Journal of Vietnamese Studies
The Journal of Vietnamese Studies is a triannual, refereed journal managed by the Center for Southeast Asia Studies at UC Berkeley and distributed by the University of California Press. Prof. Peter Zinoman (UC Berkeley) and Prof. Tuong Vu (University of Oregon) are the co-editors-in-chief. The book review editor is Prof. Mariam Lam (UC Riverside).
The Journal of Vietnamese Studies promotes and publishes original social science and humanities research about Vietnamese history, politics, culture, and society, as well as Vietnam-related topics that have traditionally been set apart from mainstream area studies scholarship such as the Vietnamese diaspora and the Vietnam War.
The journal has received funding support to date from the Henry Luce Foundation and the Larry L. Hillblom Foundation.
To learn more about the Journal of Vietnamese Studies, go to http:// www.ucpressjournals.com/ journal.asp?jIssn=1559-372X.
The Center for Southeast Asia Studies is one of the oldest academic centers concerned with Southeast Asian studies in the United States. The center functions as an administrative base to promote the expansion of Southeast Asian studies on the Berkeley campus by facilitating faculty and graduate research, by presenting campus lecture series and cultural programs, by organizing public outreach and international conferences, and by hosting visitors and scholars from around the world. Since 2000, CSEAS has been a Title VI National Resource Center for Southeast Asian Studies in a consortium with the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UCLA.
CSEAS at UC Berkeley shares office space with the Institute of East Asian Studies and maintains informal programming ties with IEAS.