Archives par mot-clé : Viêt-Nam

Nicolas Lainez : Par-delà la traite des femmes vietnamiennes en Asie du Sud-Est – Anthropologie économique des carrières intimes

[ndlr] Avis de la soutenance de thèse de Nicolas Lainez, anthropologue à l’EHESS.

 

Soutenance de thèse

Mardi 30 juin 2015

15h,  EHESS, 190 av. de France, 75013 Paris, salle du Conseil A

Soutenance de thèse d’anthropologie présentée publiquement par Nicolas LAINEZ

sous la direction de Michel Bozon

Par-delà la traite des femmes vietnamiennes en Asie du Sud-Est. 

Anthropologie économique des carrières intimes

À partir d’une enquête sur la traite prostitutionnelle conduite au Viêt Nam, au Cambodge et à Singapour, cette thèse propose une anthropologie économique des relations intimes que les femmes prostituées vietnamiennes nouent avec des opérateurs informels de crédit, avec des facilitateurs de la migration prostitutionnelle, avec des employeurs de l’industrie sexuelle, avec leur famille ainsi qu’avec les hommes qui rétribuent leurs services. Alors que l’économie de marché, à laquelle le Viêt Nam adhère depuis les réformes du Renouveau (Doi Moi) en 1986, pousse ces femmes à entreprendre, à investir, à s’endetter, à consommer et à migrer, de nombreuses embûches se dressent sur leur chemin : exclusion du marché de crédit, coût élevé de la migration transnationale régulée, obligations de solidarité familiale, inégalités de genre, risques de stigmatisation. Pour se frayer un chemin dans cet univers d’opportunités et de contraintes, elles utilisent l’intimité comme une ressource polyvalente et stratégique afin d’augmenter leurs marges de manœuvre et d’étoffer leurs répertoires d’action.

La réflexion proposée s’appuie sur un concept capable de rendre compte de la fluidité des parcours et de l’articulation entre économie et intimité : les carrières intimes. Cette perspective invite à examiner les parcours de dette à la lumière de l’évolution récente des marchés financiers et de la migration prostitutionnelle, mais aussi les trajectoires de care au regard du régime « familialiste » de bien-être promu par l’État, les carrières sexuelles au prisme des inégalités de genre et notamment de la division sexuelle du travail, ainsi que les carrières morales en référence à la politique de lutte contre les « fléaux sociaux ».

Nourrie d’un solide socle empirique privilégiant l’ethnographie économique de l’intimité et le suivi longitudinal ainsi que d’une longue expérience avec les ONG luttant contre la traite en Asie du Sud-Est, cette recherche dépasse rapidement son objet initial, la traite, pour mettre en relief des aspects inédits de la vie des femmes vietnamiennes et interroger la place de l’intimité dans l’économie de marché. Sur le plan théorique, ce travail construit son objet sur l’anthropologie de l’esclavage, la sociologie « déconstructiviste » de la traite, la sociologie économique de l’intimité et la sociologie des carrières.

Mot-clés : Traite, intimité, prostitution, dette, migration, care, morale, anthropologie, sociologie, Viêt Nam, Cambodge, Singapour

Jury :

  • Danièle BÉLANGER, Professeure à l’Université de Laval, rapporteure
  • Michel BOZON, Directeur de recherche à l’INED, directeur de thèse
  • Isabelle GUÉRIN, Directrice de recherche à l’IRD, rapporteure
  • Marie-Elisabeth HANDMAN, Maîtresse de conférence à l’EHESS, examinatrice
  • Pascale MOLINIER, Professeure à l’Université Paris-13, examinatrice

Image “à la une” : “Des panneaux de prévention de la traite installés par l’ONG Terre des Hommes sur la RN 91, la route qui mène à la frontière avec le Cambodge, à hauteur du district de Tnh Biên, province d’An Giang. Photo de Nicolas Lainez, 18/10/2009″.

Trần Văn Khê (1921-2015) l’hommage unanime à un grand maître

[ndlr] Hommage unamine de la presse vietnamienne après le décès à Ho Chi Minh-Ville du musicologue Trần Văn Khê à l’âge de 94 ans. Rappel biographique publié avec l’accord de sa famille.

