Henry G. Schwarz Collection

Henry G. Schwarz Collection

Western Collection: Schwarz, H. and BOX

Biographical Note

A teacher and scholar of East Asian studies, specializing in the history, political development, ethnic minorities, and languages of China and Mongolia, Henry G. Schwarz was born on December 14, 1928, in Berlin, Germany. He was educated at the University of Wisconsin, where he received a BA in Sociology in 1954, followed by the MA (1958) and PhD (1963) in Political Science. He held a Fulbright professorship at the University of the Philippines from 1964 to 1965, when he was appointed to the faculty of the University of Washington. In 1969, he joined the faculty of Western Washington University in Bellingham where he taught history and political science and served as director of the University's Program in East Asian Studies and Mongolian Summer Program, and as founding director of its Center for East Asian Studies.

From 1973 to 1983, Dr. Schwarz held an annual appointment as Foreign Resident Scholar at the Central Nationalities Institute in Beijing. Since his retirement in 1993, Dr. Schwarz has held the rank of Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies and History at Western Washington University. A prolific contributor to the literature of East Asians studies, Dr. Schwarz's works include the classic Minorities of Northern China: a Survey (1984) and the pioneering An Uyghur-English Dictionary (1993) as well as numerous book chapters and articles in scholarly journals. He has served as President of The Mongolia Society of the United States, as Vice-President of the International Association for Mongol Studies, and as an adviser to the Institute of Oriental and International Studies at the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. In 1994, in recognition of his many achievements, he was presented with the volume Opuscula Altaica: Essays in Honor of Henry Schwarz (Bellingham: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University). In 2006, the President of Mongolia awarded Dr. Schwarz one the nation's highest honors, the Order of the Polar Star.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of published works including books, off-prints and photocopies of articles and other published contributions in the field of East Asian studies,  with an emphasis on the history, political development, ethnic minorities, and languages of China and Mongolia.  The Collection is ongoing, with the first work published in 1962.

Notes on Arrangement

The books in the Henry G. Schwarz Collection are shelved separately under "Schwarz" in The Western Collection stacks area, sub-arranged by title. Additional copies of individual book titles may also be available in the Libraries' circulating collection; search the library catalog by author or title for more information.

Other material in the collection is organized into folders. Items are ordered chronologically within each folder by date of publication, sub-arranged alphabetically by item title in cases of a common publication date. The arrangement is by Special Collections.

Provenance

The collection is the gift of Henry G. Schwarz for The Western Collection.

Copyright Notice

Some of the material in this Collection may be under copyright.


 

Books

A Bibliography on Mongolia, comp. by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington State College, Program in East Asian Studies, 1975.

Bibliotheca Mongolica, Vol. 1, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1978.

China: Three Facets of a Giant, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bombay: Manaktales, 1966.

Chinese Medicine on the Golden Mountain: an interpretive guide, by Paul D. Buell, ed. by Henry G. Schwarz. Seattle, Wash.: Wing Luke Memorial Museum, 1984.

Chinese Policies Towards Minorities: an Essay and Documents, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, Program in East Asian Studies, 1971.

The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, by Henry G. Schwarz. Seattle: Far Eastern and Russian Institute, University of Washington, 1966?

Leadership Patterns in China's Frontier Regions, by Henry G. Schwarz. Washington D.C.: External Research Staff, Dept. of State 1964.

Liu Shao-Ch'i and "People's War": a report on the creation of base areas in 1938, by Henry G. Schwarz. Lawrence: Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas, 1969.

The Minorities of Northern China: a survey, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1984.

Mongolia and the Mongols: holdings at Western Washington University, comp. Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1992.

Mongolia and the world, by Henry Schwarz. Taipei: Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission, 2000.

Mongolian culture and society in the age of globalization : proceedings of an international conference, Western Washington University, August 5-6, 2005, ed. by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University, 2006.

Mongolian publications at Western Washington University, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1984.

Mongolian short stories, ed. by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington State College, Program in East Asian Studies, 1974.

Mongolian historical writings from 1200 to 1700, 2nd ed., co-auth. Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University, 2002.

Opuscula Altaica: essays presented in honor of Henry Schwarz, co-ed by Edward H. Kaplan, Donald W. Whisenhunt. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1994. 

Reminiscences, by Nicholas Poppe, ed. by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Western Washington University, 1983.

Studies on Mongolia: proceedings of the First North American Conference on Mongolian Studies, ed. by Henry G. Schwarz. 

Bellingham, Wash.: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University, 1979.

An Uyghur-English dictionary, by Henry G. Schwarz. Bellingham, Wash.: Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University, 1992.

 

Folders

Folder 1: 1962-1979

[Resumé] Henry G. Schwarz [August 2003]

Schwarz, Henry G. "Language Policies for Ethnic Minorities." China Quarterly (1962): 170-182.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Chinese Migration to North-West China and Inner Mongolia 1949-1959. China Quarterly (1963): 62-74.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Governing the Moon." Journal of the Astronautical Sciences 10 (1963): 54-47.

