In this second semester segment of our course, students will have the opportunity to develop and disseminate novel research projects which examine several legacies of the American/Vietnam War. Building upon Fall semester’s “deep dive” into key historical events of the American/Vietnam War, as well as existing scholarly and creative interdisciplinary works examining war legacies from multiple perspectives, this Spring students will be provided with more resources, a supportive classroom for project development and feedback, and dedicated time for project tasks to be conducted with their classmates at Fulbright /UU.

Working in three international, collaborative teams, Fulbright and UU Praxis Lab students’ main objective this semester will be to complete a major project that examines a social/historical legacy of the American/Vietnam War. All of our class sessions and all required work are geared toward supporting students toward the successful completion of team projects that were proposed, presented and approved at the end of Fall semester.

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Spring 23


Vietnam Studies


Nguyen Nam


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