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RECENT PUBLISHED ACADEMIC WORK IN VIETNAMESE STUDIES
Sociocultural Adaptation of the Vietnamese Diaspora
Espiritu, Y. (2010). “Negotiating memories of war: arts in Vietnamese American communities.” In DiMaggio, P., &
Fernández-Kelly, M. P. (2010). Art in the lives of immigrant communities in the United States. New Brunswick, N.J.:
Rutgers University Press.
Bendixsen, S. (2010). “Female believers on the move: Vietnamese Pentecostal networks in Germany.” In Bonifacio,
G. T., & Angeles, V. S. M. (2010). Gender, religion, and migration: Pathways of integration. Lanham: Lexington
Ho, J. (2010). Acculturation gaps in Vietnamese immigrant families: Impact on family relationships. International
Journal of Intercultural Relations. 34 (1), 22-33.
Li W., Leong K.J., Airriess C.A., et al. (2010). Katrina and migration: Evacuation and return by African Americans
and Vietnamese Americans in an Eastern New Orleans suburb. Professional Geographer. 62 (1), 103-118.
Nguyen, T. (2010). Vietnamese Diasporic Placemaking: An Ethnographic Moment in Uneven Geographic
Development. EDUCATIONAL POLICY. 24 (1), 159-188.
Trieu, M. M. (2009). Identity construction among Chinese-Vietnamese Americans: Being, becoming, and belonging.
El Paso: LFB Scholarly Pub.
Lung Vu, Mark J. VanLandingham, Mai Do, and Carl Bankston III. (2009). "Evacuation and Return of Vietnamese
New Orleanians Affected by Hurricane Katrina." Organization and Environment XX(X): 1-15.
Mai P. Do, Paul L. Hutchinson, Kathryn V. Mai and Mark J. VanLandingham. (2009). "Disparities in Health Care
Among Vietnamese New Orleanians and the Impacts of Hurricane Katrina." Research in the Sociology of Health
Care 27: 301-319.
Soufy, A. (2009). KAREN FJELSTAD and NGUYEN THI HIEN, editors - Possessed by the Spirits: Mediumship in
Contemporary Vietnamese Communities. Studies in Religion. Sciences Religieuses. 38 (1), 169.
Grabowski, J. F. (2009). Vietnamese Americans. Philadelphia, Pa: Mason Crest.
Wilson, A., & Dollman, J. (2009). Social influences on physical activity in Anglo-Australian and Vietnamese-
Australian adolescent females in a single sex school. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 12 (1), 119-122.
Phillips, D. (2009). Quieting Noisy Bellies: Moving, Eating, and Being in the Vietnamese Diaspora. CULTURAL
CRITIQUE -TELOS PRESS-. (73), 47-87.
Portes, A., Fernandez-Kelly, P., & Haller, W. (2009). The Adaptation of the Immigrant Second Generation in
America: A Theoretical Overview and Recent Evidence. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 35 (7), 1077-1104.
(Study includes Vietnamese Americans)
Goodwin-White, J. (2009). Emerging Contexts of Second-Generation Labour Markets in the United States.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 35 (7), 1105-1128 (Study includes Vietnamese Americans)
Kim, J., Mailey, B., Senthil, M., Artinyan, A., Sun, C.-L., & Bhatia, S. (2009). Disparities in Gastric Cancer Outcomes
Among Asian Ethnicities in the USA. Annals of Surgical Oncology. 16 (9), 2433-2441.
Maher L, & Ho HT. (2009). Overdose beliefs and management practices among ethnic Vietnamese heroin users in
Sydney, Australia. Harm Reduction Journal. 6.
Vietnamese Culture and History
Hunt, M. H. (2010). A Vietnam War reader: American and Vietnamese perspectives. London: Penguin.
Wiest, A. A., & Doidge, M. (2010). Triumph revisited: Historians battle for the Vietnam War. New York: Routledge.
Luong, H. V., & Luong, H. V. (2010). Tradition, revolution, and market economy in a North Vietnamese village, 1925-
2006. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press.
Van, Ngo, & Knabb, Ken. (2010). In the Crossfire Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary. A K Pr Distribution.
Trần, H. B., & Norris, C. (2010). Vietnamese-English, English-Vietnamese practical dictionary. New York, N.Y.:
Nguyen, Ha Minh. (2010). Colloquial Vietnamese. Routledge.
Ngo, Binh Nhu. (2010). Continuing Vietnamese. Tuttle Pub.
Healy, D. (2010). Complete Vietnamese. London: Teach Yourself.
Race, Jeffrey. (2010). War Comes to Long an Revolutionary Conflict in a Vietnamese Province. Univ of California Pr.
Quoc, N. H. (2010). Văn học Việt Nam thò'i toàn câu hoá = Vietnamese literature in an age of globalization. Altona,
Vic: Trung Tam Lien Mang Tien Ve.
Trà̂n, V. N., & Arevian, C. L. (2009). The unfinished war: The memoirs of General Tran Van Nhut. Lubbock, Tex:
Texas Tech Univ. Press.
Lessard, M. R. (2009). "Cet ignoble trafic": The Kidnapping and Sale of Vietnamese Women and Children in French
Colonial Indochina, 1873-1935. French Colonial History. 10 (1), 1-34.
Boylan, K. M. (2009). The Red Queen's Race: Operation Washington Green and Pacification in Binh Dinh Province,
1969-70. The Journal of Military History. 73 (4), 1195-1230.
VIETNAMESE AMERICAN STUDIES RESEARCH PAPERS AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR ASIAN
AMERICAN STUDIES CONFERENCE, APRIL 7-11, 2010, AUSTIN, TX:
According to the preliminary program, a wide range of research papers will be presented related to Vietnamese
American Studies at the AAAS Conference scheduled for Austin, TX in April 2010. A full list of papers included
in the program is at this web link.
DETAILED 2008 AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY DATA RELEASED FOR VIETNAMESE
In the Fall of 2009, the U.S. Census Bureau released detailed demographic info for the Vietnamese American
population across the United States from the 2008 American Community Survey. The
detailed Vietnamese American data may be viewed here. Information about how to access this dataset on the US
Census website or how obtain it for another geographic area in addition to the entire U.S. is here.
HMONG, CAMBODIAN AND LAO AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHIES AVAILABLE:
Continuously updated Hmong, Cambodian American and Lao American bibliographies are available
through the Hmong Studies Internet Resource Center.