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Wilson Miscamble’s new biography of Theodore Hesburgh

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Abstracts of panel on Vietnamese Catholicism at AAS 2019

Vietnamese Engagement with Global and Transnational Catholicism: New Directions in Scholarship

Association of Asian Studies, Annual Conference, Denver
March 22, 2019 @ 1:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Silver, Tower Bldg.; Mezzanine Level

  • Organizer & chair: Tuan Hoang, Pepperdine University
  • Presenter 1: Anh Tran, SJ, Santa Clara University
  • Presenter 2: Lan Ngo, SJ, Loyola Marymount University
  • Presenter 3: Claire Lien Tran, Institut de Recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est Contemporaine  (Thailand)
  • Presenter 4: Ngoc-Mai Phan, University of California, Berkeley
  • Discussant: Charles Keith, Michigan State University

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Transnational anticommunism: seven articles from the Journal of Contemporary History

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“VOTE or he shall be your master”: Italian anticommunist poster, 1948 (found on Reddit)

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Reading John O’Malley’s new book during the Woolsey Fire

Because of the wildfires, the Pepperdine campus in Malibu was closed for over two weeks while classes were being delivered online. Yesterday, students began to return to their dormitories and classes return to “normal” today.  (After the Borderline shooting and the destructive wildfires, there will be quotation marks around the word “normal” for at least the rest of the year, and possibly longer.)

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Interviewing historians: Tuong Vu on the ideology of the Vietnamese Communist Party

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The Catholic associational culture in North Vietnam

Among my recent interlibrary loan items is a hefty volume about the Diocese of Thái Bình in northern Vietnam.  There isn’t a scale in my house, but I’d guess that it is four or five pounds like a college chemistry or ecology textbook. Published in conjunction with the eightieth anniversary of the creation of this diocese, this “yearbook” or “commemorative publication” (kỷ yếu) includes over 700 pages of glossy and thick papers and many photos of people and churches. It offers basic information on both past and present of the dioceses as well as individual parishes and missions. The information may be brief, but they add up to some fascinating insights. 

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Vietnamese Catholicism & the global turn

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1963: A procession of Hùng Tâm Dũng Chí (Valiant Hearts, Valiant Souls) in Danang, a stronghold of the movement in South Vietnam. ~ pc cuuhuynhtruonghungtamdungchi.blogspot.com

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Buổi nói chuyện về người Việt tị nạn với dân biểu Stephanie Murphy

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Tác giả cùng dân biểu Murphy sau buổi nói chuyện, mặc áo có chữ R của Rollins College. Bên trái là cô Quỳnh Như của báo Trẻ Florida, bên phải là cô Vi Ma từ văn phòng thương mại người Mỹ gốc Á Châu tại miền trung Florida. ~ pc Nhu Nguyen

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Interviewing historians: C. Michele Thompson on Vietnamese traditional medicine

With under four million people, Connecticut ranks in the lower half of the list of population by state (at 29th).  It is also the third smallest state in geography; only Delaware and Rhode Island are smaller.  If measured, however, by the proportion of academic historians of Vietnam to the population or geographical size, it’d probably rank first among fifty US states and ten Canadian provinces. Continue reading “Interviewing historians: C. Michele Thompson on Vietnamese traditional medicine”

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