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Posts by: Long T. Bui

Long T. Bui is currently a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in the Department of Asian American Studies. In his teaching and scholarship, Bui explores the intersections of cultures, politics, history, memory and art. His first book manuscript reframes the legacy of the Republic of Vietnam or South Vietnam through a multi-media analysis of cultural production. This research investigates how individuals in the U.S., contemporary Vietnam and the Vietnamese diaspora recall, recuperate and represent this Cold War geopolitical figure. His articles have appeared in journals such as positions: east asia cultural critique and Journal of Feminist Media Studies.

Humanitarian Violence: The U.S. Deployment of Diversity by Neda Atanasoski

by Long T. Bui • 2 Jun 14
Posted in: General Issue [10] | Review