Symposium: The Vietnam War Revisited


SOURCE: U.S. National Archives in Washington D.C.

WHAT: Symposium: The Vietnam War Revisited

WHEN: Friday, September 14, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

WHERE: William G. McGowan Theater in Washington, DC

In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, former Ambassador from South Vietnam to the United States; Tạ Văn Tài, former lecturer and research associate, Harvard Law School; and Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora).

Registration is required at http://vietusactivities.com . Meals will be provided for a fee and paid at the time of registration. If no meals are desired, the Symposium is free. Registration deadline is August 31, 2018.


In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Dr. Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, Former Ambassador of South Vietnam to the United States; Dr. Tạ Văn Tài, Former Lecturer and Research Associate, Harvard Law School; and Dr. Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora)

https://www.facebook.com/usnationalarchives/videos/352350922005383/


In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Dr. Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, Former Ambassador of South Vietnam to the United States; Dr. Tạ Văn Tài, Former Lecturer and Research Associate, Harvard Law School; and Dr. Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora).

https://www.facebook.com/usnationalarchives/videos/236784973681031/

Symposium: The Vietnam War Revisited (part 3)

In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Dr. Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, Former Ambassador of South Vietnam to the United States; Dr. Tạ Văn Tài, Former Lecturer and Research Associate, Harvard Law School; and Dr. Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora).

https://www.facebook.com/usnationalarchives/videos/236784973681031/


In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Dr. Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, Former Ambassador of South Vietnam to the United States; Dr. Tạ Văn Tài, Former Lecturer and Research Associate, Harvard Law School; and Dr. Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora).

In collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, we present a one-day symposium exploring the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective. The symposium will be divided into three segments: Engagement in the War, Aftermath of the War, and Post-War: Perspectives of Younger Generations. Scheduled speakers include Dr. Pierre Asselin (Hanoiʹs Road to the Vietnam War); Rufus Phillips (Why Vietnam Matters); Ambassador Bùi Diễm, Former Ambassador of South Vietnam to the United States; Dr. Tạ Văn Tài, Former Lecturer and Research Associate, Harvard Law School; and Dr. Kieu‑Linh Valverde (Transnationalizing Vietnam: Community, Culture and Politics in the Diaspora).

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