Of Vietnam

Identities in Dialogue

  • Editors
  • Jane Bradley Winston
  • Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. Linh Dinh
    Pages 17-18
  3. Nguyen Quoc Chanh
    Pages 19-19
  4. Phan Huyen Thu
    Pages 33-33
  5. Phan Nhien Hao
    Pages 49-51
  6. Nguyen Dang Thuong
    Pages 67-67
  7. Linh Dinh
    Pages 85-91
  8. Monique T. D. Truong
    Pages 92-96
  9. Van Cam Hai
    Pages 109-111
  10. Hoang Hung
    Pages 127-129
  11. Andrew Lam
    Pages 130-141
  12. Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier
    Pages 159-169
  13. Michèle Bacholle
    Pages 170-179
  14. Y Ban
    Pages 181-187
  15. Qui-Phiet Tran
    Pages 189-192
  16. Vo Thi Xuan Ha
    Pages 211-218
  17. Qui-Phiet Tran
    Pages 219-223
  18. Isabelle Thuy Pelaud
    Pages 237-239
  19. Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier
    Pages 241-250
  20. Linh Dinh
    Pages 252-255
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 257-280

About this book


A rich space of criticism and document, Of Vietnam moves contemporary figurings of Vietnam out of the nostalgic enclaves of the past and the stagnant places of a mythological present into the rich potential of our historical epoch. This provocative book is the first to bring together works by photographers, established and unpublished writers, poets, and artists from Vietnam and its diasporas, and critical pieces by scholars of anthropology, art history, history, and literary and cultural studies. Focusing on issues of identity, displacement, language, sexuality, and class, their contributions challenge and encourage readers to experience the multiplicity of experiences that make up the fabric of identity.


Cultural Studies fiction identity novel space

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