Dao The Duc

Dao The Duc is the  Vice Editor-in-chief in the Institute of Cultural Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. An anthropologist who graduated from University of Washington (Seattle) with Ph.D. thesis entitled Buddhist Pilgrimage and the Resurgence of Religious Practices in Contemporary Vietnam. His research interest is on religious practices by elderly women’s groups; gender-based violence; ethnic conflicts and ethnic identities; migration and cultural changes; cultural institutions and safeguarding of cultural heritages. His recent research projects include Histories and Heritages of Central Vietnam, The Role of Culture in Sustainable Development in Central Highland Vietnam, and Integration in Southeast Asia: Trajectories of Inclusion, Dynamics of Exclusion.   

1 Publications by  Dao The Duc
Legacies of War and Inter-Communal conflict in Vietnam
A research of inter-communal conflict, violence, trauma, and memories of the war in Quang Ngai Province, Central Vietnam....
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