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Vietnam and the West : new approaches
AuthorWilcox, Wynn, 1974-
Cornell University. Southeast Asia Program
Pub. LocationIthaca, NYPublisherCornell University, Southeast Asia Program
Date2010Phys. Desc.vi, 210 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
LocationDirector's OfficeCall NumberDS556.42.V535 2010
Vietnam and the West : new approaches / Wynn Wilcox, editor.
"This volume grew out of a conference with the same title that was held at Western Connecticut State University on December 4-5, 2005"--Acknowledgments.
Includes bibliographical references.

Introduction : the co-figuration of Vietnam and the West / Wynn Wilcox -- Precolonial encounters (to 1862). The rise of Christian Nôm literature in seventeenth-century Vietnam : fusing European content and local expression / Brian Ostrowski ; Jean Marie Despiau : unjustly maligned physician in the medical service of the Nguyên / C. Michele Thompson ; Đặng Đức Tuá̂n and the complexities of nineteenth-century Vietnamese Christian identity / Wynn Wilcox -- French and American encounters (1862-1975). More than half the sky : Vietnamese women and anti-French political activism, 1858-1945 / Micheline Lessard ; Persuading the enemy : Vietnamese appeals to non-white forces of occupation, 1945-1975 / Marc Jason Gilbert ; The paradox of western-style trade unionism in South Vietnam / Edmund F. Wehrle ; The search for a third force in Vietnam : from The quiet American to the Paris peace agreement / Sophie Quinn-Judge -- Recent encounters (1975-present). Agent Orange, Vietnam, and the United States : blurring the boundaries / Diane Niblack Fox ; Strategic waters, tragic waters : water privatization in Vietnam / Christopher L. Kukk.

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Subject(s)Vietnam--Civilization--Western influences--Congresses
Vietnam--Relations--Western countries--Congresses
Vietnam--History--Congresses
SeriesStudies on Southeast Asia ; no. 52
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #19758
ISBN9780877277521 ; 0877277524LCCN2011282058OCLC687615095