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Temple Courses About Vietnam
Courses in Vietnamese Language, History, and Culture
 
Two levels of Vietnamese language instruction will be offered since the Spring 2007 term by Temple's Center for Critical Languages (see box).
 

Course Schedule for Fall 2011

At Main Campus:
1001 Vietnamese Elements I (4 credit)
Instructor: Ánh Nguyệt Phan
Department of Critical Languages
Tues Thurs 1:30 - 3:10

2001 Second Year Vietnamese I (4 credit)
Instructor: Ánh Nguyệt Phan
Department of Critical Languages
Tues Thurs 11:00 - 12:20

History 2217 Vietnam War (3 credit)
Instructor: Prof. Nguyen Thi Dieu
Tues Thurs 2:00 - 3:30
Cross-listed as Asian Studies 2217

Course Schedule for Spring 2012

1002 Vietnamese Elements II (4 credit)
Instructor: Ánh Nguyệt Phan
Department of Critical Languages
Tues Thurs 1:30 - 3:10

2002 Second Year Vietnamese II (4 credit)
Instructor: Ánh Nguyệt Phan
Department of Critical Languages
Tues Thurs 11:00 - 12:20

History 3556 Vietnam 1945-1992 (3 credit)
Instructor: Prof. Sophie Quinn-Judge
Mons Weds Fris 9:00 - 9:50
Cross-listed as Asian Studies 3556

 

 

Vietnamese Language Courses

To register for Vietnamese language courses, students will need to contact the Critical Languages Department to determine which section would be most appropriate. If you are interested in enrolling in one of our Vietnamese language courses, please contact the Critical Languages secretary, Ms. Pam Smallwood at poppy@temple.edu.

Topics In World History (VietnameseVoices)

Dr. Quinn-Judge's course, Vietnamese Voices: An Introduction to Vietnamese Culture and History through Literature, is taught in English. For further information click here.

History of Vietnam 

This course will be taught in Spring 2007 by Dr.  Nguyen, Dieu T. The History of Vietnam emphasizes cultural, social, and economic factors, tracing Vietnamese history from its mythological origins to the 21st century. Topics include indigenous social formations, the period of Chinese domination, the rise of independent Vietnamese dynasties, the French colonial era, the Vietnamese Revolution, and the three Indochina Wars, including the Vietnam Conflict in the 20th century. It will close with consideration of life under the current Socialist Republic of Vietnam. For further information click here.



THE CENTER FOR VIETNAMESE PHILOSOPHY, CULTURE & SOCIETY TRUNG TÂM TRIẾT HỌC, VĂN HOÁ & XÃ HỘI VIỆT NAM
Gladfelter Hall, Room 1016 1115 Polett Walk Philadelphia, PA 19122 Contact: vietcent@temple.edu