trends in New Communication and Information Technology for Development in Asia," (John A. Lent).

Guest Editor, "Symposium on Aspects of Asian Comic Art." Asian Thought and Society. September-December 1999, pp. 183-249.

"Symposium on Aspects of Asian Comic Art," (John A. Lent); "Comic Art in South Asia," (John A. Lent); "Roses, Stars, and Pretty Boys: Symbolism in Japanese Girls' Comics," (Kanako Shiokawa); "Historical Aspects of the Korean Animation Industry," (Kie-Un Yu).

Editor, “Latin American Comic Art: A Symposium.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2001, pp. 1-137.

“Latin American Comic Art: An Overview,” (John A. Lent); “Argentine Comics,” (Andrés Accorsi); “Argentine Comics Today: A Foreigner’s Perspective,” (Jeff Williams); “Oesterheld, the Literary Voice of Argentine Comics,” (Ana Merino); “Brazilian Pornographic Comics: A View on the Eroticism of a Latin American Culture in the Work of Artist Carlos Zéfiro,” (Waldomiro C. S. Vergueiro); “Comic Art in Colombia: a Short Historical Journey,” (Perucho Mejia G.); “Parallel Lives: Comics and Animated Cartoons in Cuba From Beginning to Present,” (Dario Mogno); “Ares: An Undomesticated Humorist,” (Caridad Blanco de la Cruz); “Cartooning in Uruguay: Not Yet the White Flag,” (Daniel Puch); “Venezuela’s Alonso and the Art of Leaving It All to Art,” (Gisela Gil-Egui).

Editor, “There at the Beginning: Early Days of Comics Scholarship.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, pp. 5-96.

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent); “How It All Began, or Present at the Creation,” (Maurice Horn); “Pioneering in Brazilian Quadrinhos, as a Cartoonist and Researcher,” (Álvaro de Moya); “In Search of Lost Time or Time Regained,”(Giulio C. Cuccolini); “Is This the Kind of Thing That Serious Academics Do?” (Arthur Asa Berger); “The Story of an ‘Anatomy’ That Gave Recognition to Comics as a Mass Medium,” (Wolfgang J. Fuchs); “Comics and Electronics,” (Will Eisner); “Kicked into the Gutters: or, ‘My Dad Doesn’t Read Comics, He Studies Them,’” (Martin Barker); “How I Became a Herstorian,” (Trina Robbins); “Almost Left at the Gate: An Arrhythmic Career in Comics Scholarship,” (John A. Lent).

Continued as, “Pioneers of Comic Art Scholarship Series,” Spring 2003, pp. 3-73: “Kunzle and the Comic Strip,” (David Kunzle); “Sture Hegerfors and Swedish Comics Scholarship,” (Sture Hegerfors); “Portrait of the Professor as a Failed Cartoonist,” (M. Thomas Inge); “Gary Groth and Kim Thompson: Interviews with the Heart of the Alternative Comics Industry,” (Ana Merino).

Editor, “Asian Animation: Artistic and Commercial Perspectives.” Asian Cinema. Spring 2003, pp. 1-137.

“Preface,” (John A. Lent); “The New Age of Asian Animation,” (John A. Lent); “Research on the Achievements of Japan’s First Three Animators,” (Nobuyuki Tsugata); “The Japanese Puppet Animation Master: Kihachiro Kawamoto,” (Yokota Masao); “Having It Both Ways: Making Children Films an Adult Matter In Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro,” (Mariano Purvis); “China’s Animation Beginnings: The Roles of the Wan Brothers and Others,” (John A. Lent and Xu Ying); “Some Characteristics of Chinese Animation,” (Zhang Huilin); “Hong Kong Animation: My Life as Mcdull,” (Hu Tze Yue, Gigi); “Taiwan’s Cuckoo’s Nest and the New Labor Situation,” (Hong Chi Shiau and John A. Lent); “Development of Malaysian Animation from the Perspective of Pioneer Animator Hassan Muthalib,” (John A. Lent); “The Situation of Film and Animation in Laos,” (Nobuyuki Tsugata); “Thai Animation’s Great Strides: A Report,” (John A. Lent); “Famous’s House of Animation -- Creativity and Independence in Indian Animation,” (Harvey Deneroff); “Animation in Nepal,” (Fungma Fudong).

Editor, “Asian Animation, Online Cartooning, and Gaming: A Symposium.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 317-461.

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent); “New Type of Popular Culture in the Internet Age: An Analysis of the Korean Essay Cartoon,” (Jae Woong Kwon); “Korean Independent Animation: Its Origin and Meaning,” (Seungmin Song); “Female Subject Animated: A Case Study of Digital Online Animation in Contemporary China,” (Jia Jia); “Japanese Independent Animation: Fuyu no hi and Its Exclusivity,” (Hu Tze Yue); “Troubled Identities at Borderland – Fantasy about the Past and the Future in Anime,” (Qi Wang); “Malaysian Animation Industry: The History, Development, and Collective Efforts To Set up a Global and Recognizable Animation Standard,” (Juhanita Jiman); “Hong Kong as the Asian and Chinese Distributor of Pokemon,” (Anthony Fung); “Being Part of Digital Hollywood: Taiwan’s Online Gaming & 3D Animation Industry Under the New International Division of Cultural Labor,” (Wan-Wen Day).

Editor, “Asian Documentary Film: A Symposium.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2005, pp.2-148 (With Aaron Gerow).

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent and Aaron Gerow); “Documentary as Haunting of the Real: The Logic of Capital in Blind Shaft,” (Ban Wang); “Repatriation and the History of Korean Documentary Filmmaking,” (Nam Lee); “The Rise of Korean Independent Documentary: A Case Study of Sang-Kye-Dong Olympics (27min, 1988, by Kim Dong Won),” (Suhi Choi); “The Significance of Island of Demons and Kriss: The Bali Sub-genre of the South-Seas Films, Their Primitivist Discourse and Tropicalist Fantasy,” (Jeff Green); “Sleepy Consciousness of Thai Documentary Film,” (Chalida Uabumrungjit); “Finding an Indigenous Film Voice: An Interview with Auraeus Solito,” (Interview and Introduction by Aaron Gerow); “Migration and Transgression: Female Pioneers of Documentary Filmmaking in Japan,” (Hikari Hori); “Taiwan and Its Spectacular Others: Aesthetic Reflexivity in Two Documentaries by Women Filmmakers from Taiwan,” (Kuei-fen Chiu); “Salaam Cinema: Unlikely Journeys in Documentary,” (Antonio Traverso and Martin Mhando); “ ‘Not Firing Arrows’: Multiplicity, Heterogeneity and the Future of Documentary: Interview with Amar Kanwar,” (Anne Rutherford); “Dealing with the Identity Crisis: Japanese Cinema Left and Right,” (Luk Van Haute); “Learning Tokyo by Creating It Otherwise: Personal Media Authors in Tokyo, 1975-2002,” (James Tobias).   

Editor, “Pioneers of Comic Art Scholarship Series, Part IV.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2005, pp. 1-88.

“It’s Not My Fault Confessions of a Comics Junkie. Or, How I Became a Crazed Fanatic About Cartooning, Its History and Lore,” (R. C. Harvey); “Armand Mattelart and How To Read Donald Duck”; “Katayori Mitsugu: A Pioneer of Manga Studies in Japan Before and After the War,” (Fusami Ogi); “Beginnings and Landmarks: The Comic Art Collection at the Michigan State University Libraries and My Career,” (Randall W. Scott); “Pioneer in the Teaching of Bande Dessinée (Comic Art and Narrative) in Canada,” (Richard Langlois, Translated by Randall W. Scott).

 

Editor, “Reflections, Images of Asian Cinema Studies Society Conference 2005, Beijing and Shanghai.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 3-34.

 

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent); “Introspection and Reconstruction: Review of the Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of ACSS,” (Shi Chuan)”; “Reflections on the Literary Tendencies of Chinese Film History,” (Li Suyuan).

 

Editor, “Pioneers of Asian Film Studies.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 35-89.

 

“The Origins of Asian Film Studies: Seven Pioneers’ Recollections,” (John A. Lent); “Li Shaobai: From Pioneer Film Research to ‘Dead Tiger’ to Grand Old Mentor of Film Studies,” (John A. Lent); “The Story of a Researcher of Chinese Film History,” (Li Suyuan); “Asian Film Research and Me,” (Ni Zhen); “Asian Film Study as an Offshoot of Mass Communication,” (John A. Lent); “A Lonely Long March,” (Law Kar); “The Accidental Scholar,” (Chris Berry); “Looking Back,” (George Semsel); “Chinese Cinema: Exposures, Research, and Change,” (Esther C. M. Yau).

 

Editor, “Cartooning in Australia: A Symposium.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2007, pp. 377-486.

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent); “The Rise and Demise of the Australian Comic Strip,” (Vane Lindesay); “The Graphic Expression of the Lives, Obsessions, and Objections of Small Press Sick Puppies and Scat(ology) Cats: A Short Survey of Some Aspects of Australian Alternative Comics 1990-2000,” (Michael Hill); “Australian Gothic: Black Light Angels, Fashion, and Subcultural Style,” (Vicki Karaminas); “Ned Kelly -- Australian Cartoonists’ Favorite Idiom,” (Rolf Heimann); “An Essay: The Life and Death of the Larrikin Image,” (Lindsay Foyle); “Australia and Symbolic Representation in the ‘Cartoon Controversy,’” (Roman Rosenbaum).

Editor, “Asian Animation: A Mini-Symposium.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2007, pp. 104-169.

“The Transformation of Asian Animation: 1995-Present,” (John A. Lent); “Hong Kong Animation: The Uncanny Brush in Wuxia Film,” (Kenny Chow Ka-nin); “The Establishment and Maturation of the Chinese Cartoon School,” (Jin Tianyi); “Transformation from Comic to 2D, Then the 3D Approach: Character Representation of Old Master Q,” “Ann Y. Y. Leung).

Editor, “Egyptian Cartooning: A Symposium.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 139-247.

“Egyptian Cartooning: An Overview,” (John A. Lent); “Political Cartoons in Egypt,” (Rania M. R. Saleh); “Using Comics in Development in the Arab World: Prospects and Impediments,” (Abdelghani Jbara with John A. Lent); “Sarcasm in the View of the Ancient Egyptian,” (Mohamed Hamdy Hamed Ahmed).

Editor, “Women and Cartooning: A Global Symposium.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2008, pp. 5-241.

“Introduction,” (John A. Lent); “17 Women Cartoonists + One,” (Marlene Pohle, trans., Frank Hoffmann); “‘There’s a Bug in My Ink Bottle’: The Graphic Art of Australian Women -- Greenberg, Graber, and Ord,” (Vicki Karaminas); “A Self-Selected Sisterhood: Women Cartoonists Represented in the Library of Congress Collections,” (Martha H. Kennedy); “Feminine Territoriality: Reflections on the Impact of the Underground and Post-Underground,” (Ana Merino, trans., Elizabeth Polli); “Wonder Woman: Queer Appeal,” (Trina Robbins); “Here Are the Great Women Comics Artists of the United States!” (Trina Robbins); “Women and Mainstream Comic Books,” (Jill S. Katz); “Shôjo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls) in the 1970s’ Japan as a Message to Women’s Bodies: Interviewing Keiko Takemiya -- A Leading Artist of the Year 24 Flower Group,” (Fusami Ogi); “Hana yori dango (Boys over Flowers) as a Trans-National Comics for Girls beyond Japan,” (Fusami Ogi); “The Touching and the Sensual in Japanese Ladies’ Comics: An Interview with Asako Shiomi,” (Kinko Ito); “Masako Watanabe: 50 Years of Making Girl’s and Ladies’ Comics in Japan,” (Kinko Ito); “Science, Technology, and Women Represented in Korean Sci-Fi Girls’ Comics,” (Sueen Noh); “Female Cartoonists in Uruguay,” (Raquel Orzuj).


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AUDIO VISUAL PRODUCTIONS:

1969

"Pied Type, A Load of Coal & the Laser." (With Douglas L. Dill). Huntington, W. VA: Marshall University, Department of Journalism, 1969. Three filmstrips of 174 frames, taped narration of 1.5 hours and written script of 32 pp. on history of American journalism.

1972

"Mass Media of Asia." Minneapolis: Vis-Com Inc., 1972. Slide show of 36 frames.

 

1975

"The Caribbean Mass Media." Minneapolis: Vis-Com Inc., 1975. Slide Show of 36 frames.

1979

"Defining Development Journalism." Columbia, MO: University of Missouri-AEJ International Division World Issues Resources Unit. Audio. No. 49. May 12, 1979.

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ARTICLES:

1953

"Student Handbook Can Be a Big Help." Scholastic Editor. April 1953, pp. 14-15.

1959

"Thy Story O'er." (With Robert Moore). Ohio Alumnus. June 1959, pp. 23-54.

1961

"The Theater and Its Publics." Marquee. Spring 1961.

1963

"College Survey Points to Help from Press." Editor & Publisher. June 29, 1963, pp. 51, 53.

1965

"What Is a Social Worker?" Social Work (Philippines). Summer 1965, p. 1.

"Philippine Mass Communications Bibliography." Silliman Journal (Philippines). XII:3 (1965), pp. 291-392.

1966

"Philippine Press--History and Problems." Journalism Quarterly. December 1966, pp. 739-752.

"Philippine Press." Journalist's World (Belgium). Fourth Quarter, 1966, pp. 25-28. (In French, Spanish, Arabic, English editions).

"Ill-informed Students." Editor & Publisher. May 14, 1966, p. 7 (Reprinted by Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, Family Weekly (in part), Charleston, W. Va. Gazette-Mail and a Japanese newspaper).

"Fayette County Press Struggle." West Virginia Press Bulletin. Summer 1966, pp. 16-18.

"Test Results." Publishers' Quill. May 1966, pp. 7-10.

1967

"TV in the Philippines." Television Quarterly. Fall 1967, pp. 92-101.

"Philippine Press--History and Problems." Silliman Journal (Philippines). First Quarter, 1967, pp. 67-90.

"Journalism Education in the Philippines." Dialogue (Philippines). December 1967, pp. 77-83.

"Movies in the Philippines." Silliman Journal (Philippines). Fourth Quarter, 1967, pp. 454-478.

1968

"History of the Japanese Press." Gazette (Netherlands). XIV:I 1968, pp. 7-36.

"Influence of Transistor Radio in Philippines." EBU Review (Switzerland). May 1968, pp. 39-40. (In French and English editions).

"Book Publishing in the Philippines." Unitas (Philippines). June 1968, pp. 262-275.

"Philippine Radio--History and Problems." Asian Studies (Philippines). April 1968, pp. 37-52.

"Personnel Problems Arrest Growth of Community Press." The Word (India). December 1968, pp. 25-28.

"Philippine News Service." The Word (India). December 1968, pp. 35-36.

1969

"Advertising in the Philippines." Philippine Studies (Philippines). January 1969, pp. 72-97.

"Magazines in the Philippines." Gazette (Netherlands). XV:1 (1969), pp. 21-43.

"The Philippine Provincial Press." Silliman Journal (Philippines). Third Quarter, 1969, pp. 273-290.

"Massa Media in de Antillen." Ruku (Curacao). No. 0002 (September 1969), pp. 10-26.

"West Virginia Newspaper History Series." 19 articles published under Lent editorship in West Virginia Hillbilly, 1969-71. (Reprinted in West Virginia Encyclopedia).

1970

"The Troubled Chinese Dailies of the Philippines." Journalism Quarterly. Spring 1970, pp. 131-138.

"La Prensa Guerrillera en Las Filipinas, 1941-45." Estudios Orientales (Mexico). V:1 (1970), pp. 37-58.

"Philippine Media and Nation-Building: An Overview." Gazette (Netherlands). XVI:1 (1970), pp. 2-12.

"Guerrilla Press of the Philippines, 1941-45." Asian Studies (Philippines). August 1970, pp. 260-274.

1971

"Philippine Newspapers from 1941 to 1947--The Occupation and Liberation Periods." Journalism (Pakistan). IV:1 (1971), pp. 8-21.

"Mass Media in the Netherlands Antilles." Gazette (Netherlands). XVII:1/2 (1971), pp. 51-73.

"Smallness is Problem of Antillean Press." Democratic Journalist (Czechoslovakia). No. 2, 1971, pp. 15-16. (In French, Spanish, Russian and English editions).

"The Press on Wheels: A History of the Frontier Index." Journal of the West. October 1971, pp. 662-699.

"Transcontinental: A Press on Wheels for Travelers Existed 100 Years Ago." The Quill. February 1971, pp. 26-27. (Reprinted in The Newspaper Collector's Gazette. May 1971, pp. 4-5).

"The Press on Wheels: A History of the Frontier Index of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Elsewhere?" Annals of Wyoming. Fall 1971, pp. 165-203.

1972

"Developing a Medium for Island Masses: Stapling the Pages Clipped Circulation." IPI Report (Switzerland). November 1972, pp. 8-9.

"A Reluctant Revolution Among Asian Newspapers." Gazette. XVIII: 1 (1972). pp. 1-23.

"Two Migratory Newspapers of the West." The Pacific Historian. Winter 1972, pp. 54-69.

Book review of Richard Merritt's Communication in International Politics. Journalism Quarterly. Winter 1972, pp. 771-772.

1973

"Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media: History and Development." Gazette. XIX:2 (1973), pp. 91-106.

"Press Freedom in the Commonwealth Caribbean." Index on Censorship (England). Autumn 1973, pp. 55-70.

"Ya Zhou Bao Ye Di Hoan Man Bian Ge." Sing Pin (Penang, Malaysia). November 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 1973. (Six part series in Chinese on Asian press).

"Penang Communication Courses Revamped." Leader: Malaysian Journalism Review. January 1973, pp. 32 , 34.

"A Reluctant Revolution Among Other Asian Newspapers: Strict Control by Governments." The Press Council of India Review (India). January 1973, p. 15.

"J-Education Abroad: Malaysian Students Prefer Rewrites to News Gathering." Journalism Educator. October 1973, pp. 12-15.

"Few Laughs Left for Asia's Cartoonists." Leader: Malaysian Journalism Review. 2:4 (1973), pp. 10-12

"Book review of John Hohenberg's New Era in the Pacific. Journalism Quarterly. Spring 1973, pp. 170-171.

1974

"The Philippine Press Under Martial Law." Index on Censorship (England). Spring 1974, pp. 47-59.

"Imperialism by Questionnaires." Democratic Journalist. No. 9, 1974 , pp. 14-17. (In English, French, Spanish, Russian, Hungarian editions).

"The Philippine Press Under Martial Law." Indian Press (India). August 1974, pp. 23-31.

"The Press in Laos." Index on Censorship. Autumn 1974, pp. 31-34.

"Mass Media in Laos." Gazette. XX:3 (1974), pp. 170-179.

"Malaysia--Where Mass Media Are State Business." IPI Report (Switzerland). November 1974, pp. 1-3.

"Underground Press Fills the Gaps in the Philippines." IPI Report. December 1974, pp. 3, 4, 9.

"Malaysia's Guided Media." Index on Censorship. Winter 1974, pp. 65-75.

"Press Controls in the West Indies." Freedom of Information Center Report No. 325. (University of Missouri). August 1974, 13 pp.

"Malaysian Indians and Their Mass Media." South East Asian Studies (Kyoto, Japan). December 1974, pp. 344-349.

"Malaysian Chinese and Their Mass Media." Asian Profile (Hong Kong). August 1974, pp. 397-412.

"Malaysian Indians and Their Mass Media." The Word (India). December 1974, pp. 24-26.

"V. Bibliographical Survey. Mass Communications Bibliography of the English Speaking Caribbean." Caribbean Studies. July 1974, pp. 159-202.

1975

"The Price of Modernity: Cultural Confusion and Media Infusion Leave Few Options for the Commonwealth Caribbean." Journal of Communication. Spring 1975, pp. 128-135.

"Small Caribbean Media Avoid Foreign Ownership." Journalism Quarterly. Spring 1975, pp. 114-117.

"Point, Counterpoint: Underground Press Fills the Gaps in the Philippines." The Philippine Chronicle (Chicago). April 1975, pp. 3, 7, 11.

"In Malaysia, Mass Media Are State Business!" Indian Press. February 1975, pp. 19-21, 24.

"The Tragedy of Mass Media in Laos." Indian Press. March 1975, pp. 19-23.

"From Dec. 1974 Issue of IPI Report: Underground Press Fills the Gaps in the Philippines." The Philippine Times. July 1-15, 1975, pp. 5-6.

"English-Language Mass Media of Malaysia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Gazette. XXI:2 (1975), pp. 95-113.

"Asian Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." Journal of Broadcasting. 19:3 (Summer 1975), pp. 321-340.

"Lee Kuan Yew and the Singapore Media: 'Protecting the People.'" Index on Censorship. 4:3 (Autumn 1975), pp. 7-16.

"Mass Media in the Developing World: Four Conundrums." The Democratic Journalist. 9/1975, pp. 8-10.

"Bangladesh: An About Face Followed by New Uncertainty." IPI Report. October 1975, pp. 8-10.

"Lent Discusses Thorny Problems of Media in Developing Nations." Action. (London). November 1975, p. 8.

"English-Speaking Caribbean Media History: Bibliographic References and Research Sources." Journalism History. Summer 1975, pp. 58-60.

"Media Must Serve Masses, Not Just Elites." Action. (London). December 1975, p. 7.

"Mass Media in Developing World: Four Conundrums." Vidura (India). June-August 1975, pp. 149-157.

"In My View: The Guided Press." Media for Asia's Communications Industry. November 1975, pp. 6-7.

"Government Policies Reshape Malaysia's Diverse Media." Journalism Quarterly. Winter 1975, pp. 663-669, 734.

"Sunday Newspapers and Creative Writing in Malaysia." The Word (India). December 1975, pp. 17-19.

1976

"Lent Relates Press Freedom and Development." Action. (London). January 1976, p. 7.

"Be Specific When Marking Papers in Reporting Class." Journalism Educator. January 1976, p. 31.

"Third World Needs New Media Research." Action. (London). February 1976, p. 7.

"Former Colonies Well Supplied: Media Contrasts in Caribbean." The Times of the Americas. March 3, 1976, p. 2.

"The Problem of Foreign Equity in Carib Media." Jamaica Daily News. March 6, 1976.

"Caribbean Media Rationale." Jamaica Daily News. March 7, 1976; Part 3, March 8, 1976; Part 4, March 9, 1976.

"Caribbean Mass Communications: Selected Information Sources." Journal of Broadcasting. Winter 1976, pp. 111-125.

"The Motion Picture in Malaysia: History and Problems." CILECT (Brussels). 9, 1976. pp. 19-25.

"Television in Malaysia." Television Quarterly. May-July 1976, pp. 51-55.

"What Has Changed in Asia's Media." AMCB (Singapore). March-June 1976, p. 15.

"Missing Links in Mass Communications Research in Malaysia." Media Asia (Singapore). 2:4 (1975), pp. 217-219.

"Newspapers Re-Open But Repressive Press Laws Remain." IPI Report. August 1976, pp. 8-9.

"Caribbean Press Hemmed in with Controls." IPI Report. September 1976, pp. 1-2, 4.

"Jammed: Recent Interference with Broadcasting--Philippines." IPI Report. September 1976, pp. 6-7.

"Malaysia Short on Media." Grassroots Editor. Fall 1976, pp. 5-6.

"Foreign News Content of United States and Asian Print Media: A Literature Review and Problem Analysis." Gazette. 22:3 (1976), pp. 169-182.

"Most Philippines Papers Stick to Government Line Under Martial Law." IPI Report. November 1976, pp. 5, 12.

"Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media." The Democratic Journalist. 10/1976, pp. 8-11.

"The Motion Picture in Malaysia: History and Problems." Asian Profile. June 1976, pp. 261-270.

"How Independent Are Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media in the Era of Independence?" Revista/Review Interamericana. Spring 1976, pp. 78-86.

"Oldest Existing Commonwealth Caribbean Newspapers." Caribbean Quarterly. December 1976, pp. 90-106.

"Commonwealth Caribbean: Production and Consumption of the Mass Media." Caribbean Studies. July 1976, pp. 184-218.

1977

"Foreign News in the American Media." Journal of Communication. Winter 1977, pp. 46-51.

"Recent Directions (Or Lack of Such) in the Mass Media of the Commonwealth Caribbean." Caribbean Monthly Bulletin. February 1977, pp. 21-26.

"Development Communication: Watch Dog or Lap Dog?" Development Communication Report. July 1977, pp. 1-3.

"The Burnt-Out Candle: Thailand's Brief Press Freedom." Index on Censorship. July-August 1977, pp. 45-50.

"A Third World News Deal? Part One: The Guiding Light." Index on Censorship. September-October 1977, pp. 17-26.

"Formal Training Program Under Way in West Indies." Journalism Educator. October 1977, pp. 47-49.

"Revolution of the Flies--It Aimed at Dirt and Set the Stage for Tyranny." IPI Report. November 1977, pp. 8-11. Special Correspondent.

"Why Editors Feared a Phone Call from Mr. Manley." IPI Report. November 1977, pp. 13-14.

"Development Communication: Watch Dog or Lap Dog?" Alpha: Bhavan's Communications Monthly. September-October 1977, pp. 23-27. Reprinted from Development Communication Report.

