Fotograaf: UvA

dhr. dr. J.G.G.M. (John) Kleinen


  • Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
    WP Groep: Docenten Antropologie
  • Bezoekadres
    REC BC
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Amsterdam
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  15509
    1001 NA  Amsterdam
  • J.G.G.M.Kleinen@uva.nl

Short Bio

John Kleinen is an anthropologist and historian with a PhD from the University of Amsterdam (UvA). He is a retired associate professor at the UvA since April 2013. Kleinen taught anthropology and history of Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, and visual anthropology for BA and MA students.

He is still affiliated to the Department of Anthropology, the Amsterdam International School for Social Science Research (AISSR) and the Maritime Research Centre Amsterdam (MARE).

His current research interests include the history of Vietnam, the institutional dynamics of French colonial expansion, and theory and practice of visual anthropology.

He has received several research grants from The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and  the Science Organisation for Global Development (WOTRO), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW) and the University of Amsterdam. Special research projects have been carried out for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Welfare and Culture,  the Dutch Embassy in Hanoi and a number of NGO's in the Netherlands and in Vietnam.

He is the (co-)author or (co-)editor of a dozen of  books, and published extensively in international journals such as Itinerario, Internationale Spectator, the IIAS Newsletter, the Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, the Journal of Asian Earth Sciences and TranS, Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, Cambridge.

Internationally, between 1994 and 1998 Kleinen was a visiting professor at the Universite Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve in Belgium. He served as a dean of the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) sponsored training course for social scientists at the Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences (VASS)(2001-2003). Kleinen was also member of the Administrative Board of the Ecole Française d'Extrême Orient (EFEO) (2004- 2007), the Steering Committee of the European Consortium for Asian Field Study (ECAF), on behalf of the University of Amsterdam (2007 - 2012) and member of the Scientific Council of French research institutions in Asia managed by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2004-2009).

In 2011 John Kleinen joined the EU-ASIA Centre in Brussels as senior advisor. Since 2004, Kleinen is a member of the supervisory board of SpaarnestadPhoto/NationalArchives.

 

 

 

LINKS

New !

Vietnam: One Party State and the Mimicry of the Civil Society

The topic of civil society became a leading theme in many studies about Vietnam. This time I opted for the effects on village society of the rapid urbanization of the periphery of Hanoi where land grabbing and private economic gains of outsiders are at loggerheads with local experiences and perceptions of state-village relationships. The results are presented in a smaller book entitled Vietnam: One-Party State and the Mimicry of Civil Society. Especially chapter 3 deals with the village that is presented in the documentary The Vanishing Village,  a spin-off product of the research I undertook since the early nineties in Vietnam (see video-link upper-right corner).

The Vanishing Village is a short documentary, shot between 2012 and 2014 around the village of La Tinh that currently lies in the outskirts of greater Hanoi, the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Because of the rapid urbanization it is probably a matter of time before the city will take over the village. Local villagers and embedded researchers tell what happened in the area when the encroachment of the city of Hanoi changed the rural life of many. How did they react? What did they feel? And what do they see as their future?

New book

Around Hoan Kiem Lake and Beyond (Dzao quanh Ho Guom)

The book is the first comprehensive collection of pictures from the Vietnamese photographer Quang Phung (1932) after nearly 60 years working as a freelance photographer in Hanoi. Anthropologist John Kleinen wrote the introduction as an essay on Quang Phung and his work. Together with journalist Dao Mai Trang he edited the book. In 2013, Quang Phung received the prestigious Bui Xuan Phai price for his work, including the book that was produced in his honor.

Around Hoan Kiem Lake and Beyond - photos by Quang Phung; introduction written by John Kleinen. The whole book project is sponsored by the Prince Claus Fund Library, the Netherlands, through East West Foundation (112 pages, 23cm x 28cm, color printed). Hanoi: Cultural - Information Publishing House.

Contribution to New Book

2011

Towards a Maritime History of Vietnam: Seventeenth-century Vietnamese-Dutch confrontations.
In Volkert Gabrowsky (ed.),  Southeast Asian Historiography: Unravelling The Myths. Essays in Honour of Barend Jan Terwiel, Bangkok: River Books, 2011 ( pp. 329).

BOOKS

2010

John Kleinen and Manon Osseweijer (eds.) Pirates, Ports, and Coasts in Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives . Singapore: ISEAS.

2006. J.G.Mulder. Zijstraten van de geschiedenis.De wereld rond 1900 in stereofoto's. Amsterdam: de Verbeelding.

  • 1999

    Facing the Future, Reviving the Past. A study of Social Change in a Northern Vietnamese Village . Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1999.

  • 2007 Doi Dien Tuong Lai Hoi Sinh Qua Khu. Nghien cuu bien doixa hoi o mot lang bac Viet Nam. Tap Chi Xua &Nay NXB DaNang (Vietnamese translation).

2007 2008

  • Leeuw en Draak. Vier Eeuwen Nederlands-Vietnamese betrekkingen. (eds. John Kleinen, Bert van der Zwan, Hans Moors en Ton van Zeeland). Boom Publishers: Amsterdam. 2007

  • Also in English and Vietnamese versions published by Boom Publishers, Amsterdam and The Gioi, Hanoi (2008). 

  • Boekbespreking: Internationale Spectator, 62 (3), maart 2008.                      

2004               

Cambodja . Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute, (in Dutch), Revised reprint of the 1989 edition, ( with Tara Mar, MA).

