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October 9, 2017

In the middle of September, ESR Nastassia Sersté and Professor Sabine Lee attended 2 workshops at Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada. The first workshop was about the data analysis on Vietnamese GI Children, which took place on September 11th and 12th, 2017. This project was already explained in previous articles wrote by Nastassia Sersté [link on researcher page to Canada 2016, US 2017 and VN...

August 14, 2017

One month ago, Sabine Lee and ESR Nastassia Sersté travelled to Chicago to join local research assistant Elaine Thai to interview Amerasians living in the US as part of the Wellcome-Trust-funded project on "Life courses of Vietnamese GI children".

The occasion was the annual Reunion of Amerasians Without Borders (AWB), a group representing the interests of Amerasians in the US and Vietnam, organize...

June 27, 2017

During April and May 2017, ESR Nastassia Sersté was in Vietnam for her Secondment. As already described in a previous article, she launched and managed the project coordinated by Prof. Sabine Lee and Dr. Susan Bartels about Amerasians who had remained in Vietnam after the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. Take the time to read below the fascinating experience of Nastassia Sersté in Vietnam.


March 21, 2017

As it was already reported in a previous article, ESR Nastassia Sersté is involved in the project « Life courses of Vietnamese GI children » coordinated by Prof. Sabine Lee, Dr. Susan Bartels and Dr. Robert McKelvey, supported by Wellcome Trust and using the Cognitive Edge’s SenseMaker® software.

After the first workshop in Canada (October 2016) and intensive interim work on the project over s...

February 2, 2017

The project

A workshop on « Life courses of Vietnamese GI children » supported by Wellcome Trust funding was organized by Professor Sabine Lee, Dr. Susan Bartels, ESRs Nastassia Sersté and Sophie Roupetz at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada. This workshop was part of a project bearing the same name. The project was initialized by Sabine Lee (University of Birmingham) in collaboration with Dr. Su...

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