"The Caribbean Press: A Survey. The Long, Long Case of the State Versus Dayclean." IPI Report. October 1977, pp. 12-13.

"In Quest of the Paraphernalia of Modernity: Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media." Revista/Review Interamericana. Summer 1977, pp. 260-275.

"The Burnt-Out Candle!­" Tawan Ok Paritat (Thai newsmagazine). October 14, 1977, pp. 29-32. Thai.

Book review, Ethnic and Social Stratification in Peninsular Malaysia, by Charles Hirschman. Contemporary Sociology. May 1977, p. 361.

1978

"Guided Information: The Mass Media of Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines." Indian Press. January 1978, pp. 19-26.

"Malaysia's National Language Mass Media: History and Present Status." South East Asian Studies (Japan). 15 (4), pp. 105-119.

"True (?) Confessions--TV in Malaysia and Singapore." Index on Censorship. March/April 1978, pp. 9-18.

"Press Freedom in Asia: The Quiet, But Completed, Revolution." Gazette. 24:1 (1978), pp. 41-60.

"Mass Media in Latin America: Introduction." Journal of Broadcasting. 22:2 (Spring 1978), pp. 195-196.

"Mass Media in Malaysia." Asian Profile. April 1978, pp. 153-161.

"Students Learn Importance of Getting Facts Firsthand." Journalism Educator. July 1978, pp. 10-14, 25.

"Mass Communication Research in Southeast Asia: Recent Trends and Developments." Asian Thought and Society. September 1978, pp. 143-153.

"Advertising and National Development: The Case of Malaysia." Studies in Third World Societies. September 1978, pp. 69-82.

"Preface." In Joseph Weinstock, comp. Directory. Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei Studies. Personnel/Programs/Resources. Ithaca: Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, 1978.

"Key Sources on Southeast Asian Mass Communications." Media Asia. 5, 1, 1978, pp. 41-49.

"The Philippine Press During the Revolution and the Filipino-American War." Asian Thought and Society. December 1978, pp. 308-322.

"Key Sources on Southeast Asian Mass Communications." South-East Asia Library Group Newsletter. December 1978, pp. 8-28.

"Mass Media, Folk Media and Rural Masses in the Third World." The Third World Review. Fall 1978, pp. 1-19.

"Sources for the Study of Asian Broadcasting: 1974-1978." Media Asia. 5:4, 1978, pp. 229-234.

1979

"Brunei: Television in a Rich Ministate." BME's World Broadcast News. March-April 1979, p. 10.

"Key Sources on Southeast Asian Mass Communications." International Library Review. 11, 1979, pp. 285-299.

"A Content Analysis of National Media Coverage of Asian News and Information." (With Shanti Rao) Gazette. 25:1, 1979, pp. 17-22.

"Social Change and the Human Right of Freedom of Expression in Malaysia." Universal Human Rights. July-September 1979, pp. 51-60.

"Historical and Problem Analysis of Southeast Asian Mass Communication Research." South East Asian Studies (Kyoto). June 1979, pp. 131-156.

"Mass Communications in the Third World: Some Ethical Considerations." Studies in Third World Societies. September 1979, pp. 1-16.

"Preface." Studies in Third World Societies. September 1979, pp. v-viii.

"Preface." Studies in Third World Societies. December 1979, pp. v-vi.

Review of Elihu Katz and George Wedell. Broadcasting in the Third World: Promise and Performance. In Journal of Asian Studies. February 1979, pp. 322-324.

Review of Jim Richstad and Michael McMillan. Mass Communication and Journalism in the Pacific Islands: A Bibliography. In Pacific Affairs. Spring 1979, pp. 169-170.

Review of P. Horton. The Third World and Press Freedom. In Journalism Quarterly. Autumn 1979, p. 644.

Review of Adhikarya. Broadcasting in Peninsular Malaysia. In Asian Forum. Spring/Summer 1979, pp. 129-131.

1980

"Influencia de las Transnacionales en los Medios de Comunicación de Masas en la Commonwealth del Caribe." Comunicación (Venezuela). January 1980, pp. 38-52.

"Grassroots Renaissance: Folk Media in Third World Nations." Folklore (United Kingdom). Vol. 91, 1980, pp. 78-91.

"The Missionary Press of Asia, 1550-1860." Communicatio Socialis (Germany). April - June 1980, pp. 119-141.

"Press and Government in East Asia: An Overview." Asia Quarterly--A Journal from Europe (Belgium). 2, 1980, pp. 127-137.

"Kawalan Terhadap Media Cetak." Nadi Insan (Malaysia). July 1980, pp. 13-15.

"National Development and Mass Media in the Commonwealth Caribbean," Caribbean Monthly Bulletin. May 1980, pp. 36-41.

"Grassroots Renaissance: The Increasing Importance of Folk Media in Third World Nations." Asian Folklore Studies (Nagoya). XXXIX, 2, 1980, pp. 145-162.

"Mass Communications Research in the Caribbean: Background and Problems." Revista/Review Interamericana. Winter, 1980, pp. 602-614.

Review of Newell Grenfell. Switch-On, Switch Off. In Pacific Affairs. Fall 1980, p. 605.

1981

"The Perpetual See-Saw: Press Freedom in the ASEAN Countries." Human Rights Quarterly. February 1981, pp. 62-77.

"Visual Literacy in the Third World: A Brief Literature Review and Problem Analysis." Multiverse (India). April 1981, pp. 35-45.

"The Press of the French Antilles: A History and Listing of Periodicals." Publishing History. VIII, 1980, pp. 45-64.

"Increasing Importance of Folk Media in Third World Nations." Vidura. October 1981, pp. 355, 357-363.

"Freedom of Press in East Asia." Human Rights Quarterly. November 1981, pp. 137-149.

"Mass Communications of the Netherlands Antilles: What a Difference a Decade Makes." Gazette. 28:3, 1981, pp. 141-155.

"Mass Media in the Virgin Islands: A Contemporary View." Gazette. 28:3, 1981 pp. 157-169.

1982

Third World Mass Communications: A Basic Bibliography." Media Information Australia. February 1982, pp. 94-103.

"Grassroots Renaissance: Folk Media in the Third World." Media Asia. 9:1, 1982, pp. 9-17.

"Newsboys Begging Broadsides in Pennsylvania." Media History Digest. Summer 1982, pp. 45-49.

"Badania Masowego Komunikowania W Krajach Trzeciego Swiata (Przeglad Literatury Przedmiotu)." Zeszyty Prasoznawcze. XXIII: 1-2 (91-92), 1982, pp. 145-168.

"ASEAN Mass Communications and Cultural Submission." Media, Culture and Society. April 1982, pp. 171-189.

"Mass Media and Socialist Governments in the Commonwealth Caribbean." Human Rights Quarterly. Summer 1982, pp. 371-390.

"Beginnings of the Press in Asean (1593-1850)." Media Asia. 9:3 (1982), pp. 165-169.

"How Broadcasting Operates in the ASEAN Countries." Index on Censorship. October 1982, pp. 6-9.

"Telematics in the Year 2000: Some Moral Questions." Democratic Journalist. No. 11, 1982, pp. 28-29.

"Mass Media in East Malaysia and Brunei." Gazette. 30, 1982, pp. 97-108

"Comic Books, Funnies and Political Cartoons: The Asian Experience." International Popular Culture. 2, 2, 1982, pp. 22-51.

"Freedom of the Press in the Philippines: A Post-Martial Law Account with Update Since Aquino Assassination." Pilipinas: A Journal of Philippine Studies. December 1982, pp. 1-13.

Review of Wilbur Schramn and Erwin Atwood. Circulation of News in the Third World: A Study of Asia. In Journal of Communication. Summer 1982, pp. 219-220.

Review of Ding Choo Ming. A Bibliography of Bibliographies on Malaysia. In International Association of Orientalist Librarians Bulletin. 20, 1982, pp. 36-37.

Review of Marcelo Soriano. The Quiet Revolt of the Philippine Press. In Pilipinas: A Journal of Philippine Studies. December 1982, pp. 61-62.

1983

"Western Type Communications Research in the Third World--A Critical Appraisal." Vidura. February 1983, pp. 33, 35-38.

"Comic Art in Asia: History and Present Status." Asian Thought and Society. March - July 1983, pp. 94-111.

"Some Impressions of Cuban Mass Media." World Media Report. May 1983, pp. 4-5.

"Media Autonomy in the Third World: No Win." Cultural Survival Quarterly. Summer 1983, pp. 12-13.

"The Philippine Press at the Advent of the 1980s." Crossroads. June 1983, pp. 83-93.

"A Cruel Deception: Government and Mass Media in the Philippines After Martial Law." Index on Censorship. November-December 1983, pp. 27-30.

"Nun's the Word." Index on Censorship. September-October 1983, p. 6.

"Asian Women in Media Since 1890, Bibliographer Finds; Women's Pages and Magazines Began About 1900." Media Report to Women. January-February 1984, p. 4.

"Heyday of the Indian Studio System: The 1930s." Asian Profile. October 1983, pp. 465-474.

"History and Problems of Film in Korea. Part I." CILECT Newsletter. June 1983, pp. 7-15.

"History and Problems of Film in Korea. Part II." CILECT Newsletter. December 1983, pp. 5-13.

1984

"To and From the Grave: Press Freedom in South Asia." Gazette. 33, 1984, pp. 17-36.

"A Revolt Against a Revolution: The Fight Against Illegal Video." Media Asia. 11, 1, 1984, pp. 25-30.

"Cobertura Noticiosa Centroamericana." Chasqui (Ecuador). January-March 1984, pp. 23-26.

"Atomic Bombings of Japan As Reported in the New York Times and the Asahi Shimbun." Keio Communication Review. No. 5, March 1984, pp. 91-108.

"Motion Pictures in South Korea." Asian Culture Quarterly. Spring 1984, pp. 11-26.

"Asian Cinema: A Selected International Bibliography. Part I. East Asia, Featuring Japan." Journal of Film and Video. Summer 1984, pp. 75-84.

"Journalism Training in Cuba Emphasizes Politics, Ideology." Journalism Educator. Autumn 1984, pp. 12-15.

"Human Rights in Malaysia." Journal of Contemporary Asia. 14:4, 1984, pp. 442-458.

"Restructuring of Mass Media in Malaysia and Singapore--Pounding in the Coffin Nails?" Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars. October-December 1984, pp. 26-35.

"Films and Governments of the ASEAN." Asian Cultural Quarterly. Winter 1984, pp. 37-49.

Review of George Gerbner and Marsha Siefert, eds. World Communications: A Handbook. In Journal of Communication. Autumn 1984, pp. 188, 217-219.

Review of David Stewart, Desmond Keegan and Borje Holmberg, eds. Distance Education: International Perspectives. In International Education Review. Fall 1984, pp. 17-18.

1985

"Video in Asia: Frivolity, Frustration, Futility." Media Development. 32:1, 1985, pp. 8-10.

"North American Culture Invades the Leeward Islands." Media Development. 32:2, 1985, pp. 24-25.

"Women and Mass Communications: The Asian Literature." Gazette. 35, 1985, pp. 123-142.

"Western-Type Communications Research in the Third World--A Critical Appraisal." Communicare. April 1985, pp. 5-14.

"40 Years Ago: How Big Papers Covered Bombs That Ended War." Media History Digest. Summer 1985, pp. 2-5, 30-31, 38-41. (With Mayumi Yamaguchi).

"Western-Type Communication Research in the Third World--A Critical Appraisal." World Communication. Fall 1985, pp. 149-161.

"Cuban Mass Media After 25 Years of Revolution." Journalism Quarterly. Autumn 1985, pp. 609-615, 704.

"Comic Art: An International Bibliography." Media Development. 4, 1985, pp. 44-47.

"Asian Cinema: A Selected International Bibliography-Part II: Southeast and South Asia, Plus Taiwan and Korea." The Journal of Film and Video. Summer 1985, pp. 76-82.

"Different Japanese Comic Strip." Media History Digest. Fall 1985, p. 51.

"Mass Media in Grenada: Three Lives in a Decade." Journalism Quarterly. Winter 1985, pp. 755-762.

1986

"First the Cultural Revolution, Now the Media Revolution." Media Development. 1/1986, pp. 23-25.

"Rickey Singh: In Search of a Country." IPI Report. March 1986, pp. 12-13.

"Government-Media Relationships in the Philippines: A Mid-1980s Assessment." Asian Thought and Society. March 1986, pp. 49-59.

"The WILD, WILD Names of Newspapers." Media History Digest. Spring-Summer 1986, pp.36-39.

"North American Culture Invades the Leeward Islands." St. Kitts Labour Spokesman. June 11, 1986, p. 4.

"Malaysian Film: A Brief Literature Review." Jurnal Kewartawanan Malaysia: Malaysian Journalism Review. April/May/June 1986, pp. 37-38.

"Some Research Concerns for Indian Press." Media Monitor. July-August 1986, p. 5.

"Bulletin Girls Who Left the 'Safe Zone.'" IPI Report. August 1986, pp. 8-10.

"The Press under Aquino." Index on Censorship. September 1986, pp. 8-9.

"The Evolution of Development Communication: A Brief History." Indian Journal of Communication. July-September 1986, pp. 1-12.

"Literature Review on Comics and Development." Development Communication Report. Autumn 1986, pp. 12-13.

"Comic Art: An International Bibliography." Communicator. January-April 1986, pp. 26-27, 30.

"The Philippines: How Free Is the Philippines? Some Impressions and Reflections." Asian Thought and Society. June-December 1986, pp. 245-250.

"Communication Literature Growth in Malaysia." Berita. Fall 1986, pp. 1-6.

Interview. "Dialogue Between Scholars of China and the West." Asia and World Institute Digest. (Taiwan). #27, 1986.

"New Information Technology: Myths, Questions, Alternatives." Communicator. July-August 1986, pp. 3-9.

Review of The Manipulated Press and The Philippine Press: Under Siege. In Pilipinas. Spring 1986, pp. 108-110.

Review of Valbueva, Lowe and Jayaweera books. In Asian Thought and Society. June-December 1986, pp. 271-273.

1987

"A Lot about Lat: An Exclusive Interview." Berita. Winter 1987, pp. 28-34.

"Third World Communication." Communication Booknotes. January-February 1987, pp. 19-20.

"A Lot of Lat: An Interview with Malaysia's Premier Cartoonist." WittyWorld. Summer 1987, pp. 28-30.

"John A. Lent on Journals." Column. WittyWorld. Summer 1987, p. 43.

"The Press and the Third World." Harvard International Review. April 1987, pp. 21-23, 26.

"Mass Media in the Leeward Islands: Press Freedom, Media Imperialism and Popular Culture." Studies in Latin America Popular Culture. Vol. 6, 1987, pp. 245-259.

"Transnational Linkages to Singaporean and Malaysian Print Culture." Indian Journal of Communication. January-March 1987, pp. 1-8.

"What's Lat Got To Do with Us?" Sasaran. No. 8, 1987, pp. 12-15.

"The Daily Press of China: A Symposium. An Overview and Introduction." Asian Thought and Society. July 1987, pp. 137-140.

"Technologies de L'Information Mythes, Questions et Alternatives." Revue Tiers Monde. July-September 1987, pp. 613-625.

"Reading Between the Lines: Controversy over Liberian Cartoonist's Plight." WittyWorld. Autumn 1987, pp. 8-9.

"Journals." (Column) WittyWorld. Autumn 1987, p. 39.

"Changing News and Information Values Worldwide: Whistling in the Dark?" Democratic Journalist. October 1987, pp.13-14.

"How Malaysia's Ruler Exploits Racial Tension." Newsday. December 8, 1987, p. 77. (New York edition also).

"Press Freedom in the Philippines: The Final Months of Marcos." Pilipinas. Fall 1987, pp. 35-49.

"Problems of the Film Industries of Taiwan, Hong Kong and the Philippines." Asian Cinema Studies Society Newsletter. III:1, 1987, pp. 14-15.

"Cultural, Political and Economic Consequences of Asian Mass Media: A Contemporary and Futuristic Overview." Asian Profile. December 1987, pp. 581-589.

"Enquesta Sobre la Investigacio de la Comunicacio Internacional." Analisi. Quaderns de Comunicacio i Cultura. December 1987, pp. 25-27.

"Impact and Development of the Communication Industry in Malaysia." Sasaran. July-December 1987, pp. 14, 33.

"A Curriculum for Communication at the End of the 20th Century." Sasaran. July-December 1987, pp. 8-9.

"Sources on ISA Detentions." Berita. Fall 1987. pp. 2-6.

"Transnational Linkages of Singaporean and Malaysian Print Culture." Southeast Asian Business. Summer 1987, pp. 22-24.

"New Information Technologies: Myths, Questions, Alternatives." The Bulletin of the Institute for Communications Research, Keio University. No. 28, 1987, pp. 1-26

Review of Joe Quirino. Don Jose and the Early Philippine Cinema. In Pilipinas. Spring 1987, pp. 80-81.

Review of The Philippine Press Under Siege Vol. II. In Pilipinas. Spring 1987, pp. 98-99.

Review of Maurice Horn. Contemporary Graphic Artists. In WittyWorld. Autumn 1987, p. 37.

Review of P. C. Chatterji. Broadcasting in India. In CHOICE. December 1987, pp. 110-111.

Review of Dov Shinar. Palestinian Voices. In CHOICE. November 1987, p. 74.

Review of Tran Van Dinh. Independence, Liberation, Revolution. In Media Asia. 14:3, 1987, pp. 174-175.

1988

"Bummers, Snakers-in-der-Grass, Skallywaggers. Katzies Take (and Give) Abuses for 90 Years in the World's Oldest On-going Comic Strip." WittyWorld. Spring 1988, pp. 33-35.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Spring 1988, pp. 40.

"Communication Education in Malaysia: A Retrospective, Prospective and Introspective View." Forum Komunikasi. January 1988, pp. 109-116.

"Literature Review: Japan-United States Bi-National Communication and Information Flows and Usages." Shinbun Kenkyu (Newspaper Study). January 1988, pp. 50-54.

"United States Foreign News Coverage and the Case of Central America." Revista/Review Interamericana. Spring to Winter 1988, pp. 40-48.

"News Butches, Presses on Wheels, and Reading Travelers." Antiques and Collecting Hobbies. May 1988, pp. 56-57, 77-78.

"LaPalme and His Salon: A Double Anniversary." WittyWorld. Summer 1988, pp. 8-11.

"Milton Caniff 1907-1988." WittyWorld. Summer 1988, pp. 4-5.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Summer 1988, p. 40

"Pioneer Women Editors--The Stockdale Sisters of Bermuda." Printing History. 10:1, 1988, pp. 36-39.

"Newspaper Naming in the United States." Journal of Newspaper and Periodical History. Spring 1988, pp. 16-21.

"Southeast Asia Film Education and Research." Asian Cinema. III:2, 1988, pp. 4-5.

"Nowa Technologia Informacyjna: Mity, Problemy, Alternatywy." Zeszyty Prasoznawcze. 29:3 (117), 1988, pp. 15-28.

"The Seriously Funny Art of Comics." Group Media Journal. VII/3-4, 1988, pp. 3-5.

"Cuban Films and the Revolution." Caribbean Studies. 20:3-4, 1988, pp. 59-68.

"50 Years of Superman: The Triumphs, Trials, and Tribulations of Its Creators." WittyWorld. Autumn 1988, pp. 4-5.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Autumn 1988, p. 40.

Rebuttal to Roderick Cave. "The Stockdale Sisters Revisited: Women Printers and Editors in the West Indies." Printing History. 20 (10:2), 1988, pp. 38-40.

Review of Denis Gifford. British Animated Films. In WittyWorld. Spring 1988, pp. 38-39.

Review of Meheroo Jussawalla, et al. The Passing of Remoteness? Information Revolution in the Asia Pacific. In Journal of Communication. Winter 1988, pp. 137-139.

Review of Gifford. British Animated Films. In Society of Strip Illustration Newsletter. March 1988, p. 7.

Review of Gunter. Poor Reception. In CHOICE. May 1988, p. 82.

Review of Zeman. Heckling Hitler. In WittyWorld. Summer 1988, p. 37.

Review of Syed A. Rahim and Anthony J. Pennings. Computerization and Development in Southeast Asia. In Journal of Communication. Autumn 1988, pp. 163-165.

Review of MacKinnon and Friesen. China Reporting. In Asian Thought and Society. May 1988, pp. 152-153.

Review of Richard Armstrong. The Next Hurrah . In CHOICE. November 1988, p. 613.

Review of R. L. Stevenson. Communication, Development, and the Third World. In CHOICE. November 1988, pp. 110-111.

Review of R.S. West. Satire on Stone. In WittyWorld. Autumn 1988, p. 38.

1989

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1989, pp. 81-82.

"A Syndicate Where Others Fear to Tread." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1989, pp. 32-35.

"Communication Technology in the Caribbean: The Ever-Increasing Dependency." Caribbean Affairs. January-March 1989, pp. 155-179.

"Human Rights and Freedom of Expression in Malaysia and the Philippines." Asian Profile. April 1989, pp. 137-154.

"Komiks: National Book of the Philippines." Comics Journal. May 1989, pp. 79-84.

"The Seriously Funny Art of Comics." Philippine Daily Globe. November 13, 1989.

"Country of No Return: Belize Since Television." Belizean Studies. 17:1, 1989, pp. 14-36.

"Five Historical Stages of Cuban Mass Media 1723-1983." Studies in Latin American Popular Culture. Vol. 8, 1989, pp. 253-270.

Review of Ellen Mickiewicz. Split Signals. In CHOICE. January 1989, p. 126.

Review of David Banks. From Class to Culture: Social Conscience in Malay Novels Since Independence. In Pacific Affairs. Winter 1988-89, pp. 712-713.

Review of Bob Kain Cartoon Videos. Andy Donato, Political Cartoonist. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1989, p. 81.

Review of Al Grenier. Oddballs. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1989, p. 80.

Review of Deng Coy Miel. Cartoons of Deng Coy Miel. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1989, pp. 79-80.

Review of Negrine. Satellite Broadcasting. In CHOICE. May 1989, p. 112.

Review of Elizabeth Fox. Media and Politics in Latin America. In CHOICE. July 1989, p. 151.

Review of Chamorro. La Prensa: The Republic of Paper. In CHOICE. October 1989, pp. 141-142.

1990

"Dr. John Lent." Canadian Cartoonist. January 1990, p. 17.

"Malaysia Telecommunications, Inc." Berita. Winter 1990, pp. 9-17.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1990, pp. 90-91.

"But Some of Us Prefer Video." Intermedia. May 1990, pp. 34-35.

"An International Heyday of Comic Art." Nemzetkozi Vigyor. International Cartoon Festival Budapest 90 catalogue. Budapest, 1990, p. 3. (English and Hungarian)

"Malaysia Telecommunications, Inc.: The Growth of Computerization." Berita. Spring/Summer 1990, pp. 27-33.

"Grassroots Renaissance: Folk Media in the Third World." Sarilakas Grassroots Development. 5:1/2, 1990, pp. 25-32.

"Film in East Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Asian Culture Quarterly. Autumn 1990, pp. 1-19.

"Restructuring of Malaysian Mass Media." Berita. Fall 1990, pp. 10-14.

Review of Brasch. Zim. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1990, p. 89.

Review of German Political Satire and French Caricature. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1990, pp. 89-90.

Review of June Four. In CHOICE. July/August 1990, pp. 66-67.

Review of Chang. Mass Media in China. In CHOICE. June 1990, pp. 126-127.

Review of World Bibliographic Series. In Berita. Spring/Summer 1990, pp. 25-26.

Review of Edelstein et al. Communication and Culture: A Comparative Approach. In CHOICE. April 1990, p. 136.

Review of Uche. Mass Media, the People, and Politics in Nigeria. In CHOICE. October 1990, p. 156.

1991

"Who Owns Caribbean Mass Media? Foreign Domination--A Passing Phase." Caribbean Affairs. January-March 1991, pp. 117-141.

"Telematics in Malaysia: Room at the Top for a Selected Few." Ilmu Masyarakat. January-March 1991, pp. 17-50.

"Women and Mass Communications: A Selected International Bibliography." Media Development. 2/1991, pp. 30-32.

"Coverage of Japan-United States Trade Dispute: March-May 1987." Keio Communication Review. No. 13, 1991, pp. 39-56. (With James C. Tsao)

"Karl Marx: Greeley's Ace Foreign Correspondent." Media History Digest. Spring/Summer 1991, pp. 24-25.

"The International Horace Greeley." Media History Digest. Spring/Summer 1991, pp. 18-23.

"The Neglected Plight of Nigerian Cartoonists." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1991. pp. 30-31.

"3700 Entries from 72 Countries--Budapest Festival Hailed a Success." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1991, pp. 76-79.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1991, pp. 94-95.

"An International Heyday of Comic Art." FECO News. No. 11, 1991, p. 12.

"The Film Industries of Southeast Asia." Asian Culture Quarterly. Spring 1991, pp. 35-56.

"South Asian Cinema: The Cases of Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka." Asian Culture Quarterly. Summer 1991, pp. 21-34.

"Lively Cartooning in the Land of Castro." Comics Journal. September 1991, pp. 25-29.

"Caribbean Cartoonists Strive To Overcome Isolation, Anonymity and Low Wages." Comics Journal. October 1991, pp. 33-35.

