TS. Nguyễn Thu Hương

I. Thông tin chung

  • Ngày sinh: 12/3.
  • Email: huongethno@gmail.com
  • Đơn vị công tác: Bộ môn Nhân học Phát triển, Khoa Nhân học
  • Học vị: Tiến sĩ                                         Năm nhận: 2011
  • Quá trình đào tạo:

2015-2017: Nghiên cứu sau tiến sĩ, Bộ môn Nghiên cứu Giới, Đại học Lund, Thụy Điển.

2006-2011: Nghiên cứu sinh, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, Đại học Amsterdam, Hà Lan.

2002-2004: Cao học, International School for Social Sciences and Humanities, Đại học Amsterdam, Hà Lan.

1996-2000: Cử nhân, Đại học Khoa học Xã hội và Nhân văn, Đại học Quốc gia Hà Nội.

  • Trình độ ngoại ngữ:
  • Hướng nghiên cứu chính: Nghiên cứu phát triển (Critical Development Studies), Thảm họa thiên tai (Climate Disasters), Bạo lực giới (Gendered Violence), Đa dạng giới và tính dục (LGBT), Vấn đề khuyết tật (Disability), Buôn bán người (Human Trafficking), Quan hệ liên tộc người (Interethnic Relations), Đông Nam Á (Southeast Asia).

II. Các công trình khoa học

Sách chuyên khảo

Taboos and Realities: Rape in Present-Day Vietnam, Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers, 2011.

Bài tạp chí

Sắp ấn bản

  • Gendered vulnerabilities in time of natural disasters: Male-to-Female violence in the Philippines in the aftermath of super Typhoon Haiyan. Violence Against Women.
  • ‘A Combination of Imagination and Observation’ - Medical Anthropology in Vietnam since the 1990s. American Anthropologist, Special Section on World Medical Anthropologies. Co-author with Tine Gammeltoft.
  1. Navigating identity, ethnicity, and politics: A case study of gender variance in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies. Special Issue on Transgender Masculinities, 2016.
  2. Gender integration after 30 years of Doi Moi: Literature review for research and training in the anthropology of gender in Vietnam. Journal of Anthropology, No. 4, 14-23, 2016.
  3. Gender Crossing in Vietnam: Benennung, Identität, und die Frage der Anerkennung [Gender Crossing in Vietnam: Naming, Identification, and the Question of Recognition] Südostasien, Spring issue, 2016.
  4. At the Intersection of Gender, Sexuality, and Politics: The Disposition of Rape Cases among some Ethnic Minority Groups of Northern Vietnam. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 28 (1), 132-51, 2013.
  5. “Whose Weapons? Representations of Rape in the Print Media in Modern Vietnam,” Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 7 (2), 29-66, 2012.
  6. “Rape Disclosures: The Interplay of Gender, Culture and Kinship in Contemporary Vietnam,” Culture, Health and Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care (Special Volume on ‘Secrecy as Embodied Practice’), 14 (1), S39-S52, 2012.
  7. Anthropology ‘At Home’ Through the Lens of Intersubjectivity: Counter Transference While Interviewing A ‘Vulnerable’ Vietnamese Woman. Medische Antropologie (special issue on ‘Intersubjectivity’). 23-38, 2007.
  8. H-France Review, 7, 54. Anne Raffin, Youth Mobilization in Vichy Indochina and its Legacies, 1940-1970. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. Co-authored with Frances Gouda, 2007.
  9. Rape in Vietnam from Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives, Journal of Asian History 40, 185-206, 2006.