Trần Văn Khê Obituary
(1921 – 2015)

Trần Văn Khê, the eminent ethnomusicologist who revived and preserved Vietnamese traditional music, died on 24 June 2015 in Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam). With a formidable body of work including research, teaching and performance, this tireless steward of the arts has left Viet Nam and the world a precious and enduring legacy.

A native son of Mỹ Tho, South Viet Nam, Trần Văn Khê first pursued medical studies in Ha Noi, then political science (international relations) in France before devoting himself to musicology, his life long passion. His Ph.D. dissertation, completed with honors at the Sorbonne in 1958 launched a uniquely distinguished career in Vietnamese traditional music. Conferred a professorship at his alma mater in 1967 the musicologist devoted his life to the studies of world music and the revival of his native Viet Nam’s oral music traditions.

At the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris, where he worked for almost 30 years Dr. Trần Văn Khê focused not only on Vietnamese traditional music but also on comparative studies of musical instruments, music theory and languages of Asian countries. His expertise was shared at nearly 200 international conferences across the world and in close to 200 writings published in many languages, notably in “Le Courrier de l’UNESCO”. With regard to Viet Nam, on the strength of more than 600 hours of recorded music and conversations with performance masters, Trần Văn Khê was the first to produce recordings of Vietnamese traditional (folk and ceremonial) music, an art which, until then, was considered almost lost. He also revived ancient music forms such as the folkloric theatre Chèo, the professional singing form Ca Trù, the alternative singing form Quan Họ, Southern Vietnamese “simple folks’ ” music, and Vietnamese Buddhist liturgical music. The professor also codified music for Vietnamese traditional string instruments, in particular the Đàn Tranh (Vietnamese zither).

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Le musicologue Tran Van Khe © DR

His stature in the world of ethnomusicology was demonstrated by his membership in the prestigious International Musicological Society, the French and the American Societies for Ethnomusicology, the Society for Asian Music, UNESCO’s International Music Council and the International Council for Traditional Music (he was Vice President, and later made an honorary member for life of these two councils).

In addition to research activities Professor Trần Văn Khê taught ethnomusicology for nearly three decades at the Center for Oriental Music Studies in Paris (which he established in 1959) as well as at the Paris-Sorbonne, where he supervised and mentored doctoral candidates. He was a visiting professor, inter alia, at the Liszt Academy of Music (Budapest), the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of Hawai (Manoa), the University of Western Australia (Perth), the University of the Philippines (Manila), and the National Institute of Music of Algeria. He frequently lectured on Asian music and its methodology at institutions of higher learning and research ranging from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moscow) to the Central Conservatory of Beijing and the National Center for the Performing Arts, Bombay (India).

To his fellow Vietnamese his most remarkable achievements remain the preservation and promotion of Vietnamese traditional music. During his many research trips to Viet Nam while residing in France and particularly after his return home in 2006, Trần Văn Khê was known for his drive in building public awareness of Viet Nam’s cultural heritage, particularly among Vietnamese youth. Greatly served by his unique talent in seamlessly combining scholarly erudition with lively performance skills, “Thầy Khê” (“Teacher Khê”) as the public affectionately calls him, was a true storyteller who mesmerized young and old, musician and non-musician, Vietnamese and non-Vietnamese alike. His outreach and impact were amplified through his frequent appearances on television and radio both internationally (NHK Japan, Tehran Radio and Television, BBC Radio, France Culture, Quebec Radio and Television) and at home.

Among the many honors Trần Văn Khê received were the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Records (1960 & 1970); Doctor Honoris Causa, Ottawa University (1975); UNESCO IMC Award (1981); Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, France (1991); Corresponding member of the European Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters (1993); the Medal of Labor – First Class, S.R. Viet Nam (1999); Chevalier de l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques, France (1999); and the Phan Chau Trinh Award, Viet Nam (2011).

Trần Văn Khê’s legacy will live through the work of many, in particular that of his eldest son, Dr. Trần Quang Hải, also an ethnomusicologist and the family’s fifth generation musician./.

The family of Trần Văn Khê.

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Giáo sư Trần Văn Khê qua đời, BBC (viet), 24/06/2015.

Giáo sư Trần Văn Khê qua đời, RFI, 24/06/2015 et Trần Văn Khê : Suốt đời quảng bá âm nhạc dân tộc, RFI, 24/06/2015. (par Thanh Phuong)

Giáo sư Trần Văn Khê qua đời, Tuoi Tre, 24/06/2015.