"Historical Overview of Southeast Asian Film." Media Asia. 18:3 (1991), pp. 152-159, 163.

"Who Owns Caribbean Mass Media? Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. 16:31 (1991), pp. 29-56.

"Comics and Comic Art." Communication Booknotes. September-October 1991, pp. 108-111.

"Who Owns the Philippine Mass Media? -- An Historical and Contemporary Analysis." Pilipinas. Fall 1991, pp. 1-33.

"The Many Images of Santa in History of Cartoons." Media History Digest. Fall/Winter 1991, pp. 7-13.

Review of Curry. Poland's Journalists. In CHOICE. January , 1991, p. 114.

Review of Bessie Hackett Wilson. In Pilipinas. Fall 1990, pp. 57-58.

Review of World Bibliographical Series (five books). In Asian Thought and Society. January 1991, pp. 95-97.

Review of Heidt. Mass Media, Cultural Tradition, and National Identity. In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 22:1 (1991), pp. 227-228.

Review of Quester. The International Politics of Television. In CHOICE. April 1991, pp. 127-128.

Review of The Art of Babar. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1991, p. 91.

Review of Handbook of American Popular Culture. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1991, pp. 91-92.

Review of Shulman. The Voice of America. In CHOICE. September 1991, pp. 135-136.

Review of Mulliner and Mulliner. Brunei. In Berita. Fall 1991.

Review of Chan and Lee. Mass Media and Political Transition. In CHOICE. December 1991, p. 114.

1992

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 44.

"Dr. Seuss Dies at 87." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 9.

"The Shrink with Pen and Ink: Cuban Cartoonist/Psychiatrist Ares." WittyWorld. Winter-Spring 1992, pp. 33-36.

"Born Out of a Catastrophe, Osten Gallery Becomes One of World's Most Important Exhibitions." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 37.

"Yugoslav Cartooning Thrives Amidst Turmoil." Comics Journal. May 1992, pp. 37-39.

"Stores Won't Stock Cartoon Book." Comics Journal. October 1992, p. 27.

"Qu'est-ce Que C'est?" (response to Nikola Atchine). Comics Journal. October 1992, pp. 7-9.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Winter 1993, pp. 42-43.

"God Willing, I Will Avoid the Venus Flytrap of Hackdom--Chris Browne." WittyWorld. Winter 1993, pp. 30-31, 33-35.

"St. Just le Martel--the Festive Cartoon Salon" WittyWorld. Winter 1993, pp. 26-27.

"A Historical Perspective on the Korean Cinema." Asian Thought and Society. May-August 1992, pp. 133-142. (With Hoonsoon Kim).

"Mujeres Periodistas en el Caribe." Homines. October 1991-December 1992, pp. 265-272.

"Publications." Asian Cinema. 6:1/2 (1992), pp. 22-29.

"Chinese Comic Art: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Asian Culture. Winter 1992, pp. 27-46.

Review of Faringer. Press Freedom in Africa. In CHOICE. January 1992, p. 117.

Review of Barker. Comics: Ideology, Power, and the Critics. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, pp.42-43.

Review of Farwell. The Charged Image. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 43.

Review of Benton. The Comic Book in America. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 43.

Review of Ramani and Varma. Humour and Productivity. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 43.

Review of van der Keyl. How To Sell the One Minute Caricature. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1992, p. 44.

Review of Salwen and Garrison. Latin American Journalism. In CHOICE. July-August 1992, pp. 137-138.

Review of Baughman. The Republic of Mass Culture. In CHOICE. October 1992, p. 146.

Review of Bethemi Dobkin. Tales of Terror. In CHOICE. December 1992, p. 92.

Review of Robert Moore. The Political Reality of Freedom of Press in Zambia. In CHOICE. December 1992, pp. 96-97.

Review of David Paletz and Alex Schmid. Terrorism and the Media. In CHOICE. December 1992, p. 98.

Review of Jennifer Lindsay. Javanese Gamelan. In Asian Thought and Society. September-December 1992, p. 243.

1993

"Ups and Downs of Cartooning Incomes Worldwide." WittyWorld. Winter 1993, pp. 22-23. (With Joe Szabo).

"The Renaissance of Taiwan's Cartoon Arts." Asian Culture Quarterly. Spring 1993, pp. 1-17.

"The Historical and Global Dimensions of Comic Art." Philippines Communication Journal. March 1993, pp. 1-12.

"A Cartoonist's Perspective on Cartooning in Taiwan." Philippines Communication Journal. March 1993, pp. 13-14.

"Antonio Velasquez, Father of Philippine Komiks." Philippines Communication Journal. March 1993, pp. 47-50.

"R. K. Laxman and India's Common Man." Philippines Communication Journal. March 1993, pp. 63-70.

"Millionaires, Pirates, and Risk Takers." Big O Magazine. April 1993, pp. 74-75.

"The Brutal World of Hongkong Comics." Big O Magazine. May 1993, pp. 70-72.

"The Best of 1992. Second Part." Kayhan Caricature. May 1993. (With Joe Szabo).

"Ares." Kayhan Caricature. June 1993.

"Risky Business." Big O Magazine. June 1993, pp. 67-68.

"The View from the Outside." Big O Magazine. July 1993, pp. 63-65.

"WittyWorld Survey Continues." Kayhan Caricature. July 1993.

"Cartoons in Hong Kong and South Korea." Asian Culture Quarterly. Summer 1993, pp. 16-32.

"Making Cents of the Comics Trade." Big O Magazine. August 1993, pp. 61-63. (With Joe Szabo). Abstracted in Comics News Service from Poland. January-March 1993, p. 3.

"Southeast Asian Cartooning: Comics in Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia." Asian Culture Quarterly. Winter 1993, pp. 11-23.

"The World's Media Titans." Jurnal Komunikasi. 9/1993, pp. 91-100.

"In Many Cartoonists' Eyes: Editors are 'Inexperienced,' 'Bureaucratic,' 'Careless,' 'Meddling,' 'Sloppy,' 'Indifferent,' 'Insipid,' 'Narrow-Minded,' 'Humorless,' 'Ignorant,' 'Disrespectful,' and 'Bad.'" WittyWorld. Summer 1993, pp. 28-29. (With Joe Szabo).

"Preserving for the Public Domain." WittyWorld. Summer 1993, pp. 39-40.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Summer 1993, pp. 43-44.

"Riding Rails to Success: News 'Butches' at Work." Media History Digest. Fall/Winter 1993, pp. 22-26.

Review of Larry Feign. How the Animals Do It. In WittyWorld. Winter 1993, p. 41.

Review of Philip Gaunt. Making the Newsmakers. In CHOICE. March 1993, p. 131.

Review of Russell Neuman. Common Knowledge: News and the Construction of Political Meaning. In CHOICE. May 1993, pp. 119-120.

Review of James Wood. History of International Broadcasting. In CHOICE. October 1993, pp. 149-150.

Review of Colleen Roach. Communication and Culture in War and Peace. In CHOICE. December 1993, p. 122.

Review of Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei Newspapers. In Berita. Spring/Summer 1993, pp. 4-5.

Review of Impact of Multinational Investments in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. In Berita. Spring/Summer 1993, p. 5.

Review of Phil Yeh. Winged Tiger. In WittyWorld. Summer 1993, p. 41.

Review of Harold Hinds, Jr. Not Just for Children. In WittyWorld. Summer 1993, p. 41.

Review of Mohamed Effat. Effat Humor Collection. In WittyWorld. Summer 1993, p. 41.

1994

"Korean Cartoons: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Sinmun gua Bangsong (Newspaper and Broadcasting). 1/1994, pp. 94-103.

"Taiwanese Cartooning: From Bust to Boom." Comics Journal. January 1994, pp. 27-30.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 43.

"Political Adversaries and Agents of Social Change: Political Cartoonists in Southeast Asia." Asian Thought and Society. May-August 1994, pp. 107-123.

"Dajmo Malo Popaberkovati!" Razgledi (Slovenia). September 30, 1994, p. 32.

"Cartooning in the Former Czechoslovakia." Comics Journal. September 1994, pp. 49-52.

"The Czech Who Is Extremely Contented To Be a Cartoonist." WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, pp. 10-14.

"Cartoon Schools Around the World: School of Visual Arts, New York; Kongju National Junior College, Seoul." WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p. 22.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p.33.

"Of 'Kampung Boy,' 'Tok Guru' and Other Zany Characters: Cartooning in Malaysia." Berita. Fall 1994, pp. 10-21.

"Of 'Kampung Boy,' 'Tok Guru' and Other Zany Characters: Cartooning in Malaysia." Jurnal Komunikasi. Vol. 10, 1994, pp. 55-77.

Review of Steven Heller. The Savage Mirror. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 40.

Review of Lat. Kampung Boy: Yesterday and Today. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 40.

Review of M. Thomas Inge. Dark Laughter and Why I Left America. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 40.

Review of Glenn Ellenbogen. The Directory of Humor Magazines. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, pp. 40-41.

Review of Don Nilsen. Humor Scholarship. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p.40.

Review of Eric Smeedon. Animating Culture. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 41.

Review of Roger Sabin. Adult Comics. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 42.

Review of Jim Russell. Cartooning. How To Draw Cartoons. In WittyWorld. Winter/Spring 1994, p. 43.

Review of Jackson. Breaking Story. In CHOICE. February 1994, pp. 122-123.

Review of William Hachten. The Growth of the Media in the Third World. In CHOICE. March 1994, pp. 120-121.

Review of Feldman. Politics and the News Media in Japan. In CHOICE. June 1994, p. 114.

Review of Channels of Resistance. In CHOICE. May 1994, pp. 108-109.

Review of Asian Historical Dictionaries. In Asian Thought and Society. May-August 1994, pp. 186-188.

Review of Klein. 7 Minutes. In WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p. 30.

Review of Jackson. Walt Disney. In WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p.30.

Review of Robbins. A Century of Women Cartoonists. In WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p. 30.

Review of Douglas. Arab Comic Strips. In WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, pp. 30-31.

Review of Madhuker. Selection of Cartoons Against Communalism. In WittyWorld. Autumn/Winter 1994, p. 31.

Review of Gudykunst. Bridging Japanese/North American Differences. In CHOICE. November 1994, p. 122.

Review of Harvey. The Aesthetics of Funnies. In CHOICE. December 1994, p. 136.

1995

"Clandestine Cartoonists." Notebook of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists." Winter 1995, pp. 16-18.

"Korean Cartooning: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives." Korean Culture. Spring 1995, pp. 8-19.

"Alive and Kicking." Asian Cinema. Spring 1995, pp. 2-3.

"Anime Fandom and Fanzines." Asian Cinema. Spring 1995, p. 49.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Spring 1995, pp. 30-46.

"Minutes, ACSS, Athens, Ohio, November 5, 1995." Asian Cinema. Spring 1995, pp. 58-59.

"Barták. " Kayhan Caricature. January-February 1995.

"Asian Manga." Fūshiga Kenkyū. No. 15, July 20, 1995, pp. 11-14.

"Cartooning in Myanmar and Bangladesh." Comics Journal. July 1995, pp. 35-38.

"Cuba's Comic Art Tradition." Studies in Latin American Popular Culture. No. 14, 1995, pp. 225-244.

"Manga and Anime in Asia." Anime UK Magazine. May 1995, pp. 8-10.

"Hong Kong Tolerance Watch." Comics Journal. August 1995, pp. 28-29.

"James Wang and Taiwan's Cuckoo's Nest." Animation Journal. Fall 1995, pp. 85-89.

"Oh, What a Time It Was! The Early Days of the Funnies." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, pp. 16-19, 22.

"'Yellow Kid' Celebrates Century with Hectic Schedule in 1995." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, pp. 18-19.

"Cartoonist's Huge Collection Finds Museum Home." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, pp. 26-27.

"John A. Lent on Journals." WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 34-35.

"American Comic Strip Memorial Stamps." (With Hongying Liu-Lengyel). Humour and Satire (People's Daily). July 5,1995, p. 2.

"Successfully Completed '95 Seoul International Cartoon Festival." Animatoon. 1:2 (1995), p. 33.

"Easy-Going Daddy, Kaptayn Barbell, and Unmad: American Influences Upon Asian Comics." Inks. November 1995, pp. 58-67, 71-72.

"History of Berita and Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group." Berita. Winter 1995, pp. 1-6.

"Comics in East Asian Countries: A Contemporary Survey." Journal of Popular Culture. Summer 1995, pp. 185-198.

"The Off-Beaten and Divergent Paths of Cartooning in Bangladesh." The Daily Star Weekly Magazine (Dhaka). October 27, 1995, pp. 1-2.

"Culture Shock." New Asia Review. Fall/Winter 1995-1996, pp. 20-23.

"American Comic Strip Memorial Stamps." (With Lengyel). Reprinted in Inklings. Fall 1995, p. 5.

"American Comic Strips: Old Wine in New Bottles." Asian Culture. Winter 1995, pp. 39-62.

"Comics and Cartoons: They Are More Than Just Pow! Wham! Or Ha! Ha!" Journal of Development Communication. December 1995, pp. 1-15.

" 'Mr. Kiasu,' 'Condom Boy,' and 'The House of Lim': The World of Singapore Cartoons." Jurnal Komunikasi. Vol. 11, 1995, pp. 73-83.

"Singapore Cartooning: Only a Few Bright Spots." Berita. Spring/Summer 1995, pp. 2-9.

Review of López Vigil. Rebel Radio. In CHOICE. April 1995.

Review of Bryant. Dictionary of British Cartoonists. In CHOICE. March 1995, p. 11.

Review of Mass Media in the Middle East. In CHOICE. January 1995, pp. 122-123.

Review of D'Agostino. Harold Lloyd: A Bio-Bibliography. In ARBA 95, p. 583.

Review of Hamamoto. Monitored Peril. In CHOICE. July-August, 1995.

Review of Grandinetti. Popeye. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Scott. The Comic Art Collection Catalogue. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Walker. Barney Google and Snuffy Smith. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Malloy. Comic Book Artists and Thompson. Comic-Book Superstars. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Hale. All Natural Pogo. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Harvey. The Art of the Funnies. In WittyWorld. Summer/Autumn 1995, p. 32.

Review of Ngwainmbi. Communication Efficiency and Rural Development in Africa. In CHOICE. October 1995.

Review of McDonald, Japanese Classical Theater in Films and Mitra. Television and Popular Culture in India. In Asian Thought and Society. January-August 1995, pp. 166-167.

Review of McDaniel. Broadcasting in the Malay World. In Asian Thought and Society. January-August 1995, pp. 167-169.

Review of Pearce. Wary Partners. In CHOICE. December 1995.

1996

"Curaçao's Incognito Cartoonist." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 1/1996, p. 5

"A Guessing Game: Curacao's Incognito Cartoonist." FECO News. No. 20, 1996, p. 24.

"Survival Secrets in the Ukraine: Draw While Abroad." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 2/1996, p.1.

"Journal Reviews." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 2/1996, p. 5.

"Judging-Time in Eastern Europe." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 2/1996, p. 5.

"Needed: International Perspective." Comic Art and Comics. April 1996, p. 2.

"The Invisible Art: Comics and Cartooning in Vietnam and Cambodia." Comics Journal. April 1996, pp. 25-26.

"News from Korea." Society for Animation Studies Newsletter. Winter/Spring 1996, p. 4.

"Cartoon Schools." WittyWorld. No. 5, 1996, p. 5.

"Thai Cartoonist Chai, A Worker in Many Fields." WittyWorld. No. 5, 1996, pp. 3-4.

"Overseas Marketing Strategies of Korean Animations Through AnimEast '95." (With Yu Kie-Un). Animatoon. No. 5, 1996, pp. 42-47.

"Oversea [sic] Marketing: Strategies of Korean Animation Through AnimEast '95." (With Yu Kie-Un). Animatoon. 2:4-1 (1996), pp. 38-41.

"Editor's Note." Asian Cinema. Spring 1996, pp. 1-2.

"Lino Brocka as Filmmaker, Dissident, and Constitutional Commissioner." Asian Cinema. Spring 1996, pp. 71-82.

"Bibliography of Recent Sources on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Spring 1996, pp. 128-157.

"Filipino Films--Ishmael Bernal's Bleak Assessment." Philippine Daily Inquirer. July 20, 1996, p. D-4.

"Cartooning with a Social Conscience in South Africa." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 7/1996, p. 1.

"SICAF '96: You Can't Get There from Here." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 8/1996, p. 5.

"Journal Reviews." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 8/1996, p. 5.

"Mr. Kiasu: A Singular, Singapore Success Story." Comics Journal. August 1996, pp. 43-45.

"The American Influence on Asian Comics." Fushiga Kenkyu. No. 20, 1996, pp. 3-7.

"Turkey's Rich and Rocky Cartooning Heritage." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 9/1996, p. 1.

"Introduction." Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. 7: 1&2 (1996), pp. 1-4.

"The See-Saw World of Polish Cartooning." Comics Journal. December 1996, pp. 33-35.

"Womanizing Japanese Women's Comics." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. No. 10, 1996, p. 1.

Review of Corey. The Dictionary of Film Quotations. In ARBA 96, p. 582.

Review of Erickson. Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 through 1993. In ARBA 96, pp. 582-583.

Review of Stephens. Film Noir: A Comprehensive, Illustrated Reference to Movies, Terms, and Persons. In ARBA 96, p. 586.

Review of Turck. A Parent's Guide to the Best Children's Videos and Where To Find Them. In ARBA 96, p. 587.

Review of Jeffery Davis. Children's Television, 1947-1990. In ARBA 96, p. 595.

Review of Raffaelli. Le Anime Disegnati. In WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 1/1996, p. 5.

Review of Bourgault. Mass Media in Sub-Saharan Africia. In CHOICE. February 1996.

Review of Fischer. Them Damned Pictures. In WittyWorld. No. 5, 1996, p. 5.

Review of Dunn. Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity. In CHOICE. May 1996, p. 4918.

Review of McAllister. The Commercialization of American Culture. In CHOICE. May 1996, p. 4923.

Review of Outcault. The Yellow Kid. In CHOICE. June 1996

Review of Jeter et al. International Afro Mass Media. In CHOICE. June 1996.

Review of Schodt. Dreamland Japan. In WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 7/1996, p. 5.

Review of Ledoux. Complete Anime Guide. In WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 7/1996, p. 5.

Review of Hess. International News and Foreign Correspondents. In CHOICE. September 1996.

Review of Cole. Communication in Latin America. In CHOICE. September 1996.

Review of Glasbergen. How To Be a Successful Cartoonist and Staake. The Complete Book of Humorous Art. In WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. 9/1996, p. 5.

1997

"Editor's Note." Asian Cinema. Winter 1996/1997, pp. 1-3.

"Teach for a While, Direct for a While: An Interview with Xie Fei." Asian Cinema. Winter, 1996/1997, pp. 91-97.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Winter 1996/1997, pp. 126-142.

"Professor Talking with an Artist." Office Magazine (Ukraine). 1/1997, pp. 92-93.

"Asian Film Studies: From Obscurity to Obfuscation." Film Art (Beijing). 1/1997, pp. 27-30.

"Asian Film Studies: From Obscurity to Obfuscation." New Films Bi-Monthly (Shanghai). 1/1997, pp. 53-57.

"Shin Dong Mun [sic], An Old Warrior in Korean Animation." Animation World Magazine. (online) February 1997.

"Turkey's Turbulent but Rich Cartooning Tradition." Comics Journal. February 1997, pp. 37-39.

"American Influences on Asian Comics. Part 2." Fushiga Kenkyu. No. 22, 1997, pp. 5-8.

"Asia." WittyWorld. Spring 1997, pp. 5-6.

"Middle East." WittyWorld. Spring 1997, pp. 9-10.

"Slovene Humor and Satire: An Enduring Legacy." WittyWorld. Spring 1997, p. 27.

"Around the World in 10 Years." WittyWorld. Spring 1997, pp. 20-27.

"The Not So Witty World of Cartooning." WittyWorld. Spring 1997, pp. 4-11. (With Joe Szabo).

"'A Screw Here, a Crank There': Payut Ngaokrachang and the Origins of Thai Animation." Animation World. (online). April 1997, pp. 39-41.

"Thai Cartooning: Free But Shaky, Lucrative But Limited." Comics Journal. April 1997, pp. 47-49.

"Global Trends: It's a Tough World Out There for Native Comics." Animation World. July 1997, pp. 20-22.

"Afterword to The Media Enthralled." Berita. Fall 1996/Winter 1997, pp. 9-11.

"The Dreary Story of a Fine Book." Berita. Fall 1996/ Winter 1997, pp. 8-9.

"Robert LaPalme: Reflections and Reminisces." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. No. 2, 1997, pp. 2-3.

"Eastern Approaches: Cartooning in Thailand Thrives Amid Paradoxes." AAEC Notebook. Summer 1997, p. 25.

"Journals Reviews." WittyWorld International Cartoon Bulletin. No. 3, 1997, p. 5.

"'Sakaya Gelmez' Ortadogu Karikatürü." (With Javad Alizadeh, Mik Jago, and Joe Szabo). Karikatürk. No. 43, 1997, p. 519.

"The Uphill Climb of Thai Cartooning." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. 25:1 (1997), pp. 93-109.

"Introduction." Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. 25:1 (1997), pp. 1-9.

[Satyrykon Remembrance], p. 7. Dwadziescia Lat. Legnica: Satyrykon, 1997.

[Satyrykon Remembrance]. Legnicki Informator Kulturalny. 6:42, 1997, p. 50.

"Asya Kitasinda Resim-Karicatür Iliskisi­" Yenidüzen. June 23, 1997, p. 8.

"The Changes of Korean Animation." New Films Bimonthly. No. 5, 1997, pp. 49-52.

"Rebirth of Cartooning in the South." Media Development. 4/1997, pp. 3-7.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Fall 1997, pp. 112-123.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China)." (With Yuheng Bao). Asian Cinema. Fall 1997, pp. 124-131.

"Reminiscence: Another Time, the Past; Another Place, The Philippines." Journal of Development Communication. December 1997, pp. 151-156.

Review of Dave Smith. Disney A to Z. In CHOICE. January 1997.

Review of Sinclair et al. New Patterns in Global Television. In CHOICE. January 1997.

Review. Gerbner, Mowlana, Schiller. Invisible Crises. In CHOICE. March 1997.

Review. Leiby. Howard Keel: A Bio-Bibliography. In ARBA. 1997, p. 492.

Review. Strickler. Syndicated Comic Strips and Artists, 1924-1995: The Complete Index. In ARBA. 1997, p. 500.

Review. Barnard. South American Cinema: A Critical Filmography, 1915-1994. In ARBA. 1997, p. 97.

Review. New York Times Film Reviews. In ARBA. 1997, p. 516.

Review. Levi. Samurai from Outer Space: Understanding Japanese Animation. In CHOICE. May 1997.

Review. Neuzil and Kovarik. Mass Media and Environmental Conflict: America's Green Crusades. In CHOICE. May 1997.

Review. Iyengar. Do the Media Govern? In CHOICE. July-August 1997.

Review. Switzer. South Africa's Alternative Press. In CHOICE. September 1997.

Review. Mowlana. Global Information and World Communication: New Frontiers in International Relations. In CHOICE. November 1997.

Review. Schodt. Dreamland Japan: Writings on Modern Manga. In Inks. November 1997, pp. 36-37.

Review. Lodwick. Crusaders Against Opium: Protestant Missionaries in China 1874-1917. In Asian Thought and Society. September-December 1997, pp. 249-250.

"Emerging Trends in New Communication and Information Technology for Development in Asia." Interaction. 15: 1/2, 1997, pp. 135-136.

1998

"Robert LaPalme (1908-1997). A Final Interview." FECONEWS. No. 25, 1998, pp. 4-6.

"Mister Encyclopedia: Maurice Horn." Cartoonist PROfiles. March 1998, pp. 34-37.

"Foreword" to Media Enthralled. Amnesty International Singapore/Malaysia Update. April 1998, p. 12.

"Comics in the Philippines, Singapore, and Indonesia." Humor. 11:1 (1998), pp. 65-77.

"Editor's Note." Asian Cinema. Spring 1998, pp. 1-2.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Spring 1998, pp. 108-119.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China)." Asian Cinema. Spring 1998, pp. 120-125. (With Bao Yuheng).

"China's Film: Happenings, Discussions, and Resources." Asian Cinema. Spring 1998, pp. 126-133. (With Bao Yuheng).

"Comic Art in the Philippines." Philippine Studies. 46:2 (1998), pp. 236-248.

"Ukraine's Oleg Dergatchov: Like a Bird on the Wing." Comics Journal. August 1998, p. 27.

"Animation in Turkey: Historical and Contemporary Problem Analyses." Animation Journal. Fall 1998, pp. 4-20. (With Asli Tunç).

"The Multi-Tiered Korean Comics." Comics Journal. September 1998, pp. 31-34.

"Amerikan Etkisi Altindaki Asya Karikatürü." Gül Diken. Yaz 1998, pp. 30-42.

"The State of Comic Art: Reports from Around the World." WittyWorld. December 1998.

Review. Huffman. Creating a Public. In CHOICE. February 1998.

Review. Cohen. Forbidden Animation. In CHOICE. March 1998.

Review. Schwartz. Latin American Films. In American Reference Books Annual 1998. 1998, pp. 565-566.