Bespreking: De antropologen John Kleinen en Tara Mar "schetsen in dit boekje de geschiedenis van Cambodja van ± 1943 tot 2004. Ze besteden aandacht aan verschillende onderwerpen als het leven van alledag, religie, bevolkingsgroepen, taal en literatuur en natuur en milieu; hoofdmoot van het boek vormen de zeer onstuimige politieke en economische ontwikkelingen. Het boek is bedoeld voor iedereen die snel een indruk van Cambodja's contemporaine geschiedeniswenst. Gezien het bestek van dit boek is de hoeveelheid informatie indrukwekkend. Met goede illustraties (in zwart-wit en in kleur) en kaarten, twee pagina'sreisinformatie, literatuuropgave en kerncijfers. Uitklapbare kaartop de achterflap. Geen register.(Biblion recensie, Redactie)."

Contribution to:

2004a  Vietnamese dorpen tussen traditie en moderniteit: een veelkleurig palet.    2004, pp. 247-260 . In:
Miriam Lambrecht & Christian Schicklgruber -  Vietnam. Kunst en culturen van de prehistorie tot op heden. Brussel, 2003. Groot formaat paperback. Met illustraties in kleur en z/w. 272 pag.

2004b  V
illages vietnamiens entre tradition et modernité: une palette multicolorée. I n  M.Lambrecht und Christian Schicklgruber , Vietnam. L'art et cultures de préhistoire jusqu'au présent. Brussels en Antwerpen:Snoeck, 2004, pp. 247-260 .

Contribution to:

2004c  Dörfer in Vietnam zwischen Tradition und Modernisierung .  In M.Lambrecht und Christian Schicklgruber, Faszination Vietnam. Götter, Helden, Ahnen . Leoben und Antwerp , Snoeck, 2004, pp. 251-265.

2001 Vietnamese Society in Transition. The daily politics of reform and change. Amsterdam : Spinhuis / IIAS (editorship and introduction).

1999              

  Liber Amicorum. Mélanges offerts au Professeur Phan Huy Le . Hanoi : NXB Thanh Nien, CASA, IIAS , EFEO (edited together with Philippe Papin) (in English and French).

1993    

Vietnam. Amsterdam :Royal Tropical Institute,Amsterdam , (in Dutch).

Bespreking: " In de landenreeks van het Tropeninstituut (Novib) schreef Kleinen, antropoloog aan de universiteit van Amsterdam, een informatieboekje, mede opbasis van eigen reis/verblijf. Na een inleiding en een hoofdstuk over de geschiedenis volgen hoofdstukken over Vietnam na 1975, de Vietnamese traditionele samenleving, de economie, feesten en rituelen, cultuur, minderheden. Veel aandacht voor cultuur ensamenleving, wat minder sterkineconomische gegevens, maar desondanks zeer informatief en afgewogen in beoordelingen en interpretaties. Als naslagwerkje, naast de Lonely Planet Vietnam Travel Survival Kit (1993), zeer nuttig, geschikt voor een breed publiek, bijv. scholieren (scripties!). Compact, niet journalistiek-gemakkelijk leesbaar, soms telegramstijl, maar toch helder en uiterst bruikbaar als documentatie. Foto's, literatuurverwijzing, kaartjes, feiten en cijfers.(Biblion recensie, Dr. B.J.S. Hoetjes.)"

 

1990               

Cambodja . Amsterdam : Royal Tropical Institute, (in Dutch).

Cambodja´s geografische positie op het vasteland van Zuidoost-Azië is een belangrijke sleutel tot het begrijpen van wat zich in de 20e eeuw onder de Rode Khmer heeft afgespeeld. Het besef dat het land sinds de 14e eeuw als een trekharmonica is bespeeld door zijn buren, en later door de westerse mogendheden, heeft vele van de huidige Cambodjaanse politici parten gespeeld.  Dit boek uit de Landenreeks beschrijft in ± 80 bladzijden de geschiedenis, politiek, samenleving, geografie, cultuur, natuur en milieu en, uiteraard, de mensen zelf. Sfeervolle verhalen over het dagelijks leven in de stad en op het platteland vullen zakelijke informatie aan. De auteur heeft er in de jaren tachtig lange tijd rondgereisd en een diepgaande studie van het Khmer Rouge regime  gemaakt.

Peer reviewed contributions to books (see for the most recent ones, under 'publicaties" above)

2007            Stealing from  the  Gods. Fisheries and Local use of natural resources in Vietnam 1800-2000. In Greg Bankoff and Peter Boomgaard (Eds.), The Wealth of Nature: How Natural Resources Have Shaped Asian History, 1600-2000. Palgrave/Macmillan: London , pp. 245-264.
2004          Framing the Other. Acritical review of Vietnam War movies and their Representation of Asians and Vietnamese. In Ravi Srilati (et al.), (Eds.) Europe in Asia, Asia in Europe, Singapore: ISEAS and IIAS, 2004, pp.  267-299.

