The Impact of Globalization and Trans-nationalism on the Hmong: Selected Presentations from the First International Conference on Hmong Studies

Paperback, 131 pages, 6x9, English
by Center for Hmong Studies
Edited by Dr. Gary Yia Lee

This book contains academic papers presented at the First International Conference on Hmong Studies at Concordia University in St. Paul, MN in 2006.

Papers include:
  • Animal sacrifice and social meanings in Hmong American funerals by Vincent K. Her
  • Effects of globalization on Hmong children's health in a Thailand village by Kathleen A. Culhane-Pera
  • The Thai Hmong and Hmong refugees in Thailand: the politics of human rights by Lee Lor
  • Leadership development: a critical component to advancing Hmong society inn the United States
  • Hmong culture in Hmong soul by Yang Dao
  • Lug Hmoob Ntuj Nrau Tej Lug Ntawv Txais Lug Suav by Tswv Yob Xyooj
  • Chinese loan words used in Hmong diaspora by Xiong Yu You
  • Ethnic culture presentation coordinated by government and folks in China by Yang Zhengwen
  • The experience of Hmong Americans: three decades in retrospective review by Kou Yang
  • The Hmong mountains: space and culture in northern Thailand by Maren Tomforde
  • Transnational space and social memories: why the Hmong in the diaspora can't forget Laos? by Gary Yia Lee