Review. Pickard. The Oscar Stars from A-Z. In American Reference Books Annual 1998. 1998, pp. 556-557.

Review. Malloy. Comics Values Annual. In American Reference Books Annual 1998. 1998, p. 395.

Review. Bacon's Newspaper Directory. American Reference Books Annual 1998. 1998, pp. 382-383.

Reviews. Cohen, Forbidden Animation, pp. 89-90; Pilling, A Reader in Animation Studies, p. 90; Canemaker, Tex Avery: The MGM Years, pp. 90-91; Robbins, The Great Women Superheroes, pp. 102-103; Pieper and Nordin, Understanding the Funnies, p. 103; Strickler, Syndicated Comic Strips and Artists, p. 104; Pasonen, Sarjakuvantekijat: Cartoonists from Finland, p. 104. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly, Spring 1998.

Review. Thaler. The Spectacle. In CHOICE. May 1998.

Review. Pecora. The Business of Children's Entertainment. In CHOICE. September 1998.

Review. Phillip L. Gianos. Politics and Politicians in American Film. In CHOICE. September 1998.

Review. Pilling. A Reader in Animation Studies. In CHOICE. November 1998.

Review. Brown. Manipulating the Ether. In CHOICE. November 1998.

Review. Sandler. Reading the Rabbit. In CHOICE. December 1998.

Review. Duncombe. Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture. In Media Development. 4/1998, p. 76.

1999

"Asian Comic Art." Art Asia Pacific. No. 21, 1999, pp. 66-71.

"In a Man's World: Turkish Women Animators." Animation World. February 1999, 5 pp. (With Asli Tunç).

"Editor's Notes: Finally, an International Journal for Comic Art." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 1999, pp. 1-3.

"A Framework for Studying Comic Art." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 1999, pp. 17-32. (With M. Lombard, L. Greenwood, A. Tunç).

"The Horrors of Cartooning in Slim's Algeria." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 1999, pp. 150-156.

"The Varied Drawing Lots of Lat, Malaysian Cartoonist." Comics Journal. April 1999, pp. 35-39.

"Karikatür Sanatinda Bir Tema Üzerine Çeşitlemeler" Gül Diken. No. 18, 1999, pp. 12-13.

"Korean Telecom Policy in Global Competition: Implications for Developing Countries." Telecommunications Policy. 23, 1999, pp. 389-401. (With Daiwon Hyun).

"Local Comic Books and the Curse of Manga in Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan." Asian Journal of Communication. 9:1, 1999, pp. 108-128.

"Who Speaks for Asia: Media and Informational Control in the Global Economy." Journal of Media Economics. 12:2, 1999, pp. 133-147. (With Gerald Sussman).

"Symposium on Aspects of Asian Comic Art." Asian Thought and Society. September-December 1999, p. 183.

"Comic Art in South Asia." Asian Thought and Society. September-December 1999, pp. 184-205.

"Editor's Note." International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 1999, pp. 1-3.

"Poland's Malgorzata Tabaka, Drawer of Lyrical Satirical Cartoons." International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 1999, pp. 66-75.

"The Printed Word." International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 1999, pp. 238-241.

"Cheng Jihua and Li Shaobai, Pioneers in Chinese Film Studies: Interview II." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 1999, pp. 91-95.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China PRC)." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 1999, pp. 156-159. (With Yuheng Bao).

"News from China." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 1999, pp. 160-162. (With Yuheng Bao).

"Animation in Southeast Asia." Media Asia. 26:4 (1999), pp. 192-195, 205.

Review. Ruoff and Ruoff. The Emperor's Naked Army Marches on Yukiyukite Shingun. Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 1999, p. 155.

Reviews. Goonasekera and Lee, TV without Borders; Latif, Walking the Tightrope; Adelman, Tijuana Bibles; Hindman, Hogarth and His Times; Deitch, For the Love of Prague; Furniss, Art in Motion; Grosz, George Grosz; Nyberg, Seal of Approval; Reaves, Celebrity Caricature in America; Sandler, Reading the Rabbit; Somers, Editorial Cartooning. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Winter 1999.

Review. Ettema. Custodians of Conscience. In CHOICE. January 1999.

Review. Nyberg. Seal of Approval: The History of the Comics Code. In CHOICE. February 1999.

Review. Rubenstein. Bad Language, Naked Ladies…. In CHOICE. March 1999.

Review. Randall. Democratization and the Media. In CHOICE. March 1999.

Review. Burrelle's Media Directory: Broadcast Media. Radio. In ARBA. 1999, p. 350.

Review. Blunden and Elvin. Cultural Atlas of China. In ARBA. 1999, p. 46.

Reviews. Colldeweih and Goldstein, Graphic Opinions: Editorial Cartoonists and Their Art, pp. 188-189; Kierick and Lefèvre, Forging a New Medium: The Comic Strip in the Nineteenth Century, p. 189; Schodt, The Four Immigrants Manga: A Japanese Experience in San Francisco, 1904-1924, pp. 189-190; McCarthy and Clements, The Erotic Anime Movie Guide, pp. 190-191; Rubenstein, Bad Language, Naked Ladies, and Other Threats to the Nation: A Political History of Comic Books in Mexico, p. 191; K. N. Sahay, An Anthropological Study of Cartoons in India, pp. 191-192; Server, Asian Pop Cinema: Bombay to Tokyo, p. 192; Turim, The Films of Oshima Nagisa: Images of a Japanese Iconoclast, pp. 192-193; Wells, Understanding Animation, p. 193; Calazans, As Histórias em Quadrinhos no Brásil: Teoria e Pratica, pp. 205-206. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Summer 1999.

Review. Alger. Megamedia. In CHOICE. July-August 1999, p. 90.

Review. Pharr and Krauss. Media and Politics in Japan. In Journal of Asian Studies. May 1999, pp. 528-529.

Review. Horn. The World Encyclopedia of Cartoons. In CHOICE. October 1999.

Review. Lefèvre and Dierick. Forging a New Medium. In CHOICE. September 1999.

Review. Seward. Radio Happy Isles. In CHOICE. September 1999.

Review. Land. Active Radio: Pacifica's Brash Experiment. In CHOICE. December 1999.

2000

"Editor's Note." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2000, pp. 1-2.

"East European Cartooning: Differences Over Time and Space." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2000, pp. 102-108

"The Printed Word." International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2000, pp. 207-208.

"Pioneers of Asian Cinema Studies." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2000, p. 1.

"Tapping the Abundant Resources Available To Teach
Asia Through Film." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2000, pp. 146-158.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2000, pp. 192-221.

"The Many Faces of Asian Animation." The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies. Vol. 2, No. 1A, 2000, pp. 25-32.

"Animation in
Southeast Asia." ASIFA News. 13:2 (2000), pp. 3-5, 12-14, 19-21.

"Fighting for Survival." Kayhan Caricature. August-September 2000, pp. 2-7.

"The Printed Word." International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2000, pp. 307-309.

"
Cuba's Tomy, an Expert in Coping." FECO News. No. 30, 2000, pp 8-9.

"Animation in
Asia: Appropriation, Reinterpretation, and Adoption or Adaptation." Screening the Past. No. 11, November 2000. Online.

"
Iran: A Country Teeming with Cartoonists." Kayhan Caricature. October 2000, pp. 2-3.

"Editor's Note." Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2000, pp. 1-2.

"Keynote Address by John A. Lent at ‘Centennial Reflections of Chinese Cinema: A Generational Dialogue.’" Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2000, pp. 132-136.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema." Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2000, pp. 137-166.

"Contemporary Chinese Cinema: A Chronicle of Events: 1978-2000." (With Wang Renying and Yuheng Bao). Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2000, pp. 167-178.

"Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in
China)." (With Yuheng Bao). Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2000, pp. 179-184.

Review. Clunas. Pictures and Visibility in Early Modern
China. In Asian Thought & Society. May-August 2000, pp. 169-170.

Review. Lockard. Dance of Life. In Pacific Affairs. Spring 2000, pp. 140-141.

Reviews. Balcioğlu, Cumhuriyet 'in Yilinda Türk Karikatürü, p. 31; Packalén, Comics with an Attitude, p. 33; Hall, John Woo: The Films, p. 49; Stokes and Hoover, City on Fire, pp. 53-54; Gordon, Comic Strips and Consumer Culture, p. 62. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Winter 2000.

Review. Durham. Speaking into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication. In CHOICE. March 2000.

Review. Knight and Nakano. Reporting Hong Kong: Foreign Media and the Handover. In CHOICE. March 2000.

Review. Mickiewicz. Changing Channels. In CHOICE. April 2000.

Review. Christen. Clowns and Tricksters. In ARBA. 2000, p. 534.

Review. Jun Xing. Asian America Through the Lens: History, Representations, and Identity. In Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. 10:1 (2000), pp. 191-192.

Review. Sanders.
South Africa and International Media. In CHOICE. June 2000.

Review. Allan. Walt Disney and
Europe. In CHOICE. July-August 2000.

Review. Wood. History of International Broadcasting, v. 2. In CHOICE. October 2000.

Review. Pustz. Comic Book Culture. In CHOICE. October 2000.

Reviews. Barrier, Hollywood Cartoons, p. 176; Groensteen, Method of the Comic Strip, p. 179; McCarthy, Hayao Miyazaki, p. 179; Shiell, Bonzer, p. 182. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Summer 2000.

Review. McChesney. Rich Media, Poor Democracy. In CHOICE. September 2000.

Review. Tamney. The Struggle over Singapore's Soul. In Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. 31:1 (2000), pp. 223-225.

Review. Bryant. Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Cartoonists and Caricaturists. In CHOICE. November 2000

Review. Bongco. Reading Comics: Language, Culture, and the Concept of the Superhero in Comic Books. In CHOICE. December 2000.

2001

"Personal Recollections of Herb Schiller." Television & New Media. February 2001, pp. 39-41.

"Out of Obscurity: African Cartoonists Make Pitch for Recognition." Comics Journal. February 2001, pp. 16-17.

“Comic Art: Some Global Issues.” Kayhan Caricature. March 2001, pp.2-5.

“Editor’s Note.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2001, p.1.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer, 2001, pp.144-155.

“Editor’s Note.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2001, pp.1-2.

“Editorial: Comic Art: Some Global Issues.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2001, pp.3-8.

“How To Withstand War: The Rastko Ciric Way.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2001, pp.198-202.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2001, pp. 275-277.

“Land in Zicht: Verenigde Staten.” Stripschrift. April 2001, p.19.

“Land in Zicht: Nepal.” Stripschrift. May 2001, p.13.

“Long-Distance Cartooning: Turkey’s Salih Memecan.” Comics Journal. May 2001, pp. 40-41.

“Survival Is Name of the Game for Cuban Cartoonists.” Comics Journal. May 2001, pp. 41-42.

Iran, a Country Teeming with Cartoonists.” Comics Journal. May 2001, pp. 46-48.

“The Rock-and-a-Hard-Place Options of Cartooning in Southern Africa.” Comics Journal. May 2001, pp. 49-51.

“Asian Animation: Adoption, Adaptation and Reinterpretation.” New Films. 6/2001, pp. 34-39.

“Land in Zicht – Iran.” Stripschrift. September 2001, p.25.

“Cartoon in East and the World.” Iran Cartoon. September 2001, pp. 8-11.

“Animation in Southeast Asia.” World Affairs Pictorial (Beijing). 11, 2001, pp. 34-39. (With Xu Ying).

“ACSS 2002 To Convene in Jeonju, Korea, April 2002.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2001, pp. 3-7.

“Animation in China Yesterday and Today – The Pioneers Speak Out.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2001, pp. 34-49. (With Xu Ying).

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2001, pp. 154-177.

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2001, pp. 178-179.

“Uphill All the Way: The Career of Cuba’s Garrincha.” FECO News. No. 34, 2001, pp. 4-5.

“Latin American Comic Art: An Overview.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2001, pp. 1-22.

“Present Situation, Problems, and Prospects of Asian Cinema Study and Education.” Film Art. No.1, 2001, pp. 118-122.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2001, pp. 329-331.

Review. Delasara. PopLit, Popcult, and the X-files: A Critical Exploration. In CHOICE. January 2001.

Review. Krauss. Broadcasting Politics in Japan. In CHOICE. January 2001.

Review. Schiller. Living in the Number One Country. In CHOICE. February 2001.

Review. Ware. Jimmy Corrigan. In CHOICE. April 2001.

Review. Charles. The Hong Kong Filmography, 1977-1997. In ARBA. 2001, p.566.

Review. Brummett, Image and Imperialism in the Ottoman Revolutionary Press, p.52; Charles, The Hong Kong Filmography, p.52; Cooper, The Cinema of Satyajit Ray, pp.52-53; Craig, Japan Pop!, p.53; Fu/Desser, The Cinema of Hong Kong, p.53; McDonald, From Book to Screen, p.54; Zhang, Cinema and Urban Culture in Shanghai, pp.54-55. In Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Winter 2001.

Review. Kinsella. Adult Manga. In CHOICE. May 2001.

Review. Su Xupei. An Orchestra of Voices. In CHOICE. June 2001.

Review. Karim. Islamic Peril. In CHOICE. July 2001.

Review. Brown. Black Superheroes. In CHOICE. October 2001.

Review. Napier. Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke. In CHOICE. November 2001.

Review. McAllister. Comics and Ideology. In CHOICE. December 2001.

                                                                    2002

“Vampires, Lice and a Dose of History: Juan Padrón and Cuban Animation.” Animation World. February 2002, pp. 22-28.

“Cartooning on Top of the World -- Nepal.” Kayhan Caricature. Feburay 2002, pp. 2-3.

“Cartoon in the Altitudes of Everest!” Kayhan Caricature. Feburary 2002, 3 pp.

“Te Wei and Chinese Animation: Inseparable, Incomparable.” Animation World. March 2002, pp.28-33. (With Xu Ying).

“Beyond the Grid: Cartooning on the Top of the World.” Comics Journal. April 2002, pp. 107-108.

“Uphill All the Way: The Career of Cuba’s Garrincha.” Kayhan Caricature. May 2002, pp. 2-3.

“‘Heart to Heart Is Best Type of Art’ -- Actor-Professor Xu Zhongquan.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 128-131.

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 136-138.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China 2001-2002).” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 155-161. (With Bao Yuheng).

“Books on History of Chinese Cinema Published in China (Mainland): 1949-2002.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2002, pp. 162-166. (With Bao Yuheng and Zhong Dafeng).

“Editor’s Note.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, pp. 1-4.

“There at the Beginning: Early Days of Comics Scholarship: Introduction.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, p. 5.

“Almost Left at the Gate: An Arrhythmic Career in Comics Scholarship.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002. pp. 84-96.

New Zealand -- Exporter of Mainstream Cartoonists, Haven for Alternative Comics.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, pp. 170-204.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2002, pp. 301-304.

“Strips uit Cuba.” Stripschrift. July 2002, pp. 12-15.

 “On the Wing: A Cartoonist’s Change of Country.” FECO News Magazine. No. 36, 2002, pp. 12-13.

“The Pride of Quebec People — Canadian Animation Artist Frédéric Back.” World Affairs Pictorial. September 2002, pp. 24-27. (With Xu Ying).

“John Lent Talks about Steadman.” Kayhan Caricature. November 2002, pp. 13-16.

“Cartoon Masters in Daughters’ Eyes: Interview Daughters of Liao Bingxiong and Feng Zikai.” Literature Story Newspaper. November 11-18, 2002, p. 8. (With Xu Ying).

 “History of Berita and Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group.” Berita. Fall/Winter 2002, pp. 2-6.

“Cartooning in Malaysia and Singapore: The Same but Different.” Berita. Fall/Winter 2002, pp. 14-34.

“The World’s Potent.” WittyWorld. Website.

“A Fascinating Story That Mirrors Life Itself.”  WittyWorld. Website.

 “Two Chinese Cartoonists’ Works and Ideas.” China Cartoon. December 2002, pp. 18-19. (With Xu Ying).

“ACSS’02 Jeonju, South Korea: A Report.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2002, pp. 1-7. (With Joelle Collier).

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2002, p.134.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2002, pp. 135-149.

“Fear [of] and Loafing [with] Ralph Steadman in Turkey.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2002, pp. 84-123.

“Larry Alcala and the Depiction of Filipinos as They Are.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2002, pp. 287-291.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2002, pp. 327-329.

“Land in Zicht: Maleisië.” Stripschrift. December 2002, p. 21.

Review. Wright. Comic Book Nation. In CHOICE. January 2002.

Review. Morris & Waisboard. Media Globalization. In CHOICE. January 2002.

Review. William B. Jones, Jr. Classics Illustrated: A Cultural History. In ARBA. 2002, p. 538.

Review. Robert A. and Gwendolyn L. Nowlan. The Film of the Nineties…. In ARBA. 2002, p. 555.

Review. Regis. Culture and Mass Communication in the Caribbean. In CHOICE. February 2002, p. 94.

Review. Singhal. India’s Communication Revolution. In CHOICE. April 2002, p. 342.

Review. Hafez. Mass Media, Politics, and Society in the Middle East.  In CHOICE. May 2002, p. 325.

Review. Marr. The Mass Media in Vietnam. In Journal of Asian Studies. May 2002, pp. 781-782.

Review. McDaniel. Electronic Tigers of Southeast Asia. In CHOICE. June 2002, p. 95.

Review. John Grant. Masters of Animation. In CHOICE. July 2002, p. 6237.

Review. William Jones. Classics Illustrated: A Cultural History. In CHOICE. July 2002, p. 1954.

 Review. Varnum & Gibbons. The Language of Comics: Word and Image. In CHOICE. September 2002, p. 1355.

Review. Page. Satellites Over South Asia. In CHOICE. October 2002, p. 8700.

Review. Scott. European Comics in English Translation. In ARBA. Vol. 34, 2002.

Review. Overstreet. Official Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. In ARBA. Vol. 34, 2002.

Review. Kaplan. Politics and the American Press. In CHOICE. November 2002, p. 1357.

Review. Wenshan Jia et al. Chinese Communication Theory and Research…. In CHOICE. December 2002, p. 92.

Review. Terhi Rantanen. The Global and the National….  In CHOICE. December 2002, p. 92.

                                                                    2003

“Timeless Humor: Liao Bingxiong and Fang Cheng, Masters of a Fading Chinese Cartoon Tradition.” Persimmon. Winter 2003, pp.1-6. (With Xu Ying).

 “Cartooning in Malaysia and Singapore: The Same, But Different.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2003, pp. 256-289.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2003, pp. 374-376.

“Three Giant Gaps Left in Asian Cartooning.” Comics Journal. February 2003, pp. 89-91.

“Preface.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, p. 2.

“The New Age of Asian Animation.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 3-12.

China’s Animation Beginnings: The Roles of the Wan Brothers and Others.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 56-69. (With Xu Ying).

Taiwan’s Cuckoo’s Nest and the New Labor Situation.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 90-106. (With Hong Chi Shiau).

“Development of Malaysian Animation from the Perspective of Pioneer Animator Hassan Muthalib.”  Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 107-115.

“Thai Animation’s Great Strides: A Report.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 118-119.

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 211-212.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2003, pp. 213-239.

“Land in Zicht: Singapore.” Stripschrift. March 2003, p. 19.

“Let the World Know Chinese Women Cartoonists.” Cartoon Information (Beijing). May 15, 2003, p. 3. (With Xu Ying).

“Pen, Ink and Prejudice: Chinese Women Cartoonists Draw Their Own Page in History.” Man Hua, China Daily. May 30, 2003, p. 9. (With Xu Ying).

“Kazuo Umezu: In His Own Words.” Comics Journal. July 2003, pp. 137-141.

“Marching in the History of Chinese Women Cartoonists.” Fine Art. August 2003, pp. 32-39. (With Xu Ying).

“Editor’s Notes.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2003, pp. 1-2.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2003, pp. 216-241.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China 2002-2003).” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2003, pp. 242-250. (With Bao Yuheng).

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2003, p. 215.

“Editor’s Note.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2003, p. i.

“Chinese Women Cartoonists: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2003, pp. 351-366. (With Xu Ying).

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2003, pp. 437-440.

“Tootin’ Our Own Horn.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2003, pp. 470-483.

International Journal of Comic Art Index, Volumes 1-5 (1999-2003).” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2003, pp. 484-519. (With Jae Woong Kwon).

“Wellness of Korean Cartooning.” newscartoon.com.cn. September 26, 2003. 6pp.

“Spotlight/Korean Animation: A Fairy Tale Come True.” fps website. October 16, 2003, 4 pp.

“Almost Left at the Gate: An Arrhythmic Career in Comics Scholarship.” Manga Studies. Vol. 4, 2003, pp. 231-240.

“Speaking in Tongues: The Wellness of Korean Comics.” Comics Journal. December 2003, pp. 50-53.

“Academic [International Journal of Comic Art] Journal.” Humor and Satire. December 20, 2003, p. 5.

“Books on Animation/Cartooning” (32 brief reviews on comic art). CBQ: Communication Booknotes Quarterly. Fall 2003, pp. 265-270.  

Review. Leslie. Hollywood Flatlands. In CHOICE. February 2003.

Review. Wells. Animation and America. In CHOICE. March 2003, p. 1997.

Review. Geoff Klock. How To Read Superhero Comics and Why. In CHOICE. May 2003.

Review. Xing Lu, et al. Chinese Communication Studies: Contexts and Comparisons. In CHOICE. May 2003.

Review. Chin-Chuan Lee, et al. Global Media Spectacle. In CHOICE. June 2003.

Review. Romano. Politics and Press in Indonesia. In CHOICE. September 2003.

Review. Chris Berry. Mobile Cultures: New Media in Queer Asia. In CBQ. Fall 2003, p. 342.

Review. Drazen. Anime Explosion! In CHOICE. October 2003.

Review. Rockwell. Media Power in Central America. In CHOICE. November 2003.

Review. Soderlund. Mass Media and Foreign Policy: Post-Cold War Crises in the Caribbean. In CHOICE. December 2003.

Review. Storey. Inventing Popular Culture: From Folklore to Globalization. In CHOICE. December 2003.

Review. Flournoy. CNN World Report. In CHOICE. September 1993, pp. 127-128.

2004

“Academic [International Journal of Comic Art] Journal.” Cartoon Information. January 1, 2004, p. 6.

“Wellness of Korean Cartoons.” Chinese Comic. No. 2, 2004, pp. 36-37.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2004, pp. 340-343.

 

India’s Amar Chitra Katha: ‘Fictionalized’ History or the Real Story?” International Journal of Comic Art, Spring 2004, pp. 56-76.

 

“Korean Animation: From Adolescence to Adulthood, 1998-2003.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2004, pp. 151-168.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2004, pp. 276.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2004, pp. 277-293.

 

“Defining Comic Art: An Onerous Task.” Journal of Communication Studies (India). April/June 2004, pp. 1-11.

 

India’s Amar Chitra Katha: ‘Fictionalized’ History or the Real Story?” Journal of Communication Studies. July-September 2004, pp. 1-21.

 

“Karikatür ve Sosyoloji.” Yeni Akrep. No. 24, 2004, p. 3.

 

“Far Out and Mundane: The Mammoth World of Manga.” Phi Kappa Phi Forum. Summer 2004, pp. 38-41.

 

“The ‘Sleeper’ Status of Southeast Asian Animation.” Spectator. Fall 2004, pp. 9-17.

 

“From 1928 to 1993: The First 75 Years of Philippine Komiks.” Comic Book Artist. 2: 4 (2004), pp. 74-95.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2004, pp. 180-182.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2004, pp. 183-204.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2004, pp. 456-457.

 

“Defining Comic Art: An Onerous Task.” Stylistyka. XIII, 2004, pp. 295-302.

 

“We’ve Come a Long Way, or Have We? American Research on Asian Mass Communication: Commentary.” Asia Pacific Media Educator. December 2004, pp. 167-172.

 

Review. Lee, Chin-Chuan. Chinese Media, Global Contexts. In CHOICE. February 2004.

 

Review. Corner and Pels. Media and the Restyling of Politics: Consumerism, Celebrity and Cynicism. In CHOICE. March 2004.

 

Review. Stabile and Harrison. Prime-Time Animation…. In CHOICE. March 2004.

 

Review. Ken Leon-Dermota. …And Well Tied Down: Chile’s Press Under Democracy. In CHOICE. June 2004.

 

Review. Andrew Calabrese and Colin Sparks. Toward a Political Economy of Culture: Capitalism and Communication in the Twentieth Century. In CHOICE. July 2004.

 

Review. Vincent Terrace. Radio Program Openings and Closings, 1931-1972. In ARBA. Vol. 35, item# 894.

 

Review. Peter Lev. Transforming the Screen 1950-1959. In ARBA. Vol. 35, item# 1164.

 

Review. Andy Mangels. Animation on DVD: The Ultimate Guide. In ARBA. Vol. 35, item# 1168.

 

Review. Alan Schroeder. Celebrity-in-Chief: How Show Business Took Over the White House. In CHOICE. September 2004.

 

Review. Daniel Dor. Intifada Hits the Headlines: How the Israeli Press Misreported the Outbreak of the Second Palestinian Uprising. In CHOICE. October 2004.

 

Review. Indrajit Banerjee. Rhetoric and Reality: The Internet Challenge to Democracy in Asia. In CHOICE. October 2004.