Giáo sư Trần Văn Khê qua đời, VN Express, 24/06/2015.

GS Trần Văn Khê qua đời, VietNamNet, 24/06/2015.

GS Trần Văn Khê qua đời tại TP.HCM, thọ 94 tuổi, RFA, 24/06/2015.

GS-TS Trần Văn Khê từ trần, Nguoi Lao Dong, 24/06/2015.

Veteran musicologist Tran Van Khe dies at 94, Vietnam News,  24/06/2015.

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Voir aussi le dossier consacré à Trần Văn Khê sur Dien Dan – Forum

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Hồi ký Trần Văn Khê 1: kỳ 1 Thơ ấu vào đời, Tuoi Tre, 24/06/2015.

Image “à la une” :  © Vietnam Net

 

Ressources en ligne : Thư viện báo chí của Thư viện Quốc gia Việt Nam [TVQGVN]

[ndlr] Liste et liens de 27 périodiques vietnamien en ligne sur le site de la Bibliothèque Nationale du Viêt-Nam. Une ressource à la fois très utile et très intéressante.

Source : page de la liste (Thư viện Quốc gia Việt Nam)

GS Vũ Quốc Thúc: “Phải chọn con đường vì dân tộc” [RFI]

[ndlr] Entretien sur RFI avec le professeur Vũ Quốc Thúc, né en 1920, témoin et acteur de l’histoire de son pays. Plaidoyer pour l’indépendance et la neutralité du Viêt-Nam.

0019502Tập hồi ký của Giáo sư Vũ Quốc Thúc có tựa đề “Thời đại của tôi” (gồm 2 cuốn “Nhìn lại 100 năm lịch sử” xuất bản năm 2009 và “Đời tôi trải qua các thời biến” xuất bản năm 2010) đã được sang tiếng Anh và vừa được xuất bản tại Hoa Kỳ.

Đây là một sự kiện đáng chú ý bởi vì Giáo sư Vũ Quốc Thúc không những có nhiều đóng góp trong lĩnh vực giáo dục ở Việt Nam trước năm 1975, mà còn từng giữ nhiều chức vụ quan trọng trong chính quyền Việt Nam Cộng Hòa từ thời tổng thống Ngô Đình Diệm : Bộ trưởng Quốc gia Giáo dục, Thống đốc Ngân hàng Quốc gia, Quốc vụ khanh đặc trách Tái thiết và Phát triển…

Đặc biệt, GS còn là đồng tác giả hai bản phúc trình Stanley-Vũ Quốc Thúc (1961) và Phúc trình Lilienthal-Vũ Quốc Thúc (1968) về tái thiết thời hậu chiến. Ấy là chưa kể rất nhiều sách và bài khảo luận về các vấn đề chính trị, kinh tế bằng tiếng Việt và tiếng Pháp.

Sinh năm 1920, tức là năm nay đã 94 tuổi, có thể nói GS Vũ Quốc Thúc là một trong số hiếm hoi các nhân chứng trực tiếp của thời cuộc Việt Nam suốt gần 100 năm qua, từ thời chế độ Pháp thuộc năm 1900 cho đến thời chế độ Cộng sản, cụ thể là đến năm 2000. Toàn bộ 100 năm lịch sử đó đã được Giáo sư tóm gọn trong cuốn đầu của tập hồi ký, qua cái nhìn của người trong cuộc.

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Khác với cuốn đầu, gần như thuần túy mang tính biên khảo, cuốn thứ hai mới thật sự là hồi ký Vũ Quốc Thúc, vì trong đó ông trình bày rất nhiều chi tiết về cá nhân, về gia đình, dòng tộc và sự nghiệp chính trị của ông. Nhưng Giáo sư Vũ Quốc Thúc cũng không quên đưa vào hồi ký những suy tư, nhưng trăn trở của ông về thời cuộc Việt Nam trước đây và hiện nay.

