Vietnam studies designed for educators and researchers in the field of social studies. An underpinning for Southeast Asian cultural values, history and spirituality. This Series is a Co-Publication of Vietnam Hoc at Globethics.

Recent Submissions

  • Vietnam integration : education, cultures and ethics : voices of teachers

    Andres, Anh Tho; Stückelberger, Christoph (Globethics PublicationsVietnam Hoc Institute, 2023)
    The Vietnam Ethics Series offers insights in the rich values and ethics of Vietnamese culture. This volume on Vietnam Integration reflects on change management strategies in curriculum design and development for teachers' training. Readers of Vietnamese origin will be empowered to deal with intercultural differences and comparative studies with other cultures. Foreign readers will better understand their Vietnamese colleagues' cultural and ethical dilemmas at their workplace. International educators can use this book as a guidebook in designing their courses on intercultural studies. A compilation of Vietnam studies curricula offered by Vietnam Hoc can be helpful to international educators and students with interest in Asian cultures and values-based education.
  • Vietnam in transition : education, culture and ethics : a reader and curriculum

    Andres, Anh Tho (Globethics.netVietnam Hoc Institute c/o Geneva Agape Foundation, 2022)
    This book reflects on the process of constructing a curriculum for Vietnam studies designed for educators and researchers in the field of social studies. Based on a selection of scholarly works, proceeds of seminars and conferences on education inside and outside Vietnam, the English edition proposes an analysis on factors that affect the learning environment of Vietnam as a young nation in the context of globalisation. The texts presented cover a large spectrum of subjects, starting with the changes in the educational and cultural background of Cochinchina under the French colonial period, visiting the role of higher education in an economy in transition, including the major literary trends in the pre-1975 Southern Vietnam modernisation process, among others. Transcripts of seminars and conferences reflect participants’ visions on the future of Vietnamese education, with the editor’s comments as takeaways at the end of each section.