 

2005

 

“Will Eisner (1917-2005), A Friend of Comics Scholarship.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 1-2.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 553-556.

 

“Cartooning in Réunion, with Special Reference to the Work of Serge and Appollo.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 462-472.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 348-366.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2005, pp. 346-347.

 

“Timeless Humor: Liao Bingxiong and Fang Cheng, Masters of a Fading Chinese Cartoon Tradition.” Needless Words Online. Summer 2005. 4 pp. (With Xu Ying).

 

“Cartooning and China’s ‘Cultural Revolution.’” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2005, pp. 89-125. (With Xu Ying).

 

“The Inside and Outside Worlds of North Korean Animation.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2005, pp. 273-282. (With Chunhyo Kim).

 

“Globalization: Benefits for Asian Cartooning and Animation Industries.” China Animation. No. 10, 2005, pp. 12-14.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2005, pp. 395-400.

 

Review. Wm A. Rugh. Arab Mass Media. In CHOICE. January 2005, p. 95.

 

Review. Opel. Micro Radio and the FCC. In CHOICE. February 2005.

 

Review. Walker. The Comics Before 1945. In CHOICE. March 2005.

 

Review. Cribb and Kahin. Historical Dictionary of Indonesia. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 96.

 

Review. Lamoureux. Indonesia: A Global Studies Handbook. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 97.

 

Review. Kislenko. Culture and Customs of Thailand. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 102.

 

Review. Misiroglu. The Superhero Book: The Ultimate Encyclopedia. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 1173.

 

Review. Muir. The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 1198.

 

Review. Reinhart. The Batman Filmography: Live Action Features, 1943-1997. In ARBA (American Reference Books Annual). Vol. 36, item# 1206.

 

Review. Angela Romano. Politics and the Press in Indonesia: Understanding an Evolving Political Culture. In Journal of Islamic Studies. January 2005, pp. 121-122.

 

 Review. Gamble. A Public Betrayed. In CHOICE. April 2005.

 

Review. Naomi Sakr. Women and Media in the Middle East. In CHOICE. May 2005.

Review. Lu Xing. Rhetoric of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. In CHOICE. June 2005.

 

Review. Chris Lamb. Drawn to Extremes…. In CHOICE. July 2005.

 

Review. Gerard Jones. Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters and the Birth of the Comic Book. In CHOICE. September 2005.

 

Review. Avi Jorisch. Beacon of Hatred: Inside Hizballah’s Al-Manar Television. In CHOICE. September 2005.

 

Review. Noha Mellor. The Making of Arab News. In CHOICE. November 2005.

 

Review. Hugh Mills. Al-Jazeera …. In CHOICE. December 2005.

 

 

2006

 

“Asian Animation and Globalization/Localization.” China Animation. Website. Downloaded 3/3/2006.

 

“Asian Animation and Globalization/Localization.” Animation. No. 59, 2006, pp. 62-69.

 

“Cartoongeweld Kent Lange Traditie.” Stripschrift. April 2006, pp. 4-5.

 

“Speaking in Tongues: The Outrage Art of South Africa’s Bitterkomix.” Comics Journal. April 2006, pp. 173-178.

 

“The Richness of African Cartooning: A Secret Far Too Long.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2006, pp. 71-113.

 

“Life of a Cartoonist in One of Kenya’s Worst Slums. Drawings by Rough (Rafael Opany). International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2006, pp. 137-144.

 

“Turkey’s Soprano of Cartooning – Selma Emiroğlu-Aykan.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2006, pp. 491-497.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2006, pp. 562-566.

 

“The Story Behind the Cartoon.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2006, p. 607.

 

“Editor’s Notes.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 1-2.

 

“Introduction.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, p. 4.

 

“The Origins of Asian Film Studies: Seven Pioneers’ Recollections.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 36-42.

 

“Li Shaobai: From Pioneer Film Researcher to ‘Dead Tiger’ to Grand Old Mentor of Film Studies.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 43-47.

 

“Asian Film Study as an Offshoot of Mass Communication.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 57-65.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 267-268.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2006, pp. 269-286.

 

“The Inside and Outside World of North Korean Animation.” Kayhan Caricature. April/May 2006, pp. 44-47. (With Kim Chunhyo).

 

“George Gerbner (1919-2005): One of the Last of a Dying Breed.” The Journal of International Communication. 12: 1, 2006, pp. 87-91.

 

“Nigar Nazar: Pakistani – Cartoonist – Woman.” Comics Journal. November 2006, pp. 191-192.

 

“Editor’s Note.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2006, pp. 1-5.

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2006, pp. 432-435.

 

“The Story Behind the Cartoon(s).” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2006, pp. 497-498.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2006, pp. 201-202.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter 2006, pp. 203-216.

 

“The Richness of African Cartooning.” Perspectives (Kenya). June 2006, pp. 9-40.

 

Review. Neibaur. The Bob Hope Films. In ARBA. Vol. 37, item 1162.

 

Review. Duke. Harrison Ford: The Films. In ARBA. Vol. 37, item 1150.

 

Review. Jimenez. The DC Comics Encyclopedia. In ARBA. Vol. 37, item 1121.

 

Review. Richard Fleischer. Out of the Inkwell: Max Fleischer and the Animation Revolution. In CHOICE. January 2006.

 

Review. MacFadyen. Yellow Crocodiles and Blue Oranges: Russian Animated Film Since World War Two. In CHOICE. March 2006.

 

Review. Charles Hatfield. Alternative Comics. In CHOICE. April 2006.

 

Review. Bart Beaty. Fredric Wertham…. In CHOICE. June 2006.

 

Review. Krishna Kumar. Promoting Independent Media: Strategies for Democracy Assistance. In CHOICE. September 2006.

 

Review. Chris Gehman and Steve Reinke. The Sharpest Point: Animation at the End of Cinema. In CHOICE. September 2006.

 

Review. Jeff McLaughlin. Comics as Philosophy. In CHOICE. December 2006.

 

 

2007

 

“Like a Bird on the Wing.” Kayhan Caricature. December 2006 – January 2007, pp. 16-17.

 

“Southeast Asian Cartooning: An Overview.” SPAFA Journal. January-April 2007, pp. 7-12.

 

“The Uses and Functions of Asian Animation before the Digital Era.” World Cinema. 2/2007, pp. 166-179.

 

“The Geography of Comics Worldwide: Their Terrain, Climate, and Demographics.” CFA-APA. No. 71 (March 15, 2007), pp. 1-11.

 

“The Transformation of Asian Comic Books – 1990s-2006.” The Comics Journal. April 2007, pp. 161-165.

 

“Libel Suit Pending Against South African Cartoonist.” Comics Journal. May 2007, p. 41.

 

“Asia’s Reinvention of Comics.” The Comics Journal. July 2007, pp. 184-188, 190.

 

“Introduction.” (Australian Cartooning). International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2007, p. 377.

 

“Liao Bingxiong: ‘A Chinese Style Man with Universal Values.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2007, pp. 650-667. (With Xu Ying.)

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2007, pp. 703-706.

 

“The Story Behind the Cartoon(s),” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring 2007, pp. 745-747.

 

“The Transformation of Asian Animation: 1995-Present.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2007, pp. 105-137.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2007, pp. 273-274.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2007, pp. 275-289.

 

“Comic Books and Comic Strips: A Bibliography of the Scholarly Literature.” CHOICE. July 2007, pp. 1855-1856, 1858-1860, 1862-1867.

 

“Editor’s Note.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 1-4.

 

“Egyptian Cartooning: An Overview.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 140-186.

 

“Using Comics in Development in the Arab World: Prospects and Impediments.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 226-242. (With Abdelghani Jbara.)

 

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 518-524.

 

“The Quick Turn-Around of Southeast Asian Animation.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter  2007, pp. 119-123.

 

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter  2007, pp. 310-312.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter  2007, pp. 313-325.

 

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China).” Asian Cinema. Fall/Winter  2007, pp. 326-335. (With Yuheng Bao, Donghong Song.)

 

Review. Thomas Andrae. Carl Barks and the Disney Comic Book. In CHOICE. April 2007.

 

Review. Christopher P. Lehman. American Animated Cartoons of the Vietnam Era. In CHOICE. May 2007.

 

Review. Tom Sito. Drawing the Line The Untold Story of the Animation Unions from Bosko to Bart Simpson. In CHOICE. May 2007.

 

Review. Groensteen. The System of Comics. In CHOICE. September 2007.

 

Review. Steven Drakeley. The History of Indonesia. In ARBA. Vol. 38, 2007. No. 374.

 

Review. Gina Misiroglu. The Supervillain Book…. In ARBA. Vol. 38, 2007. No. 1031.

 

Review. Jerry Beck. The Animated Movie Guide. In ARBA. Vol. 38, 2007. No. 1041.

 

Review. Wertham. The Circle of Guilt. International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 543-544.

 

Review. Packalén and Sharma. Grassroots Comics -- A Development Communication Tool. International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, p. 545.

 

Review. Africa Comics. International Journal of Comic Art. Fall 2007, pp. 548-550.

 

Review. David Kunzle. Rodolphe Töpffer: The Complete Comic Strips. In CHOICE. November 2007.

2008

“Kenya’s Gado Wins Major Award.” Comics Journal. April 2008, pp. 16-17.

“Cartooning and Wartime China: Part One -- 1931-1945.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 76-139. (With Xu Ying).

“Cartooning, Public Crises, and Conscientization: A Global Perspective.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 352-386.

“Editor’s Remembrances of Wang Fuyang.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2008, p. 553.

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 554-558.

“Glimpses.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 186-187.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema.” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 190-211.

“Recent Publications on Asian Cinema (Published in China).” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 212-227. (With Yuheng Bao and Donghong Song).

“Cumulative Index: Asian Cinema Vols. 7-18 (1995-2007).” Asian Cinema. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 228-272. (With Jae Woong Kwon, Xu Ying, and Jiwon Yoon).

“Indigenizing Egyptian Comics.” Comics Journal. July 2008, pp. 207-209.

“Comic Art as Intercultural Communicator Between East and West.” Wastucitra. 1:1 (July 2008), pp. 25-36.

“Asian Animation and Its Search for National Identity and Global Markets: 1. 1995-2007.” ASIFA Magazine: The International Animation Journal. 21:1 (Summer) 2008, pp. 31-41.

“Out of Africa: The Saga of Exiled Cartoonists in Europe.” Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture. 5:2, September 2008. 8 pp.

“Celebrating 10 Years of Continuous Publication: Taking Stock.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2008, pp. 1-4.

“Seeking Inwards, Looking Outwards: Taiwanese Cartoonists’ Quest To Transcend Japanese Influences.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2008, pp. 718-736. (With Hong-Chi Shiau).

“The Printed Word.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2008, pp. 788-793.

“The Story Behind the Cartoon.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2008, pp. 862-865.

“Introduction: Women and Cartooning: A Global Perspective.” International Journal of Comic Art. Fall/Winter 2008, pp. 6-9.

Review. Merritt and Kaufman. Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies. In CHOICE. January 2008.

Review. Michaelis. Schulz and Peanuts: A Biography. In CHOICE. May 2008.

Review. Rocco Versaci. This Book Contains Graphic Language. In CHOICE. July 2008.

Review. Todd Depastino. Bill Mauldin: A Life Upfront. In CHOICE. August 2008.

Review. Khoo Gaik Cheng. Reclaiming Adat: Contemporary Malaysian Film and Literature. In Asian Journal of Communication. September 2008, pp. 296-297.

Review. Ulrich Merkl. The Complete Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (1904-1913) by Winsor McCay “Silas.” In International Journal of Comic Art. Spring/Summer 2008, pp. 565-570.

 

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CONFERENCE, LECTURE PRESENTATIONS:

1957

Delegate (representing Ohio University). National convention, Sigma Delta Chi, Houston, Texas, November.

1964

Delivered keynote address, "Scholastic Journalism: Which Direction?" before Manila City Advisors' Association, Manila, Philippines, October 10, 1964.

Delivered lecture, "On Newspaper Designing," to Manila college and university editors, Manila, Philippines, November 20, 1964.

Participant, Philippine Press Institute seminars on crime reporting, women's pages, provincial correspondents, 1964-65.

1965

Participant, Asian Editors Seminar, Manila, Philippines, March 1965.

Panel discussant, "CFM Hour," Channel 13, Manila, Philippines, 1965.

1966

Delivered two lectures on journalism techniques, Chippewa Valley High School Press Association, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, October 1966.

1967

Attended Wisconsin Press Association convention, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, January 1967.

Delegate, Symposium on World Journalism, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 1967.

Delivered lectures on journalism techniques, United High School Press Association, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, October 1967.

Delegate (representing Marshall University). National convention, Sigma Delta Chi, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 1967.


1968

Directed United High School Press Association conventions, Huntington, West Virginia, Fall 1968, Spring 1969.

1969

Delivered lectures on journalism techniques, Wyoming Scholastic Press Association, Laramie, Wyoming.

Attended Association for Education in Journalism convention, Berkeley, California, August 1969.

1970

Attended Association for Education in Journalism convention, Washington, D.C., August 1970.

Prepared paper, "A Bibliography of Bibliographies: Selected with Special Attention to North American/Asian Developmental Communication," (With James W. Markham) for Documentation Conference, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 26-30, 1970.

1971

Panel discussant, "Political Barriers to Effective Transmission and Reception of Broadcasts Among Countries," at Symposium on Global Broadcasting, Ohio State University, April 24, 1971.

Presented paper, "International Communication Professors Conceptualize the Field and Outline Teacher Qualifications: Some Additional Thoughts," to International Communication Division, Association for Education in Journalism, Columbia, South Carolina, August 25, 1971.

1972

Panel discussant, "Broadcasting in Pacific Nations," Twenty-Second Annual Broadcast Industry Conference, California State University, San Francisco, California, April 19-22, 1972.

Panel discussant, "Meeting of Experts on Integrated Approaches to the Use of Broadcasting and Other Communication Media for Family Planning and Other Developmental Areas," sponsored by UNESCO and National Broadcasting Training Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, August 14-18, 1972.

Presented paper, "Broadcasting in the United States," to Regional Course on Educational Media Planning and Production, sponsored by UNESCO, at National Broadcasting Training Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 1, 1972.

Participant and rapporteur, Third International Conference: Modernisation of Asia, Aims-Resources-Strategies, Penang, Malaysia, September 3-8, 1972.

Member, Workshop Working Committee, "The Roles of Universities in Local and Regional Developemnt in Southeast Asia, " Regional Institute of Higher Education and Development, Penang, Malaysia, December 4-7, 1972.

1973

Chaired meeting and delivered lecture on "ETV in Asia" to ETV trainees from Indonesia, sponsored by National Broadcasting Training Centre, Penang, Malaysia, February 2, 1973.

Participant, One Asia Assembly, New Delhi, India, February 5-8, 1973.

Delivered lecture, " Mass Media in Southeast Asia," at Rajendra Prasad School of Mass Communications, New Delhi, India, February 6, 1973.

Delivered lecture, "Southeast Asian Newspapers," at Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, India, February 8, 1973.

Chaired meeting and delivered lecture/slide show on "Southeast Asia Mass Media" and "Communications Education at Universiti Sains Malaysia" for University of Hawaii Asia Study Tour, Penang, Malaysia, June 21, 1973.

Delivered lecture, "Differences Between the Broadcast Trainer and the Academician," before National Broadcasting Training Centre, Regional Conference on Broadcasting Training, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 28, 1973. Sponsored by UNESCO.

Chaired panel on "Malaysian Mass Media" for NBTC/Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Regional Radio Broadcasting Course, Penang, Malaysia, August 10, 1973.

Delivered lectures on Asian mass media to Universiti Sains Malaysia off-campus students in Kuala Lumpur, Seremban, Kota Baru and Malacca, Malaysia, September 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 1973.

Delivered public lecture, "The Press of Asia," at United States Information Service, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, October 3, 1973.

Delivered public lecture, "Comic Art in Asian Mass Media," at National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 2, 1973.

Invited observer, Inaugural Meeting, CEPTA TV Association, Singapore, November 22-24, 1973.

Delivered lecture, "Problems and Trends of Asian Newspapers," at Journalism Programme, Nanyang University, Singapore, November 23, 1973.

Chaired sessions and delivered lecture, "Mass Communication Education at Universiti Sains Malaysia," two day meeting of Malaysian mass media practitioners, researchers and educators, Penang, Malaysia, November 30-December 1, 1973.

Delivered lecture, "Malaysian Mass Media," at School of Communications, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, December 18, 1973.

Delivered public lecture, "Changes in Journalism: A Comparative Approach to American and Asian Journalism," at United States Information Service, Vientiane, Laos, December 21, 1973.

1974

Presented paper, "Malaysian Broadcasting: Guided Media in Operation," before "Broadcasting in Pacific Nations III," Broadcast Industry Conference, San Francisco, California, April 23, 1974.

Presented Paper, "Mass Media in Malaysia," at Asian Studies Pacific Area Conference, San Diego, California, June 15, 1974.

Presented paper, "Mass Media in the Developing World: Four Conundrums," to International Scientific Conference, "The Contribution of the Mass Media to the Development of Consciousness in a Changing World," Working Group on Mass Media and Developing Nations, sponsored by International Association for Mass Communication Research, Leipzig, German Democratic Republic, September 19, 1974.

Presented paper, "Foreign News Content of United States and Asian Print Media: A Literature Review and Problem Analysis," to "The News Media and Asian Studies" panel, Mid-Atlantic Region symposium, Association for Asian Studies, 3rd Annual Meeting, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, November 10, 1974.

Participant, "Conference on Latin America," sponsored by Temple University and St. Joseph's, Sugarloaf Conference Centre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 23-24, 1974.

1975

Originator and chairperson, "Cultural Pluralism and Social Class Formation in the Malaysian Context: An Institutional Perspective," panel, XXVII Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, San Francisco, California, March 24, 1975.

Presented paper, "Mass Media in a Culturally Pluralistic Society--Malaysia: A Case Study," to "Cultural Pluralism and Social Class Formation in the Malaysian Context: An Institutional Perspective" panel, XXVII Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, San Francisco, California, March 24, 1975.

Panel discussant, "Where Should Realism Stop?" First International Media Conference, Pan American University, Edinburg, Texas, March 21, 1975.

Originator and chairperson, "The Guided Press of Southeast Asia: National Development vs. Freedom of Expression," panel, Asian Studies Pacific Area Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 19, 1975.

Presented paper, "Malaysia and Singapore: Media for National Development or Development of National Leaders?" to "The Guided Press of Southeast Asia: National Development vs. Freedom of Expression" panel, Asian Studies Pacific Area Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 19, 1975.

Presented paper, "Mass Media in Tun Razak's Malaysia," to Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, October 25,1975.

Presented paper, "International News in United States Media: Myths, Stereotypes and Realities," to "New Trends in Teaching Asia Workshop," Temple University, Ambler Campus, October 24, 1975.

Moderator, "International News Reporting in the United States," Mid-Winter Seminar for A.I.D. grantees, sponsored by Philadelphia Council for International Visitors, Bulletin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 22, 1975. (25 graduate level students from 7 Asian, 5 African and 1 Latin American countries.)

1976

Presented paper, "How Independent Are Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media in the Era of Independence?" to Caribbean Studies Association, Second Annual Conference, Castries, St. Lucia, January 7-9, 1976.

Delivered lecture, "Asian Journalism: The Completed Revolution," at Caribbean Institute of Mass Communication, University of West Indies, Mona, Kingston, Jamaica, January 14, 1976.

Chaired organizational meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group meeting, XXVIII Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 21, 1976. Unanimously elected first chairman.

Presented paper, "In Quest of the Paraphernalia of Modernity: Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media," to Latin American Studies Association, Sixth National Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March 26, 1976.

Presented paper, "Grasping for the Paraphernalia of Modernity: Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Media," to International Communication Association, 26th Annual meeting, Portland, Oregon, April 17. 1976.

Observer, International Press Institute 25th General Assembly, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 10-12, 1976.

Presented paper, "Philippine Mass Media Thirty Years After Independence: Not Very Independent," to Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast, Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, California, June 12, 1976.

Originator and chairperson, "Mass Media in Developing Asia: Four Conundrums," panel, 30th International Congress on Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa, Mexico City, Mexico, August 3-8, 1976.

Presented paper, "Press Freedom in Asia: The Quiet, but Completed, Revolution," to "Mass Media in Developing Asia: Four Conundrums," panel, 30th International Congress on Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa, Mexico City, Mexico, August 3-8, 1976.

Discussant, for papers of panel, "The Media and International Understanding: What Pictures of the World Are Presented By the Media?" International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR), 10th General Assembly and Scientific Conference, University of Leicester, England, September 1, 1976.

Resource person, Technical Group meeting of Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, "Nutrition and the Mass Media," St. Catherine, Jamaica, September 12-18, 1976.

Guest lecturer, "Asian Mass Communications: Trends and Problems." "Asian World" Course, Temple University, October 28, 1976.

1977

Presented paper, "Recent Directions (or Lack of Such) in Mass Media of the Commonwealth Caribbean," Caribbean Studies Association, Third Annual Conference, Port of Spain, Trinidad, January 11-13, 1977.

Lecture, "Press Freedom in Asia," Asian Studies Group, Temple University, January 28, 1977.

Presented paper, "The Guiding Light: Mass Media and National Ideology Formation and Propagation in Third World Nations," to "Culture and Communication" Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 12, 1977.

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, XXIX Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, New York, New York, March 26, 1977.

Lecture, "The Guided Press of Southeast Asia," Asia Society, Malaysia/Singapore, Philippines and Thailand Councils, Asia Society House, New York, New York, May 24, 1977.

Presented invited paper, "The Guiding Light: Mass Media and National Ideology Formation and Propagation in Third World Nations," Minorities Division, Association for Education in Journalism, Madison Wisconsin, August 24, 1977.

Presented invited paper, "Mass Communications Research in the Philippines: Background, Trends, Problems and Needs," Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, DeKalb, Illinois, October 14, 1977.

Originator and chairperson, "Historical Topics in Asian Mass Communications," panel, Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, DeKalb, Illinois, October 14, 1977.

Presented paper, "The Philippine Press During the Revolution and the Filipino-American War," Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, DeKalb, Illinois, October 14, 1977.

Invited participant, "Public Diplomacy in Latin America" seminar, United States Information Agency, Washington, D.C., October 27, 1977.

Presented paper, "A Content Analysis of National Media Coverage of Asian News and Information," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, October 30, 1977.

Guest lecturer, "The Guided Press of Southeast Asia," "Asian World" course, Temple University, November 1, 1997.

Presented paper, "Mass Communication Research in Southeast Asia: Recent Trends and Developments," Conference on Southeast Asian Studies, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, November 23, 1977.

1978

Presented paper, "Mass Media, Folk Media and Rural Masses in the Third World," at "Role of Mass Media in the Development of Non-Western Societies" panel, 19th Annual Meeting, International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1978.

Presented paper, "Transnational Influences on Commonwealth Caribbean Mass Communications," at "Transnational Forces in the Caribbean" panel, 19th Annual Meeting, International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., February 25, 1978.

Originator and chairperson, "Malaysia Studies: State of the Field" panel, 30th Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, April 1, 1978.

Presented paper, "Mass Communications Research in Malaysia: Background, Trends, Problems and Needs," Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, April 1, 1978.

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, XXX Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, April 1, 1978.

Originator and chairperson, "Information Sources on Southeast Asian Mass Communications" panel, Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast Conference, Anaheim, California, June 9, 1978.

Presented paper, "Key Sources on Southeast Asian Mass Communications," Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast Conference (ASPAC), Anaheim, California, June 9, 1978.

Presented paper, "Mass Communications in the Third World: Some Ethical Considerations," Speech Communication Association Second Summer Conference on Intercultural/International Communication, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, July 20, 1978.

Presented invited paper, "The Perpetual See-Saw: Press Freedom in Southeast Asia," International Communications Division, Association for Education in Journalism, Seattle, Washington, August 16, 1978.

Presented paper, "To and From the Grave: Press Freedom in South Asia," Seventh Annual Meeting, Mid Atlantic Region, Association for Asian Studies, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., October 28, 1978.

Presented paper, "Sources for the Study of Asian Broadcasting," 54th National Association of Educational Broadcasters Convention, Washington, D.C., October 31, 1978.

Guest lecture, "The Press of Asia," "Asian World" course, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Paper prepared for presentation, "Grassroots Renaissance: The Increasing Importance of Folk Media in Third World Nations," International Seminar on Folk Culture, Institute of Oriental and Orissan Studies, Cuttack, India, December 19-23, 1978. In absentia.

1979

Presented paper, "The UNESCO Debate on the Role of Mass Media in the Third World: An Assessment of the Issues, Fora and Literature," Conference on Culture and Communication, Temple University Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 22, 1979.

Presented paper, "Freedom of Expression in Asia," 20th Annual Meeting, International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 24, 1979.

Invited participant, "World Communications," Independence Seminar of the Global Interdependence Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1979.

Presented paper, "Social Change and the Human Right of Freedom of Expression in Malaysia," 31st Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Los Angeles, California, March 31, 1979.

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, 31st Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Los Angeles, California, March 31, 1979.

Presented paper, "Recent Political and Economic Aspects of Mass Media in Trinidad, Barbados, Jamaica and Guyana," South Eastern Council on Latin American Studies, Tampa, Florida, April 20, 1979.

