Acknowledgments Illustrations Foreword John Bodnar Introduction: Situating Memory Hue-Tam Ho Tai Part One: Constructing Memory 1. Reading Revolutionary Prison Memoirs Peter Zinoman 2. "The Motherland Remembers Your Sacrifice": Commemorating War Dead in Northern Vietnam Shaun Kingsley Malarney 3. Museum-Shrine: Revolution and Its Tutelary Spirit in the Village of My Hoa Hung Christoph Giebel Part Two: Repackaging the Past 4. Framing the National Spirit: Viewing and Reviewing Painting under the Revolution Nora A. Taylor 5. The Past Without the Pain: The Manufacture of Nostalgia in Vietnam's Tourism Industry Laurel B. Kennedy & Mary Rose Williams Part Three: Gendered Memory 6. Faces of Remembrance and Forgetting Hue-Tam Ho Tai 7. Contests of Memory: Remembering and Forgetting War in the Contemporary Vietnamese Cinema Mark Philip Bradley Afterword: Commemoration and Community Hue-Tam Ho Tai Glossary Bibliography List of Contributors Index
Hue-Tam Ho Tai is the Kenneth T. Young Professor of Sino-Vietnamese History at Harvard University. She is the author of Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam (1983) and Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution (1992). John Bodnar is Chancellors' Professor of History at Indiana University and author of Remaking America: Public Memory, Commemoration, and Patriotism in the Twentieth Century.