Forum: The Vietnam War: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick
Gary Kulik is a historian with a PhD in American history and literature from Brown University. A veteran of the war in Vietnam, he is the author of War Stories: False Atrocity Tales, Swift Boaters, and Winter Soldiers—What Really Happened in Vietnam (Potomoc Books, 2009). He coauthored with Peter Zinoman “Misrepresenting Atrocities: ‘Kill Anything that Moves’ and the Continuing Distortions of the War in Vietnam,” Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review E-Journal 12 (September 2014): 162–98.
Alex-Thai Dinh Vo is a postdoctoral scholar with the Global Studies Institute at the University of Oregon, specializing in the history of the Vietnam War. His works examine the social, cultural, political, and economic transformations in Vietnam, including issues such as the land reform, the Nhân Văn–Giai Phẩm affair, exodus and regroupment, reeducation, diaspora, as well as aspects pertaining to war legacies and memories. He recently produced an oral history documentary series on the US intervention in the Vietnam War, featuring former RVN Ambassador Bùi Diễm.
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Gary Kulik, Alex-Thai Dinh Vo; Forum: The Vietnam War: A Film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Journal of Vietnamese Studies 1 August 2019; 14 (3): 115–136. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/vs.2019.14.3.115
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