Alexander Woodside

Professor Emeritus

Publications

Articles/Book Chapters

A. Woodside, “Vietnam. The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940. By PETER ZINOMAN. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2001. Pp. xix, 351. Maps, Tables, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33, pp. 561-594, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Theodore Huters, R. Bin Wong, and Pauline Yu, editors. Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques. (Irvine Studies in the Humanities.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1997. Pp. x, 500. Cloth $65.00, paper $24.95 ”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104, pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Exalting the Latecomer State: Intellectuals and the State during the Chinese and Vietnamese Reforms”, The China Journal, vol. 40, pp. 9-36, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western Theory Worlds in an Era of Western Development Fatigue (A Comment”, Modern China, vol. 24, pp. 121-134, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western theory worlds in an Era of Western development fatigue (a comment)”, Modern China, vol. 24, p. 121, 1998.

A. Woodside, “China: A New History. By John King Fairbank. [Cambridge, MA and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1992. 519 pp. £19.95. ISBN 0–674–11670–4.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 137, pp. 222-223, 1994.

A. Woodside, “Monarchs and Ministers: The Grand Council in Mid-Ch'ing China, 1723–1820. By Beatrice S. Bartlett. [Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. 417 pp. ISBN 0 520 06591 3.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 133, pp. 165-166, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Culture, Créativate, et développement. By Le Thanh Khoi. Paris: Éditions L'Harmattan, 1992. 224 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 52, pp. 117-118, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam Nation in Arms: The Origins of the People's Army of Vietnam. By Greg Lock-Hart. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1989. Pp. xiv, 314. Maps, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 22, pp. 242-243, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Literacy in China: The Effect of the National Development Context and Policy on Literacy Levels, 1949–1979. By Vilma Seeberg. Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1990. ix, 352 pp. DM 44.80”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 50, pp. 398-400, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Annam-Tonkin, 1885–1896: Lettrés et paysans vietnamiens face à la conquête coloniale. By Charles Fourniau. Paris: Editions L'Harmattan, 1989. 294 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 49, pp. 993-995, 1990.

A. Woodside, “Vietnamese Peasants Under French Domination, 1861–1945. By Pham Cao Duong. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1985. (Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Monograph Series, no. 24.) xx, 220 pp. Tables, A”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 45, pp. 1117-1119, 1986.

A. B. Woodside, “Medieval Vietnam and Cambodia: A Comparative Comment”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 15, pp. 315-319, 1984.
A. Woodside, “Some Mid-Qing Theorists of Popular Schools: Their Innovations, Inhibitions, and Attitudes toward the Poor”, Modern China, vol. 9, pp. 3-35, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Triumphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, pp. 401-427, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Trimphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, p. 401, 1983.

A. Woodside and Brook, T., “William Arthur Charles Harvey Dobson (1913–1982)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 41, pp. 895-896, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam: The Revolutionary Path. By Thomas Hodgkin. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981. x, 433 pp. Maps, Glossary, Chronology, , Bibliography, Index. $30”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 42, pp. 223-224, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Nationalism and Poverty in the Breakdown of Sino-Vietnamese Relations”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 52, pp. 381-409, 1979.

A. Woodside, “History of Vietnamese Communism, 1925–1976. By Douglas Pike. Stanford: Stanford University, Hoover Institution Press, 1978. xiv, 181 pp. Notes, Bibliography, Index. $5.95”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 38, pp. 621-623, 1979.

A. Woodside, “Review Essay : History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4, pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Unforgettable Months and Years (Nhung Nam Thang Khong The Nao Quen). By Vo Nguyen Giap. Translated with Introduction by Mai Van Elliott. Published by Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 1975. Data Paper Number 99. Southe”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 9, pp. 150-152, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Problems of Education in the Chinese and Vietnamese Revolutions”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 49, pp. 648-666, 1976.

