Tran Phuong Hoa
TRAN Thi Phuong Hoa is Vice-Director of the Institute of History, Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences (VASS). She received her PhD in History from the Viet Nam Institute of History in 2011. Professor Tran's research focuses on the history of Vietnamese-European cultural interactions, in particular the transformation from a Confucian-based to a Western-influenced education, society and mentality during the colonial period. She is also interested in these changes in contemporary Europe and their possible influence on Vietnam. Professor Tran is currently carrying out a research project on "Social capital for development in Europe and implications for the study of social capital in Vietnam".
2014 Tran Thi Phuong Hoa “Vốn xã hội trong mối quan hệ với tham gia chính trị- Thực tiễn châu Âu” [Social Capital in relations with political participation- European perspectives]-Vietnam Journal of Sociology, No2 (126),2014, 82-92;
2013 “From Liberally-Organized to Centralized Schools: Education in Tonkin, 1885–1927”, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, University of California Press, Vol 8, No 3, 2013;
2013 Trần Thị Phương Hoa, “Luật về giáo dục ở Việt Nam thời Pháp thuộc”, Nghiên cứu Lịch sử, Số 12 (452)/2013, 25-33 [“Educational legislation in Vietnam in colonial period”, Journal of Historical Studies,No 12 (452)/2013, 25-33]
2013 Trần Thị Phương Hoa, Giáo dục Pháp-bản xứ ở Việt Nam, Lào, Campuchia trước năm 1945, Nghiên cứu Đông Nam Á, Số 5/2013, tr.13-24 (Franco-Indigenous education in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia before 1945, Southeast Asian Studies)