HIS315H1: Vietnamese Histories



This course introduces students to the narratives that diverse actors have used to talk about Vietnamese histories. We will focus on the histories and perspectives of the indigenous peoples of the peninsula, ethnic minority groups, as well as that of the majority "Kinh people." We'll explore themes which have been central to shaping the geographic space, the socio-political regimes, and the cultural entity we now call "Viet Nam," while examining how varying types of historical method and archival strategies can influence the telling of histories. This course may fulfil the methodology requirement portion of the major.

Distribution Requirements
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class