Selection of Peer Reviewed Articles (see for the most recent ones, under 'publicaties' above)

  • 2007   Historical perspectives on typhoons and tropical storms in the natural and socio-economic system of  Nam Dinh (Vietnam). In Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 29,523-531.
  • 2005   Tropicality and Topicality: Pierre Gourou and the Genealogy of French Colonial Scholarship on Rural Vietnam. In Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography , 26(3), 339-358.
  • 2004   Framing the Other. A critical review of Vietnam War movies and their Representation of Asians and      Vietnamese."  Leidschrift (19), 2, pp.137-169.
  • 2001  Le mimétisme del'État-parti. Le Viêt Nam depuis la réunification.In Raisons politiques , n° 3, août, pp. 37-54.
  • 1999 Boekbespreking Jan Pluvier, Zuidoost Azie, de Geus 1999 voor Onze Wereld (zie externe verwijzing onder DARE).
  • 1996    Vietnam War through Vietnamese Eyes. Vietnam Forum.
  • 1983    Cambodja: het gevecht om de staat. In Geweld en politiek in Zuidoost-Azië, themanummer van De Gids (146), nr.8/9, pp,605-27
  • 1982    Amsterdam in de wereld van 1632  (redactie Joop Goudsblom, John Kleinen en Abraham de Swaan),  De Gids. (145), .nr.1. Meulenhoff, Amsterdam.
  • 1979   Weer oorlog in Zuidoost-Azië: China-Vietnam Een analyse. Samen met Jean Philippe Béjà. In De Gids. (142), 9/10, pp.628-51.

Boekbespreking Jan Pluvier, Zuidoost-Azie. De Geus, 1999.

Théâtre et Empire. Le théâtre français en Indochine pendant la Belle Époque (1890-1914) par John Kleinen

(Theatre and Empire. The French Theatre in Indochina during the Belle Epoque (1890-1914), by John Kleinen)

In: http://www.sht.asso.fr/revue_histoire_theatre/numero/2014/264

Theatre was mainly a European affair serving the European colonial groups who lived in Haiphong and Hanoi around the turn of the century. The influence of theBelle Epoque (1890-1914) in Indochina is marked by light entertainment brought to the colony by ambulant theater groups coming from France. Meager facilities, low budgets and an ambivalent audience were responsible for an erratic policy of cultural politics in this regard. Newspapers and archival documents are used to substantiate the argument. 

pp.435-443 

II. CONTESTATION DU SYSTÈME COLONIAL AU THÉÂTRE : LES PIÈCES CENSURÉES Le cas desSauterelles d'Emile Fabre (pp. 467-468)

 

LES ARCHIVES DU THÉÂTRE AU VIETNAM | EXPOSITION SHAKESPEARE EN COULEUR

Dossier numérique 2014-4 : archives Indochine et expositions

Le dossier numérique 2014-4 vous permet de découvrir une présentation d'archives du théâtre français en Indochine, l'exposition en ligne consacrée aux archives Claude Bourrin, ainsi que le compte rendu richement illustré de l'exposition Shakespeare, l'étoffe du monde.

2015

2014

2013

2012

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2012). Anthropology on the Warpath Revisited: The role of anthropology and anthropologists in the wars of Vietnam and Afghanistan/Iraq. In international symposium "Georges Condominas et l’enquête ethnographique. De l’espace du terrain à la contextualisation des données.". Marseille: Not yet published.

2011

  • J. Kleinen (2011). Towards a maritime history of Vietnam: seventeenth-century Vietnamese-Dutch confrontations. In V. Gabrowsky (Ed.), Southeast Asian historiography: unravelling the myths: essays in honour of Barend Jan Terwiel (pp. 276-293). Bangkok: River Books.
  • J. Kleinen (2011). The tragedy of the margins: land rights and marginal lands in Vietnam (c. 1800-1945). Journal of the economic and social history of the Orient, 54 (4), 455-477. doi: 10.1163/156852011X611328

2010

  • J. Kleinen & M. Osseweijer (2010). Pirates, ports, and coasts in Asia. In J. Kleinen & M. Osseweijer (Eds.), Pirates, ports, and coasts in Asia: historical and contemporary perspectives (IIAS/ISEAS series on maritime issues and piracy in Asia) (pp. 3-14). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) (in cooperation with IIAS etc.).
  • J. Kleinen (2010). Maritime piracy through a barbarian lens: punishment and representation (the S.S. Namoa hijack case [1890- 91]). In J. Kleinen & M. Osseweijer (Eds.), Pirates, ports, and coasts in Asia: historical and contemporary perspectives (IIAS/ISEAS series on maritime issues and piracy in Asia) (pp. 99-127). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) (in cooperation with IIAS etc.).

2008

  • J. Kleinen (2008). Về những người bạn cũ và những kẻ thù giả mạo: Quan hệ của Hà Lan với Đàng Trong thế kỷ XVII. In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.), Sư tử và rồng: Bốn thế kỷ quan hệ Hà Lan - Việt Nam (pp. 17-36). Hà Nội: Thế Giới.
  • J. Kleinen (2008). The Dutch diplomatic post in Saigon: Dutch-Vietnamese relations (1945-1975). In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.), Lion and dragon: Four centuries of Dutch-Vietnamese relations (pp. 127-156). Amsterdam: Boom.
  • J. Kleinen (2008). About former friends and feigned foes: Dutch relations with ‘Quinam’ in the 17th century. In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.), Lion and dragon: Four centuries of Dutch-Vietnamese relations (pp. 17-36). Amsterdam: Boom.
  • J. Kleinen (2008). Nhiệm sở ở Sài Gòn: Quan hệ Hà Lan - Việt Nam, 1945-1975. In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.), Sư tử và rồng: Bốn thế kỷ quan hệ Hà Lan - Việt Nam (pp. 133-161). Hà Nội: Thế Giới.
  • J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.). (2008). Lion and dragon: four centuries of Dutch-Vietnamese relations. Amsterdam: Boom.

2007

2006

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006). Access to Natural Resources for Some: a Tale of Aquaculture in Nam Dinh. In L. Lebel, X. Jianchu & A. Contreras (Eds.), Institutional dynamics and stasis: how crises alter the way common pool resources are perceived, used and governed. Chiang Mai, Thailand: Regional Center for Social Science and Sustainable Development.