Chương sách

  • Intersections of spiritual belief, culture characteristics and gender diversity: Funeral Performance and Transgenders in Southern Vietnam. Invited contribution to Peter Jackson and Benny Baumann (Eds.) Queerness and Spirituality in Southeast Asia.
  • Queerness, Vulnerabilities and Inclusion in times of Climatic Catastrophes in the Philippines. Invited contribution to Helle Rydstrom and Catarina Kinvall (Eds) Climate Hazards and Gendered Ramifications. Routledge.
  • Climate Disaster, Gender, and Violence: Men’s Infliction of Harm upon Women in the Philippines and Vietnam. Women’s Studies International Forum. Co-author with Helle Rydstrom.
  1. Anthropology of Gender in Vietnam since Reform. In Nguyen Van Suu, Lam Ba Nam and Nguyen Văn Huy (Eds) Anthropology in Vietnam. Hanoi: The Knowledge Publishing House, 2016.
  2. "The Vietnamese police response to family based violence: The family unit under pressure". Co-author with Mike Perkins, Louise Cotrel-Gibbons. In Diana Peterson and Julie Schroeder (Eds) International Response to Domestic Violence. London: Routledge, 2016.
  3. ‘In the wake of Haiyan: Natural disasters, risks and responses seen from anthropological perspectives’, in Ngô Văn Lệ et al. “Vietnam-Southeast Asia: Integration and Development”. Vietnam National University of Hochiminh City, 2016.
  4. "The Red Seedlings of the Central Highlands’: Social Relatedness and Political   Integration of Select Ethnic Minority Groups in Post-War Vietnam", in P. Taylor (ed.) Connected and Disconnected in Vietnam: Remaking Relations in a Post-socialist Nation. Canberra: ANU Press, 2016.
  5. “The Politics of Sexual Health in Vietnam.” Co-author with Tine Gammeltoft. In Mark McLelland & Vera Mackie (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Sexuality Studies in East Asia. London: Routledge,2014.

