Anne Raffin

A/P Anne Raffin is a French national, received her PhD (2000) in Sociology and Historical Studies under the supervision of Charles Tilly at the New School for Social Research, USA. Dr. Raffin's research centers on a range of topics. Her research interests are in modern colonialism and its legacies, state society relations and globalization. The most recent project is on identity, rights and how to foster peaceful relations within a diverse population from an historical perspective. A book manuscript related to the above theme is in progress. In the past she has written on colonial and contemporary Vietnam.


Office: AS1 03-20
Tel: 6516-6064
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Recent Publications

"Youth Mobilization and Ideology: Cambodia from the Late Colonial Era to the Pol Pot Regime," Critical Asian Studies, vol. 44, issue 3, 2012, pp. 391-418.

Raffin, Anne 2011 "Asssessing State and Societal Functions of the Military and the War Experience in Doi Moi Vietnam," Armed Forces & Society 37(1) 68-94 pp. 68-94

Raffin, Anne 2011 “Imperial Nationhood and Its Impact on Colonial Cities: Issue of Conflict and Peace in Pondicherry and Vietnam,” in Diane E. Davis and Nora Libertun de Durén, eds., Cities and Sovereignty: Identity Politics in Urban Spaces, Bloomington: Indiana University Press pp. 28-58.

Raffin, Anne 2008 “Postcolonial Vietnam: hybrid modernity” Post-colonial Studies Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 329-344

Raffin, Anne 2002 “The Integration of Difference in French Indochina During World War II: Organizations and Ideology Concerning Youth,” Theory and Society, vol. 31, issue 3 pp. 365-390.