Moderator, "New Technology and Communications: How Will the Emergence of New Media Change International Communication?" World Communication Conference, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, May 1, 1979.

Conference Respondent, World Communication Conference, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, April 29-May 2, 1979.

Consultant, "Third World Mass Media," School of Journalism, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, May 11-13, 1979. (Also taped discussion on development communication for Robert Knight's international communications video and audio tape project.)

Presented paper, "Mass Communications Research in the Caribbean: Background and Problems," Fourth Annual Meeting and Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, Fort-de-France, Martinique, May 28, 1979.

Consultant, on Lent research and USICA research program, United States International Communication Agency, Washington, D.C., June 1, 1979.

Guest lecturer, "Press and Government in South Asia," 32nd Annual Seminar of the South Asia Regional Studies Department, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 11, 1979.

Participant, World Media Conference, "Prospects for Press Freedom in a New World Information Order," New York, New York, October 11-14, 1979.

Presented paper, "The Missionary Press of Asia: 1550-1860: Precursors of Today's Journalism," 3rd Annual Third World Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, October 25, 1979.

Presented paper, "Politics and Newspapers of Asia: An Historical and Contemporary Treatment," 11th Annual Meeting, Northeastern Political Science Association, Newark, New Jersey, November 9, 1979.

Consultant, Cormosea Southeast Asian Research Tools: A Survey for the Need of a National Development Plan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 30-December 2, 1979.

Invited participant, "Toward an American Agenda for a New World Order of Communications," United States National Commission for UNESCO, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, December 11-15, 1979.

Resource person, "Toward an American Agenda for a New World Order of Communications," United States Commission for UNESCO, buzz group on "U.S. Responsibility for Communication Development," Athens, Georgia, December 13-15, 1979.

1980

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, 32nd Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., March 22, 1980. Re-elected chairman.

Presented talk, "Background of Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group," "Current Activity in the Field" panel, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., March 21, 1980.

Invited participant, "Comparing Information Societies: Directions for Research," sponsored by University of Washington, Batelle Research Center, Seattle, Washington, March 27-April 1, 1980.

Presented paper, "Visual Literacy in the Third World: A Brief Literature Review and Problem Analysis," Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 11, 1980.

Presented paper, "National Development and Mass Media in the Commonwealth Caribbean," Fifth Caribbean Studies Association Meeting, Willemstad, Curaçao, May 8, 1980.

Presented paper, "Philippine Mass Media During the Advent of the Eighties, and after Seven Years of Martial Law," Philippine Studies Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 30, 1980.

Participant, orientation, Journalism Group Study Project in India, Columbia University, New York, May 31, June 21, 1980.

Presented talk, "Third World and New Technology," panel on "Press in the New Electronic Age," United States International Communication Agency, Calcutta, India, August 8, 1980.

Presented invited paper, "The Research Experience in the Third World: Some Notes," Association for Education in Journalism, Boston, Massachusetts, August 11, 1980. In absentia.

Lecture, "Third World Mass Communications: Challenges and Problems," University of Kerala, Kariavattom, India, August 19, 1980.

Originator and chair, "The Appropriateness of Western Communication Research and Theory in the Third World," panel, 12th General Assembly, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Caracas, Venezuela, August 29, 1980.

Presented paper, "Communication Research in the Third World: Removing the Ideological Tints, Methodological Snobbery and Vested Interests? -- A Literature Review," 12th General Assembly, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Caracas, Venezuela, August 29, 1980.

Presented invited paper, "Visual Literacy in the Third World: A Brief Literature Review and Problem. Analysis," at panel on "A World View of Visual Literacy: Present Needs and Possible Solutions," International Visual Literacy Association conference, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, November 8, 1980.

Presented paper with Don Fork, "Visual Literacy: An International Overview and Needs Assessment," Temple University and University of Haifa (Israel) Symposium on Education for Culturally Diverse Populations, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 13, 1980.

1981

Co-originator and chairman, “Malaysian Studies: The State of the Disciplines of Pre-History, History, Geography and Bibliography,” panel, 33rd Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 13, 1981.

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, 33rd Annual Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 1981.

Presented paper, "Mass Media in Southeast Asia: Builders of National Identities or Promoters of Political Figures?" 1981 Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 10, 1981.

Moderator, "The Mass Media in Nation-Building: An Examination of the Role of the Mass Media in Developing Nations," panel, 1981 Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 10, 1981.

Originator and chairperson, "Mass Communication in the Caribbean," 6th Annual Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, May 28, 1981. Broadcast live over Radio Station WVWI.

Presented paper, "Mass Communications in the Netherlands Antilles: The Changing Picture, 1968-1980," 6th Annual Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, May 28, 1981.

Originator and chairperson, "Journalism in Asia: Historical Perspectives," panel, Mid-Atlantic Region, Association for Asian Studies, College Park, Maryland, October 17, 1981.

Presented paper, "A History of Newspapers in ASEAN," Mid-Atlantic Region, Association for Asian Studies, College Park, Maryland, October 17, 1981.

Presented invited position paper, "Telematics in the Year 2000: Some Moral Questions," International Task Force, "Telecommunications in the Year 2000," conference, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 18, 1981.

1982

Discussant, "Transnational Corporations and Democratization of Latin American Communications," panel, Latin American Studies Association, Tenth National Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1982.

Presented paper, "Human Rights in Malaysia," Association for Asian Studies, 34th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 2, 1982.

Presented talk, "Research Priorities in Malaysian Mass Communications," Malaysian studies roundtable, Association for Asian Studies, 34th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 3, 1982.

Chaired meeting, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, Association for Asian Studies, 34th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, April 3, 1982.

Presented lecture, "The Media and International Studies," International Studies Association Middle Atlantic Region and Council on International Studies and Programs, "US Department of Education: International Studies/Foreign Language Development: A Multi-Region National Approach," Northeast Regional Meeting, 777 UN Plaza, New York, New York, April 22, 1982.

Presented lecture, "Alternatives: New World Information Order Workshop on U.S. Media Coverage of the Third World," Council on International and Public Affairs, Church Center for the UN, New York, New York, April 23, 1982.

Co-leader, "Cuban Media Study Tour," Havana, Cuba, April 30-May 7, 1982.

Presented talk, "Cuban Media," Union of Democratic Communications, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 19, 1982.

Chaired panel, "Theatre," Association of Caribbean Studies Fourth Annual Conference, Havana, Cuba, July 14, 1982.

Presented paper, "Mass Media and Socialist Governments in the Commonwealth Caribbean," Fourth Annual Conference, Association of Caribbean Studies, Havana, Cuba, July 15, 1982.

Presented invited paper, "Teaching and Research in International Communication and Comparative Journalism: Some Trends and Portents," Association for Education in Journalism, Athens, Ohio, July 26, 1982.

Chaired, "The Media in Malaysia" panel, First Annual Summer Conference, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, Athens, Ohio, August 10, 1982.

Presented paper, "The Mass Media in East Malaysia," First Annual Summer Conference, Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, Athens, Ohio, August 10, 1982.

Presented invited paper, "Cultural, Political and Economic Consequences of Asian Mass Media: A Contemporary and Futuristic View," Fifth World Media Conference, Seoul, Korea, October 8, 1982.

Presented paper, "Western-Type Communications Research in the Third World: A Critical Appraisal," National Conference, Union for Democratic Communications, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 12, 1982.

Participant (invited), 11th International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 25-28, 1982.

1983

Presented paper, "Cuban Mass Media: Historical and Contemporary Perspective," Fifth International Culture and Communication Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 26, 1983.

Presented paper, "United States Foreign News Coverage and the Case of Central America," at "Bias in the News: Impact on U.S. Foreign Policy in Central America" panel, sponsored by Union of Democratic Communicators and Washington Institute for Social Research, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., May 18, 1983.

Chaired, "Caribbean Mass Communications: International Dimensions," panel, Eighth Annual Meeting, Caribbean Studies Association, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, May 26, 1983.

Presented paper, "International Eyes on Caribbean Mass Communication," Eighth Annual Meeting, Caribbean Studies Association, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, May 26, 1983.

Participant, World Journalists' Seminar and Central American Fact-Finding Tour, Guatemala City, Guatemala, and Tegulcigalpa, Honduras, June 8-14, 1983.

Presented paper, "Government and Mass Media in Post-Martial Law Philippines," Philippine Studies Conference, Athens, Ohio, August 3, 1983.

Presented paper, "Restructuring of Mass Media in Malaysia and Singapore--Pounding in the Coffin Nails?" Second Annual Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group Conference, Athens, Ohio, August 3, 1983.

Chaired, "Media Roles in Revolution" panel, Sixth World Media Conference, Cartagena, Colombia, September 7, 1983.

Chaired , "Perceptions of the U.S. Media" panel, "Communication, Mass Media and Development: A Research Conference," Chicago, Illinois, October 15, 1983.

Presented paper, "A Revolt Against a Revolution: Asian Resistance to Videography," "Communication, Mass Media and Development: A Research Conference," Chicago, Illinois, October 15, 1983.

Chaired, "Mass Communication in Asia: Research Perspectives" panel, Mid-Atlantic Region Asssociation for Asian Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 29, 1983.

Presented paper, "Mass Communication Research in Asia: Priorities and Implications," Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 29, 1983.

Presented paper, "South Asia: Government and Press," Mid-Atlantic Region of Association for Asian Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 30, 1983.

1984

Presented paper, "Videography in Asia: Revolution, Resistance and Reform," 13th Annual Communications Conference, Howard University, Washington, D.C., February 16, 1984.

Moderator, panel, "Coverage of Central America," Union of Democratic Communicators, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 29, 1984.

Participant, member of US advisory group, Caribbean Basin Telecommunications Consortium Inc., Miami, Florida, March 10-11, 1984.

Discussant, panel, "A Reexamination of Western Social Science Concepts in Southeast Asian Studies," 36th Meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., March 25, 1984.

Invited participant, "Southeast Asia Studies: Options for the Future," East Asia Program Wilson Center, Freer Gallery, Washington, D.C., March 26, 1984.

Presented paper and led seminar, "Impact of Media on Life (Especially American)" to European "American Studies Professors," Council for International Visitors, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 26, 1984.

Meetings of Telejapan "Japan Today" advisory group: Washington, D.C., April 23, 1984; New York, March 22, June 4, 1984.

Presented paper, "Cuban Mass Communications and the Revolution," IX Annual Conference, Caribbean Studies Association, St. Kitts, May 30, 1984.

Presented lecture, "U.S. Foreign Policy and Mass Media, with Emphasis on Central America," before Foreign Policy Research Institute, "Domestic Factors in U.S. Foreign Policy," seminar for Latin American visitors, Faculty Club, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 14, 1984.

Presented keynote address, "Toward a Modern Mass Communication Curriculum: The Redesigning of Indian Programs," All-India Workshop in Journalism/Communication, Ecumenical Christian Centre, Whitefield, India, June 26, 1984, junior faculty; July 2, 1984, heads of departments and senior faculty.

Presented lecture, "Media Imperialism," American Center, U.S.I.S., Lahore, Pakistan, July 9, 1984.

Presented lecture, "Mass Media in the Third World," Information Services Academy, American Centre, U.S.I.S., Islamabad, Pakistan, July 11, 1984.

Presented lecture, "Media Imperialism," Information Services Academy, American Center, U.S.I.S., Islamabad, Pakistan, July 12, 1984.

Presented lecture, "Mass Media Are Often Not for the Masses," Pakistan Broadcasting Academy, Islamabad, Pakistan, July 15, 1984.

Presented lecture, "Mass Media in the Third World: An American View," American Center, U.S.I.S., Hyderabad, Pakistan, July 17, 1984.

Presented lecture and led roundtable discussion, "Development and Communication," Economists Discussion Group of Experts, Pakistan and Gulf Economist office, Karachi, Pakistan, July 18, 1984.

Presented lecture, "Mass Media in the Third World," American Center, U.S.I.S., Karachi, Pakistan, July 18, 1984.

Presented paper, "Film and Governments of the ASEAN," 38th Annual Conference, University Film and Video Association, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, July 31, 1984.

Chaired working group on "Comics and Funnies: International Political and Social Dimensions," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Palace of Culture, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 28, 1984.

Presented paper, "Comic Art in Selected Asian Countries," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Palace of Culture, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 28, 1984.

Chaired panel on "Colonialism, Imperialism, Mass Communications in the Caribbean," Twelfth Annual Conference on Latin America, Sugarloaf, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 10, 1984.

Chaired panel on "Mass Media in the Caribbean: Historical, Political, and Cultural Dimensions," Twelfth Annual Conference on Latin America, Sugarloaf, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 10, 1984.

Presented paper, "Colonialism, Imperialism and Mass Media in Dutch and British Antilles," Twelfth Annual Conference on Latin America, Sugarloaf, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 10, 1984.

Participant, Conference on Malaysia, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts, November 18-19, 1984.

Presented paper, "Japan-United States: Bi-National Communication and Information Flows and Usages," Telejapan editorial board meeting, Nippon Club, New York, New York, November 28, 1984.

1985

Presented paper, "Singapore Mass Media: Concentration, Control and Corporateness," 17th Annual Communications Week, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, May 1, 1985.

Presented paper, "Cable Television in the Leeward Islands--The U.S. Influence," 17th Annual Communications Week, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, May 1, 1985.

Presented paper, "Teaching International Communication in the Era of Electronic Media and Rapid Technological Development," First Shanghai International Conference on Communication, Shanghai, China, August 13, 1985.

Presented lecture, "Government and Media of ASEAN: Bleak Picture," National Press Club, Manila, Philippines, August 23, 1985.

Presented lecture, "Historical and Contemporary Aspects of ASEAN Journalism," University of the Philippines Institute of Mass Communication, Manila, Philippines, August 23, 1985.

Presented lecture, "Video Technology in Asia: Is Legislation Adequate?" Asian Institute of Journalism, Manila, Philippines, August 22, 1985.

Presented paper, "Broadcasting in Asia: Current Trends and Issues," Area Specialist Meeting, Academy for Educational Development, "Worldwide Receiver Population Analysis," Washington, D.C., October 14, 1985.

1986

Presented paper, "Freedom of the Press in the Caribbean," Intercultural Communication Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean, Miami, Florida, February 7, 1986.

Presented paper, "Human Rights in Malaysia: A 1986 Update," 39th Annual Association for Asian Studies conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 22, 1986.

Presented paper, "Mass Media in the Leeward Islands: Press Freedom, Media Imperialism, and Popular Culture," The Conference on Popular Culture in Latin America, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 11, 1986.

Presented paper, "State-Media Relationships in Malaysia and the Philippines." Conference on "The State in Contemporary Southeast Asia," Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 6, 1986.

Presented lecture, "Is Anyone Revolting in the Communications Revolution?" Asia and World Institute, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, August 6, 1986.

Presented lecture, "Press Freedom in ASEAN," faculty of National Chengchi University School of Communication, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, August 9, 1986.

Presented lecture, "Freedom, Yes; Ethics, Definitely Yes!," Symposium, "The New-Found Philippine Press Freedom: Some Perspectives," University of the Philippines-Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines, August 18, 1986.

Presented lecture, "Why Is There Not More Revolting Against the Communication Revolution?" University of the Philippines, Institute of Mass Communications, Diliman, Philippines, August 22, 1986.

Presented paper, "New Information Technology: Myths, Questions, Alternatives," Plenary Session, International Association for Mass Communication Research, New Delhi, India, August 26, 1986.

Chaired workshop, "Comic Art: A Worldwide Perspective," International Association for Mass Communication Research, New Delhi, India, August 27, 1986.

Presented paper, "Cartoon Art: Available Research Resources," International Association for Mass Communication Research, New Delhi, India, August 27, 1986.

Chaired workshop, "Visual Communications: Need for More Attention," International Association for Mass Communication Research, New Delhi, India, August 29, 1986.

Presented public lecture, "Human Rights and the Mass Media in Malaysia and the Philippines," University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, September 26, 1986.

Presented series of lectures, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, September 25-26, 1986. ("Is Anyone Revolting in Communication Revolution?" Introduction to Mass Comm class; "China and Japan: Case Studies of Media Systems," Modern China and Japan class; "Traditional versus High Tech Information," Educational Policies class; "New World Information Order," Introduction to Mass Comm class).

Presented paper, "Transnational Linkages to Malaysian and Singaporean Mass Media," Sixth International Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 9, 1986.

Organized and moderated, panel on "National Media Systems: Cultural and Linguistic Perspectives," Sixth International Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 10, 1986.

Presented paper, "Freedom of Expression in the Last Days of Marcos," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Newark, Delaware, November 2, 1986.

Presented lecture, "Early Mass Communication in Malaysia: A Personal Experience," faculty of Institut Teknologi MARA Communications, Shah Alam, Malaysia, November 17, 1986.

Chaired, panel of Halloran, Ariyaratne and Ramirez, WACC/WIF/AMIC Consultancy on Beyond Development Communication, Singapore, November 18, 1986.

Presented paper, "Devcom: A View from North America," WACC/WIF/AMIC Consultancy on Beyond Development Communication, Singapore, November 19, 1986.

Presented paper, "Four Conundrums Reconsidered: Assessing Communications Problems in the Third World, 1974-1986," First Canberra Conference on International Communications, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia, December 2, 1986.

1987

Presented 14 lectures to Bethany College faculty and students in reporting (two), law, public opinion (two), advertising, TV production, intermediate TV, U.S. history, philosophy (two), sociology, magazines, as Benedum Visiting Professor, Bethany, West Virginia, March 8-13, 1987.

Presented public address, "Changing News and Information Values Worldwide: Whistling in the Dark?" Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia, March 11, 1987.

Presented talk, "On Being a Citizen-Journalist," Bethany College students, Bethany, West Virginia, March 9, 1987.

Panelist, "Beyond 'Coups and Earthquakes': Using Headline Events To Aid Deeper Understanding," at Christian Science Monitor symposium on "Media Responsibility and the Third World," Boston, Massachusetts, March 28, 1987.

Presented paper, "Communication Technology and Development in the Caribbean: Satellites, VCRs and Cable Television," International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 24, 1987.

Presented paper, "Mass Media and Change in the Caribbean: Progression or Regression?" 12th Annual Caribbean Studies Association, Belize City, Belize, May 28, 1987.

Presented main paper, "The Impact and Development of the Communications Industry in Malaysia," at seminar on same, Institut Teknologi MARA, Subang Merlin, Subang, Malaysia, July 25, 1987.

Presented luncheon address, "Changing News Values in the U.S. and World," Malaysian Association for American Studies, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 26, 1987.

Presented lecture, "A Communication Curriculm for Communications at the End of the 20th Century," ITM faculty, Shah Alam, Malaysia, July 27, 1987.

Presented lecture, "Press Controls, News Flows, Media Imperialism Throughout World: A Mini Lecture on Gigantic Problems," Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia faculty, Bangi, Malaysia, July 27,1987.

Presented lecture, "How Should the Third World Respond to the Multinational Corporation Monopolization of International Communication?" Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, July 28, 1987.

Presented lecture, "Ownership and Control of Malaysian Media," Journalism 1 course, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, July 29, 1987.

Presented speech (after dinner), "Dependency and Communications in the Caribbean," Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Windsor, Canada, October 9, 1987.

Presented report, "Coverage of Japan-United States Trade Dispute in Eight United States Metropolitan Dailies, March-May 1987," at "Press Responsibility in Covering the U.S.-Japan Trade Dispute" symposium, Center for Foreign Journalists, Reston, Virginia, November 18, 1987.

1988

Moderated panel, "Governments in Latin America and the Caribbean," Fifth Intercultural Communication Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean, Miami, Florida, February 4, 1988.

Presented paper, "Freedom of Expression in the Caribbean: Recent Trends," Fifth Intercultural Communication Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean, Miami, Florida, February 4, 1988.

Presented paper, "Problems and Trends in Philippine Film Industry," Association for Asian Studies Conference, San Francisco, California, March 25, 1988.

Presented talk, "Film Training and Research in Southeast Asia," Association for Asian Studies Conference, San Francisco, California, March 25, 1988.

Presented lecture, "Freedom of Information and International Communications," at "Freedom of Information and International Communications" symposium, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, April 18, 1988.

Presented lecture, "The Third World and International Communications," at "Freedom of Information and International Communications" symposium, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, April 18, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Popular Culture in the Caribbean -- I," Caribbean Studies Association, Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, May 25, 1988.

Presented paper, "Popular Culture in the Caribbean: A Literature Review," Caribbean Studies Association, Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe, May 25, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Popular Culture in the Caribbean -- II," Caribbean Studies Association, Pointe-a Pitre, Guadeloupe, May 27, 1998.

"Freedom of Expression and Other Human Rights Issues in Malaysia and Singapore." Testimony before House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations," Washington, D.C., July 7, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Visual Communication," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Barcelona, Spain, July 28, 1988.

Presented paper, "Communication Technology in the Caribbean," on panel "Communication and Third World Countries: The Impact of Transnationalization," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Barcelona, Spain, July 26, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Comic Art Around the World," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Barcelona, Spain, July 26, 1988.

Presented paper, "Comics--Funny, But Also Serious," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Barcelona, Spain, July 26, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Production, Distribution and Exhibition in Asian Film Industries," First Annual Conference, Asian Cinema, Athens, Ohio, October 8, 1988.

Presented paper, "The Film Industry of Taiwan: Recent Trends and Problems," First Annual Conference, Asian Cinema, Athens, Ohio, October 8, 1988.

Discussant, panel, "The Aquino Regime and the Mass Media: An Analytic Examination," Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies, Indiana, Pennsylvania, October 22, 1988.

Presented talk, "Philippine Press in 1988," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Indiana, Pennsylvania, October 22, 1988.

Chaired panel, "Film of Asia: Industry and Art," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Indiana, Pennsylvania, October 23, 1988.

Presented paper, "The Film Industry of Hong Kong," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Indiana, Pennsylvania, October 23, 1988.

Co-chaired three sessions, working group of WACC Congress 89, Asian Social Institute, Manila, Philippines, September 1998.

1989

Lecture, "Foreign Communication Hardware and Software in the Caribbean: Threat or Promise?" Global Communication and Cultural Environments, University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, January 25, 1989.

Presented comments on "Asian Film," Hawaii Film Fest showing of movie, "Lotus," International House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 27, 1989.

Presented paper, "The Development of Multiracial Stability in ASEAN: The Role of Mass Media," at Third Abdul Razak Conference on Language Planning in Southeast Asia, Athens, Ohio, April 1, 1989.

Presented paper, "Foreign Communication Hardware and Software in the Caribbean: Threat or Promise," Caribbean Studies Association, Bridgetown, Barbados, May 24, 1989.

Moderator, "Mass Communication Policy: Asia," Seventh International Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 5, 1989.

Presented paper, "Who Owns Caribbean Mass Communications?" Canadian Conference for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, October 6, 1989.

Chaired panel, "Mass Communications and Cultural Interaction in Latin America and the Caribbean," Canadian Conference for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, October 6, 1989.

Presented paper, "Young Dinosaurs, Oishimbo, Maus: Comics for Literacy, Education, Consciousness Raising," WACC Congress '89, Makati, Manila, Philippines.

Presented paper (in absentia), "Country of No Return: Belize Since Television," Latin American Studies Association, Miami, Florida, December 5, 1989.

Lecture, "The Emergence of Global Mass Communications," PATHS: World History Project, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 12, 1989.

1990

Presented paper, "Use of Telecommunications and Computers in the Dissemination of Information for Development," Trincom '90, Port of Spain, Trinidad, January 16, 1990.

Participant, National Cartoonists Society, Nassau, Bahamas, May 4-7, 1990.

Presented paper, "Mass Media Ownership in the Caribbean--Who Pulls the Strings?" Caribbean Studies Association, Port of Spain, Trinidad, May 23, 1990.

Chaired panel, "Caribbean Communications Towards the Year 2000: Policy, Technology, and Ownership," Caribbean Studies Association, Port of Spain, Trinidad, May 23, 1990.

Presented paper (With Chin Chuan Tsao), "Coverage of Japan-United States Trade Dispute, March-May 1987," Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 10, 1990. In absentia.

Co-chaired, WittyWorld International Cartoon Magazine business meetings, Budapest, Hungary, August 20, 23, 1990.

Chaired morning session, International Cartoon Festival, Budapest, Hungary, August 22, 1990.

Presented paper, "International Aspects of Cartoons in the Service of Development and Social Change," International Cartoon Festival, Budapest, Hungary, August 21, 1990.

Chaired Comic Art and Visual Communication Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Bled, Yugoslavia, August 29, 1990.

Presented paper, "Philippine Komiks -- The National Book," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Bled, Yugoslavia, August 29, 1990.

Presented paper, "Malaysian Telecommunications: No Room at the Top," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Bled, Yugoslavia, August 27, 1990.

Discussant, Participatory Communication Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Bled, Yugoslavia, August 30, 1990.

Presented paper, "Southeast Asian Film Industries," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 21, 1990.

Moderator, "News, Newspapers, and Publishing in Asia" panel, Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, New Brunswick, New Jersey, October 21, 1990.

1991

Presented paper, "Mass Communications Research in Malaysia: History, Trends, Problems." Association for Asian Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 14, 1991.

Presented paper, "Comic Arts in the Caribbean," Caribbean Studies Association, Havana, Cuba, May 1991.

Co-chair, WittyWorld business meetings, Skopje, Yugoslavia, June 14-15, 1991.