A. Woodside, “La société vietnamienne de 1882 à 1902 d'après les écrits des auteurs français. By Nguyen Van Phong. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1971. 388 pp. Bibliography, Index. 95 F. (paperback)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 32, pp. 380-381, 1973.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and integration in post-colonial Vietnamese nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 54, pp. 487-510, 1972.

A. Woodside, “La Place du Catholicisme dans les Relations Entre la France et le Viet-nam, 1851–1870. By E. Vo Due Hanh. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1969. Book I, xii, 410 pp. Book II, x, 364 pp. Book III, 118 pp. (Books II and III in one volume.) Illustrations, Notes, Bibli”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 505-507, 1971.

A. Woodside, “The Development of Social Organizations in Vietnamese Cities in the Late Colonial Period”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 39-64, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and Integration in Post-Colonial Vietnamese Nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 487-510, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Tableau Economique du Vietnam aux XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles. By Nguyen Thanh-Nha. Paris: Editions Cujas, 1970. 253 pp. Bibliography, n.p”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 922-923, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Decolonization and Agricultural Reform in Northern Vietnam”, Asian Survey, vol. 10, pp. 705-723, 1970.

A. Woodside, “Ralph Smith: viet-Nam and the West. ix, 206 pp. London: Heinemann, 1968. 35s”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 32, pp. 201-202, 1969.

A. Woodside, “Peking and Hanoi: Anatomy of a Revolutionary Partnership”, International Journal, vol. 24, pp. 65-85, 1968.

Additional

A. Woodside, “The Tây So'n Uprising: Society and Rebellion in Eighteenth-Century Vietnam”, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 3. pp. 234-237, 2008.

A. Woodside, “Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 75. pp. 445-446, 2002.

"Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China" by William T. Rowe is reviewed.; 'Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China' by William T. Rowe is reviewed.

A. Woodside, “The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33. pp. 590-592, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104. pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Land Reform in China and North Vietnam: Consolidating the Revolution at the Village Level”, The American Historical Review, vol. 89. pp. 184-185, 1984.

D. K. Wyatt, Woodside, A., Aung-Thwin, M., and Asia, J. Committee, “Moral order and the question of change: essays on Southeast Asian thought”, vol. no. 24. Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven, Conn, 1982.

A. Woodside, “History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4. pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Aspects of Vietnamese History”, The American Historical Review, vol. 79. pp. 831-831, 1974.


Alexander Woodside

Professor Emeritus

Articles/Book Chapters

A. Woodside, “Vietnam. The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940. By PETER ZINOMAN. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2001. Pp. xix, 351. Maps, Tables, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33, pp. 561-594, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Theodore Huters, R. Bin Wong, and Pauline Yu, editors. Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques. (Irvine Studies in the Humanities.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1997. Pp. x, 500. Cloth $65.00, paper $24.95 ”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104, pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Exalting the Latecomer State: Intellectuals and the State during the Chinese and Vietnamese Reforms”, The China Journal, vol. 40, pp. 9-36, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western Theory Worlds in an Era of Western Development Fatigue (A Comment”, Modern China, vol. 24, pp. 121-134, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western theory worlds in an Era of Western development fatigue (a comment)”, Modern China, vol. 24, p. 121, 1998.

A. Woodside, “China: A New History. By John King Fairbank. [Cambridge, MA and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1992. 519 pp. £19.95. ISBN 0–674–11670–4.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 137, pp. 222-223, 1994.

A. Woodside, “Monarchs and Ministers: The Grand Council in Mid-Ch'ing China, 1723–1820. By Beatrice S. Bartlett. [Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. 417 pp. ISBN 0 520 06591 3.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 133, pp. 165-166, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Culture, Créativate, et développement. By Le Thanh Khoi. Paris: Éditions L'Harmattan, 1992. 224 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 52, pp. 117-118, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam Nation in Arms: The Origins of the People's Army of Vietnam. By Greg Lock-Hart. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1989. Pp. xiv, 314. Maps, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 22, pp. 242-243, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Literacy in China: The Effect of the National Development Context and Policy on Literacy Levels, 1949–1979. By Vilma Seeberg. Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1990. ix, 352 pp. DM 44.80”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 50, pp. 398-400, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Annam-Tonkin, 1885–1896: Lettrés et paysans vietnamiens face à la conquête coloniale. By Charles Fourniau. Paris: Editions L'Harmattan, 1989. 294 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 49, pp. 993-995, 1990.