2005

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Pagodegeld en andere vormen van corruptie in Vietnam. In F. Hüsken & H. de Jonge (Eds.), Schemerzones & Schaduwzijden. Opstellen over ambiguïteit in samenlevingen (pp. 162-168). Nijmegen: Roelants.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Tropicality and Topicality: Pierre Gourou and the genealogy of French colonial scholarship on rural Vietnam. Journal of Tropical Geography, 339-358.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Access to Natural Resources for Some: a Tale of Aquaculture in Nam Dinh, Vietnam. In L. Lebel, X. Jianchu & A. Contreras (Eds.), Institutional Dynamics and Stasis: How crises alter the way common pool resources are perceived, used and governed (Monograph Series) (pp. 256-279). Chiang Mai University, (RCSD).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2005) IIAS Newsletter, 36.

2004

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Doi Dien Tuong Lai, Hoi Sinh Qua Khu: Mot Nghien Cuu ve Bien Doi Xa Hoi O Mot Lang Bac Viet Nam [Facing the Future, Reviving the Past: A Study of Social Change in Northern Vietnam]. Hanoi: Nha Xuat Ban Van Hoa.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Access to Natural Sources for Whom? Agriculture in Nam Dinh, Vietnam. MAST, Maritime Studies, 2 (2).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). De fantoompijn van de oorlog. Verwerking en herdenking van het verleden in Vietnam. [Memory and remembrance of the American War in Vietnam]. Spiegel Historiael : Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis en Archeologie, 2004 (10).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Access to Natural Resources for Some: a Tale of Aquaculture in Nam Dinh, Vietnam. In L. Lebel (Ed.), Politics of the Commons. Chiang Mai: Chiang Mai University Press.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Framing the Other. A critical review of Vietnam War movies and their representation of Asians and Vietnamese. In R. Srilati, M. Rutten & L.G. Beng (Eds.), Europe in Asia, Asia in Europe. Singapore: ISEAS, IIAS.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Framing "the Other". A critical review of Vietnam War movies and their representation of Asians and Vietnamese. In M. Rutten & R. Srilati (Eds.), Europe in Asia, Asia in Europe. Singapore and Leiden: ISEAS and IIAS.

2003

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003). Framing "the Other". A critical review of Vietnam War movies and their representation of Asians and Vietnamese. Asia Europe Journal, 433-451.

2002

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2002). Van oude en nieuwe tijgers: de Aziatische economische crisis en het Vietnamesen tijgerjong. In J.J.F. Heins & G.G.D. Thijs (Eds.), The Winner Takes it all? Verdelingsvraagstukken in de wereld (pp. 111-123).

2001

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2001). Introduction in Vietnamese Society in Transition. The daily politics of reform and change. Amsterdam: Spinhuis.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2001). Vietnamese Society in Transition. The daily politics of reform and change. Amsterdam: Spinhuis / IIAS.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). La comédie de l'Etat-partie. Le Viêt Nam depuis la réunification. In Raisons Politiques. Etudes de Pensée Politique.

2000

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2000). Vietnamese Society in Transition. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis / IIAS.

1999

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1999). Facing the future, reviving the past. A study of social change in a Northern Vietnamese village. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1999). Is there a "Village Vietnam" ? Vietnamese Village Studies Reviewed. In B. Dahm, V.J.H. Houben & M. Grossheim (Eds.), Vietnamese Villages in Transition. Background and Consequences of Reform Policies in Rural Vietnam. Passau.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1999). Village-State Relations in 19th Century Vietnam. The Case of Lang To, A Small Village in the Red River Delta. In . Nguyen The Anh & A. Forest (Eds.), Guerre et paix en Asie du Sud-Est (pp. 175-211). Paris: l'Harmattan.

1998

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & C.X. Tu (1998). The Vietnam War through Vietnamese Eyes. A review of literary fiction and cinema. In Huynh Sanh Tong (Ed.), The Vietnam Review (pp. 381-398).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). De kaping van de Namoa. Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift, 149-151.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). L'Odyssee d'un livre ou nauffrage d'une theorie? In G. Condominas (Ed.), Extremes de Dependance. Contributions a l'etude de l'esclavage en Asie du Sud-Est (pp. 25-31). Paris: Eds de l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). Village-State Relations in 19th Century Vietnam. The Case of Lang To, A Small Village in the Red River Delta. In Alain Forest & Nguyen The Anh (Eds.), Guerre et paix en Asie du Sud-Est (pp. 175-211). Paris: L'Harmattan.

1997

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1997). The Village as Pretext. Ethographic Praxis and the Colonial State in Vietnam. In A. Saith, P. Kloos & J. Breman (Eds.), The Village in Asia Revisited (pp. 353-395). Dehli: University of Oxford Press.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1997). The Vietnam War Through Vietnamese Eyes. A review of literary fiction and cinema. Vietnam Revue, 381-398.

1996

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). Ethnographic praxis and the colonial state in Vietnam. In J.M. Mancini & P. le Failler (Eds.), Vietnam, Sources et Approches (pp. 15-48). Aix-en-Provence: Universite de Provence.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). Health and Health Care in Transition. The Example of Vietnam [Review of the book -]. .
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). The Village as Pretext. Ethnographic Praxis and the Colonial State in Vietnam. In P. Kloos, A. Saith & J. Breman (Eds.), The Village in Asia Revisited (pp. 341-381). New Dehli: Oxford University Press.