Presented "Survey Results," WittyWorld business meeting, Skopje, Yugoslavia, June 14, 1991.

Chair, panel on Asian Mass Communications and Popular Culture, Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, November 2, 1991.

Presented paper, "Taiwan's Emerging Cartoon Arts--Interviews and Analyses," Mid-Atlantic Region/ Association for Asian Studies, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, November 2, 1991.

1992

Participant, "The Media in Democraticizing Societies," Wingspread Conference Center, Racine, Wisconsin, January 24-26, 1992.

Presented paper, "Comic Art in Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan," Popular Culture Association, Louisville, Kentucky, March 20, 1992.

Presented paper, "The Situation of Comic Art in Cuba: Not a Laughing Matter," Caribbean Studies Association, St. George's, Grenada, May 27, 1992.

Presented paper, "Comic Art and Film in Taiwan and the Philippines," Third International Conference, Asian Cinema Studies Society, New York City, June 12, 1992.

Presented lecture, "International Dimensions of Comic Art," Taipei cartoonists on occasion of seminar and first exhibition of works of comment cartoonists, Taipei, Taiwan, July 9, 1992.

Chair, session on "Application of Information/Communication Technology to Development," AMIC Conference, Manila, Philippines, July 18, 1992.

Presented lecture, "The World's Media Titans," Korean Society for Journalism and Mass Communication Studies," Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, July 6, 1992.

Presented paper, "Women Factory Workers in Malaysian Electronics Factories: Servants of the Multinationals," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Guaruja, Brazil, August 18, 1992.

Chair, Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Mass Communications Research, Guaruja, Brazil, August 17, 1992.

Presented paper, "The Comic Art Profession in Czechoslovakia," International Association for Mass Communications Research, Guaruja, Brazil, August 17, 1992.

Presented lecture, "Cartooning in Asia," 11th Annual International Salon du Dessin de Presse et d'Humour, St. Just le Martel, France, October 4, 1992.

Chair, panel on Asian Comics, Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, West Chester, Pennsylvania, November 1, 1992.

Presented paper, "Comic Art in Hong Kong and South Korea," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, West Chester, Pennsylvania, November 1, 1992.

Member, panel of judges. "Archikatura" cartoon competition, Bratislava and Maravany, Slovakia, February 1992.

1993

Chair, panel on "Comic Art in Asia," Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 10, 1993.

Presented paper, "Cartoons and Comics in the Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia," Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 10, 1993.

Presented paper, "Communication and Cultural Policy in the Caribbean: A Historical Perspective," Caribbean Studies Association, Kingston, Jamaica, May 25, 1993.

Presented lecture, "Comments," Suresh Sawant cartooning class, Bhavan College, Bombay, India, July 9, 1993.

Presented keynote address, "The World of Cartooning -- Uses, Motivations, Problems, Achievements," at Seminar, "Cartooning and Cartoonists of World," Media Forum, Trivandrum, India, July 12, 1993.

Presented talk, "Some Discussion Points on Cartooning," workshop on cartooning, Media Forum, Trivandrum, India, July 12, 1993.

Presented lecture, "Mass Media in the Third World: Recent Appraisal," University of Madras MA-2 Journalism class, Madras, India, July 21, 1993.

Presented lecture, "The Cartoonist: Everyman and everyman," at "A Symposium on Cartoons," Madras, India, July 22, 1993.

Chair, Q/A Session, "A Symposium on Cartoons," Madras, India, July 22, 1993.

Presented talk, "Aspects of Asian Cartooning," Myanmar Cartoonist Association, Yangon, Myanmar, July 30, 1993.

Presented paper, "Confucius, Common Man, Kenkoy: The Fascinating World of Asian Cartooning," 2nd Annual Comic Arts Conference, San Diego, California, August 18, 1993.

Chair, session, CALACS, Ottawa, Canada, October 23, 1993.

Presented paper, "Cartooning and Development in the Caribbean," CALACS, Ottawa, Canada, October 23, 1993.

Chaired panel, "Comics in Asia: Continued," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Ramapo College, Ramapo, New Jersey, October 31, 1993.

Presented paper, "Comic Books in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam," Mid- Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Ramapo, New Jersey, October 31, 1993.

Presented lecture, "Asian Comics: As Different as Durian, Kaki, and Rambutan," Omiya cartoon exhibition, Omiya, Japan, November 4, 1993.

Essential helper, "Media Support and Development Communication in a World of Change. New Answers to Old Questions?" Berlin, Germany, November 19-20, 1993.

Presented, "Report of Devcom Group 2," at "Media Support and Development Communication in a World of Change. New Answers to Old Questions?" Berlin, Germany, November 20, 1993.

1994

Presented paper, "From 'Kampong Boy' to 'Mr. Kiasu': Cartooning in Malaysia and Singapore," Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group, Association for Asian Studies, Boston, Massachusetts, March 25, 1994.

Originator and chair, panel, "Comic Art in Asia I," Popular Culture Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 9, 1994.

Originator and chair, panel, "Comic Art in Asia II," Popular Culture Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 9, 1994.

Presented paper, "Comics Off the Beaten Path -- Bangladesh, Burma, and Vietnam," Popular Culture Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 9, 1994.

Presented paper, "Comics in Malaysia and Singapore," Popular Culture Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 9, 1994.

Originator and chair, panel, "Comic Art: International Perspectives," Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 4, 1994.

Presented paper, "Comic Books in Asia: The Findings from 200 Interviews," Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 4, 1994.

Prepared paper, "Political Adversaries and Agents of Social Change: Editorial Cartoons in Southeast Asia and Korea," Sogang University, Seoul, Korea, July 4, 1994.

Originator and chair, panel, "Comic Art in Korea: First Hand Experiences," Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 5, 1994.

Discussant, panel, "Gender and Communication in Asia: The Role of Advertising," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 5, 1994.

Presented talk, "The Reamericanization of Communication Studies," plenary panel "In Honour of Dallas Smythe," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 5, 1994.

Discussant, panel, "Participatory Communication Research," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Seoul, Korea, July 6, 1994.

Originator and chair, panel, "Asian Comics and Cartoons III," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 22, 1994.

Presented paper, "Adversaries or Social Agents: Political Cartoonists in Asia," Mid-Atlantic Region/ Association for Asian Studies, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 22, 1994.

Presented paper, "Offshore Animation in Asia," 16th Annual Ohio University Film Conference, Athens, Ohio, November 4, 1994.

Discussant, panel on "Nature Against Culture, Culture Against Nature," at "No Boundaries, New Frontiers" conference, Ottawa, Canada, November 11, 1994.

Presented talk, "Asian Manga Industry," First AnimEast, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 13, 1994.

Presented lecture, "Studying Comic Art: It's More Than Just Pow! Wham! Bang!" Department of Communication Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, December 2, 1994.

1995

Presented paper, "Manga and Anime in Asia," Manga Symposium, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., January 28, 1995.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society meeting, at Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., April 8, 1995.

Presented paper, "Comic Strips in Asia," Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 12, 1995.

Chair, "Asian Comics" panel, Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 12, 1995.

Chair, "Asian Cartoons and Caricatures" panel, Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 12, 1995.

Chair, "Political Economy" session, Fifth Tun Abdul Razak Conference, Athens, Ohio, April 21, 1995.

Chair, "Institutional Development Within Transport and Communication" panel, Caribbean Studies Association, Willemstad, Curaçao, May 25, 1995.

Presented paper, "Institutional Development Within Mass Communication--A Caribbean Perspective," Caribbean Studies Association, Willemstad, Curaçao, May 25, 1995.

Invited opening address, "An Overview of Trends and Problems in Cartooning Worldwide, with an Emphasis on Asia," First Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, Seoul, Korea, August 11, 1995.

Panelist, symposium on "Animation and Cultural Identity," First Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, Seoul, Korea, August 12, 1995.

Member, domestic animation jury, First Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival, Seoul, Korea, August 11, 13, 1995.

Presented paper , "The Status of Animation in Asia Based on Interviews with Animators in China, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Burma, Bangladesh, and Indonesia," Society for Animation Studies, Greensboro, North Carolina, September 29, 1995.

Originator and chair, "Asian Cartoons and Comics I," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Towson, Maryland, October 21, 1995.

Originator and chair, "Asian Cartoons and Comics II," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Towson, Maryland, October 21, 1995.

Presented paper, "Asian Comic Strips: Not Quite a Century," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Towson, Maryland, October 21, 1995.

Originator and chair, "Korean Animation" panel, Animeast 95, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 10, 1995.

Presented paper on Korean animation, AnimEast 95, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 10, 1995.

Presented paper, "Problems of Japanese Manga Exports to Asia," AnimEast 95, New Brunswick, New Jersey, November 10, 1995.

1996

Member, cartoon jury, Archikatura 3, Bratislava, Slovakia, February 14, 1996.

Presented talk, "Looking Back at the Commencement of WittyWorld's Tenth Year." WittyWorld meeting, Bratislava, Slovakia, February 15, 1996.

Member, cartoon jury, "Satyrykon," Legnica, Poland, February 17, 1996.

Originator and chair, "Asian Comics and Cartoons" panel, Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28, 1996.

Presented paper, "The Birthing of a Research Tradition for Asian Comic Art," Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28, 1996.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 13, 1996.

Presented paper, "Video in Southeast Asia and Southeast Asian Studies: Uses, Abuses," Association for Asian Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, April, 12, 1996.

Presented paper, "Comic Art in the Philippines: A Long and Varied Tradition," Fifth International Philippine Studies Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 16, 1996.

Chair, "Popular Culture and the Media" panel, Fifth International Philippine Studies Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April, 16, 1996.

Presented paper, "Tapping the Abundant Resources Available To Teach Asia Through Film," Symposium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 4, 1996.

Invited opening speaker, "The Many Faces of Comic Art Globally," Satyrykon '96, opening ceremonies, Legnica, Poland, June 14, 1996.

Presented paper, "The Role of Cartooning During Democratic Transitions," at "Southern Africa in Global Context" conference, South African Sociological Association and International Sociological Association, Durban South Africa, July 10, 1996.

Presented talk, "Trends in Cartooning Worldwide," Johannesburg Cartoonists Group, Johannesburg, South Africa, July 15, 1996.

Respondent, "Significance and Impact of Satellite Television Programming in South Asia, "International Association for Mass Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, August 20, 1996.

Chair, plenary, "The State of Critical Communication," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, August 22, 1996.

Presented introduction, "The State of Critical Communication," International Association for Mass Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, August 22, 1996.

Chair, Comic Art Working Group panel, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, August 22, 1996.

Presented paper, "Cartooning, Development, and Social Conscientization, with Special Attention to the Case of South Africa," Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Mass Communication Research, Sydney, Australia, August 22, 1996.

Presented talk, "WittyWorld's Ten Years," WittyWorld business meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, September 23, 1996.

Member, panel on "Communications and Comics," Cartoon Festival, Istanbul, Turkey, September 23, 1996.

Presented slide show, "The Invisible Giant: The World of Asian Cartoons and Comics," Cartoon Festival, Istanbul, Turkey, September 23, 1996

Presented paper, "Korean Animation -- The Boom Years," Society for Animation Studies, Madison, Wisconsin, September 28, 1996.

Presented paper, "Asian Film Studies: From Obscurity to Obfuscation," Symposium on Film Collections in Asia, Beijing, China, October 10, 1996.

Presented lecture, "How To Study Asian Film: Some Modest Ideas," Research Institute of Cinema and Television, Chinese Academy of Art Research, Beijing, October 10, 1996.

Presented lecture, "Issues in the Study of Media Globally," graduate seminar, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, October 12, 1996.

Originator and chair, "Comics and Cartoons in Asia" panel, Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, October 26, 1996.

Presented paper, "Establishing Asian Comic Art as Scholarly Endeavor," Mid-Atlantic Region/ Association for Asian Studies, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey, October 26, 1996.

1997

Presented lecture, "Today's Media: What Voice in Foreign Policy?" Great Decisions 1997 Series, Cheltenham Township Adult School, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, February 27, 1997.

Organizer and chair, "Comic Art of Asia: An Inter-Area, Multi-Genre Perspective" panel, Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, March 13,1997.

Presented paper, "Korean Animation: An Analysis of the Boom Years," Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, March 13, 1997.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, March 15, 1997.

Presented lecture, "Foreign Policy and U.S. Mass Media," Great Decisions Group, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, March 24, 1997.

Organizer and chair, "Asian Popular Culture" (two sessions), Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 26, 1997.

Chair, "International Dimensions of Comic Art" panel, Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 28, 1997.

Presented paper, "Cartoons and Comics with a Social Conscience: The Case of South Africa," Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 29, 1997.

Presented paper, "International Scope and Approaches to Comic Art Scholarship," Eastern Communication Association, Baltimore, Maryland, April 11, 1997.

Discussant, "Perspectives on the Comics Medium," Eastern Communication Association, Baltimore, Maryland, April 11, 1997

Presented paper, "Animation and Its Offshore Factories," International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 25, 1997.

Presented "Welcome Address" as chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society 5th Biennial Conference, Peterborough, Canada, August 21, 1997.

Chair, Asian Cinema panel, Asian Cinema Studies Society 5th Biennial Conference, Peterborough, Canada, August 22, 1997.

Presented paper, "The Asian Animated Film: Foreign and Domestic Implications," Asian Cinema Studies Society 5th Biennial Conference, Peterborough, Canada, August 22, 1997.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society business meeting, Peterborough, Canada, August 22, 1997.

Presented paper, "Fantasy and Humor in Asian Comic Books," International Comics and Animation Festival, Georgetown University, Silver Spring, Maryland September 20, 1997.

Presented paper, "Animation in Turkey: Historical and Contemporary Problem Analyses," (with Asli Tunç), Society for Animation Studies, Utrecht, Netherlands, October 11, 1997.

Originator and chair, Comics panel, Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, West Chester, Pennsylvania, October 26, 1997.

Presented paper, "Sri Lanka Cartooning: A Precarious Profession," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, West Chester, Pennsylvania, October 26, 1997.

1998

Presented lecture, "Globalization, Communication and Asia: An Historical Drama in Five Acts," University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, February 13, 1998.

Consultant, Anthropology Department, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, February 13, 1998.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society business meeting, at Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., March 28, 1998.

Organizer and chair, "Asian Popular Culture: Filmic Dimensions" panel, Popular Culture Association, Orlando, Florida, April 11, 1998.

Organizer and Chair, "Asian Popular Culture: Television, Popular Music, the Novel," panel, Popular Culture Association, Orlando, Florida, April 11, 1998.

Presented paper, "Comics Controversies and Codes: Reverberations in Asia," Popular Culture Association, Orlando, Florida, April 9, 1998.

Chair, "New Perspectives on Visual Arts" panel, Asian Popular Culture conference, Victoria, Canada, April 18, 1998.

Presented paper, "Comic Art in East Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives," Asian Popular Culture conference, Victoria, Canada, April 18, 1998.

"Welcoming Address," WittyWorld business meeting, Havana, Cuba, June 22, 1998.

Presented paper, "Asian Cartoons and Comics," "Humor de Fin de Siglo" cartoon festival, Havana, Cuba, June 25, 1998.

"Opening Remarks." Presentation of awards, "Humor de Fin de Siglo" cartoon festival, Havana, Cuba, June 27, 1998

Member of jury, "Humor de Fin de Siglo" cartoon competition, Havana, Cuba, June 23, 1998.

Organizer and chair, "Cartoons, Comics, Humor Magazines of Brazil, the Netherlands, and Turkey," International Association for Media and Communication, Glasgow, Scotland, July 29, 1998.

Presented paper, “Comic Art of the Netherlands: A Diverse and Lively Tradition,” International Association for Media and Communication, Glasgow, Scotland, July 29, 1998.

Presented paper (with Asli Tunç), "Women and Animation in Turkey," Society for Animation Studies, Orange, California, August 15, 1998.

Presented plenary lecture, "Comic Art of Asia: An Invisible Giant Awakened," International Comics and Animation Festival, Bethesda, Maryland, September 24, 1998.

Presented lecture, "From Kenkoy to Kobau: Comic Strips and Political Cartoons of Asia," East Asian Language Department, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., September 25, 1998.

Organizer and chair, "Asian Animation and Cartoons," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Newark, Delaware, October 25, 1998.

Presented paper, "Animation in Asia: Random Thoughts from Interviews with Six Pioneer Animators," Mid-Atlantic Region/Association for Asian Studies, Newark, Delaware, October 25, 1998.

1999

Presented lecture, "Foreign Policy in Information Age," Cheltenham Great Decisions Group, Huntington Valley, Pennsylvania, March 1, 1999.

Chair, "Asian Popular Culture: Animation and Comics" panel, Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, April 1, 1999.

Chair, "Asian Popular Culture II" panel, Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, April 1, 1999.

Chair, "Asian Popular Culture: Filmic Dimensions" panel, Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, April 1, 1999.

Presented paper, "Animation in Asia: An Overview," Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, April 1, 1999.

Presented lecture, "Chinese Animation Cinema: The Artistic Showcase or Commercial Marketplaces?" Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, April 7, 1999.

Chair, "Bollywood Movie Mix" panel, South Asian Popular Culture conference, Victoria, Canada, April 22, 1999.

Presented paper, "South Asian Comic Art: Contemporary Dimensions," South Asian Popular Culture conference, Victoria, Canada, April 23, 1999.

Presented opening talk, "Faiths Towards a New Millennium" cartoon exhibition, Istanbul, Turkey, May 5, 1999.

Presented paper, "Cartooning and Philosophy," 5th Uluslararasi Karikatür Festivali, Ankara, Turkey, May 8, 1999.

Presented "Cartooning and Philosophy" slide show, 5th Uluslararasi Karikatür Festivali, Ankara, Turkey, May 9, 1999.

Chair, Asia-Pacific Focus panel, Society for Animation Studies, Brisbane, Australia, August 5, 1999.

Presented paper, "Long Before Tezuka: Some Beginnings of Asian Comic Art," International Comic Art Festival, Bethesda, Maryland, September 17, 1999.

Lecture on cartooning, House of Cartoons faculty and students, Tehran, Iran, October 3, 1999.

Presented lecture, "Asian Cartooning Connections to Art," Fourth Tehran Cartoon Biennial, Tehran, Iran, October 7, 1999.

Presented lecture, "Battling Wars, Preventing AIDS and Teaching Economics: The Varied Uses of Comic Art," at "Funny and Crazy Millennium International CartoonSymposium," Lviv, Ukraine, November 3, 1999.

Presented lecture, "The Many Uses of Comic Art Worldwide," Academy of Fine Arts students and faculty, Lviv, Ukraine, November 5, 1999.

2000

Coordinator, “Comic Art: A Global Idiom,” colloquium, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. February 2 — Jerry Robinson; February 9 — Lat (Mohd. Nor Khalid); March 1 — Oleg and Halyna Dergatchov; March 29 — Maurice Horn; April 12 — Ares and Garrincha.

Member of jury, second Cartoon Biennial, Havana, Cuba, February 13-21, 2000.

Organizer and chair, “Asian Popular Culture” panel, Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 22, 2000.

Presented paper, “Asian Political Cartoons: An Overview,” Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 22, 2000.

Co-organizer, Asian Cinema Studies Society conference, Norman, Oklahoma, May 18-20, 2000.

“Welcoming Remarks,” ACSS conference, Norman, Oklahoma, May 19, 2000.

Chair, panel, ACSS conference, Norman, Oklahoma, May 19, 2000.

Presented paper, “Animation in Southeast Asia: A New Kid on the Block,” ACSS conference, Norman, Oklahoma, May 19, 2000.

Chair, business meeting, ACSS, Norman, Oklahoma, May 20, 2000.

Organizer and chair, “Comic Art: Worldwide Dimensions” panel, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Singapore, July 19, 2000.

Organizer and chair, “Comic Art: Honing in on Asia” panel, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Singapore, July 19, 2000.

Presented paper, “Organizing an International Comic Art Colloquium in Canada and the International Journal of Comic Art in the United States,” International Association for Media and Communication Research, Singapore, July 19, 2000.

Presented impromptu speech, “Public Discourse in Singapore: Change but no Change?” Participatory Communication Section, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Singapore, July 20, 2000.

Discussant, Participatory Communication panel, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Singapore, July 20, 2000.

Organizer and chair, “Symposium (Part I): Comic Art from International Dimensions” panel, International Society for Humor Studies, Osaka, Japan, July 26, 2000.

Organizer and chair, “Symposium (Part II): Comic Art from International Dimensions” panel, International Society for Humor Studies, Osaka, Japan, July 26, 2000.

Presented paper, “Comics for Development: The South African Case,” International Society for Humor Studies, Osaka, Japan, July 26, 2000.

Chair, “Asia” panel, Society for Animation Studies conference, Trondheim, Norway, August 6, 2000. (In absentia).

Presented paper, “Animation in South and Southeast Asia,” Society for Animation Studies, Trondheim, Norway, August 6, 2000. (In absentia).

Invited interviewee, “Chinese Cartoons and Animation,” Voice of America television and radio, “Perspectives on China” program, Washington, D.C., September 21, 2000. 9-10 a.m.

Co-organizer, “Centennial Reflections on Chinese Cinema: A Generational Dialogue” Film Festival and International Symposium, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, October 3-7, 2000. Invited directors: Xie Jin, Shi Shujun, Wu Ziniu, Huo Jianqi.

Introductory remarks about Shi Shujun and screening of her “Death of a College Girl,” at “Centennial Reflections on Chinese Cinema…,” Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, October 4, 2000.

Introductory remarks, Chinese cinema directors symposium, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 5, 2000.

Presented keynote address, “Chinese Cinema and the WTO,” at “Centennial Reflections on Chinese Cinema: A Generational Dialogue” festival and symposium, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, October 7, 2000.

Gave comments on Asian cartooning and ancient art, Faculty of Fine Arts, Lviv, Ukraine, October 13, 2000.

Facilitator, International Workshop on Cartoon Journalism and Democratization in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, November 8-10, 2000.

Presented keynote address, “Cartooning and Democratization,” International Workshop on Cartoon Journalism and Democratization in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, November 8, 2000.

Chair, two panels of country representatives (Botswana, South Africa, and Zambia), International Workshop on Cartoon Journalism and Democratization in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, November 9, 2000.

Chair, “Networking and Future of Cartoon Journalism in Southern Africa” panel, International Workshop on Cartoon Journalism and Democratization in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, November 10, 2000.

Gave final remarks, International Workshop on Cartoon Journalism and Democratization in Southern Africa, Gaborone, Botswana, November 10, 2000.

Presented keynote address, “Comic Art: Some Global Issues,” II. Uluslarasi Karikatür Festivali Doğu-Bati (East-West International Cartoon Festival), Yeni Yüksektepe, Istanbul, Turkey, November 25, 2000.

 

2001


Presented paper, "Public Service Media in the Age of Commercialization. A Chinese Case Study," at "Rethinking Public Media in a Transitional Era," New York, New York, January 13, 2001.

Member, cartoon jury, International Cartoon Bienal, Havana and San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba, March 28-April 4, 2001.

Presented lecture, “On the Way to Comics Scholarship: A Long, but Bumpy, and Unfinished Road,” at “Tribute to M. Tom Inge” panel, Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 13, 2001.

Chaired, panel, “Pacific Rim Popular Culture: Other Dimensions,” Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 2001.

Chaired, panel, “Asian Popular Culture: Filmic Dimensions,” Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 2001.

Chaired, panel, “Asian Studies: Comics, Cartoons, and Animation, Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 2001.

Chaired, panel, “Asian Studies: Gender & Asian Comic Art,” Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 2001.

Presented paper, “Malaysian and Singaporean Cartooning: An Updated Appraisal,” Popular Culture Association, Philadelphia, Pa., April 14, 2001.

Lecture, “WTO and Chinese Film,” Peking University, Beijing, China, June 5, 7, 2001.

Lecture, “Artists with a Keen Sense of Humor: Early Comic Art of Asia,” Peking University, Beijing, China, June 6, 2001.

Featured participant, roundtable, “Comic Art Importance,” Peking University, Beijing, China, June 12, 2001.

Lecture, “Artists with a Keen Sense of Humor: Early Comic Art of Asia,” 2nd Foreign Language Institute, Beijing, China, June 12, 2001.

Keynote address, “WTO and Chinese Film,” Symposium, CCTV, Beijing, China, June 13, 2001.

Invited paper, “Asia Media Content: Fast Food or Cultural Banquet? Some Policy Implications,” International Symposium on Cultural Content, organized by KCCA and KBI, Seoul, Korea, September 7, 2001.

Invited guest, Shanghai International Film Festival, Shanghai, China, June 14-17, 2001.

Chair, “Asian Animation II” panel, Society for Animation Studies, Montreal, Canada, October 25, 2001.

Presented paper, “Six Oldtimers and a Couple of Youngsters,” Society for Animation Studies, Montreal, Canada, October 25, 2001. With Xu Ying.

2002

Lecture, “Trends in Animation Production Globally and in Asia Relative to High Technology,” Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, January 8, 2002.

Discussion, “Animation Possibilities,” Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, January 9, 2002.

Discussion, “Film Studies, Film Scholars,” Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, January 9, 2002.

Lecture, “Current State of the U.S. Film Industry, with Ramifications for China and Asia,” Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, January 11, 2002.

Discussion, “Asian Film Studies in the U.S.,” graduate students, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China, January 13, 2002.

Led symposium, “How To Sell Chinese Animation Globally,” animation directors, Shanghai Animation Film Studio, Shanghai, China, January 14, 2002.

Chair, “Asian Cinema and Animation” panel, Asian Popular Culture, PCA, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2002.

Chair, “Asian Television” panel, Asian Popular Culture, PCA, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2002.

Chair, “Asian Comic Art” panel, Asian Popular Culture, PCA, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2002.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture: Other Asian Media,” Asian Popular Culture, PCA, Toronto, Canada, March 15, 2002.

Presented paper, “Chinese Cartooning: The Veteran Artists’ Views,” Asian Popular Culture, PCA, Toronto, Canada, March 14, 2002. With Xu Ying.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society business meeting, Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., April 6, 2002.

Discussant, panel, “Communication and Control: The Impact of New Information Technology in Southeast Asia,” Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C., April 7, 2002.

Lecture, “Chinese Film, WTO, Globalization,” Sogang University Film Graduate Program, Seoul, Korea, April 26, 2002.

“Welcome address,” Asian Cinema Studies Society, Jeonju, Korea, April 27, 2002.

Conference program chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society, Jeonju, Korea, April 27-29, 2002.

Presented paper, “Pioneer Animators of China, Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia: A Series of Conversations,” Asian Cinema Studies Society, Jeonju, Korea, April 27, 2002.

Keynote address, “Comic Art in ‘Bounds’ -- The Case of Southern Africa,” International Comic Arts Festival, Bethesda, Maryland, September 5, 2002.

Presented paper, “Juan Padrón and Cuban Animation,” Society for Animation Studies, Glendale, California, September 28, 2002.

Presented lecture, “Animation in Asia & the Pacific,” Le Giornate del Cinema Muto Film Fair, Sacile, Italy, October 16, 2002.

Lecture, “Chinese Animation in Asian Context,” Polygraphic Academy, Lvov, Ukraine, October 22, 2002.

One of four keynote addresses, “An Academic Desert No Longer: Development of Asian Popular Culture with Particular Reference to Japan,” at “Japan Studies: Foreign Perspectives,” 10th Anniversary, Graduate School of International Cultural Studies, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 29, 2002.

Lecture, “Animation in Asia: An Overview,” Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 30, 2002.

Lecture, “The Rapid Changing of Asian Animation,” Animation School of Beijing Broadcasting Institute, Beijing, December 20, 2002.

2003

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society business meeting, Association for Asian Studies, New York City, March 29, 2003.

Introduction, screening of “Akira,” Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, April 14, 2003.

Lecture, “Animation in East Asia,” Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, April 14, 2003.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture I: Representations, Culture vs. Imperialism and China. Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture II: Animation of Japan, Taiwan, and Malaysia. Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture III: Cartooning, Cinema, Resorts. Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture IV: Global Sports and the Media: The Dissemination of Occidental Sports Through Mass Media in Asian Countries. Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 18, 2003.

Paper, “Malaysian Animation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.” Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003.

Paper, “The Women of Chinese Cartooning.” Popular Culture Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 17, 2003. (With Xu Ying).

Guest, Far East Film 5. Udine, Italy, April 24-27, 2003.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society. Seattle, Washington, June, 1, 2003.

“Welcome” address. Asian Cinema Studies Society. Seattle, Washington, May, 31, 2003.

Paper, “Two Firsts in Chinese Animation: The Wan Brothers’ ‘The Camel Dance’ and ‘Princess Iron Fan.’” Asian Cinema Studies Society. Seattle, Washington, May, 31, 2003.

Featured Speaker, “The Geography of Comics Worldwide: Their Terrain, Climate, and Demographics.” 2003 Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival, Seoul, Korea, August 13, 2003.

Paper, “India’s Amar Chitra Katha: Fictionalized History or the Real Story?” Berliner Comic Festival, Berlin, Germany, August 28, 2003.

Paper, “To Stay or Not To Stay: The Cuban Cartoonists’ Dilemma.” International Comic Arts Festival, Washington D.C., September 6, 2003.

Paper, “Eastern Asian Cartooning in the Context of Political Resistance, Revolt, and Reconciliation.” At “From the Book to the Internet: Communication Technologies, Human Motions and Cultural Formations in Eastern Asia.” University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, October 16-18, 2003.

Paper, “Asian Popular Culture: Globalization, Japanization?” Graduate faculty/student seminar, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 7, 2003.

Paper, “Early History of Asian Missionary Press.” Inter-university symposium, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 8, 2003.

2004

Chair, animation panel, “Popular Visual Culture: Animation & Comics.” Pacific Asia Cultural Studies Forum, Goldsmith’s College, University of London, London, England, January 23, 2004.

Plenary speech, “The Geography of Comics Worldwide: Their Terrain, Climate, and Demographics.” At “Popular Visual Culture: Animation & Comics.” Pacific Asia Cultural Studies Forum, Goldsmith’s College, University of London, London, England, January 23, 2004.

Invited lecture, “Asian Comics: Tools of Social Enhancement?” School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, London, England, January 28, 2004.

Lecture, “Animation from Another Part of the Globe: China and South Korea.” At The First International Showcase of Animation “Silver Fly,” Florence, Italy, January 27, 2004.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture I: Comic Art. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture II: Film, Robots. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture III: Japanese Anime I: Gender and Politics in Studio Ghibli Films. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004. (With Wendy Goldberg).

Chair, Asian Popular Culture IV: Japanese Anime II: History and Reception of Miyazaki’s Films. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004. (With Wendy Goldberg).

Chair, Asian Popular Culture V: Assorted Topics. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004.

Chair, Comic Arts and Comics V: The African Comics and Cartoon Scene. Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 9, 2004.

Paper, “Chinese Cartoon Master Liao Bingxiong: A Poor Kid, Brave Caricaturist, and Kind ‘Grandpa’.” Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 7, 2004. (With Xu Ying).

Paper, “Move Over Tarzan, There Are African Comics: An Overview.” Popular Culture Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 9, 2004.

Keynote address, “Comic Art as Intercultural Communicator Between East and West.” At International Conference on Intercultural Communication, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, June 6, 2004.

Speaker, Intercountry Exchange. Department of Journalism of Hubei University, Wuhan, China, June 8, 2004.

Lecture, “Animation in Southeast Asia and Korea,” Animation Department students, Shanghai University Film, Television and Technology School, Shanghai, China, June 10, 2004.

Talk, “Trends, Issues of the Animation World and Suggestions for Developing Shanghai University Animation Program.” Animation Department faculty, Shanghai University Film, Television and Technology School, Shanghai, China, June 11, 2004.

Chair, Comic Art Working Group. International Association for Media and Communication Research. Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 28, 2004.

Paper, “Animation in Southeast Asia: A Growth Area.” International Association for Media and Communication Research. Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 28, 2004.

Paper (leadoff paper), “The Breadth and Reach of Comic Art in Asia.” Art Sub-Group, “Beijing Forum,” Beijing, China, August 24, 2004.

Lecture, “Animation and Globalization, with Special Relevance to Korea.” Peking University, Beijing, China, August 26, 2004.

Lecture, “The ‘Sleeper’ Status of Southeast Asian Animation.” Faculty, graduate students. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, September 8, 2004.

Keynote speech, “We’ve Come a Long Way, or Have We? – American Research on Asian Mass Communication.” Inaugural International Conference on Asian Media Research, Singapore, September 9, 2004.

Co-chair, Panel of Assessors. International Conference on Asian Media Research, Singapore, September 9-10, 2004.

Co-organizer, “Inaugural Workshop on Asian Comic Art.” Singapore, September 11, 2004.

Keynote speech, “Comic Art: Is It an Art Form or Just a Medium of Communication?” Inaugural Workshop on Asian Comic Art, Singapore, September 11, 2004.

Panelist, “Comic Art as Business.” Inaugural Workshop on Asian Comic Art, Singapore, September 11, 2004.

Co-organizer, Chair, Inaugural Asian Comic Art Symposium cum Workshop. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, September 13-14, 2004.

Keynote speech, “The Breadth and Reach of Comic Art in Asia.” Inaugural Asian Comic Art Symposium cum Workshop, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, September 13-14, 2004.

Guest speaker, “The Masters Speak: Chinese Cartoonists Profiles,” International Comic Arts Festival, Bethesda, MD., September 30, 2004. (With Xu Ying).

Invited guest, “Deletions, Omissions and Erasures.” 2004 Festival of Cartoon Art. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 15-16, 2004.

Keynote speech, “Alternative Cartooning: Examples from Asia and the Pacific.” At The Graphic Novel in Southern Africa: Critical Perspectives, Stellenbosch, South Africa, October 25, 2004.

Public lecture, “The Glory Years of Chinese Animation (1950s-1980s) and Before and After.” Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, November 11, 2004.

Lecture, “Asian Animation Beyond Anime: The Korean Example.” Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, November 11, 2004.

Lecture, “Chinese and Japanese World War II Propaganda Cartoons.” Far Eastern History Class, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, November 12, 2004.

2005

Co-organizer, International Showcase of Animation “Silver Fly 2,” Florence, Italy, February 6-13, 2005.

Lecture, “Frédéric Back: The Man Who Planted Ideas (and Trees).” International Showcase of Animation “Silver Fly 2,” Florence, Italy, February 8, 2005. (With Xu Ying).

Chair, Asian Popular Culture I: Asian Film, Part 1. Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 23, 2005.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture II: Asian Film, Part 2. Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 23, 2005.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture III: A Potpourri of Topics. Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 23, 2005.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture IV: Asian Animation and Cartooning. Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 24, 2005.

Paper, “Indonesian Cartooning: History and Trends.” Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 24, 2005.

Chair, Asian Popular Culture V: Indian Film & Culture. Popular Culture Association, San Diego, California, March 24, 2005.

Paper, “Cuban cartoonists: Masters of Coping.” At “Redrawing the Nation: Latin American Comics and the Graphic Construction of National Identity.” Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA., April 5, 2005.

Keynote speech, “Comic Art as an Alternative Medium, with Examples from Five Continents.” At “Alternative Media: Idealism versus Pragmatism” conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, April 19, 2005.

Moderator, “Comic Art Workshop.” At “Alternative Media: Idealism versus Pragmatism” conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, April 20, 2005.

Lecture, “Japanese and Chinese Animation.” Ogden High School, 2 classes, Ogden, Utah, April 26, 2005.

Lecture, “The Glory Years of Chinese Animation: Part II.” Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, April 27, 2005.

Invited paper, “Uses and Functions of Asian Animation in the Pre-Digital Age.” The First China International Animation Summit Forum, Hangzhou, China, June 2, 2005.

Welcome address, “The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of Asian Cinema Studies Society. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization.” Beijing, China, June 6, 2005.

Keynote address. “The Origins of Asian Film Studies: Seven Pioneers’ Recollections.” At “The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of Asian Cinema Studies Society. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization.” Beijing, China, June 6, 2005.

Paper, “The Dual Careers of China’s ‘Three Musketeers’ of Animation: A Da, Wang Shuchen and Zhan Tong.” At “The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of Asian Cinema Studies Society. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization.” Beijing, China, June 7, 2005. (With Xu Ying).

Welcoming remarks, “The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of Asian Cinema Studies Society. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization.” Shanghai, China, June 9, 2005.

Chair, Asian Cinema Studies Society business meeting. Asian Cinema Studies Society, Shanghai, China, June 9, 2005.

Chair, “Toward a Pan-Asian and Transnational Cinema: Identity in Negotiation” panel. “The Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema and the 2005 Annual Conference of Asian Cinema Studies Society. National, Transnational, International: Chinese Cinema and Asian Cinema in the Context of Globalization.” Shanghai, China, June 10, 2005.

Lecture, “Geography of Comics Worldwide: Their Terrain, Climate, and Demographics.” Calicomix: XI Salón de Historietas y Caricaturas de Cali, Cali, Colombia, June 23, 2005.

Lecture, “Latin American Comic Art: An Overview.” Calicomix: XI Salón de Historietas y Caricaturas de Cali, Cali, Colombia, June 23, 2005.

Lecture, “Comic Art as an Alternative Medium, with Examples from Five Continents.” Calicomix: XI Salón de Historietas y Caricaturas de Cali, Cali, Colombia, June 24, 2005.

Featured paper, “Comic Art and Society: Roles and Issues.” AMIC Distinguished Forum, 14th AMIC Annual Conference, Beijing, China, July 18, 2005.

Chair, “Youth and Media: Values and Messages” panel. The 14th AMIC Annual Conference, Beijing, China, July 21, 2005.

Paper, “Cartooning and the ‘Cultural Revolution.’” Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Taipei, Taiwan, July 28, 2005. (With Xu Ying).

Chair, “Comic Art” panel. Comic Art Working Group, International Association for Media and Communication Research, Taipei, Taiwan, July 28, 2005.

Keynote lecture, “The Richness of African Cartooning: A Secret Far Too Long.” At “Celebrating the Past, Anticipating the Future: Cartooning in Kenya,” First International Cartoon Conference, Daystar University, Nairobi, Kenya, August 18, 2005.

Chair, Cartoonists Roundtable (9 present).  At “Celebrating the Past, Anticipating the Future: Cartooning in Kenya,” First International Cartoon Conference, Daystar University, Nairobi, Kenya, August 18, 2005.

Distinguished keynote lecture, “Asian Animation and Globalization/Localization.” 2005 China International Cartoon and Digital Arts Festival, Changzhou, China, September 30, 2005.

Introduction of Fang Cheng, keynote speaker, International Comic Arts Festival, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., October 14, 2005.

Keynote lecture, “La Caricatura en Africa.” 12º Festival Internacional de Caricatura ‘Ricardo Rendon’ and Muestra Internacional de Caricatura. Medellin, Colombia, November 3, 2005.

Keynote lecture, “Development Communication and Globalization/Digitalization: An Oxymoron?” Presented at The Second International Conference on Digital Communication, “Rethinking Digital Technologies and Development,” National Chung-Cheng University, Chia-Yi, Taiwan, November 25, 2005.

Keynote speech, “Chinese Animation in the Handcrafted and National Age and the Digital and Global Age.” Presented at “International Conference on Globalization and Chinese Cultures,” Tamkang University, Danshui, Taiwan, November 26, 2005.

Lecture, “Organizing, Researching a Ph. D. Dissertation,” China University of Communication Ph. D. in Animation students, Beijing, China, December 8, 2005.

Public lecture, “Uses and  Functions of Asian Animation,” China University of Communication, Beijing, China, December 8, 2005.

Invited lecture, “Chinese Documentary and Animation: A Call for Research and Brief History of Animation.” Presented at “Retrospective and Outlook: International Forum for the Centennial Celebration of Chinese Cinema,” Beijing, China, December 11, 2005.

“Opening Remarks: Some Issues of This Conference.” International Conference on New Media Study: Art and Technology, Harbin, China, December 16, 2005.

Keynote speech, “New Media and Modern Society: Impacts with Attending Myths and Some Moral Questions.” International Conference on New Media Study: Art and Technology, Harbin, China, December 17, 2005.

2006

Lecture, “Uses and Functions of Asian Animation.” 3rd International Showcase of Animation Silver Fly 3, Florence, Italy, February 28, 2006.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture I: Japan/Anime.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 12, 2006.

Paper, “Feng Zikai: Father of Chinese Cartooning.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 13, 2006.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture II: China.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 13, 2006.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture III: Japan/Representations; Indonesian Cinema.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14, 2006.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture IV: Korea and India.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14, 2006.

Chair, “Asian Popular Culture V: Japan/Film, Rap, Online Games.” Popular Culture Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April 14, 2006.

Keynote speech, “A Winding, Bumpy Road: A History of Comic Art Scholarship.” 2006 Colloquium of the Australian Humour Scholars Network, “Studying and Applying Humour.” Melbourne, Australia, April 19, 2006.

Keynote lecture, “Animation’s Uses, Functions, and Issues.” International Forum for Digital Image and Animation Art. Tainan University of the Arts, Tainan, Taiwan, May 1, 2006.

Keynote lecture, “Animation’s Uses, Functions, and Issues.” International Forum for Digital Image and Animation Art. Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 4, 2006.

Workshop, “Telling Animation Stories.” Tainan National University of the Arts, Tainan, Taiwan, May 5, 2006.

Workshop, “Evaluating Students Works from Three Continents.” Tainan National University of the Arts, Tainan, Taiwan, May 8, 2006.

Keynote speech, “The Uses and Functions of Asian Animation, Cartooning and Comics.” International Conference on Asian Comics, Animation & Gaming. Toronto, Canada, May 18, 2006.

Opening comments, Launching of Asian Research Center for Animation and Comic Art. Communication University of China, Beijing, China, May 25, 2006.

Major lecture, “Asian Comic Art and Asian Culture.” Aniwow! The 1st China (Beijing) International Student Animation Festival. Communication University of China, Beijing, China, May 26, 2006.

Plenary lecture, “The Need for and Steps Towards Studying Asian Comic Art.” At “New Perspectives in Media and Communication Research.” 15th AMIC Annual Conference, Penang, Malaysia, July 18, 2006.

Chair, panel “Communicating in the New Media Environment.” 15th AMIC Annual Conference, Penang, Malaysia, July 18, 2006.

Featured speaker, “The Transformation of Asian Comic Books -- 1990s-2006.” Dartmouth Summer Arts Festival 2006. Dartmouth University, Hanover, New Hampshire, July 21, 2006.

Paper, “East Africa’s Lively Cartooning Tradition.” International Association for Media and Communication Research, Cairo, Egypt, July 26, 2006.

Chair, Comic Art Working Group. International Association for Media and Communication Research, Cairo, Egypt, July 26, 2006. 

 Paper, “Wartime Cartooning in China.” International Association for Media and Communication Research, Cairo, Egypt, July 26, 2006. (With Xu Ying).

Featured speaker, “Asian Comic Art and Asian Culture.” International Animation Education Forum, Changchun, Jilin, China, September 18, 2006.

Presentation with Questions and Answers, XXX Salón Internacional del Cómic del Principado de Asturias, Gijón, Spain, October 13, 2006.

Lecture, “Beyond Manga and Anime: Asian Comics and Animation Today.” Villanova University Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures Lecture Series, Villanova, Pennsylvania, October 26, 2006.

Chair, “main theme speech” panel, 2006 International Animation Artists Salon, Wuhan, China, November 2, 2006.

Presented “main theme speech,” “Asian Animation Relative to Asian Comics,” 2006 International Animation Artists Salon, Wuhan, China, November 2, 2006.

Invited public address, “Dynamics of Asian Animation and Development of Chinese Animation,” Wuhan Optic Valley Plaza, Wuhan, China, November 4, 2006.

Keynote speech, “Asian Animation: The Digital Age and Before.”
International Conference, “Digital Communication: The Challenge of the New Era.” Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 29, 2006.

2007

Chair, panel, Asian Popular Culture II: Indian and North Korean Film, Taiwanese “Idol Drama.” Popular Culture Association, Boston, Massachusetts, April 4, 2007.

Chair, panel, Asian Popular Culture III: Identity and Representation. Popular Culture Association, Boston, Massachusetts, April 4, 2007.

Chair, panel, Asian Popular Culture V: China: Lianhuanhua, Confucianism & Cartooning, Popular Culture Association, Boston, Massachusetts, April 5, 2007.

Paper, “Chinese Animation: Experimental to Classical to Digitized ‘Fast Food.’” Popular Culture Association, Boston, Massachusetts, April 5, 2007. (With Xu Ying).

Invited panelist, “Celebrating the Scholarship of George Gerbner.” International Communication Association, San Francisco, California, May 2007. (In absentia).

Invited lecture, “Uses and Functions of Asian Animation.” Max the Mutt Animation School, Toronto, Canada, May 25, 2007.

Invited lecture, “The Transformation of Asian Animation: 1995-Present.” Anime North 2007, Toronto, Canada, May 26, 2007.

Lecture, “Asian Animation Trends and Issues.” Communication University of China, Beijing, China, June 1, 2007.

Lecture, “Some Dos and Don’ts of Newsgathering.” journalism classes, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, China, June 6, 2007.

Lecture, “5 Major Issues and Trends of Mass Communications.” Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, China, June 7, 2007.

Lecture, “Transformation of Asian Animation – 1995-2007.” Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Nanjing, China, June 6, 2007.

Lecture, “Advertising and Animation.” Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, China, June 8, 2007.

Lecture, “Asian Animation Trends.” “Mass Communication Issues.” Nanguang University, Nanjing, China, June 11, 2007.

Chair, Comic Art panel. International Association for Media and Communication. Paris, France, July 24, 2007.

Paper, “Asian Comics – Another Coming of Age?” International Association for Media and Communication. Paris, France, July 24, 2007.

“Opening Remarks,” One of three key speeches, Asian Youth Animation & Comic Contest and China (Guiyang) Cartoon Art Festival, Guiyang, China, September 7, 2007.

Chair and panelist, “The Development of Asian Comic and Animation in the World.” Asian Youth Animation & Comic Contest and China (Guiyang) Cartoon Art Festival, Guiyang, China, September 7, 2007.

Chair, Master Forum. Asian Youth Animation & Comic Contest and China (Guiyang) Cartoon Art Festival, Guiyang, China, September 7, 2007.

“Closing Remarks” key speech, farewell dinner. Asian Youth Animation & Comic Contest and China (Guiyang) Cartoon Art Festival, Guiyang, China, September 8 2007.

Talk to launch Milind Ranade’s book on Marathi cartooning, 2007 Philadelphia Ganesh Festival, Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, September 16, 2007.

Introduction of Lat, International Comic Art Forum, Library of Congress, Washington D. C., October 19, 2007.

Presented paper, “Cartooning and Risk Management: A Global Perspective,” International Conference on Public Crisis and Intercultural Communication, Wuhan, China, November 1, 2007.

2008

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture I: Asian Literature: Historical and Contemporary Dimensions,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 19, 2008.

Presented paper, “Cartooning, Public Crises, and Conscientization: A Global Perspective,” Comic Art and Comics panel, Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 19, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture II: Korean Film at Home and Abroad,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 19, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture III: Korean Manhwa and ‘Documentary’ Film,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 19, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture IV: A Potpourri: Zen, Olympics, Starbucks,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 20, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture VI: Japanese Cartoons and Art: Historical Dimensions,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 20, 2008.

Presented paper, “Japanese Wartime Cartoon Leaflets,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 20, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture VIII: Chinese Nightclubs with Live Performance,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 20, 2008. (With Trina Robbins).

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture IX: Cinema of India, Japan, Pakistan, Taiwan,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 22, 2008.

Chair, panel, “Asian Popular Culture XI: Anime and Gaming,” Popular Culture Association, San Francisco, CA., March 22, 2008.

Keynote speaker, “Significant Changes in East Asian Mass Communications: A 44-Year View,” “Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations,” Harvard University, Cambridge, MA., April 5, 2008.

Presented seminar, “Print and Film Cartoons: Nearing the Vanguard of East Asian Popular Culture,” “Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations,” Harvard University, Cambridge, MA., April 5, 2008.

Guest panelist, “Anime in Academia,” Anime Punch! Columbus, Ohio, April 12, 2008.

Guest speaker, “Anime in Asia,” Anime Punch! Columbus, Ohio, April 12, 2008.

Presented paper, “Chinese Animation Film: From Experimentation to Digitalization,” “Chinese Cinema at 100,” conference, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA., April 25, 2008. (With Xu Ying).

Comments, press conference, Launching of 17th Annual AMIC conference, Power Books, Makati, Manila, Philippines, July 11, 2008.

Presented main lecture, “Prospects for Asian Editorial Cartoons, Comic Strips, Comic Books,” Samahang Kartunista ng Pilipinas, National Press Club, Manila, Philippines, July 11, 2008.

Co-organizer, “Cartooning and Comic Art: Catching Up in the Digital World,” workshop, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, July 12, 2008.

Presented main lecture, “Southeast Asian Cartooning: A Bedside Vigilance,” at “Cartooning and Comic Art: Catching up in a Digital World” workshop, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, July 12, 2008.

Presented plenary paper, “Plenary Session 1: New Paradigms in Development Communications,” 17th Annual AMIC conference, Manila, Philippines, July 14, 2008.

Presented one of main speeches, “Opening Ceremony of Asian Youth Animation and Comics Contest,” Guiyang People’s Square, Guiyang, China, July 18, 2008.

Presented impromptu lecture, “Asking Myself Three Questions about Asian Comic Art,” Asian Youth Animation and Comics Contest, Guiyang, China, July 18, 2008.

Comments, Awarding Ceremony of 2008 Asian Youth Animation and Comics Contest (televised), Asian Youth Animation and Comics Contest, Guiyang, China, July 18, 2008.

Comments, “On Establishing Asian Animation Research Center,” Homnicen Group, Guiyang, China, July 21, 2008.

Presentation of nine points concerning establishment of Asian Pacific Animation and Comics Research Center in Guiyang, Guiyang, China, July 21, 2008.

Presented, welcome remarks, “Opening Banquet,” Asian Youth Animation and Comics Contest, Guiyang, China, July 17, 2008.

Chair, Comic Art Working Group, IAMCR, Stockholm, Sweden, July 25, 2008.

Presented paper, “World War II Propaganda Leaflets in Asia,” IAMCR, Stockholm, Sweden, July 25, 2008. (With Xu Ying).