Why a Meeting on Angular Momentum and Mass Loss for Hot Stars?.- Angular Momentum and Mass Loss and Stellar Evolution.- The Effects of Rotation on Stellar Structure and Evolution.- New Evolutionary Aspects of Mass Loss and Angular Momentum.- Mass Loss During the Evolution of Massive Stars.- Pre-Main Sequence Stages.- Angular Momentum Loss in Pre-Main Sequence Objects and the Initial Angular Momentum of Stars.- The Herbig Ae and Be Stars: Mass and Angular Momentum Losses.- Eccentric Spiral Modes in Disks Associated with Young Stellar Objects.- Evidence that Wolf-Rayet Stars are Pre-Main Sequence Objects.- A and F Stars near the Main Sequence.- Rotation, Pulsation and Atmospheric Phenomena in A-Type Stars.- Pulsation Studies of a 1.8 M? Delta Scuti Model.- Post-Main Sequence Evolution of Binary Am Stars.- A Statistical Study of Main Sequence A and F Stars: Testing the Main Sequence Mass Loss Hypothesis.- O, B and Be Stars.- Basic Magnetic Rotator Theory with Application to the Angular Momentum Driven Winds of B[e] and Wolf Rayet Stars.- The Connection between Rotation and the Winds of Be Stars.- UV Glimpse of OB Stars.- Nonspherical Radiation Driven Wind Models Applied to Be Stars.- A Simple Criterion to Identify Rapidly Rotating Stars Viewed at Small to Intermediate Inclination Angles.- Intensive Photometric Campaign on Be Stars: Behaviour of Short-Term Periodic Variations and its Relationship to Pulsation and Mass Loss.- Constraints on the Thickness of Be Star Disks Derived from Combined IR Excess and Optical Polarimetry Data.- On the Correlation between Pulsation Amplitude and Shell Activity in the Be star ? Eridani.- B[e] Supergiants: Continuum Polarization by Electron Scattering in Rotationally Distorted, Radiation Driven Stellar Winds.- Rotational Evolution of Hot Stars due to Mass Loss and Magnetic Fields.- New Facts About the Variability of 45 ? Persei.- Long-Term Study of Stellar-Wind Variability of O Stars.- HeII ?1640 as a Diagnostic for Assessing the Extent of Rapid Rotation in Be Stars.- Some Examples of the Role of Stellar Rotation in Hot Star Winds.- HD 193077 -- A Fast Rotating Wolf-Rayet Star.- How Effective is Rotation in Enhancing the Rate of Mass Loss in Early Type Stars?.- Rotation and Pulsation-Mode-Selection in B-Type Stars.- The Angular Momentum-Loss and the Differential Rotation in B and Be Stars.- Very Luminous and Very Massive Stars.- The Role of Axial Symmetry in the Upper Part of the HRD: B[e] Supergiants and LBVs.- Effects of Mass Loss on Late Stages of Massive Star Evolution.- V444 Cygni and CQ Cephei, Key Wolf-Rayet Binary Stars.- Rotation of Hot Stars After They Cool Off.- Winds, Mass Loss and Rotation in Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae.- White Dwarf Mass Loss, Rotation, Individual Masses and the Identification of the White Dwarf Remnants of Upper Main Sequence Stars.- Evolved Stars as Probes of Main Sequence Angular Momentum and Mass Loss.- The Bizarre Kinematics of Planetary Nebula NGC 7009, and Some Thoughts on the Transfer of Stellar Angular Momentum to Planetary Nebulae.- Chromospheric H? Activity in ? ORI.- Stellar Winds in A-Type Supergiants.- Special Section: A Debate Concerning the Nature of Wolf-Rayet Stars.- The Evidence that Wolf-Rayet Stars are in a Late Stage of Evolution.- Why Wolf-Rayet Stars Should Not Be Considered To Be Evolved Cores of Massive Stars.- Author index.- Keyword index.- Astronomical index.