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The Uprooted: The Systematic Removal of Mixed-Race Children in Colonial Vietnam

HISTORY LIBRARY TALKS October 26 | HMNSS 1303 | 4pm public & students welcome; light reception @ 5:30pm In the 1890s, French colonists in Indochina [...]

God’s Left Eye Closes in Vietnam and Re-opens in California

Caodaism’s Transpacific Transformations 1926-2014 Dr. Janet Hoskins Professor of Anthropology and Religion University of Southern California May 8, [...]

The Spacing and Timing of Viet Kieu Intimacy in Charlie Nguyen’s De Mai Tinh (Fool for Love, 2010)

Presented by Nguyen Tan Hoang The presentation examines the portrayal of returning overseas Vietnamese (Việt kiều) in Charlie Nguyen’s 2010 Vietnamese [...]


UC Riverside's ARTSblock, Department of Media and Cultural Studies, SEATriP, Queer Lab, and the Center for Art and Thought present QUEER SITES AND [...]

Speculative Urbanism: The Remaking of Phnom Penh

Sylvia Nam, Ph.D. University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Anthropology Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 3:10pm HMNSS 1500 @ [...]