Ngày 08/12/2014 vừa qua, chúng tôi đã được Giáo sư Nguyễn Thái Sơn dẫn đến nhà riêng của Giáo sư Vũ Quốc Thúc ở Nanterre, nằm không xa khu La Défense, ngoại ô Paris, để phỏng vấn ông nhân dịp cuốn hồi ký được xuất bản bằng tiếng Anh tại Hoa Kỳ. Tuy năm nay đã 94 tuổi, nhưng bầu nhiệt huyết tuổi thanh xuân, lòng yêu nước thương nòi, nỗi lo cho tiền đồ dân tộc hầu như vẫn nguyên vẹn trong con người Giáo sư Vũ Quốc Thúc. Càng nói giọng của ông càng hùng hồn, lập luận càng khúc chiết, rành mạch, tưởng như Giáo sư vẫn còn đứng trên bục giảng đường đại học năm xưa.

Lire la suite : RFI, 12/12/2014.

Call For Papers – Vietnam Forum 2016 [ISEAS]

[ndlr] Appel à communications sur le thème “Viêt-Nam, 30 ans de Renouveau et au-delà”, organisé par l’ISEAS à Singapour les 24 et 25 mars 2016. Date limite de l’envoi du résumé de communication (250 mots) le 17 juillet 2016.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Vietnam Forum 2016

“Vietnam: Thirty years of Doi Moi and beyond”

24-25 March 2016

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS)

30 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore 119614

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The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) adopted the Doi Moi (Renovation) policy at its sixth National Congress in 1986, opening up a new chapter in the country’s modern history. Under Doi Moi, Vietnam has undergone significant socio-economic reforms that transformed the country from a backward centrally-planned, autarkic economy into a dynamic market-based and highly internationally integrated one, and one of the most successful stories in terms of poverty reduction in Asia’s contemporary history. The country’s political system has also adopted various reforms to facilitate economic development and good governance. At the same time, Vietnam’s foreign policy has also been renovated under Doi Moi as Hanoi abandoned the ideology-based foreign policy making to pursue the “diversification and multilateralisation” of its international relations. As such, Vietnam has transformed itself into a well respected international partner with increasing influence over regional affairs.

Next year will witness another milestone in the country’s development as the CPV will convene its 12th National Congress to review the past 30 years of Doi Moi and to introduce new policies to guide the country’s future development. In particular, there have been calls for a second Doi Moi (Doi Moi 2.0) to lift Vietnam out of prolonged economic difficulties since 2008 and to establish a new growth model for the country. Therefore, economic reforms, if any, introduced by the Party at the Congress will have important implications for Vietnam’s future economic performance. Moreover, official documents adopted by the Congress may also shed light on how the CPV will deal with mounting pressures for further political reforms as well as foreign policy challenges brought about by China’s increasing assertiveness in the South China Sea.

Theme and topics

Against this backdrop, ISEAS will organize the Vietnam Forum 2016 on “Vietnam: Thirty years of Doi Moi and beyond”. The Forum will provide a timely opportunity for Vietnam watchers to review and examine the various socio-economic, political and foreign policy transformations that Doi Moi has produced over the past 30 years as well as their national and regional implications. Held at a critical juncture of the country’s development, the Forum will also be an appropriate platform for scholars and policy makers to share their views on Vietnam’s contemporary challenges and its future trajectories.

The Forum is multidisciplinary, and we welcome papers on a broad range of topics as long as they address the general theme of the Forum. Papers with comparative approaches (especially between Vietnam and China) are also welcome. Possible topics include but are not limited to:

  • Vietnam’s current economic restructuring; SOE reforms; the role of private and foreign-invested sectors; the role of foreign aid and foreign actors in Vietnam’s economic development; Vietnam’s outward FDI; the role of overseas Vietnamese in Vietnam’s economic development; the development of Vietnam’s financial sector…
  • Vietnam’s political reforms under Doi Moi; the CPV’s legitimacy and political challenges; politics within the CPV; administrative and judicial reforms; corruption and the fight against corruption; constitutional reform…
  • Vietnam’s social and cultural changes under Doi Moi; immigration and demographic changes; urbanization process; inequality; middle class; Vietnam’s education reform…
  • Vietnam’s foreign policy evolution under Doi Moi; Vietnam’s contemporary foreign policy challenges; Vietnam’s relations with major countries and ASEAN; Vietnam and the South China Sea disputes; Vietnam’s international economic integration…

Forum’s format

The Forum will be divided into four consecutive panels, focusing on four research areas: economics; politics; social and cultural issues; and foreign policy. Each panel will address the overall theme of the Forum with a focus on their specific area.

