Nhung Tuyet Tran
Invited Researcher of DEA Programme Stay in France: from November 12th to December 24th, 2021
Published at 16 November 2021
Nhung Tuyet Tran’s intellectual interests lie at the intersection of gender, law and religious practice in early modern Southeast Asia. She is associate professor of history at the University of Toronto, where she teaches courses on Southeast Asian, transnational gender, religious, food, and Indian Ocean histories. She supervises doctoral students working on topics related to gender and religion in Southeast Asia.
Title: Releasing the Soul: Vietnamese Catholic Identity in the Early Modern Era, 1624-1800
Keywords: Gender, religion, law, enslavement in the Vietnam
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