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Professor Greg Claeys at University of Hanoi

Posted on 09/01/2009
During the month of December 2008, Professor Greg Claeys taught a short course to 110 students on "Modern European Political Thought" at the Faculty of International Studies, University of Hanoi, Vietnam, concentrating on Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Alexis de Tocqueville, and John Stuart Mill. He also lectured at the Vietnam Academy of the Social Sciences, Hanoi, on the world financial crisis and changing conceptions of state intervention, and was interviewed on Channel VTV6 of Vietnam television. During his visit he was able to visit the site of the 1954 French defeat at Dien Bien Phu, and in early 2009 will give an illustrated lecture at Royal Holloway on aspects of the Vietnamese national liberation struggle against France and the US from 1858 to 1975.


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