Each panel will be composed of 4-5 participants, each participant has 20 minutes to present their paper and 10 minutes for Q&A. Depending on the quality of the papers submitted, however, the number of participants in each panel may be increased or decreased so that the best participants/papers will be selected.

It is expected that an edited book based on a number of selected papers will be published within 12-18 months after the Forum concludes.

Submission of abstracts and full papers

Interested scholars should submit author information, paper title and an abstract (maximum 250 words) via the Forum’s website before 17 July 2015. Selected authors will be notified via email on 24 July 2015.

The deadline for full papers to be submitted is 29 January 2016. Please note that authors who do not submit completed papers by due date may be asked to give up their place in the Forum.

The papers must be original research that have not been published or are not being considered for publication anywhere else.

The papers should be between 6000-8000 words, using endnotes and following the rules set out in Chapter 15 of the Chicago Manual Style, 12th edition, 1969.

Conference grants

ISEAS will cover economy class round-trip airfare and accommodation (2 to 3 nights) for selected participants, plus per diems during the Forum.

Key dates

  • Abstract submission: 17 July 2015
  • Selected participants announced: 24 July 2015
  • Full paper submission: 29 January 2016
  • Forum organized: 24-25 March 2016

Further information and contact details

Further information about the Forum is available at the Forum’s website: Vietnamforum.info. All queries should be directed to:

Dr. Le Hong Hiep

Visiting Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

30 Heng Mui Keng Terrace, Singapore 119614

Email: le_hong_hiep@iseas.edu.sg

Tel: +65 6870 4545

Source : ISEAS – Vietnam Forum Info

Image “à la une” : ISEAS Vietnam Forum Info website.

Les enjeux géopolitiques du Viêt Nam – Hérodote n° 157 / 2015

[ndlr] Parution d’un nouveau numéro de la revue Hérodote exclusivement consacré au Viêt-Nam. Présentation de l’éditeur et table des matières.

Le Viêt Nam a, en France, une image singulière : l’aura de son armée victorieuse des États-Unis et de la Chine et, d’autre part, sa forte croissance économique depuis la mise en place d’une politique économique libérale le Doi Moi, qui suscite respect et curiosité.

Pour analyser la place et le rôle de ce pays dans la situation géopolitique actuelle de l’Asie du Sud-Est, Benoît de Tréglodé, spécialiste du Viêt Nam, a contribué à réunir, pour ce numéro, des spécialistes abordant les thèmes qui sont moins connus mais pourtant très éclairants pour comprendre la singularité géopolitique du pays. Ainsi, y sont analysées les conséquences géopolitiques du conflit qui a opposé en 1977 le Cambodge et le Viêt Nam, fracturant le Bloc communiste dix ans avant la chute du mur de Berlin ; les relations complexes et ambiguës du Viêt Nam avec son voisin chinois ; les conséquences sociales et environnementales de la forte croissance économique depuis le Doi Moi, générant tensions sociales mais aussi des mutations rapides de l’organisation de l’espace. Enfin, la situation actuelle des religions montre non seulement le caractère multiple du fait religieux, avec ses diverses voies et religions, mais aussi une conscience citoyenne de ces forces religieuses.

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Éditorial, Béatrice Giblin

Viêt Nam, le Parti, l’armée et le peuple : maintenir l’emprise politique à l’heure de l’ouverture, Benoît de Tréglodé

La géopolitique vietnamienne vue de l’Eurasie : Quelles leçons de la troisième guerre d’Indochine pour aujourd’hui ? Christopher Goscha

La maritimisation de l’économie vietnamienne : un facteur exacerbant les conflits entre le Viêt Nam et la Chine en mer de Chine méridionale ? Nathalie Fau

Le Viêt Nam et l’Asean : Dépasser la stratégie de l’utilitaire, Sophie Boisseau du Rocher

Le Viêt Nam et le grand tournant post-1989 : témoignage, Entretien avec Claude Blanchemaison, Jean-Luc Racine

Le Viêt Nam sera-t-il le meilleur allié des États-Unis en Asie ? Pierre Grosser

Les relations ambivalentes entre l’État-Parti vietnamien et les Vietnamiens de l’étranger, Pierre Journoud