1995

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1995). Responses to economic change in a north Vietnamese Village. In Lang Xa o Chau A va o Viet Nam (pp. 217-243). Ho Chi Minh City: Nha Xuat Ban Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh.

2014

  • N. van Eijk, B. Roessler, F. Zuiderveen Borgesius, M. Oostveen, . et al., R. van Son, F. Verkade, M. Vliek, C. Alberdingk Thijm, K. Apt, B. Böhler, A. den Boon, K. Breemen, V. Breemen, M. de Goede, S. van Gompel, L. Guibault, N. Helberger, A.W. Hins, B. Hugenholtz, J. Kabel, M. Loos, T. Nijhuis, G. van 't Noordende, R. Peters, M. Zieck, T. McGonagle, A. Arnbak, B. Bodó, R. Celikates, M. van Eechoud, W. Kox, J. Bekkenkamp, M. Zoghi, J. van der Ham, J. de Kloet, Y. van Tilborgh, G. Mom, J. Kleinen, Y. Donders, G. Wiegers, J. Früchtl, F. Huysmans, I. van Domselaar, S. van der Ven, A. Schneider, J. Lazardzig, R. Ligtvoet, B. Vercnocke, J. McBrien, C. Weniger, A. Tsoutsanis, P. Bloem, S. Koulouzis & L. Taylor (2014). Academics Against Mass Surveillance. (overig). [go to publisher's site]

2008

  • J. Kleinen (2008). Một chặng đường lịch sử [Een episode in de geschiedenis / a stage of history]. Xưa Nay, 26-31.
  • J. Kleinen (2008). The tragedy of the margins: Land rights and marginality in (pre) colonial Vietnam (c.1800-1945). In Q.N. Nguyễn & Q.H. Trương (Eds.), 20 năm Việt Nam học theo định hướng liên ngành (pp. 471-499). Hà Nội: Thế Giới.
  • J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.). (2008). Sư tử và rồng: Bốn thế kỷ quan hệ Hà Lan - Việt Nam. Hà Nội: Thế Giới.
  • J. Kleinen (2008). Les chemins de traverse de l'Histoire: Des vues stéréoscopiques du Viêt Nam colonial prises par un Hollandais. Carnets du Viêt Nam, 18-22.

2007

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2007). Stealing from the Gods. Fisheries and local use of natural resources in Vietnam 1800-2000. In G. Bankoff & P. Boomgaard (Eds.), A history of natural resources in Asia: the wealth of nature (pp. 245-264). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & T. van Zeeland (Eds.). (2007). Leeuw en draak: vier eeuwen Nederland en Vietnam. Amsterdam: Boom.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2007). Standplaats Saigon. Nederlands-Vietnamese betrekkingen 1945-1975. In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & van Zeeland (Eds.), Leeuw en draak: vier eeuwen Nederland en Vietnam (pp. 129-159). Amsterdam: Boom.
  • J. Kleinen (2007). Side Streets of History: A Dutchman's stereoscopic views of colonial Vietnam. IIAS Newsletter, 44, 12-13.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2007). Over "gewezen vrunden en geveinsde vijanden". De Nederlandse betrekkingen met Quinam in de 17e eeuw. In J. Kleinen, B. van der Zwan, H. Moors & van Zeeland (Eds.), Leeuw en draak: vier eeuwen Nederland en Vietnam (pp. 17-37). Amsterdam: Boom.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2007). Het Meerjarige Multidisciplinaire Onderzoeksprogramma - 'Vietnam - Netherlands Research Programme' 1992 - 2004. In R. Brouwers & F. van der Kraaij (Eds.), Evaluatie van de vernieuwing van het Nederlandse onderzoeksbeleid 1992-2005: ervaringen in zes landen: Bolivia, Ghana, Mali, Tanzania, Vietnam en Zuid-Afrika (IOB Evaluaties, 304) (pp. 242-273). Den Haag: Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken en Ontwikkelingssamenwerking.

2006

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2006). J.G. Mulder. Zijstraten van de geschiedenis : de wereld rond 1900 in stereofoto's. Amsterdam: De Verbeelding.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006). Tropenjaren. Jan George Mulder in Indochina, 1904-1908. In J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.), J.G. Mulder. Zijstraten van de geschiedenis : de wereld rond 1900 in stereofoto's (pp. 34-47). Amsterdam: De Verbeelding.

2005

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Tropicality and topicality: Pierre Gourou and the genealogy of French colonial scholarship on rural Vietnam. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 26 (3), 339-358. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9493.2005.00228.x
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & M. Osseweijer (2005). Piracy and robbery in the Asian seas. IIAS Newsletter, 36, 6.
  • J.M. Bavinck, R.J. van Ginkel, D.S. Johnson, J.G.G.M. Kleinen, M.L. Kraan, I. Monnereau & L. Visser (2005). New directions in coastal and maritime studies. Co-organisers MARE conference People and the Sea III: Amsterdam (2005, July 7 - 2005, July 9).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & M. Osseweier (2005). Maritime piracy, past and present: politics, trade, popular culture and a face-to-face encounter. IIAS Newsletter, 2005 (36), 6-12.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & M. Osseweier (2005). Piracy and robbery in the Asian seas, Introduction. IIAS Newsletter, 2005 (36).