Schwarz, Henry G. "America Faces Asia: the Problem of Image Projection." Journal of Politics 26 (1964): 532-549.

Schwarz, Henry G. "The Chinese Communist Army in Sinkiang." Military Review (1965): 69-79.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Peking and the World: Some Thoughts on Chinese Communist Foreign Policy." Asian Studies 3 (1965): 344-369.

Schwarz, Henry G. "The Ts'an-k'ao Hsiao-hsi: How Well-Informed Are Chinese Officials about the Outside World?" China Quarterly (1966): 54-83.

Schwarz, Henry G., "La Naturaleza del Liderazgo: Revaloracion de las Relaciones en le Seno del Movimento Comunista Chino, 1930-1945. Trans. Ruben and Carmen Chuaqui. Estudios Orientales 5 (1970): 106-159.

Schwarz, Henry G. "The Nature of Leadership: the Chinese Communists, 1930-1945." World Politics 22 (1970): [541]-581.

Schwarz, Henry. "Le Minoranze etiche in Cina." Mercurio 17 (1974): 82-88.

Schwarz, Henry G.  "A Bibliography on Mongolia." Western Washington State College Program in East Asian Studies, 1975.

Schwarz, Henry G.  "Reference Works on China." Western Washington State College Program in East Asian Studies Publication 1 (1975).

Schwarz, Henry G. "Ethnic Minorities and Ethnic Policies in China." International Journal of Comparative Sociology 20 (1979): 137-150.

 

Folder 2: 1980-1999

Schwarz, Henry G. "Mongolian Studies in China." Zentralasiatische Studien 14 (1980): 211-216.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Some Random Thoughts on Religion and Religious Policy in China." Kenkyujo Kiyo 7 (1980): 1-39.

Schwarz, Henry G. "A Script for the Dongxiang." Zentralasiatische Studien 16 (1982): 153-164.

Schwarz, Henry G. "The Daurs of China: an Outline." Zentralasiatische Studien 17 (1984): 154-171.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Some Notes on the Mongols of Yunnan." Central Asiatic Journal 28 (1984): 100-118.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Orogen." Proceedings of the International Conference on China Border Area Studies (1984, Taipei, Taiwan). 1731-1746.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Mongolia." Handbooks of the Modern World: Asia and the Pacific. Ed. Robert H. Taylor. New York: Facts on File, 1990. 643-649.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Speech Delivered at the Closing Ceremony of the Second International Symposium of Mongolian Studies, Kökeqota, September 3, 1991, by Professor Henry G. Schwarz of the United States of America." 1991. 2 leaves.

Schwarz, Henry G. "The China Factor in Mongolia's Defense." 1994. 3 leaves.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Left and Right: Investigating a Scientific Claim." 1996? 4 leaves.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Otrar." Central Asian Survey 17 (1998): 5-10.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Otrar Revisited." Mongol Sudlalyn Oguulluud. Ed. TS. Batbaiar, TS. Ishdorzh, E. Puntsag. Ulaanbaatar: Olon Ulsyn Mongol Sudlalyn Kholboo, 1998. 195-208. Prelim. version. 9 leaves.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Mongolia in the Era of Ethnicity." Mongolica: an International Journal of Mongol Studies 9 (1999): 659-666. Prelim. version. 6 p.

 

Folder 3: 2000-

Schwarz, Henry G. "Mongolia and the World: Some General Remarks." Shi nian lai Menggu de zheng jing fa zhan ji wei lai zhan wang xue shu hui yi lun wen ji=Mongolian political and economic development during the past ten years and future prospect. Taibei Shi: Meng Zhan wei yuan hui, 2000. 1-10. Prelim. version. 7 p.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Animal Words in Mongolian and Uyghur." Mongolian Studies 24 (2001): 1-6.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Mongolia and the New Russo-Chinese Friendship Treaty: Some Talking Points." "For presentation at the Mongolia Society conference, Washington, D. C., April 5, 2002." 2 pages. 2 copies.

Schwarz, Henry G.  Rev. of Geschichte der Mongolei, oder Die "Mongolische Frage": die Mongolen auf ihrem Weg zum eigenen Nationalstatt, by Udo Barkmann. Mongolian Studies 25 (2002): 101-104.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 26 (2003-04): [129]-141.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Other Books Received." Mongolian Studies 26 (2003-04): [143]-151.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 27 (2005): [113]-126.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Other Books Received." Mongolian Studies 27 (2005): [127]-150.

Schwarz, Henry G. " Mongolia at 800: the State and National Since Chinggis Khan." Inner Asia 8 (2006): 151-161.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 28 (2006): [123]-137.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Other Books Received." Mongolian Studies 28 (2006): [139]-161.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 29 (2007): [217]-254.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 30 (2008): [147]-163 (Corrected Sheets).

Schwarz, Henry G. "Other Books Received." Mongolian Studies 30 (2008): [166]-185.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Book Notices." Mongolian Studies 31 (2009): [331]-347.

Schwarz, Henry G. "Other Books Received." Mongolian Studies 31 (2009): [349]-38.

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