Géopolitique des religions au Viêt Nam. Les voies multipolaires d’une société civile confessionnelle, Jérémy Jammes et Paul Sorrentino

La cybersécurité au Viêt Nam : formulation et mise en œuvre d’une nouvelle stratégie, Céline Tran Dai

Géopolitique des ressources naturelles et énergétiques au Viêt Nam : un ancrage économiquement viable ? Éric Mottet et Frédéric Lasserre

Viêt Nam : les « nouveaux territoires » d’une modernisation inégalitaire, Christophe Gironde et Olivier Tessier

Gestion foncière métropolitaine et confrontations entre société villageoise et État/province (delta du fleuve Rouge), Sylvie Fanchette

Parution le 18/06/2015.

Image “à la une” : South China Sea – reference map – CIA

Collections sur l’Indochine : les microformes de l’IAO

Depuis 2006, l’Institut d’Asie Orientale (umr 5062) a acquis (achat et dons) des microformes pour enrichir ses collections sur le Viêt-Nam, le Laos et le Cambodge contemporains. Les microfiches sont composées principalement des annuaires statistiques des trois pays de la péninsule indochinoise et d’un inventaire de la presse (dépôt légal de l’Indochine). Les microfilms sont pour la plupart d’entre-eux composés de titres de presse en langue vietnamienne édités entre 1918 et 1945.

MàJ : 08/07/2015.

Microfiches

  • Catalogue des périodiques vietnamiens de la Bibliothèque Nationale, par Jean-Claude Poitelon et Nguyen Tat Dac, Paris, BNF, 1993, 15 microfiches. Don de Pierre Brocheux.
  • Laos. Direction de la statistique : annuaire statistique 1949/50-1973, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 24 microfiches. Missing : 1972. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/920.
  • Vietnam. Banque Nationale du Viet-Nam : annual reports 1955-1973. Saigon, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 35 microfiches. Missing: 1956-1963. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/921.
  • Vietnam. Direction générale des Douanes : statistiques du commerce extérieur 1955-1972. Saigon, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 65 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/922.
  • Vietnam. Directorate of Agricultural Economics : agricultural statistics year book 1960-1972. Saigon, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 27 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/923.
  • Vietnam. Institut National de la statistique : Vietnam statistical yearbook 1949/50-1997, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 108 microfiches. Notes : 1973-1986 not published. Missing : 1987-1992; 1995. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/924.
  • Vietnam. U.S. Agency for International Development. Mission to Vietnam : annual statistical bulletin 1950/57-1973 (1-16), Leiden, IDC Publishers, 28 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/925.
  • Vietnam. Completed census results, 1989. Hanoi, 1991-.6 vols, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 74 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/926.
  • Cambodia. Ministère du plan. Premier plan quinquennal 1960-1964 (Phnom-Penh, 1960), Leiden, IDC Publishers, 1 microfiche. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/927.
  • Cambodia. United Nations Development Programme : first draft of a post-war reconstruction programme in the Khmer Republic. Phnom-Penh, 1973, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 2 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/928.
  • French Indo-China. Commissariat général du plan de modernisation et d’Equipement de la République française : commission de Modernisation des Térritoires d’Outre-mer. Premier rapport de la Sous-Commission de Modernisation de l’Indochine. Paris, 1948, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 6 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/929.
  • Laos. Commissariat au plan. Plan de développement économique et social: premier rapport annuel : état des réalisations effectuées au cours de la première année 1959/60, et programme pour la deuxième année 1960/1961. Vientiane, 1960, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 3 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/930.
  • Laos. Ministère du plan. Plan de développement économique et social 1959-1964. Vientiane, 1959, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 5 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/931.
  • Laos. Commissariat au plan : plan-cadre de développement économique et social 1969-1974. Luang Prabang, 1969, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 5 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/932.
  • Laos. U.N.D.P. Office of the Resident Representative : development co-operation: Laos People’s Democratic Republic: 1991 report. Vientiane, 1992, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 4 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/933.
  • Vietnam. Direction générale du plan : projet du plan quinquennal 1957-1961. Saigon, 1957, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 15 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/934. [Manquant]
  • Vietnam. Direction générale du plan : deuxième plan quinquennal 1962-1966. Saigon, 1962, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 5 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/935.
  • Vietnam. Directorate General of Planning. : four year national economic development plan 1972-1975. Saigon, 1972, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 5 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/936.
  • Vietnam. Ministry of Public Works : postwar plan for rehabilitation and development 1973-1976: a revised four year 1972-1975 plan of infrastructure development. Saigon, 1973, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 8 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/937.
  • Vietnam. Assessment: Creating a sound investment climate, Canberra, Suiwah Leung (ed.), 1996, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 2 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/938.
  • Vietnam. World Bank, Vietnam: Deepening reform for growth: an economic report, Washington, D.C.,1997, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 3 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/939.
  • Vietnam. Ministry of Education and Training : education in Vietnam 1945-1991. Hanoi, 1991, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 3 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/940.
  • UNESCO/PROAP. National studies: Vietnam. Bangkok, 1991. Leiden, IDC Publishers, 1 microfiche. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/941.
  • Ilo. Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. : employment, enterprise development and training in Viet Nam. Bangkok, 1993, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 2 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/942.
  • Vietnam. World Bank : Vietnam: Education financing. Washington, D.C. 1997, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 3 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/943.
  • Lao People’s democratic republic. World Bank : Lao PDR sector memorandum: priorities for rural infrastructure development (Washington, D.C.), 1997, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 2 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/944.
  • Laos. Muong Paksane regional development study. Vientiane, 1982 : V.2-3. V.2. village survey findings – V.3. findings from a pilot survey on shipting cultivation, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 3 microfiches. Cote IAO : 601AV.03/945.
  • Vietnamese Law Collection. Havard Law School. VII: Related Books, 1971, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 1 microfiche. Cote IAO : à venir.
  • Vietnamese Law Collection. Havard Law School. III: Compendiums of Laws and Regulations. v. 1957, Leiden, IDC Publishers, 4 microfiches. Cote IAO : à venir.