2004

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Dörfer in Vietnam zwischen Tradition und Modernisierung. In M. Lambrecht & Chr. Schicklgruber (Eds.), Faszination Vietnam. Götter, Helden, Ahnen. Leoben und Antwerp: Snoeck.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). De schoenendoos. In R. Rutten & L. Schenk-Sandbergen (Eds.), Andere verhalen over Azië en onderzoek. Amsterdam: Het Spinhuis.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Vietnamese dorpen tussen traditie en moderniteit: een veelkleurig palet. In M. Lambrecht & Chr. Schickelgruber (Eds.), Vietnam. Kunst en culturen van de prehistorie tot op heden. Brussel: Snoeck.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Framing the Other. A critical review of Vietnam War movies and their representation of Asians and Vietnamese. Leidschrift, 19 (2), 1-30.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Villages vietnamiens entre tradition et modernité: une palette multicoloré. In M. Lambrecht & Chr. Schicklgruber (Eds.), Vietnam. L'art et cultures de préhistoire jusqu'au présent. Brussel, Antwerpen: Snoeck.

2000

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2000). "Is there a village Vietnam? Vietnamese Village Studies Reviewed.". In B. Dahm & V.J. Houben (Eds.), Vietnamese Villages in Transition, Background and Consequences of Reform Policies in Rural Vietnam (pp. 1-43). Passau: Passau University.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen, M. Duong & T.N. Quynh Tran (Eds.). (2000). Lang X o CHau A va o Viet Nam [The village in Asia and in Vietnam]. Ho Chi Minh: Nha Xuat Ban Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh.

1999

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1999). Hair buns and Taxes: the anti-taxation revolt in Central Vietnam (1908). In Ph. Papin & J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Eds.), Liber Amicorum. Mélanges offerts au Professeur Phan Huy Le. (pp. 119-157). Hanoi: NXB Thanh Nien.

1998

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). CD ROM on Colonial Vietnam [Review of the book CD-ROM of complete reprint of the 'Bulletin des Amis du Vieux Hue 1914-1944']. IIAS Newsletter.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & Ph. Papin (Eds.). (1998). Liber amicorum : mélanges offerts au Professeur Phan Huy Lê. Amsterdam, Leiden, Parijs: C.A.S.A., I.I.A.S., E.F.E.O..
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). Romeo en Julia in Vietnam. In Mua Dat Thap Tuyen Tap Nhung Cay But tai Hoa Lan [Jaargetijden der Lage Landen] (pp. 60-85). Maarsen: Cai Dinh.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). Work among the tall poppies: IIAS visiting exchange scholar at the ANU. IIAS Newsletter, 5 (16).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). De kaping van de Namoa [The Namoa Piracy]. In K. Bruin (Ed.), Mensen kijken : fotografische beschouwingen : 25 jaar Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift (AST-thema) (pp. 99-102).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). Romeo en Julia in Vietnam. In Mua dat thap Tuyen tap nhung cay but ai Hoa Lan (Jaargetijden der Lage Landen) (pp. 62-85).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & C.X. Tu (1998). The Vietnam War through Vietnamese Eyes. A review of literary fiction and cinema. In Mua dat thap Tuyen tap nhung cay but ai Hoa Lan (Jaargetijden der Lage Landen) (pp. 13-33).

1995

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1995). Vietnamese geschiedenis; herlevend ritueel: Vietnam op het kruispunt van Aziatische culturen. In C. van Tilborgh (Ed.), Vietnam (pp. 69-95). Antwerpen: Roularta Books.

1993

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1993). Vietnam (Landenreeks). Amsterdam: Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen / Royal Tropical Institute.

1991

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1991). "Do not pay taxes!" : the anti-tax revolt in Central Vietnam, 1908. In L. Bauzon (Ed.), A comparative study of peasant unrest in Southeast Asia (pp. 74-95). Singapore: SEASP / ISEAS.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & T.V. Binh (1991). The Dutch in Hoi An : a preliminary analysis and inventory of Dutch 17th century sources on Vietnam. In The ancient town of Hoi An (pp. 74-84). Hanoi / Da Nang: Scientific Publishing House.

1990

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1990). The International Symposium on the Ancient Town of Hoi An. A Report. Itinerario, 14.

2012

  • J. Kleinen (2012). [Review of the book Quagmire: Nation-Building and Nature in the Mekong Delta]. H-Environment Roundtable Reviews, 2(5), 13-20.[go to publisher's site]

2011

2009

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2009). New Trends in the Anthropology of Southeast Asia: an Overview. (extern rapport, Proceedings of the 2009 Sogang International Conference on Southeast Asian Studies). Seoul: Sogang University.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2009). The Mimicry of the One-Party State: Vietnam revisited and Tanzania compared. (extern rapport, Paper). Tracking Development Project: Tracking Development Project.

2008

  • J. Kleinen (2008). [Review of the book Zwischen den Fronten: Deutsche und österreichische Überläufer zum Viet Minh]. Asien.

2006

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006). Bookreview. [Review of the book Searching for Vietnam: Selected Writings on Vietnamese Culture and Society]. Pacific Affairs, 79(3), 556-557.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006). Bookreview. [Review of the book The Power of Everyday Politics. How Vietnamese peasants transformed national policy]. Asian Studies Review, 30(4), 437-438.

2004

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Access to Natural Resources for Whom? Aquaculture in Nam Dinh, Vietnam. MAST, Maritime Studies, 2 (2).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Evaluation of Dutch policy on research and development cooperation 1992-2002, Country Study Vietnam. (extern rapport). Den Haag: IOB.

2003

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003). Ta Thi Thu and Nguyen Thanh Binh, Provincial Reports of Start-up Verification Mission to Appraise Provincial Priority Projects in Central Vietnam. (extern rapport). Hanoi: NDM-Partnership Secretariat.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003). [Review of the book The Ca Mau Shipwreck, 1723-1735]. IIAS Newsletter.