A. Woodside, “Vietnamese Peasants Under French Domination, 1861–1945. By Pham Cao Duong. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1985. (Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Monograph Series, no. 24.) xx, 220 pp. Tables, A”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 45, pp. 1117-1119, 1986.

A. B. Woodside, “Medieval Vietnam and Cambodia: A Comparative Comment”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 15, pp. 315-319, 1984.
A. Woodside, “Some Mid-Qing Theorists of Popular Schools: Their Innovations, Inhibitions, and Attitudes toward the Poor”, Modern China, vol. 9, pp. 3-35, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Triumphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, pp. 401-427, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Trimphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, p. 401, 1983.

A. Woodside and Brook, T., “William Arthur Charles Harvey Dobson (1913–1982)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 41, pp. 895-896, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam: The Revolutionary Path. By Thomas Hodgkin. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981. x, 433 pp. Maps, Glossary, Chronology, , Bibliography, Index. $30”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 42, pp. 223-224, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Nationalism and Poverty in the Breakdown of Sino-Vietnamese Relations”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 52, pp. 381-409, 1979.

A. Woodside, “History of Vietnamese Communism, 1925–1976. By Douglas Pike. Stanford: Stanford University, Hoover Institution Press, 1978. xiv, 181 pp. Notes, Bibliography, Index. $5.95”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 38, pp. 621-623, 1979.

A. Woodside, “Review Essay : History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4, pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Unforgettable Months and Years (Nhung Nam Thang Khong The Nao Quen). By Vo Nguyen Giap. Translated with Introduction by Mai Van Elliott. Published by Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 1975. Data Paper Number 99. Southe”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 9, pp. 150-152, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Problems of Education in the Chinese and Vietnamese Revolutions”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 49, pp. 648-666, 1976.

A. Woodside, “La société vietnamienne de 1882 à 1902 d'après les écrits des auteurs français. By Nguyen Van Phong. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1971. 388 pp. Bibliography, Index. 95 F. (paperback)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 32, pp. 380-381, 1973.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and integration in post-colonial Vietnamese nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 54, pp. 487-510, 1972.

A. Woodside, “La Place du Catholicisme dans les Relations Entre la France et le Viet-nam, 1851–1870. By E. Vo Due Hanh. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1969. Book I, xii, 410 pp. Book II, x, 364 pp. Book III, 118 pp. (Books II and III in one volume.) Illustrations, Notes, Bibli”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 505-507, 1971.

A. Woodside, “The Development of Social Organizations in Vietnamese Cities in the Late Colonial Period”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 39-64, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and Integration in Post-Colonial Vietnamese Nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 487-510, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Tableau Economique du Vietnam aux XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles. By Nguyen Thanh-Nha. Paris: Editions Cujas, 1970. 253 pp. Bibliography, n.p”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 922-923, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Decolonization and Agricultural Reform in Northern Vietnam”, Asian Survey, vol. 10, pp. 705-723, 1970.

A. Woodside, “Ralph Smith: viet-Nam and the West. ix, 206 pp. London: Heinemann, 1968. 35s”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 32, pp. 201-202, 1969.

A. Woodside, “Peking and Hanoi: Anatomy of a Revolutionary Partnership”, International Journal, vol. 24, pp. 65-85, 1968.

Additional

A. Woodside, “The Tây So'n Uprising: Society and Rebellion in Eighteenth-Century Vietnam”, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 3. pp. 234-237, 2008.

