- “The Resettlement of Vietnamese Refugee Religious, Priests, and Seminarians in the United States, 1975–1977,” U.S. Catholic Historian 37.3 (Summer 2019): 99-122.
- “Ultramontanism, Nationalism, and the Fall of Saigon: Historicizing the Vietnamese American Catholic Experience,” American Catholic Studies 130.1 (Spring 2019): 1-36.
- “From Reeducation Camps to Little Saigons: Historicizing Vietnamese Diasporic Anticommunism,” Journal of Vietnamese Studies 11.2 (Spring 2016): 43-95.
- “Social Mobility and the Meaning of Freedom among Vietnamese Refugees and Immigrants,” in The Vietnamese Diaspora in a Transnational Context: Contested Spaces, Contested Narratives, eds., Victor Satzewich and Anna Vu (Leiden & Boston: Brill Sense, forthcoming in 2022).
- “The August Revolution, the Fall of Saigon, and Postwar Reeducation Camps: Understanding Vietnamese Diasporic Anticommunism,” in Towards a Framework for Vietnamese American Studies: History, Community, and Memory, eds., Linda Ho Peché, Alex-Thai Vo, and Tuong Vu (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, forthcoming in 2022).
- “The Peace Prayer of St. Francis,” in Learning the Good Life: Wisdom from the Great Hearts and Minds That Came Before, eds., Jessica Hooten Wilson and Jacob Stratman (Grand Rapids: Zondervan Academic, forthcoming in 2022).
- “Political, Military, and Cultural Memoirs in Vietnamese on the Republic of Vietnam,” in The Republic of Vietnam, 1955–1975: Vietnamese Perspectives on Nation-Building, eds., Tuong Vu and Sean Fear (Ithaca: Southeast Asia Program Publications, Cornell University Press, 2020), 179-188.
- Click here to read this chapter (online version).
- “The Vietnamese Side of the ‘American’ War,” in Understanding and Teaching the Vietnam War: Essays and Resources, eds., Matthew Masur, John Day Tully, and Brad Austin (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013), 223-244.
- “The Early South Vietnamese Critique of Communism,” in Tuong Vu and Wasana Wongsurawat, eds., Dynamics of the Cold War in Asia: Ideology, Identity, and Culture (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), 17-32.
- “The South Vietnamese Flag and Shifting Representations of the Vietnamese American Experience,” Rising Asia Journal 1.2 (Summer 2021): 224-233. Click here for the online version.
- Tuan Hoang & Daniel Nuckols, eds., Bridging Divides, Crossing Borders, Community Building: The Human Voice in Core Texts and the Liberal Arts (Dallas: The ACTC Liberal Arts Institute, 2021).
- Tuan Hoang, ed., Tradition and Renewal: Continuity and Change in Core and Liberal Arts Programs (Dallas: The ACTC Liberal Arts Institute, 2021).
- Review of Giang Nguyen-Thu, Television in Post-Reform Vietnam: Nation, Media, Market, Journal of Asian Studies, February 2021.
- Review of Ghost Tape #10 (Sean David Christensen, producer, 2018), Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Fall 2019.
- Review of Trần Đình Trụ, Ship of Fate: Memoir of a Vietnamese Repatriate (translated by Hoài Bắc Trần and Jana K. Lipman), H-Net, August 2019.
- Review of Martin G. Clemis, The Control War: The Struggle for South Vietnam, 1968–1975, Michigan War Studies Review, March 2019.
- Review of Alena K. Alamgir, “Socialist Internationalism At Work: Changes in the Czechoslovak-Vietnamese Labor Exchange Program, 1967–1989,” Dissertation Reviews, January 2016.
- Review of KW Taylor, A History of the Vietnamese and George E. Dutton, Jayne S. Werner, and John K. Whitmore, eds., Sources of Vietnamese Tradition, diaCRITICS, December 2015.
- Review for roundtable on Christina Schwenkel, The American War in Contemporary Vietnam: Transnational Remembrance and Representation, H-Diplo, February 2011.
- Review of Edwin A. Martini, Invisible Enemies: The American War on Vietnam, 1975–2000, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, January/February 2011.
- Review of Melvin Small, At the Water’s Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, H-Diplo, May 2007.
- Review of Dianne Kirby, ed., Religion and the Cold War, Cold War History, November 2006.
- “Vuong Hong Sen,” in Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary (Singapore: Center for Chinese Studies, Nanyang Technological University, 2012).
- “Ngo Dinh Diem,” “Vo Nguyen Giap,” and “17th Parallel” in The Encyclopedia of the Nineteen Sixties: A Decade of Culture and Counterculture (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2011).
- “South Vietnam,” in The World History Encyclopedia (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2011).
Publications in non-academic venues
- “South Vietnam’s Flags at the Capitol Riot,” Asia Sentinel (January 9, 2021). Vietnamese translation (by Jackhammer Nguyễn): “Cờ miền Nam Việt Nam trong cuộc bạo động ở Điện Capitol,” Tiếng Dân (January 10, 2021).
- The column “Tác Phẩm Kinh Điển” [Great Books], Việt Tide, September 2016 to July 2017.
- Until September 2018, Việt Tide was a Vietnamese-language weekly published in Westminster, California, and distributed throughout the U.S. During the academic year 2016-2017, I contributed a monthly column on the books taught in my courses Great Books III and IV.
- “Từ Thế Kỷ Di Dân tới Nước Mỹ Ngày Nay” [From the Century of Immigration to America Today], Việt Báo Tết Bính Thân [Viet Bao: Year of the Monkey], January 2016, pp. 135-138.
- This is the 2016 annual lunar new year’s publication of Việt Báo, an ethnic newspaper in Westminster, California.
- “Nguyễn Hiến Lê và không khí của văn hóa VNCH” [The Writer Nguyen Hien Le and the Cultural Milieu of the Republic of Vietnam], BBC Vietnamese (January 18, 2012).
- “Nhạc trẻ Sài Gòn và văn hóa thành thị Việt Nam” [Youth Music in Saigon and Vietnamese Urban Culture], BBC Vietnamese (May 5, 2009).