Transnationalizing Viet Nam

Community, Culture, and Politics in the Diaspora

Caroline Kieu Linh Valverde
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198 pages
6 x 9

Table of Contents

Preface Acknowledgments 1 Transnationalizing Viet Nam 2 Popular Music: Sounds of Home Resistance and Change 3 Social Transformations from Virtual Communities 4 Defying and Redefining Vietnamese Diasporic Art and Media as Seen through Chau Huynh’s Creations 5 Whose Community Is It Anyway? Overseas Vietnamese Negotiating Their Cultural and Political Identity: The Case of Vice-Mayor Madison Nguyen 6 Vietnamese Diaspora Revisited Notes References Index

About the Author(s)

Kieu-Linh Caroline Valverde is Assistant Professor of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Davis.


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  • Asian American History and Culture edited by Cathy Schlund-Vials, Rick Bonus, and Shelley Sang-Hee Lee

    Founded by Sucheng Chan in 1991, the Asian American History and Culture series has sponsored innovative scholarship that has redefined, expanded, and advanced the field of Asian American studies while strengthening its links to related areas of scholarly inquiry and engaged critique. Like the field from which it emerged, the series remains rooted in the social sciences and humanities, encompassing multiple regions, formations, communities, and identities. Extending the vision of founding editor Sucheng Chan and emeriti editor Michael Omi, David Palumbo-Liu, K. Scott Wong and Linda Trinh Vú, series editors Cathy Schlund-Vials, Rick Bonus, and Shelley Sang-Hee Lee continue to develop a foundational collection that embodies a range of theoretical and methodological approaches to Asian American studies.