Tham luận hội thảo

  1. ‘Queering Death Rites: Cultural Legacy, Identities and Rights among Transsexual Funeral Performers in Southern Vietnam ’. Paper presented at the 2018 Seminar on Gender Issues, organized by the Gender Equality Promotion Committee, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, February 2, 2018.
  2. ‘Unpacking the Anthropology of Gender in Vietnam: Globalization versus Particularization’. Paper presented at the International conference on ‘Two decades of globalizing social sciences – concepts, strategies, achievements’, co-organized by the World Social Science and Humanities Network and Vietnam National University, Hanoi, January 18-19,2018.
  3. “Navigating Identity, Ethnicity, and Politics: Case Studies of Non-Binary Gender in Vietnam’s Central Highlands”. Paper presented at the international conference on “Non-Binary Identities, Bodies and Discourses” held by the School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds, UK, 22/3/2016.
  4. “Gendered Climate Injustice: Catastrophe, Precariousness, and Male-to-Female Violence in the Philippines and Vietnam” (co-author with Helle Rydstrom). Paper invited for presentation at the International conference on “Disaster justice in Anthropocene Asia and the Pacific” organized by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, November 17-18, 2016.
  5. “Navigating identity, ethnicity, and politics: A case study of gender variance in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.” Paper accepted for presentation at the G16 conference on Boundaries, Mobility and Mobilization, Linkoping, Sweden, 23-25 November, 2016.
  6. “In the wake of Haiyan”: An Ethnographic Study on Loss, Melancholy, and Frustration as a result of Climatic Catastrophe in the Philippines. Invited paper for presentation at the plenary session of the International Conference on “Vietnam and Southeast Asia: Integration and Development”, Phu Yen, Vietnam, December 5-6, 2015.
  7. “Gendered Ruination in the Philippines and Vietnam: Climate Change, (In)Security, and Violence in a Cross-Southeast Asian Perspective” (co-author with Helle Rydstrom). Accepted paper for presentation at the panel on Transforming the Environment—Transforming Gender Relations? Women, Men, and Environmental Change in Southeast Asia. EuroSEAS, Vienna, Austeria, August 11-14, 2015.
  8. “On display: The Interweaving of rituals, identities and commodities in the practice of transgender funeral performers in Southern Vietnam.” Invited paper for the International Workshop on Religious Pluralism, Magic and Gender/Sex Diversity in Southeast Asia, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, January 22-25, 2015.
  9. ‘The red seedlings’ of the Central Highlands: The social relatedness and political integration of selected ethnic minority groups in post-war Vietnam”. Invited paper for presentation at the 2014 Vietnam Update Conference held at the Australia National University, Canberra, Australia, December 1-2, 2014.
  10. “Cultural Legacy and Transgendering in Vietnam”. Invited paper for presentation at the International Berkshire Conference on Women’s History, Toronto, Canada. May 22-25, 2014
  11. Women of Disabilities Desiring Children: Intersectionality of Disability, Motherhood and Gender Politics in Post-war Vietnam.” Invited paper for presentation at the International Conference on Populations, Health and Medicines in Developing Countries: The case of Vietnam from the 18th century to present (co-organized by Justus-Liebig University, University of Giessen, and Vietnam National University), Hanoi, Vietnam. November 1-2, 2013.
  12. “The Uplands Catching Up With The Lowlands”? Reflections on Discourses on Socio-Cultural Growth of Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam’s Central Highlands” paper presented at the panel, entitled: Cultural Growth: Asian Perspective of Civilization of the Conference “Growth: Critical Perspectives from Asia” Copenhagen, Denmark. June 13-14, 2013.
  13. “ Cultural Legacy and Transgendering in Vietnam.” Invited paper for the forum on “Plural Identities: State and Globalization” organized by SEASREP Foundation, Manila, the Philippines. December 3-4, 2012.
  14. “A Multiple Lens: Making a Critical Sense of Human Resource Development of Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam.” Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Vietnamese Studies. Hanoi, Vietnam. November 26-28, 2012.
  15. “Rethinking Gender Relations among Vietnam’s Central Highlanders: Within and Beyond the Household.” Paper presented at the international conference on Inequality, Conflict and Political Regimes in East and Southeast Asian Countries co-organized by Stockholm University and Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Vietnam. November 22-24, 2012.
  16. “Making Meaning in Father-Daughter Incest Narratives in Contemporary Vietnam: Whose Voices? Poster presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Survivors of Rape organized by Rape Crisis Network Ireland. Galway, Ireland. November 8-10, 2012.
  17. “Gender Crossing in Vietnam: Yesterday and Today.” Paper presented at the international conference Future Directions in Southeast Asian Studies co-organized by Leiden University, Australia National University and Vietnam National University of Hanoi, March 8-10, 2012. Hanoi, Vietnam.
  18. “Mediating East-West Variations of Autonomy: Case Studies of Raped Women in Vietnam.” Paper presented at the 3rd International conference Engaging with Vietnam: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, co-organized by Monash University and University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi, Vietnam. December 4-5, 2011.
  19. “Rape: A Matter of Private Prosecution? The Interface of Gender, Sexuality, and Politics in Dealing with Rape Cases among Ethnic Minorities of Northern Vietnam.” Paper presented at the international conference Localizing Global Justice: Rethinking Law and Human Rights in Southeast Asia, Columbia University, New York City, USA. November 4-5, 2011.
  20. “Demyth-ifying a ‘Free-Love’ Culture: Rethinking Premarital Sex, Rape and Marriage among the Youth of Some Ethnic Minorities in Northern Vietnam.” Paper presented at the Workshop on Youth, Risk, and Sexuality in Vietnam and India: Educational concerns,” co-organized by Lund University and the Vietnam National Institute for Educational Sciences, Hanoi, Vietnam. July 5, 2011.
  21. “A double-edge Sword: Rape Representations in the Printed Media in Modern Vietnam.” Paper presented at the 7th IASSCS (International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture, and Society ) conference, Hanoi, Vietnam. April 15-18, 2009.
  22. Tackling taboos: Methodological approaches in researching rape in Vietnam. Paper presented at the International Conference on the Anthropology of Vietnam. Binh Duong, Vietnam: December 15-18, 2009.
  23. “Negotiating Cultural Diversity. The case of Muslim radicalization in the present-day Netherlands.” Paper presented at the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum organized by the Japan Foundation and Okinawa Prefectural Government. Okinawa, Japan: January 15-24, 2006.
  24. “Adopting across the color-line: a case study of Vietnamese-American transracial adoption.” Paper presented at the 11th annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ. (USA): November 16-19, 2005.
  25. “A great loss of one’s own worth. The traumatic experiences of rape survivors in Vietnam.” Paper presented at the 5th IASSCS (International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture, and Society ) conference, San Francisco, CA. (USA): June 21-24. Abstract in Culture, Heath and Sexuality (Supplement), June 2005.

