• Kenneth T. Young Professor of Sino-Vietnamese History
  • hhtai@fas.harvard.edu
  • http://history.fas.harvard.edu/people/hue-tam-ho-tai
  • Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies | CGIS South Building | 1730 Cambridge

Research interests: public memory and public history; the famine of 1945 in northern Vietnam as experience and memory; telling lives: biography and autobiography; Vietnamese intellectual and revolutionary history.

Hue-Tam Ho Tai is Kenneth T. Young Professor of Sino-Vietnamese History at Harvard University. Focusing on the social and cultural history of modern Vietnam, she is the author of Passion, Betrayal, and Revolution in Colonial Saigon: The Memoirs of Bao Luong (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010), Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1992), and Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1983), and is the editor of The Country of Memory: Remaking the Past in Late Socialist Vietnam (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001) and co-editor of State, Society and the Market in Contemporary Vietnam: Property, Power and Values (New York: Routledge, 2012).

谭可泰是哈佛大学中越历史教授,主要研究兴趣为现代越南社会和文化历史,出版书籍包括《Passion, Betrayal, and Revolution in Colonial Saigon: The Memoirs of Bao Luong》(2010),《Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution》(1992)。其它研究兴趣包括公共记忆与公众历史,作为经历与记忆的北越1945年饥荒,讲述生活,传记与自传,越南思想与革命历史。

Passion, Betrayal and Revolution in Colonial Saigon (2010)

"Remembered Realms: Pierre Nora and French National Memory" in The American Historical Review
(2001)

The Country of Memory:Remaking the Past in Late Socialist Vietnam (2001)

"Representing the Past in Vietnamese Museums" in Curator (1998)

"Monumental Ambiguity: the State Commemoration of Ho Chi Minh" in Essays into Vietnamese Pasts (1995)

Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution(1992)

Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam (1983)

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies