Quynh Vo is PhD fellow in literary studies at the Department of English, University of Hawaii, where she teaches Asian American Literature and composition. Vo is a bilingual writer, and an awardee of VIED, EWC, and UH fellowships. Her research interests focus primarily on politics of Asian-American literature, critical refugee studies, globalization, and cosmopolitanism. Her current project embraces neoliberalism in Vietnamese-American literature and culture; Asian-American literature and literary criticism; and transnationalism in Anglophone literature. She was born in Vietnam.
“Home Is Rooted in a Sense of Plurality”: An Interview with Andrew Lam
Quynh Vo interviews Vietnamese-American author Andrew Lam....