III. Đề tài KH&CN các cấp

  1. Nghiên cứu người chuyển giới trình diễn trong đám tang tại thành phố Hồ Chí Minh (chủ nhiệm), Đề tài cấp ĐHQG, 2017-2019.
  2. The Swedish Research Council Research Grant “Climate Disasters and Gendered Violence in Asia: A Study on the Vulnerability and (In)Security of Women and Girls in the Aftermath of Recent Catastrophes in Pakistan, the Philippines, and Vietnam, led by Helle Rydstrom (Lund University), post-doctoral researcher cum principal researcher in the Philippine study, 2015-2019.
  3. SEASREP Post-doctoral Research Grant for project entitled “Social Perceptions and   Judicial Representations of Rape: The cases of Vietnam and the Philippines, 2014-2015.
  4. UNDP/EOWP Research Grant for project entitled Gender, Ethnicity and Human Resource Development: Case Studies of Ethnic Minority Women’s Participation in the Public Sector in Kon Tum Province, 2012.
  5. Publication Grant from the Toyota Foundation to publish the monograph, entitled Taboos and Realities: Rape in Present-day Vietnam, The Gioi Publishers, Hanoi, 2011.
  6. Toyota Foundation Research Grant for project, entitled Sexual Assault from Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives, 2004-2006.

IV. Khen thưởng và học bổng

  1. The Gender Equality Promotion Committee, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University. 2018.
  2. Vietnam National University of Hanoi Ministerial Level Research Grant (2017-2019) ‘A Study on Transgender Funeral Performers in Ho Chi Minh City’. 2017.
  3. Asian Research Institute of National University of Singapore award for conference travel, Singapore. 2016.
  4. The Swedish Research Council Research Grant (2015-2019) “Climate Disasters and Gendered Violence in Asia: A Study on the Vulnerability and (In)Security of Women and Girls in the Aftermath of Recent Catastrophes in Pakistan, the Philippines, and Vietnam,” led by Helle Rydstrom (Lund University). Post-doctoral researcher cum principal researcher in the Philippine study. 2015.
  5. Humboldt University travel grant for conference participation in the International Workshop on Religious Pluralism, Magic and Gender/Sex Diversity in Southeast Asia. 2014.
  6. Australian National Unive\rsity travel grant for conference participation in the 2014 Vietnam Update. 2014.
  7. SEASREP Post-doctoral Research Grant for project entitled “Social Perceptions and   Judicial Representations of Rape: The cases of Vietnam and the Philippines.” 2014. 
  8. Berkshire Conference Organizing Committee, University of Toronto award for conference travel, Toronto, Canada. 2014.
  9. Konrad Adenauer Foundation award for conference travel Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 2014.
  10. Asia Dynamics Initiatives, University of Copenhagen award for conference travel. Copenhagen, Denmark. 2013.
  11. South East Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP Foundation) award for conference travel, Manila, the Philippines. 2012. 
  12. UNDP/EOWP Research Grant for project entitled “Gender, Ethnicity and Human Resource Development: Case Studies of Ethnic Minority Women’s Participation in the Public Sector in Kon Tum Province.” 2012.
  13. Publication Grant from the Toyota Foundation to publish the monograph, entitled “Taboos and Realities: Rape in Present-day Vietnam.” Hanoi: The Gioi Publishers. 2011.
  14. SOROS Foundation Award for Conference Travel. New York, USA. 2011.
  15. Netherland Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for PhD Studies at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2006 - 2010.
  16. Japan Foundation Grant for participation in the Asia-Pacific Youth Forum, Okinawa, Japan. 2006.
  17. Ford Foundation Grant for conference travel, Phoenix, USA. 2005.
  18. International Association for the Study of Culture, Sexuality and Society (IASCSS) Grant for conference travel, San Franciso, USA. 2005.
  19. Toyota Foundation Research Grant for project, entitled “Sexual Assault from Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives”. 2004-2006.
  20. Netherland Fellowship Programmes (NFP) for master ‘s degree programmes at International School for Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2002-2004.
  21. Certificate of merit from the Rector of College of Social Sciences and Humanities for achieving the highest graduating grade for the 1996-2000 academic year. 2000.
  22. Certificate of merit from the Minister of Education and Training for the research project, entitled “Making traditional papers in Ho Khau village, Buoi ward, Tay Ho district, Hanoi”. 1999 
  23. Study Grant from the Toyota Foundation for achieving the highest grade for the academic year 1997-1998.