My dissertation examines a cultural history of colonial and postcolonial Vietnamese libraries.
For a complete and up to date description of my research, writings, and digital humanities projects, see my website cindyanguyen.com
- Digital Humanities
- History of the Book
- Twentieth Century
- Print Culture
Awards & Fellowships
National Academy of Education/Spencer Dissertation Writing Fellowship
Social Science Research Council — International Dissertation Research Fellowship
Fulbright — Institute of International Education, US Student
Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship
Digital Humanities at Berkeley Collaborative Research Fellowship
D. Kim History of Science in East Asia Fellowship
Institute for Recruitment of Teachers Fellowship
Publications & Presentations
"Reading and Misreading: From Temple of European Knowledge to Public Space of Vietnamese Modernity and Social Life in the Central Library Hanoi, 1919-1941," 13thSingapore Graduate Forum on Southeast Asia Studies, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 23-27 July
"'A Xu/Sou for the Students:' A Discourse Analysis of Vietnamese Student Migration to France in the Late Colonial Period"
"The Cost of Progress," review of Luc Xi: Prostitution and Venereal Disease in Colonial Hanoi by Shaun Kingsley Malarney
"Movement and Gender: Representations of Tourism in Late Colonial Vietnam"