Dr. Andrew Hardy


After his BA in history at Peterhouse College, University of Cambridge (1987), Andrew Hardy’s interest in Vietnam’s history led him to pursue his studies at the Université de Paris 7, where he wrote MA (1991) and DEA (1993) dissertations under the supervision of Daniel Hémery. To deepen his knowledge of the history of migration in twentieth-century Vietnam, he enrolled on a PhD programme under the supervision of David Marr at the Australian National University, where his doctoral work focused on the relationship between migrants and the state in Vietnamese lowland-upland migration. His PhD thesis (1999) was published under the title Red Hills in 2003. Continue reading