2002

2001

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). [Review of the book Verschuivende beelden van de Dien Bien Phoe-crisis van 1954]. Internationale Spectator.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). Stealing from the Gods. Local use of natural resources and environmental change in a coastal Vietnamese province. (extern rapport). Den Haag: ZWO-WOTRO.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). Lemmata Bao Dai, Gia Long, Minh Mang, Tu Duc. In S.W. Sunquist (Ed.), A Dictionary of Asian Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans Publishing Company.

2000

  • J. Kleinen (2000). [Review of the book Zuidoost-Azië: een eeuw van onvervulde verwachtingen: van Bonifacio tot Habibie]. Onze Wereld, 43(2), 63-64.

1998

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1998). Work among the tall poppies: IIAS Visiting Exchange Scholar at the ANU. IIAS Newsletter.

1997

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1997). The Third Euroviet Conference Report. IIAS Newsletter, 14, 26-26.

1996

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). Lemma 'Laos'. Grote Winkler Prins Jaarboek, 185-186.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). Lemma 'Cambodja'. Grote Winkler Prins Jaarboek, 122-123.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1996). Lemma 'Vietnam'. Grote Winkler Prins Jaarboek, 277-278.

2009

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (period: 2005 till 2009). Member International Editorial Board - Maritime Risks and Piracy Studies", ISEAS-IIAS.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (period: 2004 till 2009). Member Editorial Board of Maritime Studies Journal MAST - Member Editorial Board of Maritime Studies Journal MAST.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2009, September 30). Fotograaf schiet fotograaf. unknown, Kennislink Ministerie van O&W.

2008

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, June 5). Fisheries and local use of natural resources in Vietnam. Tokyo, University of Marine Science and Technology.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, May 5). Muziek en dans in Cambodja. Amsterdam, voorstellingen Khmer arts ensemble, Pamina devi, Die Zauberflöte.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, June 18). Fisheries and Marginality in Vietnam. Tokyo, Lecture at the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, November 19). Maritime Piracy. An Old Problem in New Clothing? Amsterdam, Lecture at the IIS course People and the Sea.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, June 7). Le Viêt Nam ou le mimétisme d'un État à parti unique : le développement en question et ses orientations. Tokyo, Communisme et autorité politique en Asie : Viêt Nam - Chine - Corée du Nord at Maison franco-japonaise [MJF],.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2008, May 27). Framing the Other. Vietnamese and other Asian in Western Cinema. Tokyo, Lecture at Waseda University.

2007

  • V.A. de Rooij, C. Bröer & J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2007). The Qualitative Analysis of Video (by David Woods). workshop 'The Qualitative Analysis of Video (by David Woods)': Amsterdam (2007, January 15 - 2007, January 16).

2006

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2006) MAST, Maritime Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, June 6). Sea piracy: a contemporary view from Asia. Amsterdam, Voordracht in het kader van cursus People and the Sea voor het Instituut voor Interdisciplinaire Studies (IIS).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, November 24). Aspects of A Maritime History of Vietnam. Hamburg, Germany, Paper presented at the Farewell Symposium of Prof. Dr. Baas Terwiel at the University of Hamburg.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, March 21). Co-management of conflict in de visserij. Amsterdam, College in het kader van de cursus Wereldproblemen: Catastrofe of duurzame oplossingen? Instituut voor Interdisciplinaire Studies (IIS).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, June 1). Shared History/Decolonising the image. Amsterdam, Internationale conferentie, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, May 4). The Future of Coastal Tourism in Nam Dinh. Nam Dinh, Keynote speech at the Regional Convention of NGO's working in Nam Dinh.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, November 8). Framing Decolonization. A Review of French and Vietnamese cinema of the 1st Indochina War. Amsterdam, Lezing in het kader van het Studium Generale Decolonizing the Image, Rietveld Academie.

2005

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2005) MAST, Maritime Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Ports, Pirates and Hinterlands in East and Southeast Asia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Maritime Centre Amsterdam (MARE) and Centre for Social Sciences (CASS).: Shanghai (2005, November 9 - 2005, November 11).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005). Organizer Panel 3 Piracy and ports and Panel 5 on Maritime Risks and Vulnerability. Mare Team, People and the Sea III: New Directions in Coastal and Maritime Studies: Amsterdam (2005, July 7 - 2005, July 9).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005, November 9). Maritime Piracy through a Barbarian Lens: the Namoa Hijack Case (1890-1891). Shanghai, Paper for the IIAS/CASS Workshop on ‘Ports, Pirates and Hinterlands in East andSoutheast Asia: Historical and Comparative Perspectives’.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005, February 16). The tragedy of the margins. Land rights and marginality in (pre)-colonial Vietnam (1800-1954). Florence, Paper presented at the European Society for Environmental History "History and sustainability".
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005, July 7). Piracy through a barbarian lens: the Namoa piracy case (1890-1891). unknown, Paper for the IIIrd MARE conference "People and the Sea": New Directions in Coastal and Maritime Studies; panel in honor of Jojada Verrips.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005, June 9). Sea piracy, a contemporary view from Asia. unknown, Lecture for the MARE People and the Sea Lecture Series Spring 2005.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2006, June 16). Maritime Piracy in Southeast Asia: issues and problems. Berlin, Lecture at Alexander Von Humboldt University Berlin, Seminar für Südostasien-Studien at the Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2005, October 14). Vulnerability for Hazards and Disasters. Amsterdam, Guest Lecture for Medical Anthropology Seminar (AMMA).

