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Resilient history and the rebuilding of a community : The vietnamese American community in New Orleans East. / Leong, Karen; Airriess, Christopher A.; Li, Wei; Chen, Angela; Keith, Verna M.In: Journal of American History, Vol. 94, No. 3, 12.2007, p. 770-779.
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TY - JOUR
T1 - Resilient history and the rebuilding of a community
T2 - The vietnamese American community in New Orleans East
AU - Leong, Karen
AU - Airriess, Christopher A.
AU - Li, Wei
AU - Chen, Angela
AU - Keith, Verna M.
N1 - Funding Information: Karen J. Leong is associate professor of Asian Pacific American studies and women and gender studies at Arizona State University, Tempe. Christopher A. Airriess is professor of geography at Ball State University. Wei Li is associate professor of Asian Pacific American studies and geography at Arizona State University, Tempe. Angela Chia-Chen Chen is assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Arizona State University, Phoenix. Verna M. Keith is professor in the Department of Sociology and the Center for Demography and Population Health, Florida State University. Some of the research for this essay was funded by two U.S. National Science Foundation grants (0555135 and 0555086) for a pilot project, Surviving Katrina and Its Aftermath: A Comparative Analysis of Community Mobilization and Access to Emergency Relief by Vietnamese Americans and African Americans in an Eastern New Orleans Suburb. We are indebted to all participants for their time and insights. We acknowledge Dan Killoren for his assistance in preparing this essay and Michael Joseph Hradesky for assistance with the New Orleans map. We thank the JAH editors for their constructive suggestions. Any errors that remain are entirely ours. Readers may contact Leong at firstname.lastname@example.org and Chen at email@example.com.
PY - 2007/12
Y1 - 2007/12
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U2 - 10.2307/25095138
DO - 10.2307/25095138
M3 - Review article
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VL - 94
SP - 770
EP - 779
JO - Journal of American History
JF - Journal of American History
SN - 0021-8723
IS - 3