Huong Thu Nguyen
Huong Thu Nguyen received her doctoral degree from the University of Amsterdam in 2011, based on ethnographic research on sexual violence in Vietnam. Since 2000 she has been a lecturer at Vietnam National University, Hanoi. For the past few years she has been conducting in-depth research on the criminal justice system in the Philippines and Vietnam, particularly dealing with aspects of gender-based violence. In addition, she has carried out intensive consultancy work on human trafficking, discrimination against LGBT, People with Disabilities and Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam. Her recent scholarly articles have appeared in Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, Culture, Health and Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- 'Disaster, Violence, and Crisis: Gendered Social Injustices in The Philippines and Vietnam'
- Gender Crossing in Vietnam: Naming, Identification, and the Question of Recognition
- Hậu Hải Yến ở Phi-líp-pin: Thiên tai, rủi ro và ứng phó nhìn từ góc độ nghiên cứu Nhân học‖
- Hội nhập Giới 30 năm sau Đổi Mới: Tổng thuật lý thuyết cho nghiên cứu và đào tạo Nhân học giới tại Việt Nam
- Navigating Identity, Ethnicity, and Politics: A Case Study of Gender Variance in the Central Highlands of Vietnam
- Red Seedlings of the Central Highlands: Social Relatedness and Political Integration of Select Ethnic Minority Groups in Post-War Vietnam
- The Vietnamese Police Response to Domestic Violence Against Women: The Family Unit Under Pressure
- Gendered Ruination in the Philippines and Vietnam: Climate Change, (In)Security, and Violence in a Cross-Southeast Asian Perspective
- In the wake of Haiyan: An Ethnographic Study on Loss, Melancholy, and Frustration as a result of Climatic Catastrophe in the Philippines
- “On display: The Interweaving of rituals, identities and commodities in the practice of transgenders funeral performers in Southern Vietnam
- “The Politics of Sexual Health in Vietnam”