2004

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004, May 13). "Stealing from the Gods". Property rights in a coastal zone of northern Vietnam. Wassenaar, Lecture at NIAS.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004). NIAS Environmental History Group 2003-2004. The Wealth of Nature: How Natural Resources Have Shaped Asian History, 1600-2000. Conference at NIAS Environmental History Group 2003-2004: Wassenaar (2004, May 24 - 2004, May 25).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004, May 24). "Stealing from the Gods". Local use of natural resources and environmental change in the Ba Lat, Ha Lan and Ninh Co -estuaries (Nam Dinh, Vietnam). Wassenaar, Paper presented at the Workshop 'The Wealth of Nature: How Natural Resources Have Shaped Asian History, 1600-2000.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2004) MAST, Maritime Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004, November 8). De Vietnam-oorlog door Vietnamese ogen. Sittard, Lezing voor Fontys College. Nascholing geschiedenisleraren Regio Zuid.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2004, September 25). De Vietnam-oorlog vanuit Vietnamees perspectief. Leiden, Lezing voor Instituut voor Geschiedenis, Dekolonisatie en Koude Oorlog in Vietnam.

2003

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, April 16). Social Sciences and its contribution to development issues of Vietnam. Hanoi, Lecture at the German Technical Centre (GTZ), Bach Hoa University.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, November 29). Vietnam en de zee. Brussel, Lecture at Koninklijke Museum voor Kunst en Geschiedenis.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & G. Persoon (2003, November 10). Socio-economic aspects of domestication of non-timber forest products: some considerations for Agarwood? Ho Chi Minh City and Chau Doc, Paper for the First International Agarwood Conference in Ho Chi Minh City and Chau Doc.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, September 12). Tropicality and Topicality: Pierre Gourou¿s tropical world. Reflections On Pierre Gourou¿s Work in colonial Vietnam. Saint Andrews University, Paper presented at the Tropicality Conference at Saint Andrews University, Scotland.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, March 22). "Migrants, Tourists and Fisher folk of Coastal Nam Dinh". American Museum of Natural History, New York City, Paper for the conference 'Vietnam in the 21st Century: Journeys on the Ground and in the Imagination'.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003). "17th and 18th Century Dutch Relations with Vietnam". Historians, International Institute for Asian Studies and Royal Netherlands Embassy: Hanoi (2003, March 12).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (Ed.). (2003) MAST, Maritime Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (period: 2002 till 2003). Social Science Research Council Professor at the Vietnamese National Center for Social Sciences and Humanities - Vietnamese National Center.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, September 4). 'Access to natural resources for whom?'. Amsterdam, Paper for the People and the Sea II, Center for Maritime Research (MARE).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2003, November 6). Reading Photographs. Amsterdam, Lecture on the occasion of book launching of Jan Breman and Partiv Shah, Working in the Mill no More.

2002

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (period: 2002 till 2002). Visiting professor - Social Science Research Council (New York).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2002, May 23). Situation actuelle et enjeux d¿avenir des sciences sociales au Vietnam: expression des besoins en matière de formation des chercheurs. Hanoi, Séminaire « Appui au développemenrt de la recherche en sciences sociales au Vietnam ».
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (period: 2002 till 2002). Visiting professor - National Centre for Social Sciences and Humanities.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2002, November 4). What is visual anthropology? Hanoi, Lecture for staff and students of Museum of Ethnography, Hanoi.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2002, December 12). The daily politics of corruption in Vietnam. A case study of educational practices. Amsterdam, Paper for the ASSR Conference on Corruption.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen & R. Raben (2002). Indonesia and Vietnam Decolonizations, Loyalties, and Nations.

2001

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). "People and the Sea". Inaugural conference: Amsterdam.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (). Vietnam op weg: ongewone reisbeschrijvingen van een antropoloog. Brussel, lecture.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). Decolonisations, loyalties and nations Perspectives on the wars of independence in Vietnam - Indonesia - France - Netherlands. Maison Descartes: Amsterdam (2001, November 28 - 2001, December 1).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (). Religious Revival in Vietnam. University of Wisconsin at Madison, Lecture at the Centre for Asian Studies.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). Asia in Europe, Europe in Asia. Congres Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore Institute of Asian Research (NUS) International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS, Leiden: Singapore (2001, December 7 - 2001, December 8).
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (). "Fishing on the Edge. The case of coastal Nam Dinh (Vietnam)". unknown, Conference People and the Sea.
  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (2001). "Framing the Other: the representation of Vietnamese and other Asians in Western Vietnam-movies.

1997

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (1997). Euroviet-III conferentie, IIAS-CASA. Organisator Euroviet-III conferentie: Amsterdam, 2-5 juli 1997.

1996

  • J.G.G.M. Kleinen (). A Tiger on a Bicycle? The Challenge of Reform in Vietnam. Frankfurt a. M., 3 december 1996, Lezing voor het Sud-Ost Asien Forum Frankfurt.

2006

2005

  • T.V.H. Le (1988, July 02). Effects of Economic Reforms on Protection of the Mangroves in Giao Thuy and Nghia Hung districts, Nam Dinh province. UvA-FMG (250 pag.). Supervisor(s): dr. J.G.G.M. Kleinen & prof. B.N.F. White.

2004

  • Le Thi Van Hue (2004, July 05). Coastal Resource Use and Management in a Village of Northern Vietnam. ISS (260 pag.). Supervisor(s): dr. J.G.G.M. Kleinen & prof. B.N.F. White.

2000

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