[Blueboard] repression and toleration of dissent in Vietnam

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Mon Apr 25 15:43:16 PHT 2011


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ACAS and the Department of Political Science cordially invite you to a  
talk by Prof. Emeritus Benedict Kerkvliet on:

Repression and Toleration of Political Dissent in Contemporary Vietnam

Abstract:

Public criticism of state officials and policies which has grown
considerably in Vietnam during the last dozen or so years, ranges over
many issues, and emanates from several sectors of society. This talk
will focus on several dozen regime dissidents. After synthesizing
their main criticisms and objectives, the presentation will analyze
state authorities' actions towards the dissidents. That analysis
reveals repression but also a lack of uniformity in the repression and
a surprising degree of toleration.

Brief curriculum vitae of Prof Emeritus Kerkvliet

Benedict Kerkvliet, Professor Emeritus at the Australian National  
University, is author of several books, most popular of which, at  
least for the Filipino audience, is THE HUK REBELLION. He is not new  
to Ateneo, being  twice a research associate of the Institute of  
Philippine Culture (IPC). That was when he was doing his research on  
the Huk rebellion and on village politics in Nueva Ecija. In recent  
years his research has emphasized Vietnam. His publications on Vietnam  
include THE POWER OF EVERYDAY POLITICS: HOW VIETNAMESE VILLAGERS  
TRANSFORMED NATIONAL POLICY (Cornell University Press, 2005) and  
?Workers? Protests in Contemporary Vietnam (with Some Comparisons to  
those in the Pre-1975 South),? Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 5:1  
(2010): 162-204.

Prof. Kervliet is proficient in Pilipino and Vietnamese.

PLACE: Case Study room, 1Fl, Social Sciences Building
DATE and TIME: May 11, 2011 at 4:30 to 6:00 pm

ADMISSION IS FREE,  but please inform us if you are coming, by calling  
Rea at 426-6001 (5285/5286); direct line: 926-4202. OFFICE HOURS: 1:00  
-5:00 pm.
You may also email acas at admu.edu.ph






-- 
Lydia N. Yu-Jose, Ph.D.
Executive Director

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
2/F Ricardo & Dr. Rosita Leong Hall,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108
Tel: (632) 426-6001 loc. 5285/5286; (632) 926-4202
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm
Email: acas at admu.edu.ph
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