SOAS University of London

South East Asia Section, School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics

Dana Healy

PhD (Prague)
  • Overview
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Expertise
  • Publications

Overview

Dana Healy
South East Asia Section, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics

Senior Lecturer in Vietnamese

Centre for Global Media and Communications

Associate Member, Centre for Media and Film Studies

SOAS Centre of South East Asian Studies

Academic Staff, Centre of South East Asian Studies

Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS)

Member

Name:
Dr Dana Healy
Email address:
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7898 4252
Address:
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
465
Academic Support Hours:
Tuesday 12-1, Wednesday 11-12

Teaching

Programmes Convened
Modules Taught

Research

  • Modern Vietnamese literature
  • Modern Vietnamese cultural studies (literature, film, gender)
  • Vietnamese social and cultural history (the Vietnam War; art and politics)
  • The sociology of contemporary Vietnamese literature
  • The Vietnamese diaspora.

Expertise

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Available for
  • Briefings
  • Special Study Programmes
  • Short Term Consultancy
  • Long Term Consultancy
Regional Expertise
  • South East Asia
Country Expertise
  • Vietnam
Languages
  • Czech
  • Russian
  • Vietnamese

Publications

Authored Books

Healy, Dana (2014) Get Started in Vietnamese. London: McGraw-Hill Education.

Healy, Dana and T., N (2002) Aspects of Vietnamese Culture (Cac khia canh van hoa Viet Nam). Ha Noi: The Gioi.

Healy, Dana (2001) Vietnamese: complete course for beginners (Hương dẫn tự học tiếng Việt). Ho Chi Minh City: NXB Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh.

Healy, Dana (1997) Teach Yourself Vietnamese. London: Hodder & Stoughton.

Articles

Healy, Dana (2014) 'Cultural Policies and Literary Legacies of Vietnamese Renovation'. Archív Orientální, (82) 1, pp 117-140.

Healy, Dana (2013) 'New Voices: Socio-cultural Trajectories of Vietnamese Literature in the 21st Century'. Asian and African Studies, (22), pp 1-30.

Healy, Dana (2013) 'Vom Triumph zur Trag­odie: Krieg im vietnamesischen Film'. Sudostasien, (4), pp 10-11.

Healy, Dana (2010) 'From triumph to tragedy: visualizing war in Vietnamese film and fiction'. South Asia Research, (18) 2, pp 325-347.

Healy, Dana (2007) 'Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Vietnamese Literature'. Oriental Archive (Archiv orientalni), (75) 1, pp 39-59.

Healy, Dana (2006) '‘Laments of Warriors’ Wives: Re-gendering the War in Vietnamese Cinema'. South East Asia Research, (14) 2, pp 231-259.

Healy, Dana (2006) 'Of victims and cowards: recasting the peasants in Nguyễn Minh Châu’s story Phiên chợ Giát'. Annalen der Hamburger Vietnamistik, (2&3), pp 53-77.

Healy, Dana (2000) ''Homosapiens A' and 'homosapiens Z': love, resignation, and cultural disorientation in Phạm Thị Hoài’s novel Thiên sư'. South East Asia Research, (8) 2, pp 185-203.

Book Chapters

Healy, Dana (2006) 'Poetry, Politics and War: Representations of American War in Vietnamese Poetry'. In: Hammond, Andrew, (ed.), Cold War Literature. London: Curzon, pp 114-130.

Healy, Dana (2001) 'Tự lực văn đoàn’ (The Self-Reliant Literary Group)'. In: Jones, Derek, (ed.), Encyclopaedia on Censorship. London: Fitzroy Dearbon, pp 2464-2465.

Healy, Dana (2001) 'Duơng Thu Hương'. In: Jones, Derek, (ed.), Encyclopaedia on Censorship. London: Fitzroy Dearbon, pp 702.

Healy, Dana (2000) 'Literature in Transition: an overview of Vietnamese Writing of the Renovation Period'. In: D, ed, (ed.), The Canon in Southeast Asian Literatures. London: Curzon Press, pp 41-50.

Healy, Dana (1996) 'Studies on Vietnamese Language and Literature'. In: Kratz, E Ulrich, (ed.), South East Asian Languages: a bibliographical guide to Burmese Cambodian Indonesian Javanese Malay Minangkabau Thai and Vietnamese. J, I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd, pp 359-400.

 

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