- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thesis title: Conceptualizing Institutional Policies and Reconstructing Contested Ethnic Minority Identity in Central Highland and the Mekong Delta during The Turmoil of Vietnam (1955-1979)
- Supervisor: Dr Sean Fear, Dr. Adam Tyson (POLIS), Dr. William Noseworthy
I am a PhD candidate in the School of History at the University of Leeds, working on exploring the Cham ethnic minority’s political discourse in Vietnam during the Second Indochina War (1945-1991).
I graduated from the University of California, Irvine (USA) in 2019 with a BA in International Studies and History with honors, Magna Cum Laude, and Phi Beta Kappa. I completed my honors thesis on examining Vietnam’s foreign policy towards China after the Oil Rig Incident in 2014. This project earned me the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Fellowship. I then spent a year completing a Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the same institution where I designed and joined a variety of entrepreneurial projects. I moved to the University of California, San Diego (USA) where I gained my second Master degree in International Affairs/International Relations in 2022.
- Political History, Historiography
- History of Modern Southeast Asia, particularly Vietnam
- Politics of Vietnam
- International Relations Theory/Security Studies
- International Relations of Asia and the Pacific
- US Foreign Policy towards East Asia
- BA International Studies - UC Irvine
- BA History - UC Irvine
- Master of Innovation and Entrepreneurship - UC Irvine
- Master of International Affairs - UC San Diego