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Archiving Power: Vietnamese Refugee Studies and the Politics of Memory

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Nov 13 2020
Archiving Power: Vietnamese Refugee Studies and the Politics of Memory

This event explores the contested meanings of ‘refugee’—as a geopolitical label of national non-belonging; as familial stories of injustice, humanity, and survival; and as contemporary plight in need of political and social action.

Join CSREA for “Archiving Power: Vietnamese Refugee Studies and the Politics of Memory,” a panel discussion which explores the contested meanings of ‘refugee’—as a geopolitical label of national non-belonging; as familial stories of injustice, humanity, and survival (which both haunt and unite); and as contemporary plight in need of political and social action. The panel will feature Quan Tran (Lecturer in Ethnicity, Race, and Migration and American Studies, Yale University), Evyn Lê

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