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Selected Recent Acquisitions
Bui, Katherine Huong. (1996).
Development of a Vietnamese-American press relative to the ethnic press. M.A. thesis, East Texas State University.
Faderman, Lillian, with Ghia Xiong. (1998).
I begin my life all over: The Hmong and the American immigrant experience Boston: Beacon Press.
Hmong musicians in America, 1978-1996. [video]. (1997).
As told by Amy Catlin. Van Nuys, CA: Apsara Media for Intercultural Education. (13659 Victory Blvd., Suite 577, Van Nuys, CA 91401)
Lu, Van Thanh. (1997).
The inviting call of wandering souls: memoir of an ARVN liaison officer to United States forces in Vietnam who was imprisoned in Communist re-education camps and then escaped. Jefferson, N.C.: MacFarland.
Mabry, Philip James. (1996).
Resettling Vietnamese Amerasians in the United States. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.
Mahoney, Therese Mary. (1995).
The white parasol and the red star: The Lao classical music culture in a climate of change. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.
Nguyen, Dinh-Hoa. (1997).
Vietnamese: Tieng Viet khong son phan. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Ouk, Vibol, with Charles Martin Simon. (1998).
Goodnight Cambodia: Forbidden history. Soquel, CA: Dead Trees Are Alive Productions. (4941 East Walnut, No. 6, Soquel CA 95073; 408/477-9221; $25).
Smith, Michael Peter. (1995).
Who are the "good guys"? The social construction of the Vietnamese "other". In M. P. Smith & J. R. Feagin (Eds.), The bubbling cauldron: race, ethnicity, and the urban crisis (pp. 50-76). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Smith-Hefner, Nancy J. (1994).
Ethnicity and the force of faith: Christian conversion among Khmer refugees. Anthropological Quarterly, 67(1), 24-37.
Sylvester, Ellen Skilton. (1997).
Inside, outside and in-between: Identities, literacies and educational policies in the lives of Cambodian women and girls in Philadelphia. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.
True, Gala. (1997).
"My soul will come back to trouble you": cultural and ethical issues in the coerced treatment of a Hmong adolescent. Southern Folklore, 54(2), 101-114.
Waters, Anthony Edward. (1995).
The cross-generational socialization of immigrant youth. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Califonia, Davis.
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