Mariam Lam

Mariam Lam is the director of Southeast Asian Studies and professor of Comparative Literature at University of California, Riverside.  She is the author of articles on Southeast Asian literature, cuture, and film and an editor of of Vietnamese Americans: Lessons in American History and Not Coming to Terms: Viet Nam, Post-Trauma and Cultural Politics.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Monique Truong

Monique Truong interviewed by Marian Lam     https://soundcloud.com/lareviewofbooks/truong-lam...


The Education of a Vietnamese American Writer
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