A. Woodside, “Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 75. pp. 445-446, 2002.

"Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China" by William T. Rowe is reviewed.; 'Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China' by William T. Rowe is reviewed.

A. Woodside, “The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33. pp. 590-592, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104. pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Land Reform in China and North Vietnam: Consolidating the Revolution at the Village Level”, The American Historical Review, vol. 89. pp. 184-185, 1984.

D. K. Wyatt, Woodside, A., Aung-Thwin, M., and Asia, J. Committee, “Moral order and the question of change: essays on Southeast Asian thought”, vol. no. 24. Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven, Conn, 1982.

A. Woodside, “History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4. pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Aspects of Vietnamese History”, The American Historical Review, vol. 79. pp. 831-831, 1974.

Alexander Woodside

Professor Emeritus

Articles/Book Chapters

A. Woodside, “Vietnam. The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940. By PETER ZINOMAN. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2001. Pp. xix, 351. Maps, Tables, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33, pp. 561-594, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Theodore Huters, R. Bin Wong, and Pauline Yu, editors. Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques. (Irvine Studies in the Humanities.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1997. Pp. x, 500. Cloth $65.00, paper $24.95 ”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104, pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Exalting the Latecomer State: Intellectuals and the State during the Chinese and Vietnamese Reforms”, The China Journal, vol. 40, pp. 9-36, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western Theory Worlds in an Era of Western Development Fatigue (A Comment”, Modern China, vol. 24, pp. 121-134, 1998.

A. Woodside, “Reconciling the Chinese and Western theory worlds in an Era of Western development fatigue (a comment)”, Modern China, vol. 24, p. 121, 1998.

A. Woodside, “China: A New History. By John King Fairbank. [Cambridge, MA and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1992. 519 pp. £19.95. ISBN 0–674–11670–4.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 137, pp. 222-223, 1994.

A. Woodside, “Monarchs and Ministers: The Grand Council in Mid-Ch'ing China, 1723–1820. By Beatrice S. Bartlett. [Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991. 417 pp. ISBN 0 520 06591 3.]”, The China Quarterly, vol. 133, pp. 165-166, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Culture, Créativate, et développement. By Le Thanh Khoi. Paris: Éditions L'Harmattan, 1992. 224 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 52, pp. 117-118, 1993.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam Nation in Arms: The Origins of the People's Army of Vietnam. By Greg Lock-Hart. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1989. Pp. xiv, 314. Maps, Notes, Bibliography, Index”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 22, pp. 242-243, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Literacy in China: The Effect of the National Development Context and Policy on Literacy Levels, 1949–1979. By Vilma Seeberg. Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1990. ix, 352 pp. DM 44.80”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 50, pp. 398-400, 1991.

A. Woodside, “Annam-Tonkin, 1885–1896: Lettrés et paysans vietnamiens face à la conquête coloniale. By Charles Fourniau. Paris: Editions L'Harmattan, 1989. 294 pp”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 49, pp. 993-995, 1990.

A. Woodside, “Vietnamese Peasants Under French Domination, 1861–1945. By Pham Cao Duong. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1985. (Center for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Monograph Series, no. 24.) xx, 220 pp. Tables, A”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 45, pp. 1117-1119, 1986.

A. B. Woodside, “Medieval Vietnam and Cambodia: A Comparative Comment”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 15, pp. 315-319, 1984.
A. Woodside, “Some Mid-Qing Theorists of Popular Schools: Their Innovations, Inhibitions, and Attitudes toward the Poor”, Modern China, vol. 9, pp. 3-35, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Triumphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, pp. 401-427, 1983.

A. Woodside, “The Trimphs and Failures of Mass Education in Vietnam”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 56, p. 401, 1983.

A. Woodside and Brook, T., “William Arthur Charles Harvey Dobson (1913–1982)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 41, pp. 895-896, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Vietnam: The Revolutionary Path. By Thomas Hodgkin. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1981. x, 433 pp. Maps, Glossary, Chronology, , Bibliography, Index. $30”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 42, pp. 223-224, 1982.