Microfilms

  • JOE 10.00. Bulletin officiel du Commissariat de la République française au Tonkin. Mars 1948-1950. 1 bobine.
  • JOE 11.00. Bulletin officiel du Commissariat de la République française en Annam. 1947-1951. 1 bobine.
  • JR 464.00. La Cloche fêlée. Déc. 1923-mai 1926. 1 bobine.
  • JR 464.50. Cờ Giải phóng. 12 sept.-18 nov. 1945. 1 bobine.
  • JOE 16.00. Công Báo Vit-Nam. Juin 1948-1950. 1 bobine.
  • JR 611.00. Cứu Quốc. Sept.-déc. 1945. 1 bobine.
  • JR 668.50. Độc Lập. 4 sept.-30 déc. 1945. 1 bobine .
  • JR 1377.00. La Lutte. 1933-1938. 1 bobine. Don de Dominique Foulon.
  • MICR D-239. Le Militant. Organe théorique. 1er-22 sept. 1936 -15 juin 1937. 1 bobine. Don de Dominique Foulon.
  • JR 1581.00. Ngày Nay. 7 fév. 1937. Juil. 1938. Nov. 1938-7 sept. 1940. 5 mai-18 août 1945. 3 bobines.
  • JR 1632.00. Nữ Giới Chung. 1er fév.-19 juil. 1918. 1 bobine.
  • JR 1793.00. Phong Hóa. Juin 1932-5 juin 1936. 4 bobines.
  • JR 1796.00. Phụ nữ Tân văn. 2 mai 1929-1934. Avr. 1935. 6 bobines.
  • JR 2312.00. Thanh Niên. 1er oct. 1939-1/15 mai 1943. 1945. 1 bobine.
  • JR 2311.00. Thanh-Ngh[báo]. 27 oct. 1939-11 août 1945. 3 bobines.
  • JR 2320.00. Tiếng Dân. Août 1927-24 avr. 1943. 14 bobines.
  • JR 2345.00. Tri Tân. 3 juin 1941-22 nov. 1945. 5 bobines.
  • JR 2375.00. Trung Bắc tân văn Chủ nhật. 14 avr. 1940-16 sept. 1945. 8 bobines.
  • NP. 1140. Vietnam. Hanoi, Thoi Moi. January 1, 1958 thru June 30, 1958. Fonds Boudarel.

Image “à la une” : La Cloche Fêlée, n° 43 (Lundi 23 février 1926). Source : SachXua.net