We are pleased to announce the launch of a new book series – Global Vietnam, published by Springer Nature.
As far as we know, this is the first and only book series in the world with a major international publisher to focus solely on Vietnam.
This book series has emerged from, and is affiliated with, the annual academic conference series, Engaging With Vietnam: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue (EWV). In the years ahead, some of the publications in this series will undoubtedly be developed from papers presented at future EWV conferences.
At the same time, however, this book series is fully open to scholars from around the world and welcomes the submission of manuscripts and book proposals, both authored and edited, on any topic in the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Education and Interdisciplinary Studies about Vietnam in global contexts and/or global Vietnam, however one wishes to conceptualize those topics.
Finally, we are honored to have received the support of many leading scholars who have agreed to serve as Associate Series Editors and Editorial Board Members for this book series.
We are therefore very excited about this new initiative, and look forward to the engaging scholarship that it will publish.
Phan Le Ha and Liam C. Kelley
Founding & Series Editors
Aim and Scope
Global Vietnam is committed to advancing scholarship on Vietnam and Vietnam-related issues and to nurturing a new generation of Vietnam scholars in the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Education and Interdisciplinary Studies.
Its goal is to engage with Vietnam in global contexts and with global Vietnam across time, space and communities.
It will feature new writings and understandings that reflect nuances, complexities and dynamics that Vietnam in all of its possible meanings and constructs has inspired, generated and stimulated.
It recognizes that there is an ever expanding circle of Vietnam scholars around the world whose scholarship can be seen as the product of a new era when knowledge production has become increasingly globalized and decentralized.
Submit a Proposal
An official page for the Global Vietnam book series will be set up on the Springer Nature website soon. Any initial inquiries should be sent to the Founding & Series Editors as follows:
Phan Le Ha = leha.phan[at]ubd.edu.bn
Liam C. Kelley = liam.kelley[at]ubd.edu.bn
Founding & Series Editors
Phan Le Ha (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
Liam C. Kelley (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
Associate Series Editors
Lan Anh Hoang (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Jamie Gillen (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
Catherine Earl (RMIT University Vietnam, Vietnam)
Tam Ngo (Max Planck Institute for the study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany; and The Netherlands Royal Academy of Sciences, the Netherlands)
Nguyen Tuan Cuong (Institute of Sino-Nom Studies, Vietnam)
Tuan Hoang (Peperdine University, USA)
Erik Harms (Yale University, USA)
Editorial Board Members
Christopher Goscha (Université du Québec à Montréal’s, Canada)
Gerard Sasges (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Nguyen Nam (Fulbright University of Vietnam, Vietnam)
Hoa Nguyen (The University of New South Wales, Australia)
Nguyen Van Suu (USSH, Vietnam National University Hanoi, Vietnam)
Jonathan Warren (University of Washington at Seattle, USA)
Tamsin Barber (Oxford Brooks University, UK)
Giang Nguyen-Thu (The University of Queensland, Australia)
Ly Tran (Deakin University, Australia)
Vu Minh Hoang (Fulbright University of Vietnam, Vietnam)
Nguyen Ngoc Tho (USSH, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)
Han Xiaorong (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
Tran Kien (School of Law, Vietnam National University Hanoi, Vietnam)
Dat Bao (Monash University, Australia)
Huong Thi Lan Nguyen (Latrobe University, Australia)
Nguyen To Lan (Institute of Sino-Nom Studies, Vietnam)
Tran Richard Quang-Anh (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy)
Catherine Churchman (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Ivan Small (Central Connecticut State University, USA)
Sean Fear (University of Leeds, UK)
Series Editorial Assistant
Ngo Thi Diem Hang (The University of South Australia, Australia)