A. Woodside, “Nationalism and Poverty in the Breakdown of Sino-Vietnamese Relations”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 52, pp. 381-409, 1979.

A. Woodside, “History of Vietnamese Communism, 1925–1976. By Douglas Pike. Stanford: Stanford University, Hoover Institution Press, 1978. xiv, 181 pp. Notes, Bibliography, Index. $5.95”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 38, pp. 621-623, 1979.

A. Woodside, “Review Essay : History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4, pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Unforgettable Months and Years (Nhung Nam Thang Khong The Nao Quen). By Vo Nguyen Giap. Translated with Introduction by Mai Van Elliott. Published by Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 1975. Data Paper Number 99. Southe”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 9, pp. 150-152, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Problems of Education in the Chinese and Vietnamese Revolutions”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 49, pp. 648-666, 1976.

A. Woodside, “La société vietnamienne de 1882 à 1902 d'après les écrits des auteurs français. By Nguyen Van Phong. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1971. 388 pp. Bibliography, Index. 95 F. (paperback)”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 32, pp. 380-381, 1973.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and integration in post-colonial Vietnamese nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 54, pp. 487-510, 1972.

A. Woodside, “La Place du Catholicisme dans les Relations Entre la France et le Viet-nam, 1851–1870. By E. Vo Due Hanh. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1969. Book I, xii, 410 pp. Book II, x, 364 pp. Book III, 118 pp. (Books II and III in one volume.) Illustrations, Notes, Bibli”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 505-507, 1971.

A. Woodside, “The Development of Social Organizations in Vietnamese Cities in the Late Colonial Period”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 39-64, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Ideology and Integration in Post-Colonial Vietnamese Nationalism”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 44, pp. 487-510, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Tableau Economique du Vietnam aux XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles. By Nguyen Thanh-Nha. Paris: Editions Cujas, 1970. 253 pp. Bibliography, n.p”, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 30, pp. 922-923, 1971.

A. Woodside, “Decolonization and Agricultural Reform in Northern Vietnam”, Asian Survey, vol. 10, pp. 705-723, 1970.

A. Woodside, “Ralph Smith: viet-Nam and the West. ix, 206 pp. London: Heinemann, 1968. 35s”, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, vol. 32, pp. 201-202, 1969.

A. Woodside, “Peking and Hanoi: Anatomy of a Revolutionary Partnership”, International Journal, vol. 24, pp. 65-85, 1968.

Additional

A. Woodside, “The Tây So'n Uprising: Society and Rebellion in Eighteenth-Century Vietnam”, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, vol. 3. pp. 234-237, 2008.

A. Woodside, “Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China”, Pacific Affairs, vol. 75. pp. 445-446, 2002.

"Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China" by William T. Rowe is reviewed.; 'Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China' by William T. Rowe is reviewed.

A. Woodside, “The Colonial Bastille: A History of Imprisoment in Vietnam, 1862-1940”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 33. pp. 590-592, 2002.

A. Woodside, “Culture and State in Chinese History: Conventions, Accommodations, and Critiques”, The American Historical Review, vol. 104. pp. 868-870, 1999.

A. Woodside, “Land Reform in China and North Vietnam: Consolidating the Revolution at the Village Level”, The American Historical Review, vol. 89. pp. 184-185, 1984.

D. K. Wyatt, Woodside, A., Aung-Thwin, M., and Asia, J. Committee, “Moral order and the question of change: essays on Southeast Asian thought”, vol. no. 24. Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, New Haven, Conn, 1982.

A. Woodside, “History, Ideology, and Foreign Policy: A Review of Some Recent Western Works on Chinese Relations with Southeast Asia”, Modern China, vol. 4. pp. 215-246, 1978.

A. Woodside, “Aspects of Vietnamese History”, The American Historical Review, vol. 79. pp. 831-831, 1974.