Doctoral Dissertations on Hong Kong, 1900–1997
An Annotated Bibliography
(香港研究博士論文總目提要,1900–1997)
Frank Joseph Shulman and Anna Leon Shulman
November 2001
864 pages
8" x 11"
HK$590 (Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China, and Taiwan only)
US$80 (Other Countries)
Hardback 978-962-209-397-3

A descriptively annotated, multidisciplinary, cross-referenced and extensively indexed guide to 2,395 dissertations that are concerned either in whole or in part with Hong Kong and with Hong Kong Chinese students and emigres throughout the world. This meticulously prepared reference work encompasses studies not only in every major discipline of the humanities, the social sciences and the behavioural sciences, but also in education, law, medicine, architecture, the natural sciences, and engineering that have been accepted by 415 universities in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the European continent, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan. It also indicates the availability of copies of each dissertation, contains an appendix of theses dating from 1998 and 1999, and presents an excellent overview of selected research trends about Hong Kong throughout the twentieth century. This definitive bibliography is designed to serve scholars, students, librarians and the general public as a convenient, single point of access to a wealth of significant but widely scattered published and unpublished information.

Frank Joseph Shulman, a professional bibliographer, editor and consultant for Western-language reference publications in Asian Studies, is the author of twelve book-length bibliographies and scholarly guides on East, Southeast and South Asia. A graduate of both Harvard University and the University of Michigan, he has also served as Editor of the Association for Asian Studies’ bibliographical journal Doctoral Dissertations on Asia (1975–1996) and as Curator of the East Asia Collection at the University of Maryland, College Park Libraries (1976–1992). Anna Leon Shulman, Editor of the Association for Asian Studies’ Bibliography of Asian Studies, is a recipient of the Ph.D. degree in Chinese history from the University of Maryland, College Park, a contributor to the annotated bibliography Doctoral Dissertations on China and on Inner Asia, 1976–1990, and a native of Hong Kong.