KTM HADIRKAN KELUARGA DUKE TERBESAR DI VIETNAM

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Contributor(s): Scott Laderman,Ngo Vinc Long,Walter L. Hixson,Alexander Bloom,Heonik Kwon,Christina Schwenkel,Viet Thanh Nguyen,Mariam B. Lam,Diane Niblack Fox,Charles Waugh,H. Bruce Franklin,Edwin A. Martini




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In Four Decades On, historians, anthropologists, và literary critics examine the legacies of the Second Indochimãng cầu War, or what most Americans Hotline the Vietphái nam War, nearly forty years after the United States finally left Vietphái nam. They address matters such as the daunting tasks facing the Vietnamese at the war"s end—including rebuilding a nation & consolidating a sociadanh sách revolution while fending off Đài Loan Trung Quốc & the Khmer Rouge—& "the Vietnam giới syndrome," the cynical, frustrated, & pessimistic sense that colored America"s views of the rest of the world after its humiliating defeat in Vietnam giới. The contributors provide unexpected perspectives on Agent Orange, the POW/MIA controversies, the commercial trade relationship between the United States and Vietnam giới, and representations of the war & its aftermath produced by artists, particularly writers. They show how the war has continued to lớn affect not only international relations but also the everyday lives of millions of people around the world. Most of the contributors take up matters in the United States, Vietphái mạnh, or both nations, while several utilize transnational analytic frameworks, recognizing that the war"s legacies shape and are shaped by dynamics that transckết thúc the two countries.Contributors. Alex Bloom, Diane Niblaông xã Fox, H. Bruce Franklin, Walter Hixson, Heonik Kwon, Scott Laderman, Mariam B. Lam, Ngo Vinch Long, Edwin A. Martini, Viet Thanh hao Nguyen, Christimãng cầu Schwenkel, Charles Waugh

Praise

“Libraries seeking materials involving the history of memory will not go wrong by adding this excellent book to their collections. Highly recommended.” — C. C. Lovett, Choice

“In summary, there are a lot of good bits in Four Decades On… hose seriously interested in plumbing where Vietphái nam is headed or where the United States has been will want khổng lồ have it on a handy shelf.” — David Brown, Contemporary Southeast Asia

“Four Decades On is a rich collection that provides insight inlớn the complex legacies of the Viet Nam War, which manifest themselves in local, national, & global contexts.

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The anthology reminds us of the need for multi-lingual, multi-shore, & interdisciplinary methodologies lớn more fully grapple with the meaning of war.”  — Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Journal of Military History

“Given that this volume speaks lớn emerging trends in the historiography of the Vietphái nam War and Vietnamese studies, I would highly recommover Four Decades On to academics in these respective fields, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates. . . . .These scholars also remind us that past narratives of the Vietnam War have obscured or omitted the voices and actions of the Vietnamese. Future histories must place Vietnamese và American voices in meaningful conversation, and the international lens adopted in the essays outlined above can remedy that lacunae.” — Joshua Akers, H-War, H-Net Reviews

" . . . this collection deserves cthua trận attention from anyone seeking a better and more complete understanding of the Second Indochimãng cầu War and its legacies."   — Andrew L. Johns, Journal of American History

"This outstanding collection of eleven essays . . . merit study by every citizen." — Moss Roberts, Pacific Affairs

“The book also goes well beyond earlier anthologies on the legacies of the war by blending contributions by historians, anthropologists, và literary scholars. As a result, the book touches on everything from high politics và diplomacy khổng lồ literature, folklore, and religion & deserves the attention of scholars in  numerous disciplines.” — Mark Atwood Lawrence, History: Review of New Books


"Four Decades On meets the clear scholarly need for a volume that explores the aftermath of the Vietphái mạnh War in Vietphái mạnh và the United States. This svào collection of essays demonstrates that the war continued khổng lồ shape critical dimensions of Vietnamese & American history after 1975 & that these postwar developments must be conceived in a transnational frame." — Mark Philip Bradley, author of Vietnam at War

"Four Decades On is a most valuable collection of essays analyzing the legacies of the Second Indochimãng cầu War from inside Vietphái nam và the United States &, in some essays, from broader transnational perspectives. Addressing film, literature, politics, memory, Agent Orange, the environment, trade, & reconciliation and its absence, this collection would make an excellent concluding assignment khổng lồ any course on the Vietnam War." — Marilyn B. Young, coeditor of Bombing Civilians: A Twentieth-Century History